To find open teaching positions at colleges, check the employment ads in such publications as the Chronicle of Higher Education in print and online. Professional organizations such as the National Council of Teachers of English also post online and printed notices about open positions, as do local newspapers, in the classifieds and Help Wanted sections, and the Human Resources offices of colleges in your area.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, a professional publication for university or college faculty and staff that posts job notices both in print and on its website, is one of the best sources for position announcements for schools across the United States. Job seekers find the most job notices posted during the spring and late fall, when many schools begin accepting applications for open and interim positions.
Another good way to find position announcements is through the websites of professional organizations in specific disciplines, such as the Modern Language Association and the American Institute of Biological Sciences. It’s also common for job notices to appear in academic journals and at professional meetings as well. Colleges also publish job notices in the classifieds sections of local newspapers, usually in the spring and late fall, as do colleges and universities, through their Human Resource offices.