SchoolSpring is an educational recruiting site that employers can use to find and hire teachers, administrators, support staff and more. Employers can post jobs on the site, and search for candidates using the website's pool of qualified professionals from across the country.
Completely free trial, no card required.
Reach over 150 million candidates.
1 Job Posting
Pros: Site receives over 2 million annual visits.
Cons: Website can be difficult for users to navigate. Posting is expensive.
Bottomline: If you're able to learn how to navigate the pop-up ads and unusual settings, SchoolSpring may be useful as a secondary recruiting resource.
How to Post a Job on SchoolSpring:
- Click "Post a Job."
- Choose the posting package that you would like to purchase.
- Log in or sign up for a new account.
- Enter your payment information.
- Enter all of the job details.
- Submit your post.
SchoolSpring Key Information:
7801 Nieman Road, Suite 200, Shawnee, KS 66214
How do I edit a SchoolSpring job posting?
You edit your postings by signing into your account and opening them up. Changes can be made to the various fields before you hit "Save."
How do I delete a SchoolSpring job posting?
Postings can be deleted by clicking the "delete" button next to the posting in your account.
How do I create a SchoolSpring account?
To create an account, follow the job posting steps and select the option to post as a new employer when you reach it. This will guide you through creating a new account.
Are there any SchoolSpring alternatives?
What kind of teaching jobs can you post on SchoolSpring?
SchoolSpring can be used to post any teaching jobs, from elementary from junior high to high school.
How do I find the best teachers on SchoolSpring?
The details in your job description are important, but you can also use SchoolSpring's search tool to search their candidate pool and locate candidates that suit your needs. If you find someone who looks promising, you can send them a job invite.
The district I work in now does use SchoolSpring and each department head is always bamboozled by the amount of applicants but they spend a lot of time weeding out the people who just press "apply for this job" without a tailored cover letter and are wildly unqualified.