Working for School Districts
At Source4Teachers, we specialize in the hiring and placement of various substitute teaching positions in Pre-K to 12th grade school districts. But it doesn’t stop there. Our employees enjoy training, benefits and flexible scheduling. If you are a skilled, qualified professional interested in one of the many positions below, click to view all jobs and begin an application.
Substitute Teachers are responsible for operating a safe, orderly, and positive classroom environment while the regular teacher is absent. They must follow the teacher’s lesson plans, as well as school policies and procedures, to provide effective instruction for students.
Paraprofessionals are support professionals that serve inside and outside of the classroom. In a classroom setting, they provide academic reinforcement of the teacher’s instruction and assist the teacher with administrative tasks. Outside of the classroom, the perform a variety of non-instructional roles in education. At Source4Teachers, we’re always on the lookout for applicants that qualify for one of the many paraprofessional positions:
Personal Care Assistants help teachers with the education and training of a child with special needs with a focus on self-sufficiency, communication, interpersonal, and mobility skills. They attend to the student’s personal needs; monitor health issues and response to treatment; assist with the use of augmentative technology; and help create an environment to best support the student’s success.
One-to-One Assistants follow a particular student with special needs throughout his or her school day to support the student’s academic, physical, social, behavioral, and personal needs. They ensure all measures within a student’s IEP/504 plan are being met; track and record student progress; and collaborate with teachers, administration, and child study team members.
Classroom Assistants help teachers with a wide range of administrative tasks including setting up and cleaning up activities; copying and preparing materials; marking tests; and guiding students through the building in an organized fashion. They also serve as instructional reinforcement by providing more individualized academic assistance to students who require extra help with grasping a concept.
Transportation Assistants help the school bus driver in providing a safe, orderly, and efficient transportation service by supporting the needs of students during routine activities and emergency situations. They effectively supervise and manage the behavior of students and often provide support for an individual student or group of students with special needs and/or disabilities.
Playground Assistants ensure the safe and orderly operation of the playground during school recess periods by alertly circulating around the grounds and eliminating hazardous situations. They supervise students, enforce school rules, promote appropriate student behavior, resolve any problems that may arise, and organize students for school reentry in a systematic manner.
Cafeteria Assistants maintain proper student behavior in the cafeteria while assisting students with their lunches, promoting good manners and eating habits, and helping to keep the cafeteria clean and safe. They facilitate the organized entry and dismissal of students and help resolve issues in a positive manner.
Clerical Personnel perform a wide range of administrative tasks including answering phones; providing information for callers and visitors; maintaining schedules, records, and files; distributing mail; and directing students. They ensure the orderly operation of the school office.
Food Service Workers
Food Service Workers assist with all areas of a school district’s food service operation. They perform tasks such as preparing and serving food; sanitizing equipment, work stations, and serving areas; ensuring proper food storage and disposal; keeping records; and maintaining inventory.
While we are looking for professionals for all of these job functions, some positions may only be available in certain school districts.