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    Position: K-12 Education Teacher

    School Locations: Cashiers, Cullowhee, Sylva, and Whittier (North Carolina)

    Term of Employment: Exempt Position; 10-month position per school year.

    Salary: Salary placement will be determined by the NC Salary Schedule based on license and experience.

    Qualifications: NC Educator License in teaching area required.

    Duties: Responsible for instructional program as outlined in the NC Standard Course of Study (Common Core/Essential Standards), normal duties of a classroom teacher and other duties that may be assigned by the principal and/or superintendent.

    Benefits: Standard state and local benefits.

    Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

    Where To Apply: To apply for career opportunities with Jackson County Public Schools, visit JCPS Human Resources page and select NC School Jobs Application System .

    Contact Info: Sarah Wooldridge, Human Resources Coordinator at or call ext. 1943.

    The Jackson County School System is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person in hiring, tenure, or promotion on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age or handicaps in any of its education or employment programs or activities. Assignments are made in accordance with the needs of the school system and are subject to change.

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    4th grade teacher  

    - Newfield

    Edgarton Christian Academy, an independent PK through 8th grade Christian school, is seeking a certified teacher or teacher with a CEAS for 4th grade who possesses a well-defined work ethic, is caring and patient, enjoys building collegial relationships, and who strives to ensure student achievement and success. Situated in Newfield, New Jersey, ECA's current student enrollment is 360 students which includes a preschool program of 2 through 4-year-old students. Our lower school, which includes kindergarten through 4th grades, is self-contained. Our upper school, consisting of 5th through 8th grades, is departmentalized.

    For those who love to teach and are gratified by student success, there are many advantages to working at Edgarton Christian Academy. For example, due to the commitment of our families who work in partnership with our staff, Edgarton teachers are able to maximize the time that is spent on instruction with minimal discipline issues. The administration is supportive and encourages teachers to explore instructional creativity while valuing their professionalism. The remedial reading staff provides intense reading instruction to support students of needs. The staff and administration work closely with Gloucester County Special Services School District to ensure that our students receive the support required to meet academic, speech, and other special needs. Staff is offered professional development to support specific grade level materials or to expand a specific instructional interest. Additionally, a full-time teaching assistant is assigned to the classroom to assist the teacher with the instructional program and other organizational needs. ECA offers family health insurance with dental and vision coverage beginning with the month of employment.

    Edgarton's curriculum is modeled after the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards which is taught using current textbooks with interactive components, access to Successmaker and other on-line content specific programs, and up-to-date technology including Chromebooks and Smart Boards. Edgarton conducts a daily religion lesson. This program follows a prepared curriculum that is biblical based and built upon the common tenets of all Christian faiths.

    This position is a wonderful opportunity for a teacher who is retiring or resigning from a public-school teaching career but who would still enjoy the opportunity to continue with their teaching profession in a flexible, friendly, and professional environment.

    Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to .

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    Job Title: Principal (K-2nd Grade)

    Reports to: Chief Academic Officer

    Job Description: The Principal in close partnership with the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) is responsible for the day-to-day management of teaching, learning, and maintaining an overall school culture and climate in line with the school's mission and vision. The will ensure the academic and social-emotional success of students by providing direct supervision of classroom teachers, school Deans, Family and Community Engagement, as well as coordinating assessments, and ensuring timely reporting of statutory data requirements to the NJDOE.

    Job Responsibilities:

    The Principal is responsible for:

    School Culture; The Principal ensures the achievement of a joyous and rigorous school environment that represents the school's tenets and values: love fuels all things. The Principal ensures discipline targets are reached and school-wide procedures are effectively implemented across the school. The Principal defines and builds a transformative school culture consistent with Philip's Academy's core values and mission. With the leadership team, the Principal designs and implements programs and initiatives; devizes school-wide rituals that promote the culture and sustain the school's values. Organize school events and assemblies. The Principal develops positive relationships with all stakeholders, including staff, students, families, and community members/organizations.

    The Principal ensures the appropriate placement of applicants and actively participates in explaining the curriculum, instructional practices, and overall educational system to staff, parents, and students including coordinating and monitoring the communication regarding individual academic concerns with parents as appropriate: progress reports and report card distribution with teaching staff.

