Bilingual Education in Spanish Teacher

NYC Public Schools
Lead Teacher
$64,789 - $86,491/year
World Languages
Pre-Kindergarten - 12th

NYC Public Schools is the nation’s largest public school system, serving 900,000 students from every background and corner of the globe. We hire diverse, qualified, talented teachers for all subjects and grade levels each year. This year, we are actively recruiting certified and passionate Bilingual Education in Spanish teachers for fall 2024-2025 teaching positions in our schools.

Compensation and Benefits

  • New York City Public Schools offers a range of competitive starting salaries based on education and years of teaching experience. Beginning on January 18, 2024, the starting salary for a teacher with a master’s degree and no prior teaching experience is $72,823, or $64,789 for a teacher with a bachelor's degree and no previous teaching experience. Teachers with prior teaching experience may initiate a compensation review process after they begin teaching that considers levels of education, degrees, and years of full-time teaching experience. An increase in compensation may be backdated. Visit the Online Support Center for more information:
  • Comprehensive health insurance plan, including medical, dental, optical, and prescription drugs
  • Enrollment in a pension plan
  • Opportunities for additional income through a wide array of incentives and school positions that will inspire and challenge you as an educator


To teach in New York City Public Schools, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Possess or be on track to earn New York State teacher certification by September 1, 2024
  • Be authorized to work in the United States
  • Complete the NYC Online Teacher Application at

One application gives you access to networking resources and hiring opportunities across all 1600 New York City Public Schools. Visit learn more about our application requirements and apply to teach in New York City today!


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