We're hiring!

Would you like to work in a family-like environment while providing quality education to students? We offer just that! With the health and safety of our staff and students in mind, Global Outreach Charter Academy offers competitive pay, great benefits and most importantly – a family-like atmosphere, where everyone is heard and appreciated! Please view the information below for a list of vacancies!


Global Outreach Charter Academy was founded in 2009 and has been successfully operating since then! The school began with 200 students and grew to over 1200 students and three campuses in 10 years. We have plans to continue on expanding by opening up 2 more campuses in 2022 and 2023. We are determined to make a difference and if you know that you can help us, we cannot wait to meet YOU!


  • Competitive Pay
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • FSA
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development and career advancement opportunities
  • Bonus pay and sign-on bonuses
  • Return to work bonuses
  • Off on holidays and weekends
  • 401 (k)


  • Certified Math Teacher
  • Certified Science Teacher
  • Certified Social Studies Teacher
  • Certified ELA Teacher
  • Certified World Language Teacher (Russian, French, Spanish)
  • On-Call Substitute Teacher
  • Certified K-6 Teachers
  • Certified ESE Teacher
  • Extended Day


  • Certified Kindergarten Teacher
  • Certified Elementary Teacher (Math, Science, ELA, and/or SS)
  • Certified Middle School Teacher (Math, Science, ELA, and/or SS)
  • On-Call Substitutes
  • Extended Day
  • ESE Teacher


If you would like to interview with us, please contact us at hr@gocacademy.com. Please attach your resume, and Teacher Certification (If applicable), when sending an email. We promise that you will love what GOCA has to offer!

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