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Updated April 28, 2017 - 4:15 pm

Miami-Dade County Public Schools

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All instructional candidates must be eligible for a State of Florida teaching certificate and have a completed profile in TeacherMatch.

If you are interested in being interviewed for any of these positions, please email your resume to the principal directly (unless otherwise instructed).

When you submit your resume, please write the SCHOOL NAME and the SUBJECT AREA in the subject section of your email.


You are invited to participate in Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ TEACHER FAIR 2017!  This event is your chance to learn more about M-DCPS and to
interview with principals from throughout our district who are ready to make job offers.  One of those offers could be yours!  Below are important event

When:         Saturday, May 6, 2017
Where:        Miami Springs Senior High  – 751 Dove Avenue – Miami Springs, FL 33166
Time:          9:00am – 1:00pm (registration begins at 9:00am and doors open at 10:00am)

This event requires pre-registration.  Please let us know of your intention to attend by Wednesday, May 3rd, via the following link:

We look forward to seeing you soon!

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Applicants Wanted: Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) is in the midst of a targeted recruitment campaign aimed at attracting individuals with a strong STEM background for a highly selective summer program, the TEACh Strong Summer Academy.  This summer immersion program will prepare participants to become excellent STEM teachers.

In its continued commitment to impact the academic achievement of the students in its highest need schools, M-DCPS will afford those selected the following opportunities:

  • Participation in an intensive six-week summer training (May 31st – July 13th) consisting of enrichment programs, hands-on work experience and a comprehensive professional development curriculum
  • Access to mentor teachers and additional support from District Curriculum Support Specialists (CSS)

Immersion in this summer training experience will prepare program participants to make an immediate impact on the students they will serve, and the ongoing professional development and other support opportunities will continue to strengthen their performance as educators throughout the course of the school year and beyond.

Participants will receive a $3,500 stipend to be paid in two equal parts of $1,750 each.  First payment will be issued upon successful completion of initial three (3) weeks of the training, and a second installment upon successful completion of the full six (6) weeks.*

Minimum requirements:

  • Completion of a Bachelor's Degree in a STEM field
  • No prior teaching experience as teacher of record in a K-12 classroom
  • Completion of M-DCPS employment application (see link below)
  • Commitment to full six-week summer academy
  • Commitment to teach in a M-DCPS high-need secondary school
  • Commitment to taking and passing all sections of the General Knowledge Test (GKT) and applying to the FLDOE for certification prior to full-time (FT) hire – not required for acceptance to program

Associates who successfully complete this six-week program and have met all M-DCPS pre-employment requirements, will be hired into FT teaching positions with the district.

For more detailed information and instructions on how to apply and be considered for this program, please click on the following link –

Application Deadline: May 5th, 2017

*First stipend payment will be issued on July 7, 2017.
*Second stipend payment will be issued on August 4, 2017.

Highly Qualified Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Teachers Wanted: The Office of Instructional Recruitment and Staffing is maintaining a
database of highly qualified ESE teachers. This database will be used to keep eligible applicants up to date on current and anticipated vacancies
districtwide. If you are a highly qualified ESE teacher seeking employment, we want to hear from you. Recruits/teachers holding eligibility in ESE K-12
only (without a core area) are not eligible to be part of this database. Click here for more information and application instructions.

Division of Exceptional Student Education
Immediate openings for full-time and part-time audiologists to provide services to students in school settings. Must be state licensed. Job duties
include, but are not limited to performing audiological evaluations, selecting and fitting Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs), taking ear mold impressions,
trouble-shooting devices, and providing training to students, teachers and others in the proper use and care of ALDs. Interested and eligible applicants,
please contact Dr. Ann Marie Sasseville, Executive Director at (305) 271-5701 or email

School Psychologists Wanted: The Division of Exceptional Student Education is seeking qualified professionals for the position of School Psychologist.

