If you’re into social media, education, and awesome things then you’re in luck! Edudemic is proud to announce a brand new way to find a job. Not just any jobs mind you. These aren’t Monster.com or Careerbuilder jobs. They’re pure social media, technology, education, and other nifty jobs that get posted daily. It’s all happening on the new Job Board.
It’s time to reward yourself with a new career (if you want one). If you don’t want a new job but know someone who does, send them over to the Job Board so they can get started on their new career.
How It Works
- It’s totally free
- Jobs are posted by readers of Edudemic, schools, companies, and the government
- The job board is updated with fresh positions every day
- You can search by your town, city, zip code, keyword, and other helpful tools
- Got a position you need filled? It’s just $10 for 30 days for a featured listing. That means the listing can be in a different color or size if you want it to really pop. FYI, that money goes purely to finding more jobs and running Edudemic.
So head over to the Job Board (might wanna bookmark that link) and check it regularly. You can also find a ‘Jobs’ link at the top of every Edudemic page. If you get an interview or a job from the board, be sure to drop a line to edudemic [at] gmail.com!
A Sample of Positions Just Added
Application Engineer for Intel
In this position, you will be joining a fast-paced client software technologies team, within Intel’s Software and Services Group (SSG), as an application engineer responsible for enabling Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) applications to take advantage of the next generation IA platforms.
Assistive Technology Specialist Job in DC Schools
School district is seeking an Assistive Technology Specialist for the 2010-11 school year. This is a great environment for specialists that seek to serve students with cognitive disabilities, autism and secondary disabilities. Qualified Assistive Technology Specialist should be able to: identify and procure instructional and assistive technologies for students with mild-multiple disabilities, assess a student’s technology needs and integrate such technology into the daily instruction and routine for the student, and provide consultation to colleagues and families regarding technologies.
Education Developer for the US Air Force
Take a chance to become a part of the biggest change in the history of US Air Force Logistics. CSC has taken the challenge and has partnered with US Air Force to create the Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS). The ECSS program will provide integrated software, standardized business processes and transform personnel roles. One primary focus has been to improve the warfighter’s capabilities by establishing Total Asset Visibility, Total Asset Optimization, and to improve product quality and data accuracy.
Contract Special Ed Teacher
Contract Special Ed Teacher in West Virginia. Soliant Health has school district looking for a Special Education Teacher specializing in Autism. We’re partnering with a school district in eastern West Virginia that is loooking for a Special Education Teacher for the 2010-2011 school year. Interviews are being arranged so apply now. Applicants but have expereince with Austism.