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Empowering Education Jobs — helps job-seekers find best jobs in the educational school teaching career sectors. Search and apply for teaching jobs read education industry news review teaching-related career books and find teaching and education links. No cost to job-seekers. A joint venture of Quintessential Careers and EmpoweringJobSites.com.
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Academic Jobs Today — a global online resource that connects job-seekers and employers in higher education including full-time faculty positions adjunct teaching jobs administrative and executive jobs and jobs at community colleges and distance education institutions. Job-seekers can browse job listings post your resume/vita register for job alerts and view employer video profiles. No cost to job-seekers.
Academe This Week — job openings in academe available from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Academic Careers Online — includes full-time and adjunct teaching and administrative jobs ranging from pre-kindergarten through colleges and universities around the world. Job-seekers can search for jobs and post your resume as well as subscribe to Smart Agent an email job matching program. Free to job-seekers.
AcademicJobs.net — a global online resource that connects academic job-seekers and employers in higher education. where you can search thousands of job listings (for educators administrators executives — by keyword location job category) post your resume/CV and register for email alerts. Free to job-seekers.
AcademicKeys.com — where college faculty and administrators from all educational disciplines can search for job postings submit your resume for review for positions or post-doc research opportunities and find academic job-search advice. Other resources include information about conferences and journals. Free to job-seekers.
Academic Position Network — includes faculty administrative and professional staff positions graduate assistantships and fellowships and post-doctoral opportunities available at institutions of higher education around the world.
CSA Teach: Teaching and Adminsitration Jobs Placement — recruits teachers and administrators for placement in private independent schools across the U.S. and abroad. CSA’s services are employer-paid so candidates do not pay a fee.
C-CollegeJobs.com — a job site dedicated solely to the community college sector where (faculty staff and administration) job-seekers can post your resume and search for jobs. Membership required. Free to job-seekers.
The Education America Network — developed as a one-stop portal for education professionals — teachers administrators education specialists and support staff — this site is a great source of education employment opportunities in all 50 states. Job-seekers can search or browse jobs post your resume and receive customized employment emails. Free to job-seekers.
ESL Employment — for ESL and EFL teachers and administrators a job site where you can browse job postings in Europe Asia the Middle East Korea Africa South America and North America. Includes other key resources and weekly emailed job updates. Free to job-seekers.
ESLJOB.org — a job site for ESL teachers seeking ESL TEFL and TESOL jobs in a variety of countries including China Korea Japan Czech Republic Thailand Vietnam Spain and Slovenia. Job-seekers can browse job listings by country and post your resume. Also includes a small collection of resources. No cost to job-seekers.
ESLpro.com — a great resource for finding teaching positions for English as a second language in Korea Japan China and other parts of the Pacific Rim. Job-seekers can search for jobs (by job type country and posting currency) as well as post your resume. Free to job-seekers.
ESLworldwide.com — where job-seekers interested in teaching English and other foreign languages can search for jobs (by language country type of organization etc.) as well as post your resume. Includes a very useful overseas teaching FAQ. Free to job-seekers.
HigherEdJobs — a leading job board for jobs in higher education where university and college faculty and administrators seeking new positions can search or browse job listings (by job category location school type) post your resume or CV and create job-search agents. Also includes higher education career resources. No cost to job-seekers.
International TEFL Teacher Training — for job-seekers who are interested in teaching English overseas this site offers an online TEFL certificate course. Open only to anyone who is a native or fluent speaker of English. Fee-based.
k-12jobs.com — where k-12 educators can post your resume as well as search for job openings at public private and vocational schools and institutions. The site specializes in job opportunities available at kindergarten elementary junior high and high schools as well as vocational schools. Includes other resources including a calendar of job fairs for educators. Free to job-seekers.
Mark’s ESL World — a good site for job-seekers looking to teach English overseas mostly in Asia. Job-seekers can browse through hundreds of job listings. Also includes links to other good ESL teaching resources. Free to job-seekers.
StudentAffairs.com — resources of college student affairs positions including admissions career services recreational sports student life and student activities. Job-seekers can search job listings as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.
Teachers.Net: Career Center — where job-seekers can browse listings of K-12 teaching jobs by location throughout the U.S. and abroad. Also includes JobAlert which emails you new job postings for the geographic area of interest and JobTalk support network dedicated to teachers helping teachers. Free to job-seekers.
TeachersOnline — where full time and substitute teachers — from pre-K to adult education and home-schooling — can search for jobs (by keyword recency of posting teaching specialty location salary) and create a personal profile. Free to job-seekers.
Teachers-Teachers.com — a great recruitment site for teachers where you can build your online resume choose your preferences for email notifications of matching job openings browse current job openings create and save an online version of your cover letter and even participate in a structured interview that prospective employers can view. Free to job-seekers.
TeachingDegreeLink — offers information and resources for those considering a career in education. Learn your state’s certification requirements browse schools offering your desired degree and learn more about what’s needed for your potential future career. No cost to job-seekers.
Teaching Jobs — a comprehensive directory of teaching job sites for educators seeking employment in the U.S. and abroad. For K-12 teachers and educators seeking jobs in higher education. Job listings include both public and private sector jobs and intermediaries that specialize in job-placement of educators.. Free to job-seekers.
TeachingJobs.com — a nice job board for primary and secondary school teachers where you can post your resume and browse job openings across the U.S. by state. Free to job-seekers.
TEFLAsia.com — for job-seekers searching for TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) jobs in the Pacific Rim (Cambodia China Hong Kong Japan and others). Browse job posting by country and post your resume. Also includes useful links and resources. No cost to job-seekers.
TESall.com — a job site for ESL/EFL professionals where job-seekers can simultaneously search job boards across the Internet for specific types of teaching jobs worldwide. Also includes ESL/EFL news and information. A great resource for job-seekers. Free to job-seekers.
TopSchoolJobs — from Education Week a job board for K-12 educators and administrators where job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword job type location) post your resume register for job alerts and find key education-related articles and job-seeker resources. No cost to job-seekers.
USTeach.com — a great site for educators (teachers and administrators) seeking employment with government private and public institutions anywhere in the U.S. — and around the world. Job-seekers can search for jobs post your resume and find key resources and links. From the National Center for Education Careers. Free to job-seekers.
WantToTeach.com — a job site for locating administrative instructional and support job listings in school districts throughout the U.S. Basic membership is free and gives job-seekers access to a great deal of information and resources related to teaching but to search for jobs or post your resume a paid membership is required.
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