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Employment

Founded in 1886, the Florida Education Association is the state’s largest association of professional employees and the largest labor union in the Southeast, with 150,000 members. We are the united voice for excellence in public education in Florida.

Florida Education Association is an Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity Employer. Please direct all FEA employment inquiries to feahr@floridaea.org.

Current Openings

Professional Staff/Member Representative, Volusia United Educators

Send resume, and personal references to Elizabeth Albert, President, Volusia United Educators; elizabeth.albert@floridaea.org

Orange CTA Field Representative

Send resume to Angelina Sanchez at: angelina.sanchez@floridaea.org

Service Unit Director, Collier County Education Association

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Rhonda Shimel at Rhonda.Shimel@floridaea.org. Position will remain open until filled.


FEA offers a competitive benefits package that includes the following: medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance to employees and his/her eligible family members with no employee premiums; paid annual, sick, personal, and bereavement leave; 16 paid holidays each fiscal year; educational and professional development opportunities; access to a flexible spending account and health reimbursement account; and retirement and 401K investment opportunities.

Consistent with the FEA Affirmative Action Plan, minority, female, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Please contact FEA’s Office of Human Resources at 850-201-3215 or feahr@floridaea.org to request an accommodation during the application process.

Through UnitedHealthcare, UMR and HealthSCOPE Benefits creates and publishes the Machine-Readable Files on behalf of the Florida Education Association. To link to the Machine-Readable Files, please click on the URL provided:  transparency-in-coverage.uhc.com

Op-ed: New bill threatens federal financial aid for Florida’s students

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UFF leads fight for intellectual freedom

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NEA report: Florida’s teachers still among nation’s worst paid

As inflation grows and despite investments by the Legislature, Florida’s teachers remain stuck near the bottom nationally when it comes to average pay, according to new figures released today by…

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For students to learn anything, Florida needs educators

As Gov. DeSantis today signs HB 7, a bill based on a manufactured political narrative, the Florida Education Association (FEA) must call out the fact that our students would be…

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New law promotes falsehoods about schools, will aggravate shortage of teachers and staff

By signing the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, Gov. DeSantis has put a political agenda ahead of what’s best for our students.

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