Applicants must have experience working with children and have either a current certificate in School Psychology from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) or be licensed as a psychologist through the Florida Department of Health.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and a copy of their state certificate or license to by
May 1st, 2017

Only eligible candidates who meet the aforementioned criteria will be afforded the opportunity to interview.


Elementary Schools

Agenoria Paschal/Olinda Elementary
   Elementary Ed
   SPED- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Auburndale Elementary
   SPED - Varying Exceptionalities (VE)

Bel-Aire Elementary
   Elementary Ed

Brentwood Elementary
   Elementary Ed

Comstock Elementary
   Elementary Ed/Gifted

Dr. Manuel C. Barreiro Elementary
   SPED- PreK

Fulford Elementary
   Elementary Ed
   Elementary Ed/Gifted

Howard Drive Elementary

Jesse J. McCrary Elementary
   Elementary Ed/Gifted
- If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Zachary Garvin, Instructional Supervisor, at

Lake Stevens Elementary
   SPED- Prek

Laura Saunders Elementary
   Elementary Ed

Liberty City Elementary
   Elementary Ed
- If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Zachary Garvin, Instructional Supervisor, at

Norland Elementary
   Elementary Ed

Norwood Elementary
   SPED- Specific Learning Disability (SLD)

Palm Spring North Elementary
   Guidance Counselor

Pine Villa Elementary
   SPED - Varying Exceptionalities (VE) Consultative

Riverside Elementary
   Elementary Ed/ESOL
   Elementary Ed-Bilingual Content Curriculum (BCC) (Requires Spanish language proficiency)
   SPED- Varying Exceptionalities (VE)

Scott Lake Elementary
  Physical Education

Shadowlawn Elementary
   SPED-Specific Learning Disability (SLD)

Toussaint L'Ouverture Elementary
   Elementary Ed

William A. Chapman Elementary


K-8 Centers

Benjamin Franklin K-8 Center
   ESOL (temporary assignment until June, 2017)

Campbell Drive K-8 Center

Devon Aire K-8 Center
   Physical Education

Dr. Rolando Espinosa K-8 Center
   SPED- Pre-K

Edison Park K-8 Center
   SPED- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Gateway Environmental K-8 Center

Leisure City K-8 Center
   SPED-Varying Exceptionalities (VE) Consultative

Lillie C. Evans K-8 Center
   Elementary Ed
   Elementary Ed/Gifted
   SPED- Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD)


Middle Schools 

Hialeah Middle
   SPED-Intellectual Disabilities 

Rockway Middle
   Guidance Counselor- (Part-time)
   Math (Part-time)
 - If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Mr. Eric Gonzalez at or Ms. Karina Garcia at

Ruben Dario Middle

South Dade Middle
   SPED- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)


Senior High Schools

Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior
   SPED-Intellectual Disabilities (IND)

American Senior
   SPED-Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

BIOTECH@ Richmond Heights 9-12 High School
   SPED-Varying Exceptionalities (VE) Consultative
 - If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Daniel Mateo, Principal at

Homestead Senior
   SPED-Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Miami Norland Senior
   Senior JROTC Instructor
 - If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Zachary Garvin, Instructional Supervisor, at

Miami Senior

Miami Southridge Senior
   JROTC Instructor

Miami Sunset Senior
  Senior JROTC Instructor
  SPED-Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

North Miami Senior
  SPED-Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
 - If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Zachary Garvin, Instructional Supervisor, at

Robert Morgan Senior
   SPED - Varying Exceptionalities (VE)

Ruth Owens Kruse Senior
   SPED- Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (EBD)

South Dade Senior
   SPED- Varying Exceptionalities (VE)

Special Schools/Centers

Academy for Community Education

Comprehensive Health Services
    Nurse – must be licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse or eligible to practice nursing in accordance with Florida Administrative Code 210-8 or
    be certified as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner in accordance with Florida Statute 464. If interested and eligible, please send your resume
    to Wilma Steiner, Director Comprehensive Health Services ( or Vanessa Robles, Project Manager, Full Service