    Instructional Leadership; Provide instructional leadership for the school, including maintaining school-wide focus on high standards of student achievement; ensuring teaching state standards; managing process for analyzing data to increase student achievement; and supporting all teachers and staff members in their professional development including but not limited to onboarding, PLCs, and coaching plans. Observe, coach, and evaluate teachers and staff on a consistent basis; Coach Grade Level Leads and Mentor Teachers and serve as an expert resource to teachers on issues of school culture, classroom management, discipline, and relationship with students and families.

    The Principal plans and oversees the RTI process and manages and/or teaches intervention plans school-wide; supports decision making around curricular choices; reviews graded assessments and assists in making grading schedules; helps plan and coordinates mission-aligned, academically driven field trips.

    Student Management; The Principal works with the Chief School Administrator and related staff to define behavior management tools, including overseeing staff training in behavior management policies, techniques, and strategies, and ensuring the consistent deployment of such tools school-wide and collaboration with families. The Principal ensures that discipline policies are implemented across classrooms and grades. The Principal works with appropriate staff to develop school-wide programs and create a school-wide identity among the students.

    Human Resources; Support the school's human resource functions including interviewing new teachers and staff, holding regular performance reviews and developing the professional development plans as needed.

    Financial and Administration; Help develop the annual budget, and authorize expenses in keeping with the budget.

    Board Relations; Present data from school performance at board meetings as needed.

    Operations & Regulatory Compliance; Oversee the day-to-day school operations. Implement school policies. Manage school logistics in collaboration with the operations team; ensure that the academic and instructional program is supported with appropriate purchases and services.

    Staff and reporting relationships; The Principal reports to the Chief Academic Officer and directly supervises the second through fourth-grade academic staff and performs other duties as assigned by the CAO.


    Possess strong leadership and team skills.

    Have superb organizational and self-management skills and be able to handle multiple responsibilities effectively; have strong planning and execution skills; be a goal-oriented and effective problem-solver.

    Be dependable.

    Be driven to improve the minds and lives of students.

    Be dedicated to doing whatever it takes to help all the school's students achieve academic success.

    Candidates must have:

    At least three years of successful experience teaching in an urban school environment; Grade level leader, department chair, or instructional leadership experience.

    A clear record of elevating student achievement in an urban classroom, with a strong understanding of pedagogy that drives results.

    A relentless work ethic and commitment to achieving the school's mission.

    Excellent strategic planning, leadership, management, and communication skills, with a proven ability to lead instructional and non-instructional staff.

    Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

    Excellent skills in organization and follow-through.


    Master's degree


    Principal, Supervisor, or School Administrator certification.


    Salaries at Philip's Academy Paterson are competitive and include benefits for all full-time staff members.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Job Type: Full-time

    Dental insurance
    Flexible spending account
    Health insurance
    Health savings account
    Life insurance
    Paid time off
    Tuition reimbursement
    Vision insurance
    8 hour shift
    Admin/Principal Certification (Required)
    Work Location: One location

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    Teach English in Korea! (Relocation Assistance)  

    - Not Specified

    Are you looking to work and travel abroad? Teach English in Korea!

    No prior teaching experience is required. You will receive training upon relocation, and be fully prepared to teach English as a Foreign Language (EFL) using the most cutting edge e-learning and smart classroom technology. Our client has programs for all aged students from Pre-K, elementary school, middle school and high school.

    Receive generous pay and benefits to live and work abroad comfortably. And don't worry- the only language you will need to speak is English. Just be ready to have an experience of a lifetime with the comfort and support of our teacher management team. All you need is passion for learning, and compassion for students!

    Apply by emailing resume to


    4-year Bachelor's degree

    Citizenship from the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, NZ, or South Africa

    Commitment to a one-year contract

    A clear background check

    ESL/EFL/TEFL/TESOL experience is not required, but all teaching experience is welcome!


    Our goal at Aclipse is to help motivated and adventurous university graduates experience living and working abroad. We offer free job placement and full support, and are the sole recruiting arm of the leading English language education program in the country!

    Our recruiters have taught English abroad and have the knowledge to help guide your decision-making process. Read our teacher blogs to hear first-hand about what it is like to live and teach in Asia at We can also put you directly in touch with a current teacher! Check us out at to read more about our teaching opportunities.

