May 19, 2013

Houston ISD Hiring Spanish Bilingual Teachers

Houston Independent School District (HISD) has openings for motivated bilingual teachers who are invested in making an impact on student achievement. Top candidates are encouraged to submit applications at by the Early Application deadline of 5/22/13. Candidates that apply early will have the best chance of securing early contracts for the 2013-14 school year.

HISD is a diverse, student-centered school district that's just as innovative as the nation's top charter schools. HISD is looking for teachers who are excited by innovation, committed to inspire and motivate all learners, and dedicated to unlocking the potential of every student.

The current starting salary for a 10-month teacher with a Bachelor's degree is $45,887. HISD offers a comprehensive benefits package to teachers, including medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance, flexible spending account options, and vacation time.

$5,000.00 incentives are available, while they last, for teachers hired for the 2013-2014 school year to teach in critical shortage areas including: Bilingual (Spanish), Spanish, secondary math, secondary science, and special education areas such as Autism, Life skills, Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities, DeafEd, and Behavior Support.

By filling out one application, applicants gain access to a network of nearly 300 diverse schools looking for qualified, experienced teachers. Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree, hold a valid Texas teaching certification (or reciprocal out-of-state certification), and pass a background check. HISD is committed to diversity in hiring and employment practices and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

We share HISD's belief that an effective teacher in every classroom is our city's best chance for a bright future.

To apply to teach with HISD, please visit HISD's online application at

Vaughan, A. [LIM-A] Houston ISD Hiring Spanish Bilingual Teachers now! LIM-A listserv (LIM-A@LISTS.UMN.EDU, 15 May 2013).

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