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Last page update: 9/18/2017
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From time to time, we have been asked to let our members know of available paid positions.  Because the News Bulletin appears only quarterly, and employers usually need prompt action, we have been unable to help in the past.  The speed and simplicity of the Internet now permits a change in this practice.  We post all such opportunities on this page, and remove them promptly when we are notified that the position is no longer open or a year after the original posting. 

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SEEKING TOP TEACHER TRAINERS
Seeking America’s Top Teacher Trainers - We are seeking highly qualified, educators, administrators, presenters or facilitators to provide professional development and in-service trainings for primary through secondary schools and districts across the country. You must enjoy public speaking, training and staff development. You will train educators to use our research-based and highly successful Classroom Management strategies.
Every consultant serves as an independent contractor - this position does NOT pay hourly or a salary. This is a contract assignment.
Applicants who meet the requirements will be invited to attend one of our next 4-day Train the Trainer sessions:
October 12-15 in Las Vegas, NV
October 26-29 in Atlanta, GA.
Interested In Learning More - Please visit my website at http://rustymayinc.com/become-a-trainer/


Contact:
Rusty May
Rusty May Inc.
10 S Sherman Drive
Bear, DE 19701
302-261-6465


Posted 9/18/17


EASTERSEALS TEACHERS NEEDED IN TINLEY PARK & ROCKFORD
Special Education Teachers
Easterseals serves 33,000 clients annually in programs across Chicagoland and the Rockford Region in Illinois and Northwest, Indiana, proudly employing over 600 dedicated professionals since 1936. We offer a wide-range of programs, some of which include therapeutic schools and adult programs for individuals living with autism spectrum disorder and other intellectual disabilities, inclusive early childhood education, early intervention, home visiting, training and more.

Education/Certification:

    Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and Illinois State Type 10 teaching certificate or LBS1 (limited or unlimited) or;      
    Bachelor’s Degree and an Illinois State teaching certificate in an area of regular education, and a Special Education endorsement, letter of approval or a short term emergency letter of approval.

Experience Required:
    Completion of required clinical hours for teaching degree/certificate.        Experience working with special needs population necessary.

If interested please send resumes to:
jobs@eastersealschicago.org
Contact:
Audra Molyneaux
Human Resources Recruiting Manager
Easterseals
1939 W. 13th Street  •  Chicago •   IL  •  60608
P 312.491.3990 x 10009 • F 312.262.2507
amolyneaux@eastersealschicago.org

Posted 9/5/17

EASTERSEALS TEACHERS NEEDED IN CHICAGO
Special Education Secondary/Post-Secondary Teacher

Easterseals serves 33,000 clients annually in programs across Chicagoland and the Rockford Region in Illinois and Northwest, Indiana, proudly employing over 600 dedicated professionals since 1936. We offer a wide-range of programs, some of which include therapeutic schools and adult programs for individuals living with autism spectrum disorder and other intellectual disabilities, inclusive early childhood education, early intervention, home visiting, training and more.

Education/Certification:
    Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and Illinois State Type 10 teaching certificate or LBS1 (limited or unlimited) or;      
    Bachelor’s Degree and an Illinois State teaching certificate in an area of regular education, and a Special Education endorsement, letter of approval or a short term emergency letter of approval.

Experience Required:
    Completion of required clinical hours for teaching degree/certificate.          Experience working with special needs population necessary.

If interested please send resumes to:
jobs@eastersealschicago.org
Contact:
Audra Molyneaux
Human Resources Recruiting Manager
Easterseals
1939 W. 13th Street  •  Chicago •   IL  •  60608
P 312.491.3990 x 10009 • F 312.262.2507
amolyneaux@eastersealschicago.org

Posted 9/5/17

CICS/REGENERATION SCHOOLS NEED K-8 TEACHERS
ReGeneration is a non-profit charter management organization that established a partnership with Chicago International Charter Schools (CICS) 4 years ago to turnaround failing schools, into quality schools.  Our campuses are located on the Southside of Chicago: CICS Avalon, CICS Basil, and CICS Washington Park. Our mission is to ensure that all children have equal access to high quality, college preparatory education.  We truly believe that no matter what a child’s social or economic status, that all kids deserve access to a quality education.

Minimum requirements:
    Valid IL LBS1 certification (for SpEd positions)
    Valid IL IL Type 03, IL Type 09, or Provisional license
    Bachelor Degree from an accredited institution required.

To learn more about our schools and openings and apply, visit here!

