Teaching Positions - Links and Information for Job Seekers
Updated December 8,
There are thousands of teaching positions available throughout the United States and the rest of the world for new, as well as experienced teachers. If you are willing to relocate, the options available to you increase dramatically. The purpose of this page is to provide links to sites that have multiple job listings and that are not confined to specific locations and disciplines. The sites initially chosen meet these conditions. They can save you time in your search for the perfect position.
In difficult economic times, make your search and effort count.
Teacher Certification Degrees.
This a a very comprehensive site that includes a wealth of information about
teaching position requirements, hiring outlooks and offers valuable
information to help prospective and new teachers begin their careers with
Teachers Support Network. This is a high quality teacher resource for finding positions and for information about teaching and learning. Very comprehensive.
Jammin Jobs. A very comprehensive position index for job seekers in all fields.
Education America Network. This is a really good resource. It is up to date and comprehensive. It is beautifully organized.
Education Canada Network. Virtually the same as the Education America Network, except the jobs are in Canada.
EducationJobs.com. advertises itself as "The internet's premier education jobs listing site"
Wanttoteach.com advertises that it is a "clearinghouse for school positions nationwide.
CareerTips.com. A listing of teaching and other jobs throughout the world. It also has lots of advice about resumes, interviews, etc.
LI Teach. A resume database for Long Island Teachers.
Southern Teachers Agency. A good database for jobs in the southern United States.
Teachers@Work is a site that contains hundreds of teaching position openings. It's worth a look.
Teachers Net Careers offers a comprehensive listing of teaching positions. It is well organized and quite comprehensive.
Nation Job Network is a large site with excellent listings and links.
Job Talk Support Network is really impressive. As part of Teachers Net, here you will find hundreds of messages from teachers and education majors describing their job hunting experiences. If nothing else, it's a source of comfort!
+Jobs Canada is a comprehensive site that features position openings in Canada.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook for teachers has some of the best information available anywhere.
Some other good resources:
Academic Employment Network
Education Week - Marketplace Jobs Online
Jobs for Educators
National Teacher Recruitment Clearinghouse
Online Teacher Application Service
Teacher Net Job Board
Some other things of importance for job seekers
Check out the
to Say and Do at Your first Teaching Job Interview"
page on ADPRIMA
Salaryschedule.com. Before you make a decision about being a teacher, you might want to take a look at what teachers make. A great site for getting and organizing this information.
What principals look for when hiring a new teacher.
Read this carefully!
Teaching as a Profession.
Here is a page from Education Week that has a wealth of information for new, aspiring, and veteran teachers. Many links and much information make this a site to see!
What to Say and Do at That First Job Interview. Arm yourself with this information to up your odds!
If you know of other listing services, or information similar to the above please let me know, and if appropriate, I'll add it. Good luck in your search for the ideal position!