Teaching Opportunities at NEISD
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The District has openings throughout the year for teachers.
How to Apply:
- View the current job listings, and select the job you're interested in.
- Save or apply for the job.
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- Once your account is created and/or you've logged in, submit your application by clicking "Apply" in the bottom-right corner.
- Fill in the required information and submit!
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Salaries & Compensation
Salaries for new classroom teachers and librarians are based on the salary ranges below (10-month work schedule). Salaries listed below reflect the 2022-2023 school year.
In accordance with House Bill 3, the ranges above include additional compensation for classroom teachers with more than five (5) years of experience.
All salary ranges are adopted annually by the Board of Trustees. The District ensures salary placement for new hires will be based on verified years of experience according to the Commissioner’s Rules on Creditable Years of Service. These ranges should not be used to project salary amounts for subsequent years.
In addition, teachers and librarians may qualify for the following stipends:Advanced Degree Stipends
Performance and Other Supplemental Stipends
Bilingual & ESL Stipends
The District searches for the most qualified, fully-credentialed candidates for principals consideration in filling teacher vacancies. The majority of teachers hired in the district possess full state certification at the time of employment. These candidates will be given preference in the screening and selection process for employment.
Alternative Certification Programs
In identified “critical needs” areas, principals may give consideration to candidates admitted to Alternative Certification Programs (ACP’s) with official approval and sanction by the Texas Education Agency. There are a few local and regional post-baccalaureate programs leading to master’s degrees and teacher certification in “critical needs” areas whose candidates may also be given consideration.
The District considers ACP teacher candidates, which have taken and passed content area TExES certification exam, for the following “critical needs” shortage areas to complete field experience/clinical teaching requirements.
- Special Education
- Languages Other than English
- Technology Applications
- Computer Science
- Health Science Technology
- Family Consumer Science Education
- Technology Education
- Deaf or Hard of Hearing
The District does not administer an in-house Alternative Certification Program.
Helpful LinksTexas Educator Certification
College for Texans
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It
LEE HS Softball Coach
17 years with NEISD
"I loved every bit of high school and NEISD. I loved it so much that I decided to be an educator at NEISD. I am currently in my 17th year in education, all in NEISD. When I graduated from college in 2007, I knew coming back to NEISD was the only thing on my mind. But returning to the high school that started it all was a dream come true. I am home and will forever be a LEE Volunteer!"
Teacher at Coker ES
29 years with NEISD
"It doesn’t matter how big our District has gotten. It’s kind of like San Antonio. It might be a big city, but you will know someone everywhere. NEISD is a family. I love this District and this community."
Music Teacher at Huebner ES
12 years with NEISD
"North East ISD has given me opportunities not just to grow students, but to grow myself as a leader that has taken me to opportunities across the state and the nation. I'm so thankful to work for NEISD!"
Principal at Royal Ridge ES
15 years with NEISD
"Serving as principal of Royal Ridge is both the best job I have ever had as well as the most impactful. Taking what I have learned in NEISD schools since the age of 6 and paying it forward has definitely been the driving force behind the work we do."