Further information can be found online at the Institute for Effective Education website.
Those who have completed the teacher certification program may find it helpful to consult the following employment links:
The complete schedule of Spring 2013 events at the Career Center is also available here: Career Center Spring 2013 Schedule.
Newark Collegiate Academy, a KIPP school
909 Broad St
Newark, NJ 07102
High School French Teacher (9-12)
Newark Collegiate Academy offers four years of both French and Spanish to our students. We need great French teachers to help them learn a language and culture that will open doors for them in their futures. Why join TEAM? Great question! We’re really passionate about kids, teamwork and improvement. To find out more about why great teachers join TEAM Schools, visit our website here. Why else? Working at a TEAM is a lot of fun, which we think is super important! Email: gro.sloohcsmaetnull@ofni. Start date: 7/1/2013.
Cranbury School is seeking a K-8 French Teacher for the 2013-2014 school year. Please submit letter of interest, resume, NJ Certification, three letters of reference, latest evaluation and transcripts to: Susan L. Genco, Ed. D., Chief School Administrator gro.loohcsyrubnarcnull@enolehgnaa.
Bernards Township officially posted a .8 HS French position. For more information, please follow this link to the district site.
Chatham High School
This position for a full-time, tenure track Teacher of French will start September 1, 2013. Responsabilities include teaching upper level French classes, including AP and French IV, to students at Chatham High School. Requirements: NJ Teacher of French Certification, experience teaching high school students, high proficiency in spoken and written French and excellent class management skills. Please contact: Debra Becker, Human Resources Director. To apply online please visit www.chatham-nj.org.
The French Academy of Bilingual culture is looking to hire two full-time Assistant teachers for its Morris Plains location. Both positions require a native/near native speaker. Responsibilities include: Assist Head Teacher with all daily activities promoting educational, emotional and social growth of children; participate in planning and supervising of daily activities, to include lunch and recess; maintain a healthy, safe and engaging environment; attend staff training and bi-weekly staff meetings; and, supervise Before care children from 7:45-8:45 am two or three times per week. Other part-time positions after 3:00 pm are also available.
Requirements are: must have native/near native French fluency, strong pedagogical skills, and prior experience engaging and managing large groups of young children. Early Education Degree, camp counselor or other recognized group teacher experience preferred.
Please forward resume and cover letter to moc.cbahcnerfehtnull@enryBP
French-English bilingual programs in New York City’s public schools are growing. The programs were developed not only to serve the French families who had initiated after-school programs, but also to meet the needs of a growing number of diverse Francophone immigrant children who are emergent bilinguals, better known as English Language Learners. Also, more and more non-French-speaking families are signing up for these high quality programs.
A true bilingual revolution is taking place in New York’s public schools. In order to succeed, French-English bilingual programs in New York require a solid tri-partite partnership –– strong commitment from the schools’ leadership, very qualified and dedicated teachers, and ceaseless involvement from the parents at all levels. Schools hosting these programs also benefit from the diversity of the population they serve and the diversity of the teaching staff, able to incorporate linguistic and cultural differences into their pedagogy. This model is also rich in cognitive advancement and beneficial to the brain’s executive control functions as neuroscience researchers have shown in consensus.
The Clinton Hill School in Brooklyn
The Clinton Hill School, PS 20 in Brooklyn will be opening a French dual language Kindergarten class in September 2013. We are looking for exceptional candidates to start this French dual language program.
Our school is located on 225 Adelphi Street in the heart of Clinton Hill Brooklyn. The French dual language program will open with one kindergarten class of 24 students: twelve Francophone and twelve Anglophone or speakers of other languages. PS 20 is seeking to hire a teacher with New York State certification, American citizenship and/or permanent residency who is fluent in French and English. Please send your resume and cover letter in English as well as a French writing sample to Ms. Lena Johnson- Barbera Principal, at vog.cyn.sloohcsnull@arebrabL (include French Teacher in the subject of the email).
The Monitor School in Brooklyn
PS 110, located in historic Greenpoint, Brooklyn (next to bustling Williamsburg) is seeking a qualified French bilingual teacher to teach the 2nd grade during the 2013-2014 school year. We are seeking the right candidate to join the dedicated and experienced staff of PS 110 as it grows its French department each year.
