Obtaining native English-speaking educators for global positions has been a large scale responsibility among international school managers for the past decade, but the subsequent ten years are the vital ones for education and schools organizations. Hiring and recruiting will require expressively more resources from school management in order to bring in the workforce necessary for accomplishment.
Traditional recruitment techniques, like newspaper advertising and job fairs, will no longer be sufficient. This white paper will clarify why these traditional procedures will finally flatline in the face of digital employment alternatives. Further, it will plan four key reasons why global schools need to move to a digital staffing model: to broaden their employment pool, to gain special access to candidates from custom directed audiences, to reduce travel, and to make time for administrators to redeploy on boots-on-the-ground school growth.