Libertyville Elementary School District 70: Substitute Teachers
Libertyville Elementary School District 70
Substitute Teaching/Substitute Classroom Teacher
Location: All District 70 Schools
Description: Working as a Substitute Teacher, Paraeducator, School Secretary or Learning Center Clerk at any or all of our five schools during the 2020-2021 school year.
Qualifications: Applicants MUST hold a “Professional Educator License” (PEL), or a “Professional Substitute License” and be registered in Lake County (Region 34). No previous teaching or student-teaching is required, although applicants with education degrees and/or instructional experience are preferred. Note: Online training will be required for those with no education degree.
Reports To: Director of Human Resources; Building Administrators
Work Year: Day-to-day within the school year calendar
Contract Dates: None, at-will
FLSA Status: Exempt
Evaluation: Via Absence Management by staff, and administrator feedback
Qualifications: Illinois Teaching or Substitute License
Criminal Background Check
Proof of physical fitness
Attendance at Substitute Orientation
Completion of Compliance Tutorials as Required – all candidates
Completion of Substitute Training for non-education candidates
At a minimum, accept 2 jobs per month, on average.
Purpose: To prepare learners to achieve their personal best; continue the learning prescribed for that day; provide direction for each student as smoothly and completely as possible in the absence of the regular teacher.
- Report to the main office upon arrival at the school building.
- Arrive on time, according to the work-day hours published in the Substitute Teacher Handbook, to check in, look over substitute plans and prepare for lessons of the day.
- Familiarize yourself with the building and other teachers who are available to you throughout the day. Don’t hesitate to ask for help. Seeking help will allow you to be more successful in your teaching.
- Uphold all District policies, rules and procedures to which regular teachers are subject.
- Maintain as fully as possible the established routines and procedures (including classroom management techniques) for the school and classroom to which assigned.
- Teach the lessons outlined in the substitute plans as prepared by the absent teacher.
- Maximize the probability of success by:
- clearly communicating expectations
- adapting for individual learner needs
- actively involving students in learning
- providing a risk-free, safe environment
- Assume responsibility for overseeing student behavior in class and throughout the building during supervisory times.
- Maintain professional standards, professional ethics, and confidentiality. Breaches in confidentiality are subject to immediate release.
- Provide direction to students in case of emergency situations.
- Follow directions given by the regular teacher to conclude your day (process work, tidy room, etc.)
- Provide feedback to the teacher using the form provided. Include comments on the behavior of students, lessons completed, possible changes made in the plans and why.
- Provide feedback to the principal using the form provided.
- Check out at the main office at the end of your day.
- If accepting a long-term assignment, you are expected to assume all duties and responsibilities of the full-time teacher (notably: lesson planning, parent communication, report cards, etc.) and to be present on all teacher work days including parent-teacher conferences (evenings) and institute days, unless alternative arrangements are made with the building principal.
Libertyville School District 70 assures Equal Employment Opportunities and equal education opportunities for employees and students as required by Federal and State Orders and Laws. This job description is intended to accurately reflect the position activities and requirements. However, management and administration reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties and assign other duties as necessary. It is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of all the responsibilities, skills, or working conditions associated with the position.
Qualified applicants should complete the online application into the application system. Letters of reference are optional at this time.
Please do not send hard copies or email multiple files.
Applications will be screened when fully submitted. Applicants will be contacted for interviews and/or orientation based on their qualifications, the relevance of their experience and background.
Questions can be directed to:
Dr. Tom Bean
Click HERE to visit the website.
*** How to Obtain Your Substitute License
Must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution.
Please request the college send your official transcript directly to the state in one of the following ways:
Mail official transcript to Or Escript to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Illinois State Board of Education
Educator Effectiveness (E-240)
100 N. 1st Street
Springfield, IL 62777
1. Create your ELIS account if you do not already have one
2. Once you are logged in to ELIS, click on “Apply for Substitute License” and follow the prompts
3. $50 application fee plus service fee (payment made with debit/credit only)
The application process may take 2-6 weeks. You will receive an email notification from the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) once your application is reviewed.