Contact:
Sarai Martinez
Associate Director of Talent
CICS Avalon | CICS Basil | CICS Washington Park
smartinez@regenerationschools.org
(773) 347-0200

Posted 8/10/17

U of C ASSESSMENT ADMINISTRATORS NEEDED
The Behavioral Insights and Parenting Lab at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy is conducting a large-scale research study at multiple preschool centers in the Chicago area, which begins this fall.  As part of the study, we are looking for individuals who can travel to preschool sites on an intermittent basis over the next 2+ years to administer assessments to preschoolers in both English and Spanish.

Our ideal candidate is a retired teacher who speaks both English and Spanish.

The full job description is here.
Contact:
Dave Koch, MSW
Research Coordinator
Behavioral Insights and Parenting Lab
Harris Public Policy
The University of Chicago
1155 E. 60th St. Room 226A
Chicago, IL 60637
O: 773.702.0832 | biplab.uchicago.edu

Posted 7/14/17

ENGLISH TEACHING FELLOWS WANTED
    At WorldTeach we are seeking teachers for our Ecuador Global Education Fellowship. As a Fellow, you will be on the front lines of international education and innovation, developing your professional skills and cross-cultural expertise while expanding your global network. This fully-funded, 10-month program combines teaching in primary or secondary schools and extensive professional development in the breathtaking Amazon or Sierra (Andes) regions of Ecuador.

    Requirements: native English speaker, 21-74 years old, previous international/volunteer experience.

For more information please contact:
Nolan Sutker
WorldTeach
One Brattle Square, Suite 550
Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
www.worldteach.org
Phone: 857.259.6646
Email: publicity@worldteach.org
See ABOUT FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT at the bottom of this page.
Posted 11/17/16

PART ­TIME EXPERIENCED AP & ENGLISH ONLINE TEACHERS WANTED
Dandelion  International Institute provides services to Chinese students that wish to either pursue academic studies or a cultural experience in the US. We are looking for AP and English Teachers to create and rearrange AP and English language Powerpoint lesson packages, and provide free lessons for students in China. You will be paid based on experience, and on a regular basis.
Job Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (MA preferred, a minimum AP/English teaching experience of 5 years, experience designing or editing Powerpoint lessons, knowledge of the internet and web­related technologies
If interested, please fill out the PEC Online Program Teacher Application Form.
For more information, please contact:
Mimi Ho
Dandelion International Institute
1300 Valley Vista Drive Suite 205A, Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Phone: (909) 895­7605 ext. 109
Email: mimi.ho@dreamon­edu.com
Website: http://www.dreamon-­edu.com/teacher/recruit

Posted 9/15/16

SEASONAL FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER
Are you a high energy, people person, good with kids and adults alike, and interested in honing your skills in a fun work environment?
We are a unique school portrait company looking for seasonal photographers. 
Requirements:
1)  lots of Energy!    2)  Ability to wake up early;   3)  Must be able to be very silly;   4)  Great communication skills, friendly professional demeanor for adults and school staff;   5)  Reliability is key;    6)  Patience and a gentle nature as we work with small children;   7)  Ability to think quickly and troubleshoot on the spot.
Pluses for potential candidates:
1)  Own a DSLR;   2)  Able to carry equipment weighing up to 50 lbs.;   3)  Car and/or licensed driver;   4)  Experience photographing or working with children.

Days start early and sometimes go late.  Maturity and dependability are a must while balanced with high energy and an ability to make kids smile.
More info:
•Pay range is $15 - $35/hr. depending on experience and responsibilities;   •Crews are paid from arrival time until return time - some crew will have end of day in studio tasks and will remain on the clock;   •On average our days can start as early as 6AM and typically go until later afternoon;   •Most crews meet at our studio in Logan Square and return to the studio at the end of the day;   •We work at schools in the greater Chicago area;   •Our main seasons are Fall (Sept-Winter Break) and Spring (March-May);   •We train photographers in our standard operations.
How to respond:
Please send an email to hiring@picture-day.com
Please include your resume and a link to your work online.

Contact
Adam Milton
Photography Hiring

Picture Day
2822 N. Kedzie
Chicago, IL 60618
t (773) 276-4588

Posted 8/18/16


ABOUT FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT

When contemplating overseas employment, take the time to research the offer carefully.  Make certain of the financial condition of your prospective employer.

PERSONAL SAFETY.  The U. S. Department of State (http://www.state.gov/) publishes advice on Crisis Awareness and Preparedness, Travel Warnings, Emergencies Abroad, Passports, Visas and more.  Links are provided to the home pages of US Embassies and consulates throughout the world, offering the most up-to-date possible information on conditions at the location you’re considering.

SALARIES.  While salaries often appear very low when translated into American dollars, remember that foreign costs of living are also frequently low.  (For example, we are told that recently a Rangoon, Myanmar [Burma] pedicab driver who received a $100 tip bought a home with the money.)  On the Web, you can get an exchange rate quote on any currency at any time from http://www.exchangerate.com/.

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