As with many jobs, finding great teachers to staff your school or organization can be tough in this tight labor market. But using the right free job posting sites for teachers can help you save money and get better candidates.
Top 10 Paid and Free Teaching Job Posting Sites:
|Our Rank||Site Name||Posting Options|
|1.||Indeed||Free and paid options.|
|2.||Google for Jobs||Free job postings.|
|3.||Glassdoor||Free and paid options.|
|4.||Learn 4 Good||Free job postings.|
|5.||Serious Teachers||Free job postings.|
|7.||SchoolSpring||Paid, starting at $250.00.|
|8.||TeachingJobs.com||Paid, starting at $75.00.|
|9.||Top School Jobs||Paid, starting at $195.00.|
|10.||Teachaway||Paid, starting at $350.00.|
Teaching Job Posting FAQs:
We're advertising teaching jobs but not getting quality applicants. Any tips?
If you're getting your teaching positions out in a number of locations and offering pay and benefits in line with the market, it might be time to look at your job posting.
Be sure you're not just listing requirements and qualifications, but giving teachers good reasons to work with you as well. You can find more in our article on job posting templates.
Are there any other places where I can post a teaching job free?
Yes, if the sites above aren't working for you, try posting your teaching jobs on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Also, check to see if there are local job boards that allow free job posting and places where teachers tend to go that would allow you to post a help wanted flyer.