Recent Monster.com job postings:
Math for America: The Newton Fellowship Program is designed to attract mathematically talented recent college graduates and mid-career professionals into high school teaching. Candidates must have a bachelors degree with substantial coursework in mathematics (at least 18 credits at a Calculus or higher level) and should be able to demonstrate a strong interest in teaching. Applicants also must be willing to commit to a five-year fellowship term. Individuals who are currently teaching, are certified to teach or have completed an education degree program are not eligible.
Charles County Public Schools, La Plata, MD - Mathematics Teacher: Growing, suburban-rural county school system 30 miles south of Washington, DC. Job Qualifications: Minimum BS in Mathematics and student teaching or teaching experience. Job Description: Teach geometry to high school students.
Institute for Children and Policy - Policy Analyst: The Institute for Children and Poverty (ICP) is an independent research and policy think tank based in New York City...ICP's work is multi-faceted, engaged in three main areas of action: original research and program evaluation, technical assistance, and outreach and advocacy. Job Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in the social sciences - Excellent written and oral communication skills - Creative thinker and problem solver - Ability to make effective presentations in group settings. Job Description: Design and implement surveys - Analyze original data on child poverty - Cultivate and maintain relationships with government officials, social service providers, and policy makers - Produce books, reports, and fact sheets - Develop pieces for various national and international journals.