Before you apply



Applications for employment must be completed online:

A public computer is available in the Human Resources Department.  
If you need assistance, please call us at 386.329.0547


  • To be considered for a position, applicants must be 18 years of age and complete the online application process.
  • You must have a GED or high school diploma. 
  • It is the your responsibility to keep your application information up to date. 
  • It isn't necessary to create a new application each time you apply for a position. To apply for another position, sign in to your existing account and use or update the information that has already been created. 
  • The Criminal Record Section MUST be completed in full. All arrests, dispositions, and any charges still pending must be disclosed. 

If you accept an offer of employment, fingerprinting will be required. 
A background search will be made by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  

To schedule an appointment visit  

  1. Click on the Schedule an Appointment button

  2. Enter an e-mail address under New Users | Sign Up and click the Sign up button.  Follow the instructions for creating a password and security question and then click Sign Up and Continue.

  3. In the box under Fieldprint Code, enter the code given to you by Human Resources and clickContinue.

  4. Enter the contact and demographic information as required by the FBI and click Save and Continue.

  5. Schedule an appointment at the location of your choosing. You will be required to submit payment.

  6. Print the confirmation page and take it with you to your appointment, along with two valid forms of identification.

  7. If you have any questions or problems, you may contact the Fieldprint customer service team at 877.614.4364 or email [email protected]


Human Resources is available Monday through Friday, 7:45 am to 4:30 pm
Phone (386) 329-0547
Fax (386) 329-0655

[email protected]


The Putnam County School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
In the event you believe you have been discriminated against,
School Board Policy 2.16 outlines a procedure for processing complaints.
Copies of the policy are available in each school and each district office.