Substitute Teacher & Paraprofessional Services

Job Openings


School Bus Drivers Needed

Please refer anyone interested in becoming a school bus driver to us for minimum requirements/information contact Karen - 330-345-6771 ext. 228 or tesc_kmiller@tccsa.net
 

Substitute Teachers Needed for Loudonville-Perrysville Schools

See Substitute Orientation Schedule and contact Karen immediately at 330-345-6771 ext. 228

 
Areas of Substitute Shortage

List of Areas

See Substitute Training and Orientation Schedule and contact Karen to register at 330-345-6771 ext. 228

 

Training and Orientation
Substitute Teacher/Support Staff


Training, Orientation and Processing Services are provided in all school personnel categories.

Minimum requirements for teaching - Baccalaureate degree from an accredited higher education institution and current substitute teaching license. 

Substitutes for Trade and Career Tech Programs must meet one of the following requirements for substitute licensure (see attached):

  • Bachelor's degree and current license in the subject area in which they are going to teach, or    
  • Documentation of at least 5 years of work experience in the subject area being taught (some formal training in the subject area is preferable)

TCESC maintains a substitute database of licensed teachers; instructional aides, and all support staff areas.

 

Training and Orientation
Support Staff


Substitute categories include: Paraeducator, School Health Service Providers, Secretary, Custodial/Maintenance, Bus Driver.

 

Training and Certification
ParaPro


In accordance with Section 3319.074 of the Ohio Revised Code, anyone working as an educational aide in a core subject area* in programs supported with Title I funds must hold an (active) educational aide permit and meet one of the following requirements:

  • Have the ESEA designation** on the (active) educational aide permit;
  • Have successfully completed at least two years of coursework at an accredited college/university;
  • Have an associate degree or higher from an accredited college/university; OR
  • Pass the ParaPro assessment

*Core subject areas include reading and English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, foreign language and fine arts.

**Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965

ParaPro Testing Dates: (8:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.)

     May 20, 2021 - Thursday
     July 15, 2021 - Thursday
     August 19, 2021 - Thursday
     August 26, 2021 - Thursday
     September 7, 2021 - Tuesday
     September 21, 2021 - Tuesday
     December 16, 2021 - Thursday
     March 24, 2022 - Thursday
    

Cost: $75.00 payable by check, cash or credit/debit card. (Make checks payable to Tri-County ESC)

          For more information / questions / send payment to: 
                 Karen Miller, Tri-County Educational Service Center, 741 Winkler Dr., Wooster, OH 44691
                 330-345-6771 ext. 268, or email tesc_kmiller@tccsa.net

 

Deadline: One week before the test.  (Must submit registration and payment to secure your test date – space is limited)
 

Available Study Resources:

    Please copy and paste in your web browser: https://jobseeker.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com/Assessments/Home.aspx and follow the below instructions.
             1.  Click Access Learning Express Ananymously
             2.  Click Arrow to the right of Career Test Prep
             3.  Scroll down to Teaching and select Prepare for Parapro Assessment

      ETS Website     

      Union Test Prep  

 

Items & Documents
Substitute Employment


Items/Documents needed for Substitute Employment in addition to Criminal Background Checks (applicants must come to the Tri-County Office for processing). Notice: BCII/FBI processing could take up to 30-days to process.
 

Teacher/Teacher Aide/School Health Services Provider

  • Official college transcripts
  • Copy of your current OHIO teaching certificate or educational aide permit (and proof of successful completion of State approved ParaPro Assessment
  • Fingerprint verification - NOTICE: BCII/FBI processing could take up to 30-days to process.
  • Attend orientation (see Substitute Training, Orientation and Processing Schedules).
  • I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
    • The individual taking your application will need to see your driver's license and social security card.
       

Secretarial, Bus Driver, Food Service, Custodial, Maintenance

  • License as applicable
  • Fingerprint verification - NOTICE: BCII/FBI processing could take up to 30-days to process.
  • I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
    • The individual taking your application will need to see your driver's license and social security card.
       

Administrator (Current School Administration License Required)

  • Copies of college transcripts
  • Copies of applicable licenses
  • Fingerprint verification - NOTICE: BCII/FBI processing could take up to 30-days to process.
  • I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
    • The individual taking your application will need to see your driver's license and social security card.

For answers to any questions, contact Karen at 330-345-6771 ext. 228.