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Welcome to NCTE's Career Opportunities page, offering you professional opportunities in the K-college English language arts fields across the country.

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District of Columbia

Director of Education
The Folger Shakespeare Library, in Washington, D.C., seeks a dynamic Director of Education to lead a nationally recognized Education Department. Duties include creating and implementing multimedia approaches to education, developing original programming to support the Folger mission, and overseeing local and national training and teaching programs to advance the national reputation of the Folger. For additional details on the position and application instructions please visit our website http://www.folger.edu/Content/About-Us/Employment-and-Internships/. No calls please. EOE.   

   

Florida

Teach students to write effectively and to explore the human experience through fine literature. Independent high school committed to project-based learning seeks experienced English teacher. We seek a high degree of rigor and student-centered  engagement. See www.oapb.org for further information. 

   

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Massachusetts

University Literacy Trainer position:
Lesley University’s Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative seeks an Upper Elementary (Intermediate)/Middle School Literacy Trainer
to work with grades 3 - 8 teachers, literacy coaches and school and district leaders regionally and nationally. We are interested in candidates who have held roles such as school reading/literacy coach, instructional coach, district reading specialist, or staff developer at elementary and/or middle school levels. To apply: Intermediate/Middle Literacy Trainer position

  

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New Jersey

English Department Chair/ English Teacher
The Purnell School, an independent 9-12th grade all girls boarding school in Pottersville, NJ, is searching for an English Department Chair/ English Teacher.  Send cover letter and resume to Kathleen Weems, Dean of Faculty and Academics via email: kweems@purnell.org.  Website: www.purnell.org.  No phone calls. 

 

Grade 7 English Teacher
The Peck School, an independent K-8 school in Morristown, NJ, is searching for an English teacher with a minimum of seven years teaching experience.  Ideal candidates will have a strong background and demonstrable expertise in the areas of writing instruction and literary analysis.  
Send cover letter and resume to Michelle LeGrand, Assistant to the Headmaster, by mail or by email to English@peckschool.org.  Website: www.peckschool.org. No phone calls.

       

New Mexico

 

New York

Literacy Director, Harlem Village Academies
The Literacy Director will support the professional development of our talented, committed teachers and will directly impact the learning of our students. S/he will be part of a group of passionate educators who are developing a national model of progressive education in an urban setting.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, contact Diego Merino for an informal exploratory chat at dmerino@harlemvillage.org or 646-812-9581.


Reading Coach, Harlem Village Academies
The Reading Coach will support the professional development of our talented, committed fifth grade reading teachers and will directly impact the learning of our students. S/he will be part of a group of passionate educators who are developing a national model of progressive education in an urban setting.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, contact Diego Merino for an informal exploratory chat at dmerino@harlemvillage.org or 646-812-9581.
     

   

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Texas 

KIPP Houston Public Schools ELA Teacher- KIPP, the Knowledge is Power Program, is on a mission to develop in underserved students the academic skills, intellectual habits, and qualities of character necessary to succeed at all levels of pre-k through 12th grade, college, and the competitive world beyond. We are currently accepting applications for primary, middle and high school ELA teachers at our 22 schools for the 2013-2014 school year. To apply, please visit http://teachatkipp.org.

  

Project Director - The East Austin College Prep Academy – Austin, TX
The Project Director assists in providing leadership and ongoing development, implementation and management of The East Austin College Prep Academy’s (EAPrep) literacy program ProjectSTART (Students and Teachers in Austin Reading Together). The focus is to assist the Superintendent to coordinate professional development, yearly evaluations, implement curriculum improvements, and facilitate program training and services.
For more information and to apply, please visit our website: http://www.swkey.org/.    

     

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International


Give the gift of language at Disney English.
We’re looking for people like you to teach English to children in China. Here, you’ll use our award-winning curriculum, innovative technology and storytelling techniques to educate children ages 2 through 12 in a way that only Disney can.
With 12 to 15-month contracts available, you’ll have the opportunity to:
  • Belong to a world-renowned company
  • Share your passion with people from around the world  
  • Immerse yourself in the rich Chinese culture
For more information visit: http://disneyenglish.disneycareers.com
EOE. 

   

 

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