International Teaching Job Sites K-12 Credentialed Teachers

AASSA (Association of American Schools in South America)
Information on their schools, upcoming conferences, contacts and teacher recruitment.

Department of Defense Education Activity
DoDEA's schools serve the children of military service members and Department of Defense civilian employees throughout the world. Children of enlisted military personnel represent 85 percent of the total enrollment in DoDEA schools. DoDEA operates over 200 public schools in 15 districts located in 13 foreign countries, seven states, Guam, and Puerto Rico.

European Council of International Schools 
Includes a Directory of International Schools in various countries.  

Friends of World Teaching
Provides links to teacher openings for a small fee of $20. for 3 countries and $4. for each additional country. 
International Educators Cooperative
212 Alcott Road, East Falmouth, MA 02536
Tel: (508) 540-8173

International Schools Services 
For established independent overseas schools, this organization provides teacher and administrative recruitment.

Search Associates
Assists primary and secondary administrators, teachers, and interns find exciting positions in international schools around the world; one of the larger of the international school placement organizations.

Eteach International guide to English speaking International schools around the world

The International Educator
Every issue of The International Educator newspaper features advertisements (for hundreds of job openings) placed by American and International Schools throughout the world, articles about these schools and international education, personal news briefs and instructions on how best to secure an international teaching position. 

University of Northern Iowa Overseas Placement Services for Educators
Connects international K-12 schools with certified educators. Services include the UNI Overseas Recruiting Fair, credential and referral services, and related publications. They do NOT charge placement fees to candidates or recruiting schools.

U.S. State Department
Overseas Schools "We are here to help you." You can find contact and background information on worldwide American-sponsored elementary and secondary schools overseas, current fact sheets on the 192 American international schools, and helpful job hunting links 

A private, non-profit organization based at Harvard University which sends volunteers overseas to teach in developing countries. They are an alternative to the Peace Corps for non-professionals who want to live and work overseas. Depending on their placements, volunteers teach English, math, science, and environmental education to students of educational levels ranging from primary school to university and beyond.