SECEP South Eastern Cooperative Educational Programs

Employment Opportunities

Immediate openings are available in the following areas:

Substitutes Click here to apply
Teacher Development Candidates Click here to apply
Elementary Teacher Click here to apply
English Teacher Click here to apply
Middle School Mathematics Click here to apply
Middle School Science Click here to apply
High School Mathematics Click here to apply
High School Science Click here to apply

Special Education Teacher

(experience in ABA)

Click here to apply
Special Education Teacher
(experience with transition, ID, and challenging behaviors)
Click here to apply
Board Certified  Behavior Analyst Click here to apply

SECEP continuously accepts and reviews applications for every educational discipline 

How to Apply:

  • Interviews are conducted year round
  • If you do not have an email account, click here


Employee Benefits:

  • Sick Leave
  • Personal Leave
  • Virginia Retirement System
  • Life Insurance
  • Health Care Benefits
  • Payroll Options
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Tuition Assistance


SOUTHEASTERN COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (SECEP), a regional public school program located in the Tidewater Area of Virginia, is an organization that provides services for students with special needs.  SECEP currently operates five programs: The Re-ED Program for children that exhibit severe emotional/behavioral difficulties, the Autism Spectrum Program (ASP) for children who exhibit characteristics of autism, or developmental disabilities with communication and social skills deficits, the EBICS program for children who exhibit disruptive behavior, in addition to the diagnosis of moderate to severe mental retardation, the TRAEP Program which provides academic instruction to children who have been expelled from school, who have had multiple, long-term suspensions, or who are in need of transitional placement when returning from a state learning center, and the REACH Program which provides a high quality educational program that maximizes potential for students with complex medical needs who live in residential settings.



Chesapeake, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Norfolk, Portsmouth,

 Southampton, Suffolk and Va. Beach


SECEP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, political affiliation, disability, or sex in its educational programs or employment.

Click here for information about the Teacher Development Program


How to complete a SECEP Job Application

This page serves as the starting point to access a list of job vacancies along with completing and submitting your SECEP employment application.

Before starting the application process you must have an email address.  If you do not have an email account, here is a helpful list of free email services.

Click here to start the Job Application process

Available Job Opportunities and types of employment applications with SECEP are classified as follows:

  • Certified - Includes certified administrators such as assistant director, principal, and central office administrator as well as positions requiring a teaching license including teacher, speech pathologist, educational specialist, and occupational therapist.
  • Classified - Includes all non-teaching positions including teacher assistant, clerical support, school community trainer, network technician, custodian, and substitute.






Are you approaching college graduation or have you graduated without an employment direction? Do you like working with children? Would you like to be a teacher? Have you ever considered how rewarding it could be to teach Special Education students? SECEP is a large employer of Special Education professionals.

SECEP has an outstanding Teacher Development Program that continually prepares individuals for Special Education teacher positions. Get training, experience, and education guidance. To learn more about SECEP’s Teacher Development Program, register for our workshop by calling (757) 892-6100 and speak to Judy Kessler, Human Resource Secretary. Next session is Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. Attendance is by invitation only.