ESS, a leading national provider of education managed staffing solutions for Pre-K thru 12 schools, is seeking qualified applicants for substitute teaching, paraprofessional, and bus aide positions in the Vineland Public School District. Teaching applicants must hold a New Jersey Educator Certificate (teacher, administrator, or educational services), or obtain a New Jersey County Substitute Certificate which requires at least 60 credit hours from a regionally accredited college or university and a criminal history background clearance.
If you are interested in creating your own work schedule while making a positive impact in the community, this is a perfect opportunity for you. ESS is currently offering increased daily rates in the Vineland Public School District of $150 for Permanent Building Substitutes and Long-Term Certified Teachers; $125 for Daily Substitutes; $100 for Permanent Building Paraprofessionals; and $90 for Substitute Paraprofessionals. The current rate for Bus Aide positions is $12 per hour.
In addition to job training, ESS offers a variety of employee benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance; a tax-advantaged 401k plan; bonus opportunities; weekly pay; employee recognition; discount programs and more.
“Substitute teaching is a remarkably rewarding and worthwhile career path for people in many different walks of life,” said ESS Regional Manager Wesley Wallace. “Our interactive training course and accessible online modules ensure ESS team members are confident and well-prepared with a range of instructional strategies to meet the demands of the classroom. Additionally, ongoing support is always available from our outstanding team of training specialists.”
“As a substitute, you have the opportunity to select your workdays,” Wallace continued. “Daily substitutes choose when, where, and how often they’d like to work with 24/7 access to our convenient online scheduling system. Those looking for steadier work can fill a long-term or permanent assignment, and ESS employees are often first in line to obtain full-time jobs.”