School Systems

Teacher Recruitment

NOTE: The Education Department maintains a Job Opportunities binder in the Ed. Dept. office.

The schools and other organizations listed below have asked Marist College to publicize their recruitment efforts.  New entries are added as they come in, so seniors should check back often. 

K- 12 Schools 

OLAS: The Online Application System for Educators 

The On-line Application System for Educators is a cloud-based application serving school districts throughout New York State. Candidates are able to apply to specific positions using one application and/or have an option of granting all participating school districts access to their application.Districts can view applicant specific information: resumes, cover letters,transcripts, portfolios, and more. Click here to register with OLAS. 

Mid-Hudson Cooperative Recruitment Program

The Mid-Hudson Cooperative Recruitment Program advertises teaching jobs and educational support vacancies for participating school districts in the Hudson, Mid-Hudson and Lower Hudson Valley regions of New York State, including Beacon, Dover, Ellenville, Marlboro, Millbrook, New Paltz, Pawling, Pine Plains, Poughkeepsie, Red Hook, Rhinebeck, Spackenkill, and Webutuck School Districts, as well as Dutchess and Ulster Boards of Cooperative Educational Services [BOCES]. Click here to browse vacancies and apply online

New York City Department of Education
"With 1.1 students and 1.700 schools, we are the largest school system in the country, and we are looking for the best teachers to support our students." Information sessions for prospective teachers are offered via live webinars. To register, fill out the "Express Interest" form at www.teachnyc.net

Archdiocese of New York
The Archdiocese is seeking applicants who have, or who are working toward, certification in Early Childhood Education, for new pre-K programs in Staten Island, Manhattan, Bronx, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess. Contact Katy Franta at the Office of the Superintendent of Schools, 1011 First Avenue, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10022 Phone 646-794-2829

Florida Department of Education
Florida's "Virtual Open House" explains why young teachers are drawn to teaching in Florida, and describes the application process. To register for the next webinar, contact Abbey.Stewart@fldoe.org

Uncommon Schools
Uncommon Schools is a network of charter schools with openings in Boston, Brooklyn, Newark, Camden, Rochester, and Troy NY. Contact Madyson Lubba at mlubba@uncommonschools.org, or Andrea Williams, 206 Magnolia Street, Dorchester, MA 02121; Phone 646-413-3965

Green Chimneys School
Green Chimneys, a special education school and residential facility in Brewster, NY, seeks teachers with special education certification as well as classroom teaching assistants. There are also openings in the residential treatment program for various positions, including behavior support specialist, respite counselors, and youth counselors. Contact Dan Cartledge, 400 Doansburg Road, Brewster, NY 10509; phone 845-279-2995 ext. 171. 

John F. Kennedy School, Berlin , Germany

The John F. Kennedy School is a bi-lingual, bi-cultural German-American school serving 1700 students in grades K-12.  The ability to speak German is not a requirement for employment but willingness to learn German is essential. For more information, go to www.jfks.de, or email recruitment@jfksberlin.org.

Employment Agencies

School Professionals
School Professionals specializes in recruiting and placing long- and short-term substitute teachers in the New York City Schools. Positions are also available for teaching assistants and tutors.

Southern Teachers Agency
Southern Teachers Agency places teachers in K-12 private/independent schools in the mid-Atlantic and southern states of the US.

TIE - The International Educator
The International Educator places K-12 teachers in international schools where English is the language of instruction. Candidates pay a fee of $40. annually to list their resumes and view openings.  

Other

Marist grads have launched fulfilling teaching careers through service in the Peace Corps, the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Teach for America, and similar routes.  You are encouraged to speak with your advisor about opportunities that may be right for you. 

 

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