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Old 09-22-2013, 10:08 AM
 
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I am looking for a job....Does anyone know any good websites for prek or teachers in a public school? I have tried indeed, simply hired, and craigslist. Any other suggestions???


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Have you tried the individual websites of the districts you are interested in?
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It seems like most states now have a contract with some big education jobs website. My state uses EdZapp; I've also read about Applitrak, I think it's called, from people here. They're all horrible, but it's where the jobs get posted.

Check your local school district's website. Chances are there's something there about checking for jobs on EdZapp or wherever. And then once you're there, you can find listings for other schools in the area, too.
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Not sure about other places but I go to:
https://services.education.wisc.edu/...ogin/form2.cfm

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http://ww2.wisconsin.gov/state/emplo...LoadSeekerHome

but even those don't cover all openings.
I have found very few openings listed on the state job service site. I have found a few with Indeed, Monster and http://www.higheredjobs.com/
although most of those are on campus schools/childcare and pay is pretty bad.


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k12jobspot.com if you are looking in the US
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I am in CA and look religiously at EDJOIN for work. I thought it was originally for CA public schools but noticed recently you can choose your state in search parameters. Also see private and online listings on occasion. The saddest part though is there are way more jobs in admin than teaching, and they look better paid as well. If I had more handy man skills......the custodian gigs look pretty comfy to me !!!! Good luck in your efforts. I know how you feel. I was a pretty high powered business woman before I decided to give up the money for the kids. The lack of jobs and the bureaucratic system leaves me feeling like a tiger chasing her tail. BUT WAIT, that attitude isn't going to help us, just keep on keeping on. Hope to hear about your new job here soon ! Andrea
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