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The Notebook launches education job board

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The Notebook, in collaboration with two other education news publications, has introduced a new job board for education jobs in Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. The job board covers a range of opportunities, from teaching positions to counseling and administrative roles to ESL coordinating. A variety of jobs are located in Philadelphia, and other positions can be found in New York, New Jersey, and Colorado.

The new job board aims to be a resource for job seekers and schools alike, said Shawn Phillips, the Notebook's advertising sales manager.

"We believe that schools and other organizations that hire educators will come to rely on the Notebook's job board to find top candidates, because qualified educators read our site and have come to depend on us for up-to-date news, commentary, and analysis on the things that directly affect their careers in the Philadelphia area," he said.

The job board, dedicated solely to positions in education, is designed to be hassle-free with no registration necessary. It also features full job-search capabilities, similar to those on Monster and CareerBuilder.  

Employers can post job opportunities, which will be cross-posted on GothamSchools' and EdNews Colorado's job boards as part of a joint effort with the newly formed Education News Network, which was created after the two sites merged. The collaboration helps streamline the educational job search and elevate it to a nationwide level.

The Notebook's job board can be found on our site's navigation bar.

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