If you're investigating new math teacher roles, you should explore the wide range of opportunities on Glassdoor. Browse private school, gifted, special education, and other math teacher opportunities using the filters provided on the page.
If you're just starting out in the teaching profession, graduate or entry-level opportunities could be ideal. Been teaching mathematics for some time? Look for head or lead math teacher jobs. Looking for occasional work? How about substitute teaching? For short-term appointments, a role as a summer school math teacher could match your requirements. If you're looking for more flexibility in your workplace, you might be interested in opportunities to teach math online. You can also filter search results to show math teacher jobs in elementary school, middle school, or high school.
Have you already found the perfect teaching opportunity? Visit Glassdoor's page on math teacher interview questions and answers to start planning for your job interview.
Whether you're deciding which positions to apply for, weighing up job offers, or negotiating your pay, it's vital to know what a good salary is for a math teacher. This is how you can get a high-paying role:
In addition to a fair salary, many employers offer various incentives and perks for math teachers. Your teaching position may include: