Job Opportunities

Each semester, Teacher Prep offers job placement workshops which guides participants on resume best practices, interviewing techniques, and job search procedures. Workshops are announced on our website as well as in The Daily Princetonian. We also welcome education job listings and invite representatives from independent and public schools to interview on campus (please email Anne Catena, Director of Professional Development Initiatives).

If you are a Teacher Prep alum and need to forward teaching records to a prospective employer, please visit our Records Request page for more information.

Employment Opportunities

1st Grade teacher and a Spanish teacher

St. Paul Catholic School of Princeton
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St. Paul Catholic School of Princeton seeks applicants for the position of 1st Grade Teacher and a teacher of Spanish. St. Paul School is a vibrant Preschool through 8th grade elementary school serving 375 students. Applicants need to have strong language skills and the ability to work with varied levels of students. Both full-time and part-time applicants will be considered. Positions requires the ability to instruct a high school level Spanish I program for middle school students. 1st Grade Candidates must demonstrate familiarity with and the ability to effectively implement the Common Core as well as passion for teaching and the ability to collaborate in a community of educators. Candidates must demonstrate strength and expertise in Early Childhood education.

ED TECHNOLOGY MANAGER POSITION

The French American School of Princeton
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The French American School of Princeton is a private, PK-8 bilingual school located in Princeton, NJ. The school is looking to fill a part-time, Education Technology Manager position. Tech Manager responsibilities include: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND DATA MANAGEMENT - Help with and provide support on the implementation of technology and the data management needs of the school: Coordinate the implementation/maintenance of the student information system and other school databases & Coordinate the accurate submission and extraction of data for school, state, and federal reporting. HARDWARE & SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE: Perform all functions and procedures necessary to install and maintain all school technology systems (hardware, software and related peripherals) & Assist with other technology support-related tasks as needed SCHOOL WEBSITE: Responsible for the School website development and maintenance: Collaborate on the ongoing development and implementation of the school’s website, including consistent branding and messaging, ease of use, and depth of information & Manage the design, creation and maintenance of the School Website (currently built on Wordpress). The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required or preferred. ▪ Excellent working knowledge of Windows XP, Win7 and Mac OS ▪ Knowledge of modern web technologies and languages ▪ Knowledge of hardware/device market both for desktop and mobile ▪ Knowledge of and interest in education technology ▪ Excellent communication skills in writing and oral formats ▪ Ability to work in a multicultural environment ▪ Pedagogical experience is preferred This is a paid, part-time role that can grow into a full-time position. If interested, please directly email Aksel Gungor at aksel@classtech.io with resume/CV attached.

Summer Intern

Sustainable Funding Project
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Bank Street College of Education is seeking a summer intern to play a key role in a research project as part of the Sustainable Funding Project’s (SFP) New York State partnership. The major work for the intern will conduct qualitative research, largely through phone interviews and document analysis, on teacher preparation programs that have used year-long co-teaching, or “residencies,” to prepare candidates. The selected candidate will work with the project team, primary supporting the qualitative data gathering and analysis. Pending funding, the internship could develop into an opportunity for a regular position on the team at a later date. The SFP is an exciting new initiative to make quality teacher preparation financially sustainable by securing dedicated public funding and supporting pilot initiatives to demonstrate the potential to scale clinically-rich teacher preparation. The project is ambitious, with a goal of facilitating a national shift towards quality teacher preparation, including funding for year-long teacher residencies, within 3-5 years. New York State is one of our earliest state partnerships, and this foundational research will inform policy discussions about residencies. Applicants should exhibit a combination of personal attributes, including flexibility, persistence, entrepreneurialism, and a focus on possibilities. Understanding issues in teacher preparation, research methodology, and/or public policy will also be helpful to the success of the project. Cover letters should address these domains and describe any experience with qualitative research. Start Date: Immediate opening. This position is funded for three months of full-time work. At the conclusion of the internship, the successful intern would be invited to apply for any full-time positions on the team, pending additional funding for the project.

