March 2015

Openings for September 2015

Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva, a Blue Ribbon private school located in Edison, NJ, is seeking creative and engaging Middle School Teachers with excellent organizational, communication, and classroom management skills for the 2015-16 school year. Must be knowledgeable regarding current best practices, differentiated instruction, and integration of technology.

Available positions include:

Sterling High School, in Somerdale, NJ, has 2 Physical Science Teacher positions for September. If interested, submit a resume and letter of application to:

Mark Napoleon

Graduate Coordinator - Strategic Planning

The graduate coordinator position, reporting to the Senior Director of Academic Engagement and Programming, will provide administrative support and research assistance to support the work of two key university-wide strategic planning committees, namely the Committee on Academic Unit Organization and the Committee on the Near- and Long-Term Impact of Instructional Technology.    
 
Minimum Qualifications

The applicant must:

2015-2016 School Year Position Available

Wall Township Public Schools, Monmouth County, is seeking a dynamic and visionary school leader with an unwavering commitment to high standards of academic excellence. 

Central School Principal- Effective July 1, 2015

- NJ Principal's Certificate

- Minimum 5 years of successful school administration experience

Middle and High School Principal for a new private College Prep Academy in South River NJ
Full time 12 month

(Anticipated Opening for 2015-2016 School Year)

New Jersey Principal Certificate required
Five (5) years of successful teaching experience
Must possess the ability to guide teachers in effective instructional techniques and strategies
Knowledge of Achieve New Jersey Evaluation process
Knowledge of PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers)

Position: ESL Teacher

Seeking 2 Volunteer Teachers for a minimum period of 6 months.

Volunteer teachers will have the opportunity to visit India for a Global Teaching Experience and to teach conversational English in a High School.

College students and recent graduates are needed to work with AVID, a national College Readiness System that helps prepare students to succeed in four-year colleges. AVID teaches students study strategies, organizational skills, and character development. 

AVID tutors work with middle school and high school students during the regular school day and help “coach” students in all content areas using an inquiry-based method. Math, science, and education majors are preferred.

Who: Current College Students & Recent Graduates

Madison Public Schools, Madison, NJ

Elementary School Teaching/ESL opening

Date Available: 9/1/15

To apply, go to Madisonpublicschools.org