Tuesday, November 25, 2014

High School Special Ed. Teacher Needed by Dec. 12

Special Education Teacher - Qualifications:  IL Professional Educator License with LBS I Endorsement.  High School Special Education Teacher to work in a Public Day Program for students with emotional disabilities.  Successful teacher must have solid classroom behavior management skills, ability to relate to and engage students in academic instruction focused on achieving academic success, social emotional learning, and successful transition to post-high school setting.  Offering competitive salary and benefits.  Position available January 12, 2015.  Application deadline December 12, 2014.  Apply online at

Long Term & Short Term Substitute Needed

Schaumburg High School is looking for a long term substitute teacher to fill a maternity leave, after Thanksgiving, through the end of the school year in June 2015. They are also in need of a substitute for a week in January. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should send a resume to Kristen Favia at kfavia@d211.org.

Friday, November 21, 2014

December Graduates Invited to Apply for Open Positions

Congratulations December Graduates! 
Berkeley School District 87 would like to invite you to apply for open teaching positions.  School District #87 is conveniently located in Chicago's western suburbs and offers competitive salaries and exceptional benefits. District #87 has easy access to the Chicago metropolitan area and its wealth of art and science museums, cultural activities, ethnic heritage, and recreational and entertainment centers, including year-round professional sports. Triton Community College and Elmhurst College are in the immediate vicinity, but all of the major universities of the City of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs are within easy driving distance of District #87.

We also are looking for day to day substitutes.
Please apply online at: Berkely School District 87


Middle School Science Teacher & Teaching Assistants Needed

Providence Englewood is a kindergarten through 8th grade charter school serving the Englewood community. We are part of the public education system, and enrollment is FREE. Our purpose – the reason we exist – is to prepare our students for a successful high school career leading to enrollment in college.

Providence Englewood Charter School is seeking motivated educators to join our team.
The teacher is responsible for the very heart of the school. Teacher responsibilities include instructing students, reporting student progress to parents, and enforcing the general rules and regulations of the school. We are seeking a middle school science teacher to inspire and instruct our 7th and 8th grade students.

Teaching Responsibilities:
·         Prepares and submits weekly lesson plans
·         Enables students to achieve their highest potential
·         Keeps an accurate daily record book of attendance and grades
·         Works to reach all students via a variety of teaching approaches
·          Employs effective classroom management techniques for optimum learning
       environment for all students
·         Formally evaluates student performance through progress reports and
       quarter/semester grades

Minimum Requirements:
·           Illinois Teaching License
·           Science Endorsement
·           Urban teaching experience

Teacher’s Assistant Responsibilities:
·        Supports classroom teachers in planning and implementing whole group and small group instruction
·        Provides intervention and extension strategies to all learners
·        Teaches alongside/in place of classroom teachers when needed
·        Participates in professional development
·        Collaborates with classroom teachers, administration and families to meet the needs of all students

Minimum Qualifications:
·        Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university

·                       Urban teaching experience
Interested candidates should forward their resumes to Angela Johnson-Williams, Principal: johnsona@providenceenglewood.org

Dec. 11 CPS Teacher Recruitment Event

CPS is hiring now and planning for future hires!

CPS is seeking current teachers, recent graduates and student teachers to meet their school principals and assistant principals.  This is a great way to meet with one hundred (100) plus schools in one location and understand your career opportunities within CPS.  For those of you that don't graduate until the spring semester, we will host a similar event in March 2015.

Registration is now open!
December 11, 2014 Teacher Career Event
Local 399 Union Hall
2260 S. Grove Street
Chicago, IL 60616

Event Time:  4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

To attend this event please click the link below to apply via our CPS applicant tracking system:

You may register to attend by clicking on the above link or by visiting www.cps.edu/careers and applying to requisition 140002MQ.

Registration for the December 11th Open House will close at noon on Tuesday, December 9, 2014.   

Monday, November 17, 2014

BPS Seeks Teachers, Counselors, and Leaders

Boston Public Schools is now accepting applications from teachers, counselors, and leaders who wish to interview for positions opening in 2015-2016.  For more information, click on this link here.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Special Education Teachers and Aides Needed

Mid-Valley Special Education Cooperative seeks a Vocational Specialist available January, 2015.  The position requires a degree or endorsement in Special Education.  Other positions also are available in the same area.  Apply for the position by clicking here.  The job posting is below.

Position: Vocational Specialist/New Directions Teacher

Reports to: Program Coordinator

Minimum Qualifications: 
Bachelor’s Degree in special education or related field LBS1 or special education endorsement.
Illinois Pre-Vocational Coordinator Approval preferred.

Program Description:          

Vocational Services are delivered by special education teachers who have additional expertise in vocational training. These staff members assist students in their transition to adulthood by providing
employment skill training. The services emphasize identified career interests, pre-vocational responsibility, discipline and social skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment. On the job training (OJT) is practiced within our school buildings, at community work training sites, and through volunteer service opportunities, or through supported paid job experiences. The Vocational Specialist plans, implements and coordinates vocational services for the Mid-Valley New Directions high school program.