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Employment Opportunities 

Englewood Cliffs Public Schools strictly adheres to an online application process. If you are interested in applying for employment, you must complete the online application. Once you submit your online application, it will be available for review by our principal and other administrative staff. To navigate to our online employment opportunities page please click the following link: ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 
All candidates must submit an application through the Englewood Cliffs Online Applicant Application System. Applicant must upload certification/s, transcript/s, and professional recommendation letters. If documentation is missing the applicant will not be considered.  Only electronic applications will be accepted.

Please do not mail or bring transcripts, resumes, letters of recommendation, or additional documentation to the district unless it is requested.

Due to the large volume of applicants, we are unable to respond to inquiries regarding your online application or discuss available positions.

Thank you for your interest in the Englewood Cliffs Public Schools.

New Online Substitute Application Process Additionally, to facilitate a smoother and more efficient application process, the NJDOE is announcing amendments to the substitute teacher application process for school districts and applicants. Effective on February 10, 2021, all substitute credential applicants must initiate their applications online through the New Jersey Teacher Certification Information System  TCIS.  A Guide for Applicants: How to apply for Substitute Credential or CTE Substitute Credential provides detailed information on completing the online application. Once the applicant applies online, the appropriate County Office of Education shall assist with the approval of the substitute credential application in TCIS.
 
 Reminder A substitute teacher is a certificated individual assigned to temporarily fill a position, whether it be a vacancy caused by retirement or resignation, or a temporary leave due to a short- or long-term absence of the assigned teacher. The NJDOE has many certificate options that allow for service as a substitute teacher. An individual is qualified to serve as a substitute teacher, with varying service limits depending on the type of credential or certification, if he/she/they hold at least one of the following: • substitute credential;
 • certificate of eligibility (CE);
 • certificate of eligibility with advanced standing (CEAS);
 • standard certificate in any instructional area;
 • educational services certificate; or 
• administrative certificate.