PS 110 launched its French Dual language program in the Fall of 2011 with a kindergarten class. This 1st cohort of students is currently in the 1st grade and will move up to 2nd grade in the Fall of 2013. Both Anglophone and Francophone students in the current Kindergarten and 1st grade classes are progressing well in their English and French studies. Committed to educating the whole child, all students at PS 110 receive Common Core Standards academic instruction, nutrition, computer classes, Italian, play, enrichment and character education in small class settings. Students receive visual art and music instruction throughout the year in addition to supplemental art residencies such as Flamenco, Mark Morris movement, drumming, musical theatre, ballroom dance and drama through Shakespeare.
French Dual Language classes are instructed in French in the mornings and in English in the afternoons. All classes participate in all school programs and are part of our close-knit learning community.Applicants for the French classes should be New York State certified in elementary education and possess a bilingual extension or be in the process of obtaining a bilingual extension, as well as fluent in French.
French Bilingual Elementary Teacher in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn
We are seeking a highly qualified fluent French-speaking teacher for the 2013-2014 academic year. PS 58 started a French dual language program in September 2007 with 24 students. The program has since expanded as a result of its success and growing demand from French-speaking families in the neighborhood. This dual language program is a bilingual (or immersion) program where instruction in all subjects happens in both French and English. In each classroom, fifty percent of the students speak French at home. The other half speaks English or another language at home, and is developing proficiency in French.
By the end of fifth grade, students are able to speak, read and write proficiently in both languages. PS 58 is seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic candidates to teach in grades K-5. Qualifications required: Permanent US citizenship or green card; Teacher certification from New York State or another state with reciprocal agreements; Fluency in written and spoken French, Experience working with children; Excellent communication skills; Strong collaborative teaching skills.
Qualifications preferred: New York State certification in early childhood, childhood education, ESL and/or FSL; New York State extension in Bilingual Education – French; Knowledge of balanced literacy; Knowledge of bilingual education or ESL; Three years’ teaching experience in elementary education.
Should you have questions about the program or the position, please e-mail Marie Bouteillon atmoc.liamtohnull@nollietuobeiram<mailto:moc.liamtohnull@nollietuobeiram>. Please send your resume and cover letter in English and a French writing sample to Giselle McGee, Principal, at vog.cyn.sloohcsnull@eeGcMG<mailto:vog.cyn.sloohcsnull@eeGcMG>.
Middle School 256 in Manhattan
The new French Dual Language Middle School program on the Upper West Side of Manhattan is looking for a Francophone classroom teacher. Please read below for the details. MS 256, a screened public middle school (grades six through eight) on the upper west side of Manhattan is looking for a francophone classroom teacher with NYS certification (or in the process) – Grades K-6 – to join us in launching our French Dual Language Program this September.
Expertise in French Language Arts (reading, writing, and literature) and Mathematics preferred (training will be provided for Mathematics). Please contact the principal, Jeffrey Perl at vog.cyn.sloohcsnull@2lrepj for more information or to apply.
NYFACS in Harlem
Situated in the heart of Harlem, two steps from Columbia University and from 125th street, the New York French American Charter School welcomes students from Kindergarten up to 5th Grade for a French Immersion educational experience. For School Year 2013-2014 we are looking for francophone classroom teachers with NYS certification currently or in the process of obtaining NYS certification. We are also looking for NYS certified English speaking teachers for ESL, science and physical education.
Teachers at NYFACS need to be motivated, talented in many areas, with an open mind and preferably with experience in a multicultural and urban school environment. Please contact ten.scafynnull@pihsredael to submit a resume and cover letter.
Temporary position in Dual-language program at Middle School 51 in Brooklyn
A temporary position is available for 16 periods of French Second Language classes (grades 6, 7, or 8) and 9 periods of ESL pull-outs or push-ins per week to cover a 12 week or more maternity leave starting in September. MS 51 is a gifted and talented middle school in Park Slope, Brooklyn. We have a wonderful second language department and a new French Dual Language Program.