Most often, we are introduced to schools via educational preparation and certification programs. It is left up to the individual to network, often times we are offered employment. Substitute work can also gain entry to the desired school for employment. Show principals what you are made of!. The interview processes usually consist of a lesson plan, a lesson done, and a few answered questions.
Answered - Teacher (Current Employee) - New York, NY
I was interviewed nearly 20 years ago, so I'm certain things have changed. I participated in a district-wide job fair at the time.
Answered - Classroom Teacher (Current Employee) - New York, NY
It is professional and generally fair.
Answered - IEP TEACHER/SPECIAL EDUCATION LIAISON - PS 156 (Current Employee) - Queens, NY
New applicants are first interviewed by the school principal, and then by a committee of employees of the school. Members of that committee are made up of a teacher, parent coordinator, and union rep.
Answered - Teacher (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Asked about my previous jobs, they didn't focus on call center ter experience.
Answered - Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - 65 court street 6th floor
Phone Interview and then a regular interview
Answered - Service Desk Technician (Current Employee) - Tulsa, OK
The interview process was very professional and to the point
Answered - Computer/Technology Teacher - Brooklyn (Former Employee) - New York, NY