Jobs

Talent Recruitment System

The Louisiana Department of Education’s Talent Recruitment System is a free, web-based service that pairs job-seeking educators with Louisiana districts/schools seeking to hire them. To join the Talent Recruitment System you must first create an employment profile. After creating your employment profile you are able to notify specific districts of your interest in working there. Additionally, as your profile preferences match to specific job vacancies posted to the Teach LA website you will receive automated email notifications informing you of these job opportunities. When you notify a district in your interest in working there, as well as when your profile matches to a job vacancy, your employment profile will become viewable to that particular hiring authority.

Click here to register as a Teach LA account holder and then you will be able to create your Employment Profile.

Click here to complete your Employment Profile.

Click Here to View PowerPoint with Training Notes on Creating an Employment Profile in the Talent Recruitment System. 

Click here to view Job Seekers Tips to using the Teach LA website and the Talent Recruitment System.

 

Job Opportunities

Interested in attending a job fair for one of the Louisiana public school systems?  As school systems provide this information, you can find their announcements listed below.  (Please note that this information is provided to the Division of Certification, Preparation, & Recruitment by school districts and is subject to change. For more details, please contact the school district directly.)

The 10th Anniversary Charter School Teacher Fair will be held for pre-registrants on Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Hynes Charter School located at 990 Harrison Avenue in New Orleans, LA.  Walk-ins are welcome to participate from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Both certified teachers and teachers working toward certification are encouraged to attend. Be sure to post your resume before the fair so principals can review it immediately at www.gnocollaboarative.com and bring multiple copies to the teacher fair.  Over 60 schools will be participating.  Don't miss out!  For more information, call 504-897-6110 or email hharper@h2nola.com

The City of Baker Schools is hosting a Teacher Recruitment Fair on Thursday, March 31, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the City of Baker School Board Office, 14750 Plank Road in Baker, LA.

The East Baton Rouge Schools External Staffing Fair will be held on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Woodlawn High School, 15755 Jefferson Highway, Baton Rouge, LA.  Participants must present copies of their teaching certificate, verification of enrollment in an alternate certification program from the program provider, and a resume to be admitted to the Staffing Fair.  Qualified applicants who apply online at www.ebrschools.org by May 15, 2016 will be invited to RSVP/Pre-register for the External Staffing Fair.  Questions may be submitted to recruiting@ebrschools.org or 225-922-5481.

Morehouse Parish Schools is seeking to hire a School Psychologist:  Applicants must meet Louisiana certification requirements at the time of application.  A copy of your certification credentials, completed college transcript and a resume must be attached to your letter of application.  Applicants should be knowledgeable about Louisiana Bulletin 1508 evaluation procedures and all pupil appraisal responsibilities of serving as a school contact person, including: SBLC, RTI (academic/behavior), administration and interpretation of standardized assessments, IEP, 504, and IDEA discipline procedures. National Certification and school system experience is preferred.  Applicants will be scheduled for interviews beginning April 11, 2016.  The official start date for this position is July 15, 2016. Applications should be mailed to Danny Nevala, Director of Psychological and Intervention Services; Morehouse Parish School Board, P.O. Box 872; 4099 Naff Street, Bastrop, LA 71221-0872