    Haven't graduated from college yet? You can still apply! We accept applications 8 months in advance of your expected graduation date. Also, in an effort to accommodate your preferred start date, our clients hire year-round.


    Annual compensation of $25,000 - $36,000 USD

    Monthly pay of 2,200,000 KRW to 3,200,000 KRW

    Free Furnished Housing OR Housing Security Deposit + Higher Pay

    Airfare reimbursement up to 1,200,000 KRW

    Paid Vacation

    50/50 Contribution to Medical and Pension (retirement fund that can be withdrawn upon departure)

    1-month salary bonus when contract completed

    Full visa processing and sponsorship

    1,000,000 KRW signing bonus if signing a 2nd year contract

    Opportunities for advancement! Many of our instructors have moved onto full-time roles in the company including Faculty HR and Training, Curriculum Development, and Biz Dev/Marketing

    Advertised Annual Compensation Range includes monthly pay + contract completion bonus + company pension contribution + airfare reimbursement

    To convert the KRW into U.S. dollars, please copy the above amount and paste into the converter located at this site:

    Earn a $200 Gift Card by Referring a Friend to Aclipse:

    Know a friend or family member who would be interested in teaching abroad? Aclipse will reward you with a $200 Gift Card for every friend you refer to Aclipse and is placed with a teaching position. To get credit make sure your friend mentions you as their referral source in their application and to their recruiter prior to their interview.

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    Spanish Speaking Elementary Administrative Assistant  

    - Paterson

    Employment Category: 12 months/40 hrs a week

    Requirements: Bilingual in both oral and written content (Spanish & English).

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    - Interact professionally and compassionately with parents, student, staff and all members of the school community

    -Complete a broad variety of administrative tasks

    - Monitor attendance and conduct student/parent outreach

    -Ability to prioritize multiple projects, handle matters expeditiously, and follow through on projects to successful completion, meet deadlines

    -Navigate Powerschool responsibilities as outlined

    - Follow a 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. work schedule

    Experience working in a school preferred

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $35,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year

    Dental insurance
    Health insurance
    Paid time off
    Retirement plan
    Vision insurance
    8 hour shift
    Spanish (Required)
    Work Location: One location

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    Toddler Teacher  

    - Lafayette

    We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Infant (6 weeks-1 years old) &Toddler Teacher (1 - 3 years old) to plan & implement an ongoing program of activities that promote the social, emotional, cognitive & physical development of each child, in accordance with Primrose Balanced Learning approach to teaching & learning.
    We are looking for assistant & early childhood qualified (ECE or Lead) candidates who can work full time (hours would start off 7:30 am - 4:30 pm or 8:30am - 5:30pm) Monday through Friday.
    Compensation: $18.00 - $20.25 per hour depending on your PDIS Level Primary Responsibilities:
    Is responsible for the overall supervision & daily class functions of a group of children.
    Observes all rules and regulations at Primrose Lafayette & the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children.
    Assesses each child's developmental needs on an ongoing basis.
    Implements the approved lesson plans & daily classroom schedule in accordance with the Primrose Balanced Learning curriculum and programming.
    Plans with a member of the Leadership Team the parent-teacher conferences and student evaluations.
    Maintains an attractive, well-kept classroom that encourages children to create, explore and make decisions with confidence.
    Provides verbal recognition and acceptance to children while providing clear and consistent expectations for the children's behavior.
    Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom, common use areas and playgrounds.
    Attends all required staff meetings, workshops and/or school functions.
    Maintains overall professional personal appearance adhering to the guidelines offered in the Primrose Lafayette Employee Handbook
    Assists in other capacities that Director, or designee, determines is necessary.
    Desired skills and experience:
    Must meet basic requirements of local childcare regulatory agency
    Previous teaching or assistant teaching position in a licensed early childhood program preferred
    Knowledge of the social, emotional and creative needs of young children
    Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. in connection with the handling of children for the facilitation of programs, child safety, and potential emergency situations. For Infant and Young Toddler teachers, must be able to properly lift infants into and out of a crib.
    Infant - Preschool Teachers: 2-year degree in early childhood or related field preferred
    Pre-Kindergarten Teachers: 4-year degree in early childhood or related field required
    Kindergarten Teacher: 4-year degree in early childhood and certified to teach in the state in which the school operates required

