District seeking more substitute teachers

District seeking more substitute teachers
Posted on 11/20/2020
This is the image for the news article titled District seeking more substitute teachersThe Uintah School District will begin accepting applications for substitute teachers later this month.

The job announcement will be posted on Nov. 30 on the district website and through the Utah Department of Workforce Services website.

Once the announcement is posted, those interested in becoming a substitute teacher need to fill out the application online, attend one of the two remaining Basic Substitute Training classes at UBTech, and then complete the hiring process with the district's Human Resources Department.

Information about the Basic Substitute Training class at UBTech can be found at https://portal.ubtech.edu/Portal/Courses/List?key=22. The last two training classes being offered this school will be held on Jan. 5 and Feb. 2.

Starting pay for substitute teachers is $85 per day up to $115 per day depending on educational history and transcripts.

For more information about being a substitute teacher in the Uintah School District, visit https://www.uintah.net/cms/one.aspx?pageId=1552888.
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