Teaching Jobs

Teachers are essential to students across the country. With our established network of school districts nationwide, Soliant offers top-notch teaching job opportunities with your career growth in mind.

With Soliant on your team, you’ll receive dedicated support throughout your career journey in general education. We recognize the incomparable difference that you make in the lives of your students, and we’re here to do the same for you.

Whether you’re looking for contract teaching jobs in the location of your choice or online teaching jobs for a work-from-home lifestyle, we’re sure to have the perfect opportunity waiting here for you.

Teaching Job Responsibilities

Not only do teachers inspire their students to achieve their best, but they are also skilled in being able to teach the curriculum. While the day-to-day teaching job may look different according to grade level, teachers should anticipate a variety of responsibilities.

The responsibilities of a general education teacher job may include administering homework and assignments, supervising and grading exams and homework and educating students on following moral codes. In addition to these expectations, the role of a teacher, whether in a contract teaching job or online teaching job, should also include preparedness to make sure they’re providing a welcoming classroom environment, creating and distributing progress reports and conducting parent-teacher conferences to discuss students’ progress. Teachers build their curriculum and lesson plans according to their state and the U.S. Department of Education guidelines. This can require a creative individual to ensure that the content is taught in a unique and impactful manner.

Education Requirements for Teaching Jobs

Before applying to general education teacher jobs, it’s important to note that there are various certification and teacher education requirements. In terms of education, a bachelor’s or master’s degree is required to qualify.

In addition to this, teachers will need to obtain specific licensing by passing the teacher certification test. The passing scores of this exam may vary according to state; however, it is a requirement to become a teacher. These requirements also apply to online and contract teacher jobs.

General Education Teacher Job Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for teaching jobs is on the rise. Between 2021 and 2031, employment of kindergarten, elementary school and middle school teachers is projected to grow by 4%, and employment of high school teachers is projected to grow by 5%.

We anticipate continued growth of teaching jobs, which also varies by state. It is certainly an opportune time to seek out a job position as a teacher.

Find your dream teaching job today by browsing our openings for general education teacher jobs below, including contract and online teaching jobs!