Office of Educator Preparation

Regional Career Opportunities

Welcome! We will periodically post opportunities here, so check back often.


These websites are excellent resources for students and grads seeking work or internships: - education jobs - Maine/NH school jobs


Other Opportunities...

Americorps at LearningWorksLearningWorks logo

LearningWorks in Portland is currently accepting Americorps applications for 2018-2019. Visit their site for more information and to apply:

Lead Teacher and Assistant Teacher Positions at Seedlings to Sunflowers

See descriptions linked below for Lead and Co-Teacher job openings at Seedlings to Sunflowers, a new 5300 sq ft nonprofit Childcare and Family Center located at 11 South Gorham Crossing in Gorham. The Center is scheduled to open June 18, 2018. Lead Teachers needed: 6 wks - 6 mo  classroom & 6 mo- 12 mo classroom. Co-Teachers needed: infant classroom, 1-2 year-old classroom; 2-3 year old classroom. All positions are FT; may hire PT Floater 20-30 hrs/wk.

The center will provide an Experiential Learning Model (ELM) to include an 18x24 Greenhouse and a culinary program. Visit them on FB - 

They hope to not only encourage professional development goals, but also aim to provide opportunities for training and to support staff in following their desired career path.  Seedlings to Sunflowers is committed to paying higher wages to all staff after 6 months, 1 year and beyond. Additionally, staff will be paid during center closings, offered a fair time off package, wellness reimbursement plan and eventually health care benefits.

Resume and cover letter may be sent to Meghann Diggles ( 

Lead Teacher Job Description PDF icon 

Assistant Teacher Job Description PDF icon

Short-term Childcare Needed - July 22-August 3

Nanny needed for child with severe disabilities at a vacation rental in Standish, ~30 mins from Portland. Looking for someone for ~11:30-4:30, m-f from 7/22-8/3, with weekends, if possible. Pay is $20/hr, for ~25 hours/week. 

"We are looking someone to come relieve us around lunchtime to feed her, and give her community habilitation services per her Medicaid ISP, then feed her dinner before leaving. She's on a purée diet, so while she loves to eat, it can take a while, and the process needs to be handled carefully. She is the sweetest, most loving little child, who has a profound impact on anyone who meets her."

If interested, please contact Heather MacLeish at: