Careers

Join the North Carolina New Schools team:

  • Math and Science Instructional Coach: Instructional Coaches are 12-month full-time positions that require significant travel.  The start date for positions advertised in September 2014 is January 1, 2015. Learn more: Job Posting: Instructional Coach
  • Director of Institutional Advancement: This director manages corporate, foundation and major gift fundraising. The position reports to the senior director of institutional advancement and works on a team with the director of federal institutional advancement and the director of grants management. Learn more: Job Posting – Director of Institutional Advancement
  • Director of Federal Institutional Advancement: This director will research and identify opportunities for funding and collaboration with a broad range of government agencies including defense, agriculture, energy, education, labor, and others; research and write  proposals for consideration by government funders and national philanthropies; and advocate for NC New Schools and its partners with national organizations and government representatives. Learn more: Job Posting: Director of Federal Institutional Advancement

Join an innovative secondary school in North Carolina:

  • Robeson Early College is hiring a teacher to teach both English I and civics. Please contact Sheila Gasque at (910) 374-7018 if interested or for further information.
  • Union County Early College is hiring an English teacher. Interested applicants should contact Principal Tim Conner at (704) 290-1565 or tim.conner@ucps.k12.nc.us.
  • James Kenan High School, in Warsaw, NC, seeks a math and EC teacher.  Interested applicants should contact Principal Michael Holton at mholton@duplinschools.net or (910) 293-4218.
  • Valley Academy (aka Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy) in Lexington, NC, is looking to hire a math teacher (called instructional coaches to signify new role with students as active leaders in their own learning). This opening is available immediately and offers 11-month extended employment for the next four years. Dual certification a bonus. Must be creative risk-taker committed to collaboration with colleagues and business/higher ed partners, piloting project-based learning, competency-based grading, entrepreneurial 21st century skills, and career and college readiness. For more information, contact James Fitzgerald, CEO at 336-242-5820 or visit the Davidson County Schools website.
  • Mattamuskeet Early College High School is hiring for three positions: 1) a CTE Industrial and Trades Education teacher; 2) an instructional technology facilitator (10-month contract, available immediately; must have a valid NC Educator’s License in License Area 00077);  and 3) media coordinator. Please submit an application to NCDPI and select Hyde County Schools as a recipient. For more information, contact M.D. Coleman III at (910) 231-5268 or mdcoleman@hyde.k12.nc.us.
  • North Duplin Junior Senior High School in Mount Olive seeks a principal to lead the 7-12 school. Job posting closes Aug. 2, 2014. Interested applicants should contact Felicia Brown, Chief Officer for Human Resources/Leadership Development, at fbrown@duplinschools.net or 910-296-6626.
  • Warren Early College High School is currently seeking a dedicated, humble, and qualified high school math teacher. This person would be responsible for planning, writing and executing engaging lessons aligned to the North Carolina Standard Course of Study. Additionally, this person will be required to work with our team to develop strategies to meet the academic as well as social and emotional needs of all students. Interested candidates should contact Principal Ryan Hurley at 252-820-0611 or rhurley@warrenk12nc.org.
  • Duplin Early College High School has a math opening teaching Math III and IV for the 2014-15 school year. Interested applicants should contact Principal Tanya Smith at tansmith@duplinschools.net and (910)296-1136.
  • SandHoke Early College High School seeks a math and an English teacher to join the team. If you are looking to grow as a professional, be empowered as a leader, work with excellent colleagues who all envision every student graduating with a high school diploma and two-year degree, contact Dr. Womble at fwomble@hcs.k12.nc.us for more information.
  • NC STEP is an alternative licensure program seeking mid-career professionals and recent college graduates interested in becoming secondary science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) teachers. Applications are available now for the 2014-15 cohort. Learn more.

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