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    Early Educator Teacher  

    - Broomfield

    Are you looking for a job that offers not only amazing people, top-notch benefits, and an opportunity to make a real difference in the world then look no further than becoming a preschool teacher at Primrose School of Standley Lake!
    As part of this incredible team, you will have the chance to be part of children's most precious foundational years. You can help shape their lives and leave your own legacy by teaching them valuable skills that they will carry with them throughout life. Not only is it incredibly rewarding work but it also provides great financial stability as well!
    At Primrose School of Standley Lake we welcome all experience levels and ages when applying for our positions. We understand how important early education is so we strive to provide quality teachers who are passionate about helping each student reach their fullest potential through engaging activities while making sure they feel safe and secure in our classrooms. Our top teachers exclaim about how much joy they get from seeing these young minds grow right before their eyes every day!
    So if you want to become part of something truly special then consider joining us here at Primrose School today - because being able to make a positive impact on kids' lives should be on your top 10 list for 2023!

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    Faculty or Lecturer of Social Work  

    - Menomonie

    The University of Wisconsin-Stout invites applications for one (1) vacancy which will be filled at the rank of either Assistant or Associate Professor or Lecturer.

    The Assistant or Associate Professor of Social Work is a tenure-track, full-time, 9-month academic year faculty position. The Assistant or Associate Professor will teach 12 credit hours per semester (4 courses) and lead the social work certificate program. The position will involve engagement in ongoing studentcentered instruction and assessment of student learning; scholarly activity, and service. Summer work coordinating the social work certificate program is anticipated with the option to teach summer courses.

    The Lecturer in Social Work will teach 15 credit hours per semester (5 courses) and lead the social work certificate program. The position will involve engagement in ongoing student-centered instruction and assessment of student learning as well as collaboration across disciplines to foster an inclusive learning environment. Summer work coordinating the social work certificate program is anticipated with the option to teach summer courses. This is a one-year position with the intent to renew for future years at 100%.

    Applicants who wish to be considered for the faculty, tenure-track position need to apply to:
    Assistant or Associate Professor , Social Work (Job ID 19297) via: Assistant /Associate Professor, Social Work (Job ID 19297) (uwstout.edu)

    Applicants who wish to be considered for the lecturer, academic staff position need to apply to: Lecturer, Social Work (Job ID 19298) via: Lecturer, Social Work (Job ID 19298) (uwstout.edu)

    Applications received by end of day, Sunday, February 26, 2023 are ensured full consideration. Applications submitted after that may be reviewed at the discretion of the search committee.

    For questions regarding this position or recruitment, please contact:

    Search Chair: Amanda Barnett


    As an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer, UW-Stout welcomes applications from individuals from diverse groups; veterans, individuals with disabilities and from historically excluded populations. UW-Stout provides equal opportunity to all persons and is committed to inclusive excellence.

    Employment is contingent upon the final candidate successfully completing a criminal background and reference check process.

    Be a part of the future at UW-Stout. Learn more at

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    Early Childhood Educator (Molalla, OR)  