Various Teaching Positions

STEM-to-Civics Charter School, Incarnation-St. James Campus
Ewing, NJ
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The mission of STEMCivics is to use STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) to inspire academic excellence, to promote civic engagement, and to ensure students are ready for college and career. STEMCivics envisions accomplishing its mission by offering a rigorous academic program in a culture that focuses on care, collaboration, and community. Students will be engaged in project- and career-based learning activities that emphasize academics and enhance communities. These experiences will be augmented by resources from friends and partners, including but not limited to those in governmental, higher education, and cultural institutions. We have vacancies in our school next year (2017-2018), as we are adding a grade. The opportunities are in • math • English • social studies • physics • engineering. Please contact Dr. Leigh Byron, Founder, STEM-to-Civics Charter School, Incarnation-St. James Campus, 1555 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ 08618, tel: 609-619-2000, e-mail - lbyron@stemcivics.org for more information.

Various Teaching Positions - Newport News, VA

Newport News Public Schools
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Newport News Public Schools is accepting teacher applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Openings are available in elementary, middle, and high school levels. Educators who teach Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects Teachers_SCare eligible for a financial bonus. The school system also assists first-year teachers in STEM areas with applying for the Virginia Department of Education STEM Teacher Recruitment and Retention Grant. The initial award is $5,000, with continuing awards of $1,000 for the second and third year. Newport News Public Schools supports the professional development of new teachers. Newly hired teachers participate in Start Smart, an extensive orientation involving collaboration with Human Resources and Curriculum & Instruction. New educators can also take advantage of New Teacher Academies taught by Newport News teachers and administrators. These sessions offer professional development specifically designed for the new teacher. For more information and to apply, visit nnpsjobs.com.

Career and Technology (CATE), English & Principles of Engineering Teachers

North Dallas High School
Dallas ISD
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North Dallas High School is looking at staff needs for next year (2017-2018) and there are a few positions for which we are accepting resumes: Career and Technology (CATE), English & Principles of Engineering teachers. Experienced teachers or recent grads welcome as long as they can apply for a Texas teaching certificate. Please email Lguarriello@dallasisd.org with any questions or to submit letters of interest and resumes.

Physics Teacher (Grades 9-12)

Ridgefield Memorial High School
Ridgefield Public Schools
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Ridgefield Public Schools seeks a dynamic, collaborative professional for the position of Physics Teacher (High School Level - Grades 9-12). The ideal candidate will possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. Must possess a NJ Teacher of Physics Certification (CE, CEAS, Standard). Apply online through our AppliTrack System.

Senior Manager for Curriculum and Teaching

American Museum of Natural History
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The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City is searching for a Senior Manager for Curriculum and Teaching within the Youth Initiatives (YI) department. With a focus on youth from underserved communities, YI offers a variety of educational opportunities with multiple entry points for engagement, and immersion in science programming. While teaching content, skills and an appreciation for the natural world are central to the goals of the programming, YI also seeks to instill habits of lifelong learning such that youth who participate in the programs see themselves as ones who can learn, want to learn and know how to carve their pathways to meet their lifelong learning goals. The ideal candidate is expert in science curriculum design with explicit attention to learner-­center pedagogies, has extensive experience working with either high school or middle school youth, and is experienced in managing and supervising educators. This person is organized, with high attention to detail and has experience working with cloud-­based file-­management systems such as Google Drive. Required Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Education or related field; Undergraduate or graduate degree in a STEM field; 5+ years teaching science; Multiple years of experience in a supervisory role managing full-­‐time educators. AMNH is expecting to have position filled by mid-­August and is interested in meeting applicants immediately. Inquires and resume with cover letter can be directed to Dr. Preeti Gupta, Director of Youth Learning and Research at pgupta@amnh.org.

Various Teaching Positions

Newark Public School District
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NPS currently has openings for 7 elementary teachers, 22 special education teachers, 6 bilingual teachers, 7 science teachers, 6 ESL teachers, 2 physical educations teachers, 3 English teachers, and we are also accepting principal and vice principal application for the 2017-2018 school year. If you are interested in any of the positions, please submit your resumes and applications at www.teachnewark.com.

Various teaching, coaching and administrative positions

SOUTHERN TEACHERS AGENCY
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We currently have over 800 openings. These positions are at private/independent, college-preparatory, PreK-12 schools from Pennsylvania to Florida to Texas, and everywhere in between. Our services are completely free to candidates! How does it work? Submit our online application ASAP to become a candidate, along with a resume and cover letter. If accepted, your placement counselor will have a phone conversation to get to know you and your job search. Then we will send your file to positions that match what you’re looking for, and let you know where your file was sent. As always, if you have questions about Southern Teachers, please feel free to call (434-295-9122) or email (Recruiter@SouthernTeachers.com) Abby Hall anytime.