June 27, 2002
Educator Vacancy List Makes Job Search Easier
for a teaching job in Illinois? Want a job search option that is effective
and efficient? Now there is one place to go for teaching jobs -- the
Illinois Education Job Bank at www.illinoiseducationjobbank.org/JobSearch/JobSearch.aspx.
Education Job Bank is an interactive job vacancy list for teachers,
administrators, school service personnel and non-certified school service
personnel. By visiting the Job Bank, applicants can use this free resource
to search by region, grade level and position for job opportunities
in urban, suburban and rural districts throughout the state.
Of Illinois’ 894
pubic school districts, 97 percent are using the Job Bank to post openings.
Each month more than 500,000 individuals and district personnel use
this resource, which currently lists more than 900 positions in school
can submit resumes on-line for various locations and positions throughout
the state. Once a resume is submitted, it is sent to districts that
have matching vacancies. An e-mail message notifies individuals when
a job matching their requirements is posted.
Once a resume
is submitted, it will be sent to districts posting vacancies matching
the particular criteria collaboration of the Illinois Association of
School Administrators and the Illinois State Board of Education, the
Illinois Education Job Bank benefits job seekers and school districts.
another school year approaching, districts face the task of finding
intelligent, motivated and enthusiastic teachers to mold the futures
of two million school children across the state,” said State
Superintendent of Education Respicio Vazquez. “This is a one-stop
shopping place for job seekers and school districts.”
subscribing to this on-line service, districts can post job listings
that will be seen by potential applicants from across the country and
view the resumes of prospective candidates,” said Illinois Association
of School Administrators Executive Director Walt Warfield. “We
are happy to be able to provide this valuable service.”
control the information posted, as well as determine when and how long
the information is available on the site. Subscription fees for both
public and private schools are based on student enrollment.