Teaching positions in New York

Teaching positions in New York


The Most up to date list of teaching jobs throughout New York.  This list includes both full time and part time positions, many of them with full benefits.  If you love teaching and you love New York, then this is what you’re looking for!

Posted 12.23.10

Teacher/Coordinator (P/T)

The Lehman College Adult Learning Center is looking for a creative, energetic, bilingual (English-Spanish) educator to work as a teacher/coordinator for an innovative family literacy project in five Bronx middle and high schools. This is a substantial part-time position. ESOL teaching experience essential, familiarity with public school environments and/or family literacy experience preferred. This is a new project with room for growth. Saturday and some evening availability is required. There is some flexibility in terms of other hours. Salary dependent on experience. Please send resume and cover letter to Azi Ellowitch at azi.ellowitch@lehman.cuny.edu.
GED Instructor (P/T Evenings)

The Pre-College Academic Programming Department at LaGuardia Community College has openings for a p/t evening GED Instructor. Classes will begin in mid-February and meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm. A minimum of a BA, familiarity with the GED exam and three years experience teaching reading, writing and math is required. The hourly rate is $33.18. No phone calls please. To apply, visit http://www.rfcuny.org/hr/pvn/cgi-bin/show_job.asp?pvn=RIS-1199.

ESOL Teaching Position (P/T)

Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation is looking for dynamic and creative ESOL teachers for adult classes meeting Monday to Thursday 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Classes are located in Brooklyn, near the Crescent St. stop on the J-line. Salary $27.50/hr. Classes will begin in January. Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to Kent Katner at kentk@cypresshills.org.
ESOL Instructors (P/T)

The Adult Learning Center at NYC College of Technology/CUNY seeks ESOL instructors for beginning to low-intermediate level classes in two locations (downtown Brooklyn and lower Manhattan) starting in January. Responsible for theme-based curriculum development, instruction, and record keeping. Must be creative, organized, sensitive to the needs of a culturally diverse student body, and committed to learner-centered, participatory education.

Two classes are for construction workers and will meet M/W, 6-9PM. Two are for restaurant/food service workers; one will meet T/Th, 9AM-12 noon, the other M/W, 9AM-12 noon.

BA + 2 yrs. experience required, MA preferred. Experience in or knowledge of the relevant field is desirable. $31/hour. Rsum & cover letter to Joan Manes, email: jmanes@citytech.cuny.edu.

Posted 12.13.10

ABE/Pre-GED Instructor (P/T)

Provide adult basic education instruction to adult students to help them obtain necessary skills so they will be able to read, write and compute proficiently. Direct the program in a manner that supports student retention and daily attendance. Select, score and interpret TABE. Deliver appropriate ABE and Pre-GED instruction. Report attendance, test scores, and outcomes. Part-time Monday to Thursday, 6-9 PM. Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts/Science degree required and 2 years of successful teaching experience with an adult population. Please email jobs@literacypartners.org with resume and cover letter. No phone calls please.

Posted 12.8.10

ABE Instructor (P/T)

The Marks JCH of Bensonhurst (South Brooklyn), is seeking an ABE Instructor to work 2 evenings per week (from 6:45 to 9:45pm). Immediate opening: class begins in January. BS/BA required, (MS/MA preferred), 2 years of ABE/GED/Adult Literacy experience. Send resume and cover letter to: marinab@jchb.org.

Posted 12.2.10

Volunteer Tutors

CWE/1199 Resource & Learning Center needs tutors to help adult learners prepare for exams, specifically in the required reading, writing & math skills necessary to pass GED, CUNY (college) & C-NET (nursing) tests.

The center is open for scheduled tutoring sessions on Mondays & Thursdays, 10am – 8pm.

Contact Ms. Jean Prioleau, Supervisor, 25 Elm Pl, Brooklyn Cluster, 2nd flr.
Brooklyn, NY 11201: Phone #718.797.4372; email: jean.prioleau1199funds.org.

Posted 12.1.10

ESL Teacher (P/T)

Rutland Adult Day Health Care Center is looking for an ESL teacher to teach two separate groups of high functioning seniors, one Chinese, the other Russian. Very active and highly motivated to learn. One hour class per group after 4:00 PM (two hours per week). Days are flexible. Rate is $50.00 per hour. Chinese speaking preferred but not a must. Supportive staff. Rutland ADHCC is located in a residential section of central Brooklyn, close to transportation and parking. Please contact Sharon Wang, Program Drector @ #718-604-5400 or email resume to: swang@kingsbrook.org.

