Hiring for CTYOnline is very competitive. Each year, we receive many more applications than we have positions available. Because our student enrollment varies during the year, we need instructors and teaching assistants who can begin work as soon as possible after being hired, often as soon as the necessary background checks are completed.
Applicants most likely to be selected for interviews hold at least one advanced degree or are graduate students in a relevant field. In general, we look for applicants who have teaching experience, a familiarity with the applicable age group, and the email and basic computer and technology skills needed to guide CTYOnline students to success in their online courses. For more information, see the Job Details associated with the position of interest to you, especially the General Description, Qualifications, and Preferred Qualifications.
For a list of CTYOnline math, science, and computer science courses, please visit the CTYOnline List of Courses
Hiring is an ongoing process, depending upon student enrollment. It is fair to say that an applicant's best chance of being hired will be during the summer, so applying during the spring is a good idea.
First, go to JHUjobs, and select "Find your new job" from the left column.
Second, enter "CTY" in the Keyword Search box, and select "Show jobs."
Third, review the job titles to see if any would interest you, and select that job title to find out more details, including qualifications.
Fourth, if you fit the desired qualifications and wish to apply, write down the Requisition number, and follow the directions below.
First, go to JHUjobs or login, fill out an application, use the Requisition number of the job that interests you to "Search for Jobs," and then apply for the job. It is also helpful to upload a resume with your application.
Second, if we think that your application and resume indicate that you may fit one of our current openings, we'll invite you for an interview.
Third, after the interview process, if you are selected and pass the necessary background checks, we will offer you a position.
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