Talent Recruitment

As growing network, Excel is always searching for highly qualified teachers, administrators, and Network Team members to join our talented staff. While educational experience is helpful, we are open to hiring talented individuals with varied backgrounds and experience who are interested in education. CLICK HERE to view all available positions and to begin the formal application process.

Please note:

  • We strongly recommend that prospective applicants read the Application & Hiring Process information below carefully prior to submitting an application.
  • As the school year progresses, additional job opportunities will be added. We encourage applicants to check back regularly to view these new vacancies.

To learn more about career opportunities at Excel Academy, please contact Rebecca Korb, Director of Talent, at 617-874-4145 or Maureen Foley, Director of Talent, at 617-874-4142. 

Application & Hiring Process

Excel has a rigorous, multi-step interview process that provides prospective candidates the opportunity to engage in thoughtful conversations and in-person meetings with current Excel staff members.

See below for an overview of our application and hiring process

  • 1. Submit an online application

    Excel accepts applications on a rolling basis and all applications will be processed as they are received. To view open positions and to begin the formal application process, please CLICK HERE. You will then be directed to our online application center where you will be prompted to create an online profile and upload a copy of your most recent resume.

    Please note:

    • Excel does NOT accept applications via email or direct mail. The Excel recruitment team reviews all completed applications, and we make every effort to respond in a timely manner.
    • Please do NOT apply for multiple positions; choose one that best fits your background and area of interest. Should you be invited to participate in a phone interview, you will have the opportunity to indicate your interest in additional roles at that time.
  • 2. Phone Interview/Online Video Interview

    Depending on the role for which you’ve applied, selected applicants will be invited to participate in either a phone interview with a member of our talent team or an online video interview, the details for which will be shared with candidates via email.

  • 3. Phone Interview with Hiring Manager

    Applicants who make it to this stage of the interview process will be invited to participate in a second phone interview with the hiring manager for your particular role. 

  • 4. In-Person Interview & Live Model Lesson

    After the second phone interview, selected applicants will be invited to an in-person interview at the campus to which you have applied.  During your visit, you will have the opportunity to observe classroom instruction, speak with members of our staff, and conduct a 25-minute model lesson with our students using an objective we have provided. After the lesson, you will then have the opportunity to reflect with the hiring manager on your lesson as well as your time spent in the building.

  • 5. Reference Check

    On your online application, you will be asked to submit three references with whom you are comfortable having us speak regarding your past professional experience. A member of the recruitment team will notify you before contacting these individuals.

  • Excel Recruitment Team

    Rebecca Korb, Director of Talent: Rebecca is Excel’s Director of Talent. She is responsible for overseeing the Excel network’s staff recruitment efforts. Prior to serving in this role, Rebecca served first as the Director of Development and then as the Director of External Relations on the Excel network team. Before joining Excel in spring 2010, Rebecca worked as a Campaign Manager at the Massachusetts Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She is a graduate of Colby College with a double major in Spanish and Latin American studies.

    Maureen Foley: Maureen is Excel’s Director of Talent. She is responsible for supporting the network’s staff recruitment efforts. Prior to this role, Maureen’s positions within Excel Academy have consisted of Interim Director of Special Projects, 6th grade Math teacher, and Network Team Support Fellow. She began her career in urban education as a Teach for America Corps Member in New York City. Maureen holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University and master’s degrees in education policy & management and secondary English teaching from Harvard University and Pace University, respectively.