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Other Opportunities for Educators,
including opportunities for experienced educators looking to serve as a mentor or instructional coach, or to play a leadership role within a school.
The Open Market Hiring System closed on August 7th, 2013. The
Excessed Staff Selection System
opens on August 9th, 2013 and will be available until April 2014 for excessed staff seeking positions. Excessed staff that registered in Open Market through August 7th, 2013 are not required to re-register. Other individuals in excess who did not previously register for the Open Market must register as a new user within the Excessed Staff Selection System before they may access it to review schools and vacancies and submit applications.
Teacher Hiring Support Center
(THSC) is managed by the Office of Teacher Recruitment and Quality and is a valuable resource center for existing NYC Department of Education teachers who are searching for new teaching positions within the DOE. Our office supports teachers in excess, teachers in closing/phasing-out schools, and teachers looking to transfer during Open Market. Please visit
for more information on our services including recruitment fairs, workshops, announcements, new school vacancies, Teachers or Tomorrow, and direct access to Open Market.
Peer Instructional Coach (PIC)
teacher leadership position funded through the Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grant is
open through Friday, June 19
. The PIC is a school-based role in which the selected teacher will teach
two periods per day and spend the remaining periods supporting other teachers to improve instruction and student learning aligned to Danielson’s Framework for Teaching. This person will work with groups of teachers within his/her school and will utilize formative classroom visits, debriefs, and other professional learning experiences to support a distributive leadership model. The PIC receives $12,000 differential in addition to regular salary as well as ongoing targeted professional development.
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