Job Fair   

The 2019 spring job fairs have concluded. If you missed the job fairs, check here for job listings.

What to Expect

When you visit our job fair, come prepared with your resume and a smile. This will be an opportunity to tell administrators about your credentials and let them know why you want to teach in our schools. Flyers and other publications that contain detailed information about the district will also be available for pickup.

What Happens After the Job Fair 

After the job fair, principals will review the resumes of prospective new teachers. They will check their notes from the job fair and discuss each prospective teacher’s strengths.

Check for Openings

Check the EPS website each day for new job openings. As soon as you see a position for which you qualify, submit your application. It will then become available not only to the principal at that school but to principals at other schools.


If you have additional questions about the job fair or recruitment reception, contact the Human Resources Department at  (405) 340-2913.

Graduating Teachers Recruitment Reception

Each year, the district holds a Graduating Teachers Recruitment Reception. The informal reception provides an opportunity for seniors to learn more about the district’s teacher orientation, peer mentoring, competitive starting salary and parental and community support. The event also gives prospective teachers the opportunity to network with administrators during a round-table discussion.

2019 Event Set for Nov. 14

College seniors pursuing a degree in education or special education and will be graduating in the fall of 2019 or spring of 2020 are encouraged to attend Edmond Public Schools Graduating Teachers’ Recruitment Reception. The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.Thursday, Nov. 14 at the district’s Administrative Center, 1001 W. Danforth.  

Prospective educators will be given the opportunity to network with district administrators during round-table discussions and receive information about the district’s teacher orientation, peer mentoring and starting salary. 

 After being the first public school district in Oklahoma to pay first-year certified teachers a starting salary of $40,000 per year, Edmond Public Schools raised teacher pay again in 2019-2020. First-year certified teachers make a starting salary of $41,745. Health, life and disability insurance, and district-paid retirement contributions push a first-year teacher’s total compensation and benefits to $52,374. The district also offers peer mentoring, classroom management training and summer professional development opportunities to help teachers be successful.  Food, beverages and door prizes will be provided at the free event.


Participants are encouraged to register by accessing the registration link:

For more information, contact Claire Leasau at (405) 340-2913 or