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Randall Consolidated School is proud to partner with Teachers on Call® to provide exceptional Substitute Teachers & Educational Assistants. Teachers On Call is a company that invests in their employees, recognizes their achievements, and is committed to the noble purpose of educating our youth.
Teachers On Call has limitless opportunities for passionate people to inspire, support, and set students up for success. You’ll have the option to work in the schools of your choice, to take steady work every day of the school week, or to create a flexible schedule that works around your other life commitments.
As a Teachers on Call substitute, you’ll also enjoy:
- Free pre-hire training (for substitute teacher and aide positions)
- Ongoing professional development
- Steady, yet flexible, work you can feel good about
- Weekly pay
- Your preference of schools
Becoming a substitute is easy!
- Complete an online application with Teachers on Call. https://www.teachersoncall.com/talent/apply-now
- Once you have completed your application, contact our onboarding team by calling 800.713.4439 (press 2 when prompted)
- Based on the substitute role you are interested in, our team will direct you toward the training options and license options that are most appropriate, as well as guide you on the steps needed to complete any of those requirements. *
- Complete any remaining necessary or required steps for employment with Teachers On Call as guided or requested by our onboarding team
- Start making a difference in the classroom, you are ready to go!
*cost saving online options available for substitute license required training
*Reimbursement promotion available for Special Education Aide License once 40 hours have been worked through Teachers On Call
Soul-lifting jobs are now available. See the job requirements below and apply today!
- To qualify for a Substitute Teacher position, you must have a valid Wisconsin teaching license in any content area OR a valid Wisconsin substitute teaching license. You must hold a minimum of an Associates college degree in order to obtain a Wisconsin substitute teaching license.
- To qualify for an Educational Aide position, you must possess a high school diploma or equivalent (GED).
- To qualify for a Special Education Aide position, you must possess the following in addition to a high school diploma or equivalent:
The Wisconsin Department of Instruction (DPI) is responsible for issuing all teaching licenses. To apply for a substitute teaching license and/or licensure questions, please visit https://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/licensing/types/three-year-substitute or visit www.teachersoncall.com for info on our licensing information page.