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Job Websites for Teachers

Browsing job websites for teachers can help you find the right teaching position. If you are actively searching for a teaching job, or just keeping an eye open, we suggest checking out these helpful websites that feature educational job listings.

Education America Network

Education America Network lets you browse teaching positions or search for job ads that match your interests. You don't have to register to take advantage of these functions. You can also see detailed job descriptions and basic information about each employer. Once you complete the free registration process, then you can apply to jobs, post your resume for registered employers to see and create an electronic portfolio that shows off your credentials.

Simply Hired

This job search engine makes it easy to find listings from several websites all at once. Type in the keywords of the position you want, then filter by location, title, job type and even experience and education. There are also special filters that indicate which jobs are ideal for new graduates, moms, veterans and more. The job search tools allow you to see trends when it comes to teaching jobs, and you can also set up email alerts that let you know when a job with the keywords of your choice has been posted on Simply Hired. Registration is free.

Education Crossing

Education Crossing aggregates job postings from all over the Internet, which means you can browse thousands of job postings in the education field. The ads are categorized by location and also by job type, making it easy for you to find what you need. What sets it apart from the others? There is a monthly fee if you want to apply to the jobs on this site, but the benefit is reduced competition because the fee keeps many job seekers from applying to the listings. If you want to try it out before paying, you can sign up for a free trial.

SchoolSpring

After you sign up for free, you can look for jobs in the education field. The quick search function allows you to search by location, subject, grade and job type. You can also sign up for job alerts and find job fairs in your area. Additional resources on SchoolSpring include articles, newsletters and helpful links, all with information for job seekers. You can also check this site to learn about the certifications and licensing that is needed in every state, which is convenient if you are considering relocating for a teaching job.

Education Week's Top School Jobs

Like most other job websites for teachers, you can post your resume and set up job alerts as soon as you register for free. You also can browse education jobs or search for specific keywords. The difference between this site and many other job boards is that posting job ads is not its main focus. Much of the site is filled with resources for teachers seeking tips on professional development, although there are career resources for job seekers as well. Top School Jobs also features education-related stories and employer profiles, making it a useful site to visit whether you are between jobs or just on a passive job search.