Welcome to the INCS Online Resume Bank.

Please join us at the 2019 INCS Teacher & Administrator Job Fair on March 9!

Register for the Job Fair and Resume Bank below.

The Illinois Network of Charter Schools (INCS) will host its 14th annual Teacher & Administrator Job Fair on Saturday, March 9, 2019. Representatives from charter public schools across Illinois will be recruiting hundreds of teachers, social workers, counselors, nurses, and school administrators. INCS seeks highly qualified candidates who are excited to work in a mission-driven environment and are ready to TEACH, LEAD, and SUCCEED. To register for the job fair and upload your resume into our year-round database, please select “Candidate Registration” above.


Teachers and Administrators will have the opportunity to:

Schools will have the opportunity to:

Agenda:

* Interviews are conducted at the discretion of charter school leaders, who may contact teachers in advance or invite them in person after the Meet-and-Greet portion of the fair. INCS does not have any additional information to share with candidates at this time.

Parking:

Parking is limited and public transportation is encouraged.


Did you know INCS also has a jobs board? Click here to browse current openings in Illinois charter public schools.

To find a charter public school near you, please visit us here.

If you have any questions about this registration and resume bank or would like to receive outreach materials, please contact Anne Levy Brown, INCS Charter Growth Manager, at alevybrown@incschools.org

ABOUT INCS: The Illinois Network of Charter Schools (INCS) advocates for the improvement of public education by leveraging the charter school model as a catalyst to transform lives and communities. INCS works to ensure that charter public schools have adequate and equitable resources, the autonomy to find innovative approaches to meet student needs, and a fair and transparent policy landscape that allows high-quality options to thrive. As the voice of Illinois charter schools, INCS engages a diverse coalition of policymakers, school leaders, parents, and community members to create systemic change and secure high-quality schools for undeserved communities. Learn more about us here.