Robert Renick Educational Center
   SPED-Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (EBD)/Math
   SPED-Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (EBD)/Social Science

Thena Crowder Early Learning Center

William H. Turner Technical Arts Adult Education Center
   Hourly Part-time positions are available beginning April 17th in the following areas:
   Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science)
   Social Studies
 - If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Nicholas Emmanuel, Vice Principal, at


Other Vacancies

iPrep Math program seeks part-time (PT) Math teachers - We are maintaining a database of fully certified Math teachers interested in PT (hourly)
work. Although many of these positions are currently filled, we continuously update this database of eligible recruits in the event a position/s becomes
available. You must hold or be eligible for State of Florida certification in the area of middle school or high school mathematics. Previous teaching
experience is preferred. If you meet these requirements and would like to be included in this database, please email your resume to: Ms. Ana I. Flores,
Director,Instructional Recruitment - Make sure to reference PT iPrep Math Openings in the subject line of your email. For
additional information on this position and program, please click here..

Science Teachers Wanted: We are currently maintaining a database of fully certified (preferably experienced) science teachers in anticipation of
openings throughout the school year. You must hold or be eligible for a State of Florida teaching certificate. All areas of science are welcome (e.g. middle
grade science, biology, chemistry, etc.). If you meet these requirements and would like to be included in this database, please email your resume to:
Ms. Ana I. Flores, Director,Instructional Recruitment - Make sure to reference Science Teacher Vacancies in
the subject line of your email.

The Adult and Community Education Division is currently looking for teacher applicants for the 2016-2017 School year. Please note all positions
listed below must meet Vocational Teacher requirements. (click for job description

Miami Lakes Educational Center and Technical College
   Commercial Vehicle Driving (Part time)
   Cosmetology Teacher (Part time)
   If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Lourdes Diaz, Principal at:

Robert Morgan Educational Center and Technical College
   Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology (Part time)
   Electronic Service Technology (Part time)
   If interested and eligible, please send your resume to Reginald Fox, Principal at:


Job Descriptions for Academic Coaches

Science Coach (click for job description)

Miami Southridge Senior

Reading Coach (click for job description)

Leisure CIty K-8 Center

Math Coach (click for job description) 


Minimum Requirements for Academic Coach Positions:
Three years teaching experience
Leadership experience (e.g., department head)
Certification in the subject area (must be Highly Qualified)
Resume must clearly reflect experience and certification for the subject area (reading, science, or mathematics). Please include current and previous
TEACHING experience, email address, telephone number, references, and employee number (if applicable). Requirements are state mandated and resumes from individuals who do not meet minimum requirements will not be considered.   


Division of Early Childhood Education
Immediate opening for a Part-Time (PT) Teacher to provide support to VPK Private Providers and enhance articulation to neighboring public schools.
If interested and eligible, please send resume to Estela Rivero at


Transfer Process for Current Full-Time Instructional Employees:
If you are currently a full-time teacher with M-DCPS looking for a new instructional position, please review and follow the Voluntary/Hardship Transfer process outlined in the M-DCPS/UTD Collective Bargaining Agreement. Transfer application forms for Voluntary/Hardship Transfers can be found here.

Temporary Instructors (Substitutes) Wanted: Are you responsible, available and eager to work in an instructional environment? Do you need a job with a flexible schedule? Are you looking to sharpen your skills as an educator? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then substitute teaching may be just the job for you!.

To qualify for a Temporary Instructor (Substitute) position, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must be 19 or older and have completed a minimum of 30 college credits
  • You must complete a two-day Temporary Instructor (Substitute) Training offered by Miami Dade College*

For more information and detailed application instructions, please click on the following link -

*Information on who may be exempt from this training requirement can be found by clicking on the link above.


To create your own profile and search for postings, please visit -

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