Do you want to work for an exciting educational organization, with the children of our dedicated U.S. Military members? Our mission is to provide an exemplary education that inspires and prepares all students for success in a dynamic, global environment.
DoDEA offers teaching opportunities in some of the most amazing, an culturally rich places in the world. Come work for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools!
DoDEA employs more than 12,500 individuals responsible for the education of more than 86,000 students in schools located in 12 foreign countries, seven states, Guam and Puerto Rico. DoDEA is responsible for the oversight of two distinct educational systems, the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS), DoDEA's overseas schools, and the DoD Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS), DoDEA's domestic school system. DoDEA is responsible for providing a quality education from pre-kindergarten through grade twelve for the eligible minor family members of DoD military and civilian personnel on official assignments. DoDEA, through its Community Strategic Plan, has made a commitment to be among the world's leaders in education, enriching the lives of military-connected students and the communities in which they live. The mission to educate, engage and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world is achieved through its five strategic goals of Student, School, Talent, Organization, and Outreach Excellence.
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DoDEA teachers will use professional teaching skills to assist students achieve optimum development of skills and mastery of knowledge identified by the DoDEA Community Strategic Plan and Curriculum by conducting assigned subject matter or grade level(s) instruction. The teacher will plan, organize and present information and instruction which helps students learn subject matter and skills that will contribute to their educational and social development. The teacher will establish an instructional plan that is compatible with the school and system-wide curricular goals; interact effectively with students, co-workers, and parents; adhere to established laws, policies, rules, and regulations; and follow a plan for professional development.