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

Bi-lingual (Spanish) Science Elementary Teacher

Princeton Public Schools
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The Princeton Public School district is currently looking for a Bi-lingual (Spanish) Science Elementary Teacher. The individual must be able to instruct the class in both Spanish and English. Position open until filled. To apply please visit our website and complete online application.

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.

ESL Teacher

VIPKid
Online Education Platform
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VIPKid makes a great part-time job and source of supplemental income. It is an online education platform developed to allow Native English Speakers to teach English to students in China through an immersion program. The company provides all curriculum material and has a website which you log into for teaching classes. For a look at the learning platform check out this youtube video: https://youtu.be/mri-pHFRDe0. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in ANY field, experience working with children. Highly preferred: Teaching experience, English as a Second Language experience. Pay: $15-22 per hour plus bonus opportunities. Hours: You make your own schedule! Available hours are 9am-10pm Beijing Time (This translates to 8pm-9am EST from November-March or 9pm-10am EST after the Daylight Savings Time change). Supplies: You must provide your own headset, flash cards, a puppet or stuffed animal, small white board & dry erase markers. Additional props are up to you. Your pay is determined by your teaching experience and your performance on a 10-minute demo lesson. Feel free to contact Kaitlyn Mahan (a Teacher Prep alum) at kait.golden@gmail.com to schedule a time to discuss the demo lesson so that you know exactly what VIPKid will be looking for. When you are ready to apply please use Kaitlyn's link to upload your resume: https://t.vipkid.com.cn/?refereeId=2113582

Experiential Education Facilitator

Princeton-Blairstown Center
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The Experiential Education Facilitator is responsible for the safe and effective implementation of the Princeton-Blairstown Center’s (PBC) adventure-based experiential education curriculum at the Blairstown Campus. In addition, the Facilitator may lead programs on the Princeton University campus. The Experiential Education Facilitator works predominantly on and around the Blairstown Campus. The Experiential Education Facilitator utilizes a youth development model that actively engages participants and supports them in achieving individual and group goals and helps students increase their social emotional learning (SEL) and problem solving skills. MAJOR DUTIES • Develop, facilitate, and debrief adventure based/experiential education curriculum including adventure course, low and high ropes course, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing/kayaking and swimming, and restoration programming designed to help students develop social-emotional skills that include learning to communicate cooperatively, problem solve, and work together to achieve common goals. • Facilitate occasional unchaperoned groups and provide overnight supervision. • Design a sequence using PBC curriculum, create lesson plans, and develop new program activities appropriate to the participant population. • Remain current on the developmental needs of youth. • Ensure the safety of all participants at all times. • Correctly teach outdoor adventure and expedition specific skills to participants as per PBC expectation and protocols. • Lead off site day trips, river expeditions, and rock-climbing. • Work with university students to bring a college focus to our programs. • Assist with program logistics and administrative duties. • Act as the PBC point person for select programs, as appropriate and assigned. • Assist with housekeeping and facility upkeep as needed. • Participate in job-related training and staff meetings. • Conduct a Survey Monkey survey with each group to help provide personal and organizational feedback. • Work collaboratively with internal and external individuals to ensure the successful functioning of the Blairstown Campus and PBC programs. • Demonstrate a professional demeanor which is reflective of the values and standards of the Princeton-Blairstown Center in all formal and informal contacts with the organization’s constituencies. • Perform other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, however experience in the field can be substituted. • Documented experience working with young adults, individually and in groups. • Documented training and experience leading and or facilitating low and high ropes courses, canoeing, backpacking, expeditions, and rock climbing. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Outstanding customer service skills, group facilitation skills, and logistical planning experience are a must. • Basic First Aid and CPR required. Wilderness First Responder certification preferred. • Comfort in and around water required. ARC Lifeguard Certification preferred. • Valid driver’s license preferred. • Experience living or working with people from diverse cultures or backgrounds preferred. • Able to work well with a team of others and a co-leader on a one-to-one basis. • Able to work long hours, including evening and late night programs, in high stress conditions. • Able to live and work in both outdoor places and urban spaces. • Able to lift and carry up to 40 plus pounds for extended periods at a time while backpacking. • Able to work in high places such as ropes courses and in trees. • Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders in a multi-cultural environment. • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, professionalism, a commitment to lead by example, and dedication to the mission of the Princeton-Blairstown Center. March 27 - November 17, 2017– Salary starts at $10.00 per hour - plus free room (furnished apartment) and board (meals plus a small monthly grocery allowance) and training. If you do not have a Wilderness First Responder Certification, we do offer a class from March 18-25th. To apply – visit our website at: http://princetonblairstown.org/employment-opportunities/ and fill out an online application. Any questions, please call 908-362-6765 x1

Multiple teaching and administrative positions

CS&A Educational Recruitment Firm
Private independent K-12 schools worldwide
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Carney, Sandoe, & Associates is an educational recruitment firm that places teachers and administrators in jobs at private independent K-12 schools worldwide. CS & A offers personal and professional job placement services—as well hiring conferences— all services are free for prospective candidates. More information for active job seekers can be found at www.carneysandoe.com.

Associate Director Job Opportunity

Ivy League Camps
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To: Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, and Alumni. Ivy League Camps is running summer camps in Shanghai for Chinese kids. We are seeking a dynamic team of the smartest and most fun students and alumni to help lead Ivy League Camps in 2017. As Associate Directors, you will shape our camp’s culture—this includes each child's experience in our program, and the community we build together. Our team is high-energy, adventurous, and responsible. Our team is driven, creative, and culturally conscious. Our team values feedback, communicates clearly, and loves to have fun. Join us on an all-expenses-paid trip to Shanghai, AND get paid! FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT http://www.ivyleaguecamps.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ilc2017associatedirectorjd14version.pdf. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to danny@ivyleaguecamps.com. With subject: Associate Director App. Qualified candidates will be interviewed via Skype.

Multiple Positions

Princeton Montessori School
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The three available positions are: (1) MATH Counts Club Leader: Sept 2017 - June 2017: 3pm - 4pm one day a week (day of week is TBD) - Lead a small group of motivated math students, grades 5th - 7th, in preparing for and participating in the national Math Counts competitive program. (2) SSAT Prep Class: June 12th - 16th (1pm - 5pm) - Lead a week of math review and SSAT prep for 5th - 7th grade. (3) MATH support teacher for middle school program: immediate opening - June (midmorning daily). Our middle school students work at their own pacing using multiple resources, including direct instruction from teachers in small group and individual lessons, hands on Montessori Algebra and Geometry materials, online math programs, and peer assistance. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Montessori approach to teaching and learning and to share your math skills with polite, motivated, curious eleven through thirteen year olds!

Senior Associate Director for Teaching Initiatives & Programs

Princeton University
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Reporting to the Director of the McGraw Center, the Senior Associate Director for Teaching Initiatives and Programs will lead the development and delivery of all programs and services in support of the University’s teaching mission. With supervisory oversight of five professional staff, the Senior Associate Director oversees the TIP budget in collaboration with the Center Manager and the Center Director. This position sits on the Faculty Council for Teaching and Learning; the selection committee for the Graduate Student Mentoring Award; and other committees as assigned.

Various Teaching Positions

New York City & New Jersey
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Selected is an online matching and hiring platform for teachers and schools in New York City and New Jersey. Please visit www.getselected.co for more information.