Posted 11.30.10

GED/Work Readiness Instructor (P/T)

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is a non-profit organization that empowers young adults and adults to become self-sufficient and financially secure through job training, education, job placement, and vocational and support services. The Adult Education and Literacy Program is seeking a GED/Work Readiness Instructor for classes Monday-Friday, 9-12:30. Candidates should have experience teaching adults or young adults all five content areas of the GED with demonstrated outcomes.

Qualified candidates should submit resumes to Michelle Lopolito, Director of Adult Education and Literacy, mlopolito@obtjobs.org.
GED Teacher (P/T)

The South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the South Bronx. The Education and Career Development department is currently seeking an experienced GED teacher for our winter semester. Candidates should have experience teaching GED to adult populations and be able to demonstrate positive outcomes. Classes run Monday-Thursday from 6pm-9pm.

Interested candidates should submit their resume to Tara Canty, Program Manager, at taracanty@sobro.org. (No phone calls please).

Posted 11.23.10

ESL, GED, and Spanish GED Teachers and Tutors (Volunteer)

Community Impact is a non-profit organization located on the Columbia University main campus that serves community members. GED Teachers, ESL Teachers, Spanish GED Teachers, and GED tutors are needed for the Spring 2011 session that runs January 26 – May 5th. Teachers are asked to volunteer to teach one day a week for two hours. ESL classes are in the evening from 4-6 and 6-8 while GED classes are in the morning and evenings.

If you are interested in any of these positions, please state your preferences and submit a resume to Juanita Erb, JEEP Coordinator, at jteinnyc@hotmail.com.
Math Lab Instructors (Volunteer)

Community Impact is a non-profit organization located on the Columbia University main campus that serves community members. Math Lab teachers instruct low-income neighborhood adults in preparatory math classes for the General Educational Development (GED) and college admissions test. Volunteer teachers must commit to one 2 hour class a week for six weeks, every Friday from 9:30am-11:30am starting in February and ending in March or April, depending on availability.

If you are interested in this position, please submit a resume to Milesh Patel, College Road Coordinator, at mileshmpatel@gmail.com.

Posted 11.19.10

ESL Teacher (P/T)

Rutland Adult Day Health Care Center is seeking a per diem ESL teacher to teach two groups of highly motivated/active seniors (Chinese and Russian clients) once or twice a week at/after 4:00PM. One hour lesson per group at $50 per session. Relaxed atmosphere. Located in a residential area of central Brooklyn. Very close to bus and subway, parking. Please call Sharon Wang, Program Director at 718-604-5400 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              718-604-5400      end_of_the_skype_highlighting for further information.
GED Bridge to Health Instructor (P/T evenings)

The Pre-College Academic Programming Department (PCAP) at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY is seeking an experienced instructor to teach in the contextualized GED Bridge to Health Program. Bridge to Health classes focus on questions and issues in the healthcare professions through the use of authentic texts and activities derived from health care and science settings. The Bridge to Health instructor will teach 11.5 hours per week, on Mondays from 6-9pm, Wednesdays from 6-9pm and Thursdays from 4:30-9pm.

For a full job description and to apply, please visit: http://www.rfcuny.org/hr/pvn/cgi-bin/show_job.asp?pvn=RIS-1191

Posted 11.17.10

TESOL Instructors (P/T Volunteers)

Volunteer TESOL teachers needed at Cabrini Immigrant Services. Teachers can create their own lessons and select their own books.
Volunters are needed for morning, 10-12, afternoon, 1-3 and evenings, 6-8.
Expectations: a volunteer teacher commits to two 2 hour classes per week.
Mon. and Wed. or Tues. and Thurs. at the same time each week.

We are located at 139 Henry St. in Manhattan. (F Train) Please contact:
Joy Haas, TESOL Coordinator
Telephone: 212-791-4590 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              212-791-4590      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
e-mail: jhaas.cis@gmail

Posted 11.16.10

Curriculum Writer (F/T)

PHI is seeking for a curriculum writer to write and edit a variety of instructional materials for direct-care workers and their supervisors, long-term care leaders, and long-term care consumers. This position offers an exciting opportunity for writers interested in workforce development, aging, organizational change, or long-term care issues.


  • Exceptional writing skills.
  • Precise copy editing and proofing skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to work collaboratively.


