FPS Human Resources
In support of Fremont Public School’s values and mission, the FPS Human Resources department is dedicated to providing friendly, high-quality services to every current and potential employee of our district. We focus on you so you can focus on our students.
We are extremely proud that FPS was recently honored by GoodCall.com as the top city in Nebraska and the 6th best city in the United States for K-12 teachers to live and work!
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Our talented FPS staff of over 700 employees (both certified and support staff) serves the needs of approximately 4,600 students. We are always seeking new employees for positions that become available throughout the year. Our positions are regularly posted on our website. Certified openings are posted in the Omaha World Herald, Teach in Nebraska, and all of Nebraska’s Teacher Colleges. Our support staff openings (professional certificate not required) are posted internally, on our website, and occasionally in the Fremont Tribune.
We accept applications for positions we currently have open and keep your application on file for one year. If you wish to be considered for a different position within the one year, go to the Current Openings website to update your application for the current opening.
Candidates for all positions will need to complete the FPS online application process. If you have questions about applying, call our office at 402-727-3016 and we’ll be happy to assist.
Important Notice for All Applicants
Fremont Public Schools, upon employment, utilizes E-Verify to validate the ability of new employees to work legally in the United States. FPS will provide information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to the Social Security Administration and/or the Department of Homeland Security to confirm work authorization.
Fremont Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Fremont Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, genetic information, citizenship status, or economic status in its programs, activities, and employment. Learn More