Montgomery is best known for its history as the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement, but Alabama’s capital city has developed in recent decades. Notably, a successful downtown revitalization project has brought apartments, restaurants, nightlife, and a minor league baseball team (The Montgomery Biscuits) to the city. The combination of an urban environment and a low cost of living make Montgomery a great place to teach.
Work with Southern Teachers to find jobs at schools such as Montgomery Academy, Saint James School, and Trinity Presbyterian School.
Artwork by Hannah Ritter, Grade 11
According to a recent studies by Forbes and Kiplinger, Birmingham ranks nationally as the 12th most affordable metro area and fifth most affordable for renters – not bad for Alabama’s largest city. With money saved on living expenses, you’ll be able to enjoy the city’s lauded culinary scene more often. The University of Alabama at Birmingham offers opportunities to continue your education.
Let us help place you in a teaching position at schools such as Advent Episcopal School, Altamont School, and John Carroll Catholic High School.
Artwork by Sean Johnsen, Grade 12
Huntsville is on the rise, the third-largest city in Alabama and growing faster than all the others. The “Rocket City” hosts NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, where kids all over the nation hope to attend Space Camp. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to find a teaching job in Huntsville, but you’ll probably teach their children..
Southern Teachers can connect you with a teaching job in Huntsville at Randolph School and other schools in North Alabama.
Enjoy the beauty of the Gulf Coast when you find a teaching job in Mobile. From the Mardi Gras celebration to the historic buildings, Mobile resembles New Orleans, only smaller. Fresh seafood and nearby beaches will delight ocean lovers, and the downtown has been rejuvenated in recent years.
Let Southern Teachers help you find a teaching job in Mobile at St. Luke’s Episcopal School, St. Paul’s Episcopal School, and UMS-Wright Preparatory School.
Artwork by Shelley Spires, Grade 12
Southern Teachers has been a great long-term partner in our hiring. Taking the time and making the effort to know our school and its culture has built a relationship that has allowed you to send us better candidates.
At each juncture in my career, I have reconnected with Southern Teachers. They are unique among teacher agencies in that they commit time and resources to knowing candidates and building partnerships with them.
Southern Teachers is one of the easiest placement organizations I have worked with. Your staff is accessible, supportive, and sustains a high level of engagement. Your website is easy to navigate and the video introductions of candidates are a real plus.
We are pleased to announce we have recently placed Elizabeth Miller as the new Head of School at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy.
With great sadness, we announce the passing of a lifetime educator and agency leader.
Are you interested in helping teachers find great jobs? Southern Teachers is currently accepting applications for a Placement Counselor, and three part-time College Recruiter positions in Charlotte, Nashville, and Philadelphia.
Our 14th Annual Student Art Contest is open for submissions! Students at member school in grades 8-12 are eligible to participate. One art teacher from each member school should register to coordinate submissions. Submit by March 31!
This majestic creature symbolizes many different things in cultures around the world, but we selected it as our icon because the elephant and the agency have key traits in common.