Post Your Resume

post-resume-picMake Yourself Visible to More Employers

Post your resume on Jobs.Teachers.Net in just a few minutes, and instantly become visible to registered employers seeking to fill their jobs with qualified teachers.

Employers not only post jobs for teachers on Jobs.Teachers.Ne, they can access the Resume Search to browse, discover, and contact teachers directly with jobs and/or income opportunities.

To list your resume and become “discoverable”, you only need to sign up for your free Job Seeker account on jobs.teachers.net. Then log in to add your resume, create a profile, and indicate your visibility preference in the database. In just a few minutes, your resume can be listed our searchable database allowing registered employers to view your information and contact you directly via email.

We took one more step to make this a no-brainer for you. There is no cost to store your resume or use any of the teacher job searching services on Jobs.Teachers.Net, period. Support for this service is provided by on-page advertisements and a nominal job listing fee paid by job listers.

Good Deal! So How Do I Get Started?

  1. Begin by creating your free Job Seeker account.
  2. Log In and visit “My Dashboard“.
  3. Your page will display a new set of tabs, click on the one called “Resumes”.
  4. Here you can select the “Add a Resume” button to create and manage your resume/CV. Be sure to complete all fields, and don’t skip the resume “keywords” which are used by employers to discover and contact teachers in our database. Visit our Resume Tips (link to post) for more advice on submitting your resume on Teachers.Net .
  5. Preview and save your resume, then you have the option to keep it private (recommended for draft versions), or to make it “visible” (published) in the Jobs.Teachers.Net database. Viewable resumes are “discoverable” in resume search results conducted by registered job listers.
  6. Your resume is now saved, viewable and editable in your Dashboard (under Resumes tab). You can also attach the resume when you “Apply Online” for job listings posted on Teachers.Net.

*Note: Search results from Indeed.com and SimplyHired will have a separate application process.