Showing posts with label education jobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label education jobs. Show all posts

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Three New Job Openings Posted on the Job Board

Back in May, in affiliation with Post Learn, I launched a job board here on Free Technology for Teachers. Traffic to it has slowly, but steadily increased. In the last week three new job openings have been posted to it. Those openings are:

Vermont: Classroom technology integration specialist

Chicago, il: Curriculum designer ii

California: Director of technology services

If you're looking for new job in the educational technology field or you're looking to hire someone in the field, please visit the Free Technology for Teachers & Post Learn job board.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Need to Hire a Teacher? Need a Job in Education?

As spring approaches (in the Northern Hemisphere) the hiring season in schools also approaches. Now through August seems to be the time that schools will be looking to fill job vacancies. If you're a school administrator looking for employees or you're looking for a job in education, take a look at PostLearn.

PostLearn is an education job board that launched late last summer. PostLearn accepts job postings for all positions in education, but tends to particularly attract an audience looking for jobs in the field of educational technology. PostLearn also accepts job postings from around the world. So if you find yourself looking for a change of scenery, PostLearn might have what you're looking for. If you're looking for a new employee for your education organization or you're looking for a job yourself, take a look at PostLearn.

FTC Disclosure: I do have an affiliate relationship with PostLearn.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

PostLearn - A Global Job Board for Educators

As anyone that has looked for an employer or an employee in the education sector will tell you, the Monster-type job boards are not the best places to look. Now there's a better place to look. The new PostLearn Educational Job Board is a job board designed specifically for the education community. PostLearn is free for educators to use in their quest for their next job in education. Job seekers can set-up email alerts to be notified of new postings that meet their criteria.

Schools looking to fill job openings can use PostLearn's simple posting service. The posting process is made simple so that even those who aren't tech-savvy can post job openings. To make job posting even easier, if you mention Free Technology for Teachers, PostLearn will accept the first ten job postings via email at joe(at)postlearn.com.

PostLearn launches today on a number of reputable education blogs. You will see the widgets displayed in the side columns of these blogs. PostLearn chose to launch this way rather than "spam" people through Twitter or email because they believe that the best candidates and employers in today's education job market are reading these blogs.

PostLearn was developed by Joseph Thibault. Some of you may be familiar with Joe through his work helping teachers develop Moodle courses.

Disclosure: I am an affiliate of PostLearn. I do not receive compensation for referring job-seekers, however I do receive compensation for referring job postings.



Thursday, June 11, 2009

Look Here for a New Job in Education

Be it your first job out of college or a job change, eventually most people will have to look through job postings. You can try searching the general job posting websites like Monster, but those sites are often cluttered with jobs in the "education" category that aren't really the kind of teaching job for which you're looking. K12 JobSpot might be a better place to look for your next job in education. K12 JobSpot lists job postings from thirty-three states. On K12 JobSpot you can search for jobs by job title, by location, or by a combination of both.

K12 JobSpot is not the only website dedicated to education job postings. If you're state/ province/ county has a website dedicated to education job postings please leave a comment and I'll add it to the list.

In Maine you can find education job postings on Serving Schools.
In Montana you can find education job postings through METNET.

If you're considering moving and taking an education job in a new state in the US you should check out Certification Map for state-by-state certification requirements.