The Office of Human Resources and Talent Development is proud to support the mission of Stafford County Public Schools to inspire and empower all learners to thrive. We do this by prioritizing four values:
- We put students first – even though we work primarily with adults, the best interests of students should be the first consideration in our policies, strategies, practices, and decisions.
- We commit to excellence – we collectively own responsibility to meet our office goals, provide outstanding customer service, proactively communicate, and constantly improve our work.
- We want SCPS to be the employer of choice in this area – we are committed to making SCPS too good to leave, pursuing human-centered policies and practices for recruitment and retention and modeling a welcoming, supportive environment.
- We will act with respect and integrity in everything we do – we will reflect the culture we want SCPS to be known for, embedding equity and transparency in our decisions.
Please note: The Office of Human Resources & Talent Development currently conducts onboarding appointments (including background checks) only for employees or interns who have received instructions to make an appointment. If you believe you need an appointment and have not received an invitation to schedule, please contact us at email@example.com or 540-658-6560.
Phone Number: (540)-658-6560
Fax Number: (540)-658-5970
Contacts by Subject Area
Staffing for Elementary Schools
Staffing for Secondary Schools
Staffing for Central Departments
Staffing for Specialized Instructional Support Positions
Staffing for Paraprofessionals
Wellness Programs and Ambassadors
Grievances and Complaints
"SCPS is a welcoming division, where all persons regardless of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, political affiliation, or disability are provided the tools to thrive."
Read the complete non-discrimination policy. Reasonable accommodations will be provided upon request as required by law to enable individuals with disabilities to perform job duties.Employees who believe they have witnessed discrimination or harassment that limited access to an educational program for a student should contact:Dr. James StempleExecutive Director of Constituent ServicesPhone: (540) 658-6000