One of EdJobList.com's most useful features is the job alerts tool, which you can use to set up job alerts based on your favorite location and keywords. As you sip your morning coffee, you'll be able to pop into your email inbox and check out what opportunities opened up the evening before. The job post is just a click away. With job alerts, you can rest easy knowing you'll be notified when jobs open in your area.
Last weekend, when my flight home was delayed, I chatted with all sorts of airport “neighbors” waiting with me. One gal who had connections in a local school district told me about how often interviewers will tell an applicant, "We think you'd be great for this other job coming soon... but it isn’t posted yet. So keep an eye out for it!” This is a perfect opportunity to set up an alert and be the first to apply for the position.
It is free to set up an account and set up these alerts. Once you land an interview, you can help us out by telling the hiring committee that you learned about the job through EdJobList.com.
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