Substitute Teacher

Posted: 07/04/2021

Welcome substitutes!  You are a vital part of the district’s professional team. It takes a special kind of person to be a successful substitute, a person who cares about children, is patient, creative and versatile.  Your commitment allows important work to continue each day.  Our substitutes access assignments 24/7 via Absence Management (AESOP).  You can choose which schools you will accept jobs from, what times you would like to be called, what days you are not available to work and more! 


WHY APPLY TO BE A SUBSTITUTE 
Flexible work schedule 
Professional development opportunities 
Competitive pay 
Avenue to other district positions 

PAY RATES: 
Teacher Substitutes are paid $130.00/full day 

HIRING PROCESS: 
Application Review 
If hired, you will receive an e-mail with next steps  

SHORT CALL SUBSTITUTE INFORMATION: 
Marshall Public Schools accepts two-year short call substitute licenses. You can apply for this licensure through the Minnesota Department of Education if you have a Bachelor’s or an Associate’s degree aligned to a CTE licensure area.  If you have any questions about the short call substitute license, please email pelsb@state.mn.us or call 651- 539-4200 Tuesday-Thursday from 9am-12pm.  To access the online licensing system click here Educator Licensing (mn.gov) 

If interested, please apply at www.marshall.k12.mn.us, attach a letter of application, resume, 3 references, college transcripts (preferred but not required), a copy of MN teaching license.  After your application has been screened and accepted you will receive an email with payroll paperwork and background check instructions.  Extracurricular opportunities are also available.

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It is the policy of Marshall Public Schools to provide equal employment opportunity for all, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation or age.