  • Ability to write for lower-literacy audiences and from diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously.

For a full job description and instructions on how to apply please visit: http://phinational.org/about/job-openings/.

Posted 11.9.10

Substitute ESOL Teaching Position (P/T)

Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation is looking for substitute ESOL teachers for adult classes meeting Monday to Thursday 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Classes are located in Brooklyn, near the Crescent St. stop on the J-line. Salary $27.50/hr. We anticipate a more permanent position opening up in January. Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to Kent Katner at kentk@cypresshills.org.

Posted 11.5.10

Adult Tutorial Education Center Coordinator (F/T)

The Adult Tutorial Education Center Coordinator is responsible for directing, coordinating, and supervising the adult tutorial ABE education center. Direct the tutorial program in a manner that supports measurable increases in student learning in reading, writing, and numeracy. Increase student retention and attendance consistent with the goals outline in Literacy Partners latest Strategic Plan and the annual targeted NYSED goals. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, Literacy training and/or 2 years experience teaching preferably adults, experience managing volunteers. Send resumes and cover letters to:

Posted 10.29.10

ABE Instructor (Volunteer)

ACE, a job-training program for individuals facing multiple barriers to employment, is looking for a volunteer ABE instructor to lead small group classes in either literacy or math. Each class is held once a week, for an hour and a half. Volunteers must be available during regular office hours, and must be reliable. Please do not contact us about this opportunity if you are unable to commit to one day a week on a regular basis. Please have experience teaching adults.

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to: rgrinstein@acenewyork.org.

Posted 10.28.10

Literacy Specialist (F/T)

The Queens Library currently has an opening for a Library Literacy Specialist in the Long Island City Adult Learning Center. The Library Literacy Specialist will assist in outreach and student recruitment. Assist with intake and assessment of students. Maintain files & records including ASISTS and EBP purchasing. Assist students with computer-assisted instruction. Provide small group instruction. Assist in training of volunteer tutors Perform other duties as required.

Minimum qualifications: BA or BS degree in Adult Education or related field required. Master’s degree preferred. Requires minimum 2yrs F/T work experience in Adult Basic Education. Resume to employment@queenslibrary.org, reference “Lib.Lit.Spec.LongIslandCity_EXT” in the subject line.


Posted 10.19.10

Adult Basic Education Instructor (P/T)

Phipps Community Development Corporation-NYC Justice Corps (Bronx), is seeking an Adult Basic Education Instructor. The Adult Basic Education Instructor will be responsible for teaching two 6 hour classes two days a week for 10-15 Corps members who test below a 6th grade level for reading and/or math. The instructor will assist with designing and implementing a 20 week curriculum that incorporates Justice Corps concepts into reading instruction. A complete description of the NYC Justice Corps can be found at www.nycjusticecorps.org.


  • Bachelors or Masters Degree in Education
  • Minimum of three years experience teaching adult learners
  • Experience working with adjudicated youth or adults
  • Experience as a reading specialist with ability to work with multi-level ABE students within the Level 1 range
  • Knowledge of adult learning theories, using contextualized curriculum
  • Classroom experience with knowledge in teaching phonics, fluency, and comprehension

To Apply: To request a full job description, email resume to ksmith@phippsny.org.
Adult Basic Education/GED Instructor (P/T)

Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC), is a nationally recognized South Brooklyn based, non-profit community development corporation formed in 1978 that works to transform the lives of over 5,000 low and moderate income New Yorkers annually so that we can all live and work with dignity and respect while making our community more equitable, sustainable, inclusive and just.

FAC is looking for a qualified and experienced ABE/GED Prep Teacher to work 10.5 hours a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Applicant must have excellent math and writing skills and be patient, creative, diligent, articulate, and organized. BA/BS degree is required, and at least one year of recent, relevant teaching experience. Applicant must have excellent computer skills.

Please send resume and cover letter to Brian Mendes at bmendes@fifthave.org.

FAC is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). Women, people of color and neighborhood residents are strongly urged to apply.
Early Childhood Educator (P/T)

The Coalition for Hispanic Family Services is seeking to fill a 21-hour a week part-time educator position in their Family Literacy program in Corona, Queens. The pay is negotiable and applicants will teach early childhood education, develop curriculum, and assist in the development and facilitation of PACT activities. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply. Ideal candidates will have experience in the aforementioned job skills, and must have experience working with children. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter and resume to familyliteracyprogram@gmail.com.