Monday, July 24, 2017

Dist 161 seeks Junior High Spanish Teacher

Flossmoor School District 161 seeks a Junior High Spanish Teacher. The position requires a valid Illinois Professional Educator's License and teacher candidates must have taught Spanish grade 6-8 education in the last 10 years or taken relevant coursework in the last 2 years. Please click here to view the complete posting and to apply for this vacancy.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Teaching Opportunities in Memphis, TN

Shelby County Schools has exciting opportunities to teach for the 2017-18 school year, especially for high school math and elementary grades.

Reasons to consider Shelby County Schools:
  • Pay starts at $43,000, and teachers have options to earn stipends based on performance and holding advanced degrees in education or their subject area
  • The cost of living in Memphis is incredibly affordable! In terms of cost of living, making $50,000 in Memphis is like making $68,757 in Chicago
  • A Professional Educator license from Illinois PEL reciprocates to a 3 year teaching license in Tennessee; we also have an alternate route teaching license option in case students did not earn a teaching license through their degree
  • Memphis is a vibrant and up-and-coming place to live. Learn more at and the I Love Memphis blog

To start an application, teachers may submit a profile here. There are 4 pages of information to complete, so make sure to scroll to the bottom of each and hit submit, next, finish etc.

For more information, contact:

Abigail Johnson
Advisor, Talent Acquisition
Department of Human Resources
Shelby County Schools
160 S. Hollywood St., Memphis, TN 38112
901.416.0213 |