Join the North Carolina New Schools team:
- Policy Intern: This paid internship position provides research, planning and operational support for the day-to-day projects and initiatives of the organization, with an emphasis on the organization’s policy advocacy. The intern will conduct research and analysis on North Carolina New Schools’ efforts to expand its work in four new states. Learn more.
- Director of Communications: This position is responsible for ensuring strong public visibility of the organization and its network schools with compelling information based on insightful research and engaging narrative. Learn more.
- Director of Sponsored Programs: This position directs the preparation and submission of federal grant applications and proposals and ensures compliance with agencies’ regulations. Learn more.
- Director of Human Resources: This position plans, directs and coordinates all human resources activities of the organization. The person in this position reports to the Senior Director, Finance and Operations. Learn more.
Join an innovative secondary school in North Carolina:
- SandHoke Early College is hiring for four positions: science teacher, Spanish teacher, technician assistant and administrative assistant. Please send resumes and interest letters to Principal Colleen Pegram at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Collaborative College for Technology and Leadership (CCTL) in Statesville is hiring a social studies teacher for the 2015-16 school year. Please send resumes and interest letters to Teri Hutchens at email@example.com.
- The Northeast Academy of Aerospace and Advanced Technologies is hiring teachers (known as instructional coaches) in all content areas. For more details, visit the website for this new regional charter STEM school located in Elizabeth City.
- Craven Early College and Early College EAST will have a Spanish teacher position opening to serve both schools beginning July 28, 2015. Craven Early College is in New Bern, NC, and is on the campus of Craven Community College. Early College EAST is on the Havelock Campus of Craven Community College. The schools are looking for an innovative and motivated individual that can integrate blended and personalized learning for students through the Spanish curriculum in non-traditional ways. The teacher will be responsible for Spanish I and Spanish II content. The 1:1 school allows for students to have access to their own computers in a 24:7 environment. Interested applicants should contact Todd Bradley, principal of Craven Early College High School, at (252) 637-5706 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Macon Early College in Franklin, NC, is hiring an English teacher to start March 16, 2015. Contact Principal Todd Gibbs at (828)306-7007 or email@example.com.
- Mattamuskeet Early College High School is hiring for four positions: 1) EC Teacher with experience working with Occupational Course of Study and the North Carolina Virtual Public School preferred — special education license K-12 required, cross categorical preferred; 2) an instructional technology facilitator (10-month contract, available immediately; must have a valid NC Educator’s License in License Area 00077); 3) media coordinator; and 4) middle grades science teacher (starting Aug. 2015). 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wayne School of Engineering, located in Goldsboro, NC, will have a high school math position for the 2015-16 school year. Please contact Principal Gary Hales at 919-734-0070 or email@example.com.
- South Creek High School (Martin County) is seeking a science teacher for spring 2015. Interested applicants should contact Alan Hagen at 252-795-4081 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology in Charlotte, NC is seeking a CTE Technology Education instructor. Computer science or technology background is necessary. Contact Ms. Brown at email@example.com or follow this link to see the posting.
- 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 2015-16 cohort. Learn more.