Jobs at Champions School of Real Estate

Now is Your Chance to Join the Champions Team!

Since 1983, Champions School of Real Estate® has grown into a leading Real Estate Education provider thanks to the hard work and dedication of the people who come to work everyday and the instructors who make the education we provide second to none. Below you will find a list of positions we are currently looking to fill.

Available Positions

Instructor

Location: Statewide

Champions School of Real Estate is currently looking for Instructors with at least 5 years experience to teach courses at our campuses statewide. Candidates must have instructor approval from the Texas Real Estate Commission.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to join a successful team, please submit your cover letter and resume to Debi@championsschool.com for consideration.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Why Work for Champions?

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Champions School of Real Estate® is not only the leading Real Estate school in Texas, it has also continued to collect awards and accolades for fostering a fun and inspiring place to work!

2017

Best & Brightest Companies to Work For - Dallas / Fort Worth

2016

Austin Business Journal - #13 Best Places to Work in Small Companies

Houston Business Journal - #20 Best Places to Work in Small Companies

San Antonio Business Journal - #1 Best Places to Work in Small Companies

2014

Dallas Business Journal - #8 Best Places to Work in Small Companies

Texas Monthly Magazine - #28 Best Companies to Work for in Texas in Small Companies

Houston Better Business Bureau - Award of Excellence: Winner of Distinction for our training and professional career growth.

2013

Founder and Owner of Champions School of Real Estate®, Rita Santamaria, was also a finalist for the 2013 Texas Businesswoman of the Year awarded by the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas at the 23rd Annual Money and Power Conference. Rita was also given the opportunity to share her successes and dreams as a panelist at the Women's Chamber's annual conference.