Member Job Board

AAEE has launched our AAEE Job Boarda recruitment service exclusively for our member organizations. AAEE employers may post job vacancies and candidates from our university member institutions may register, search and apply for positions.

The job board is a separate system from our members' portalif you would like access, you will need to register. Follow the appropriate link below to be taken to the board, when you arrive, select "Click here to register" to get started. All new users will be screened to ensure AAEE membership statusauthorization will occur within 48 business hours.


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Register today and get started posting your open positions or helping your students find their new career!

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Job Search Tips and Employment Advice for Candidates

The search for a professional position in education might seem like a daunting task, but we have ideas and resources to help you get started!

  1. Come to the AAEE Annual Job Fair. The job fair is held at each AAEE national conference. For 2016, the AAEE Job Fair is Nov. 13, in Nashville, Tennessee. You’ll have opportunities to interact with recruiters from across the country as well as some international representatives..  
  2. Take a look at our publications!
    Your career center may have these resources, but if you want your own or additional copies, AAEE publications are available on this website. Our most substantial resource is the Job Search Handbook for Educators. You’ll find recruitment and job fair notices from employers as well as grad school opportunities. With 60+ articles about the education job search, articles are targeted and comprehensive—covering every aspect of the application process, preparing documents, interviews, networking, social media, relocating, and much more!  This handbook will be your go-to resource to help you through every step of the job search.
  3. Connect with your university career center
    Your career center has resources to help with your job search:
  • Employer links and referral systems; Workshops or seminars; Mock interviews; Substantial website resources; Alumni networks; Professional career counselors and advisors to respond to your questions and provide targeted guidance.
  • Even if you graduated "XX" years ago, your career center will offer resources—often online—for your search.
  • Through membership in AAEE, your university may be able to help you connect with AAEE member employers across the U.S. as well as some international locations.  Ask your education career services office for networking assistance.

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