Careers in NYC Schools
New York City public school teachers are a key influence on the education of 1.1 million children.
Principals and Assistant Principals lead schools and inspire teachers to help their students succeed.
Experienced DOE principals and assistant principals who can demonstrate sustained success in driving student achievement growth are encouraged to apply for exciting new career ladder opportunities in schools throughout the city.
The Department of Education has opportunities for pupil personnel service providers (speech pathology/speech improvement, guidance, social worker, school psychology, and attendance teacher). Additionally, positions are available for substitute paraprofessionals, substitute teachers, parent coordinators, school secretaries, lab specialists, and more.
Employees working in central administration support our 1,600+ schools and their staffs to help students succeed. Learn more about current career opportunities.
The New York City Department of Education offers opportunities for part-time and full-time internships in various areas of the organization.
The DOE’s Active Military & Veterans Project offers resources for DOE employees and job seekers who serve or have served in the US armed forces.
Educators who have been displaced by Hurricane Maria can apply to the NYS Education Department for a Temporary Hurricane Maria certificate, which will allow them to teach in New York during the 2017-18 school year.