    - Portland

    $43,680 - 47,840/ year
    32-HOUR WORK WEEK PILOT (September - February)
    Are you determined to make your mark by supporting equity balance in a growing community? As an Early Childhood Educator, you will change future outcomes by positively supporting families and their children during their most formative years!
    Our affordable housing property Plaza Los Robles in Molalla seeks an Early Childhood Educator who is passionate about serving the Latino community. Your day-to-day will include conducting home visits while utilizing the Nurturing Parenting curriculum and collaborating with our other departments to recruit eligible families.
    The Early Childhood Educator must be fluent in Spanish and English to be able to assist our clients fully. The work schedule is Monday - Thursday, 8 am-4:30 pm, with the occasional evening or weekend required for special events.
    Hacienda CDC offers a remote/hybrid work-life balance, with two or more days in the office and the flexibility to work from home otherwise. This is subject to change to more in-person time required, depending on the program's needs.
    Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every single one of the qualifications as described in a job description. Hacienda CDC is committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization. We strongly encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of the qualifications as described or if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for or perform job duties.
    Bilingual Spanish/English required
    High school/GED, plus 3 years of relevant experience (paid or volunteer) or a combination of work experience and college education required.
    One or more years experience working with young children and families in a multicultural setting required.
    Experience working with the Latinx community and knowledge and understanding of Latinx culture is required.
    Certification in "Nurturing Parenting" or other early childhood education programs highly desired.
    Valid driver's license and access to a car for home visits and other local travel are required.
    Case management experience is a plus.
    Strong interpersonal skills, including a high degree of emotional intelligence.
    Ability to form mutually trusting relationships with parents and handle families in crisis.
    Experience with word processing, email, scheduling, and database software.
    Looking for something a little different? Check out our open After-School Program Coordinator Position on our Careers Page: haciendacdc.org/careers
    The hourly pay for this position is $21-23.00/hr
    3% bilingual Spanish premium available after 90 days.
    Medical (HMO, POS/PPO, HDHP options)- 90% of premium paid for employee
    Dental - 100% of premium paid for entire family
    32-Hour Work Week Pilot Program Sept - Feb (full-time pay rate based on 40-hours, will not be reduced).
    Paid Time Off (PTO) 3.6 - 6.6 weeks per year, based on seniority
    12 paid holidays per year
    40I(k) Plan, 2% company match
    Flexible spending account
    Health spending account (HSA)
    Paid parental leave - 6 weeks
    Tuition Reimbursement
    Professional Development
    Monthly cell phone stipend
    Long-term disability insurance
    Life insurance
    Employee Assistance Program
    Hacienda CDC offers a remote/hybrid work-life balance, with two or more days in the office and flexibility to work from home otherwise. The work hours are typically Monday through Thursday (32 hour week pilot Sept - Feb), with flexible start and end times available.
    For the health and safety of our employees, clients and community, Hacienda has implemented a Workplace Infectious Disease Control Policy which includes a variety of safety protocols. Hacienda also requires that all employees have received their initial vaccine series at a minimum, and strongly encourages booster doses when eligible.
    Hacienda CDC headquarters are located in the Cully neighborhood, near the Portland Airport.
    Hacienda CDC is a Latino-led Community Development Corporation that strengthens families by providing affordable housing, homeownership support, economic advancement and educational opportunities.
    Hacienda CDC was formed in 1986 to provide necessary housing and supportive services in Cully, a low-income, predominantly Latinx community. Today we have 9 affordable housing communities with almost 400 homes in North and Northeast Portland and Molalla serving over 1,500 people each year and new affordable homes in development in Cully, Gresham and Oregon City. We embrace a holistic approach to development and serving Latinos throughout the region with programs in community economic development, homeownership, and youth and family services. Over the last 30 years, we have grown to become Oregon's largest Latino-led, Latino-serving housing organization.
    We are a group of dedicated professionals committed to quality outcomes. We also value work-life balance and self-care, so that we remain strong and sustainable over the long term.
    The salary and wage ranges that Hacienda advertises for the position, mean that the starting pay offered to the candidate will fall somewhere within the range posted. We recognize that each candidate brings with them a unique combination of experiences, education, skills and abilities, therefore the offer will be tailored to the individual.
    A bilingual Spanish premium (3% pay increase) is available after 90 days, upon successful completion of a language assessment.
    Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the position.
    HACIENDA CDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status or disability, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.

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    Private Preschool Teacher  

    - Littleton

    Primrose School of Littleton is seeking a fun, energetic private preschool teacher who encourages children to learn in a nurturing environment, lovingly guided by our highly skilled, professional lead teachers. Our goal is to help children develop a lifelong love of learning in a safe child care environment.
    Summary of Responsibilities
    Our teachers work in a collaborative environment to
    Interact with the children to support play, exploration, learning, self-esteem, and social skills
    Communicate appropriately and professionally with parents and colleagues
    Participate in staff meetings and training
    Comply with Primrose standards
    Experience in the educational field/early education field preferred but not required.
    Will assist/pay portions of certificates to become lead qualified!
    Compensation and Benefits
    Competitive compensation
    Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance programs
    401k Plan
    Salary goals for continuing education
    Ideal candidate may have previous experience as :
    Teacher Lead - Teacher Assistance - Teacher Aide
    Early Childhood Education - Daycare Assistant
    Childcare Teacher -
    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
    Pay: $13.50 - $25.00 per hour

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