Once issued you must register this license so that is valid for working in the schools
Register Your License:
1. Login to your existing ELIS account: https://sec3.isbe.net/IWASNET/login.aspx
2. Click on “Registration” which is located in the “Action Center Box” on the middle right side of your home page, and follow the prompts
3. Register in Lake County – Select 34 Lake ROE from drop down menu
4. $60 registration fee plus service fee (payment made with debit/credit only)
5. Valid five years. Renewable with registration fees.
Please note our office is currently not offering fingerprint services: You may speak with the hiring district regarding alternative options.
RPM: Cycle & Bootcamp Instructor
Cycle & Bootcamp Instructor
Are you a creative team player who loves to move, motivate, have fun, and make a difference in others’ lives? Are you interested in being part of a team that supports growth and development, and fosters camaraderie? If so, then sign up today for Heather’s Gym virtual informational meeting to join their team of coaches and seize the exciting opportunity to coach at the hottest new Cycle & Bootcamp studio in Lake County – RPM! RPM will open in March 2021 at 1745 Northwind Blvd., in Libertyville.
The informational meeting is January 13th at 7 pm. During the call, you’ll learn about the Heather’s Gym mission, what it means to be an HG coach, you’ll learn about the new studio, receive details on the coaching position, and get information about the two-day coach training program in February.
If interested, please complete the brief form here: https://heathersgym.club/join-our-team
Petal Peddlers: Floral Designer/Florist
We want to welcome an experienced floral designer to our growing shop. We are a small family-owned and operated company. We are busy and need more hands to help service our valued customer base.
- Floral Design: Experience is required
- Understands and processes wire service orders, and Internet Orders.
- Expert design replication ability required.
- Inventories product, evaluates status, cares for damaged product, and replaces where necessary.
- Fills customer orders completely and creates floral arrangements at their request, all in a timely manner.
- Answering phones, taking orders, some computer work and credit card machine.
- Takes special requests for products either in person or over the telephone.
- Ensures floral products are fresh in the shop and throughout the store.
- Cleaning of buckets, flower cooler, and the floral area.
- Assists in other areas of store as needed.
- Performs other job-related duties and special projects as required.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Exceptional customer service skills.
- Personable, polite, and people person.
- Deadline oriented.
- Proven ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize accordingly to meet time deadlines and quality standards
- Knowledge of flower varieties and design techniques
- Some heavy lifting necessary.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $15.00 – $20.00 per hour
Petal Peddlers: Floral Assistant
Full-time person needed for our busy and growing shop. We are a small local family-owned business, looking for a dependable and dedicated person to join us.
-assist in answering phones and helping walk-in customers
-help the team
-work the computer orders
-be willing to clean the shop as necessary
-help process the flowers
-pick up supplies/ order supplies
-willing to learn and take on new duties as required
-deliver flower arrangements and live plants in the local area
-assist in planning driving routes
-pick up orders from vendors
-maintain good delivery records
-keep and maintain vehicles in clean working order
-when needed gas up vehicles
-must have a valid drivers license and a clean driving record
-must be able to lift up to 40 pounds
-be able to stand/be on your feet for long periods of time
-be willing to work holidays (closed on major holidays) and weekends (Sundays closed)
-work in a fast-paced environment
-have good customer service skills
-shop experience preferred, but not required
Closed major holidays
The position will have Sunday and one day off during the week.
Mundelein Park & Recreation District: Full-Time Early Childhood Lead Teacher
Full-time Early Childhood Lead Teacher
Under the direction of the Child Development Director, the Early Childhood Lead Teacher is responsible for the planning, organization and facilitation of learning for children in the classroom. The Lead Teacher is responsible for creating a safe, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate learning environment where positive self-concepts are enhanced, independence is encouraged, and individuality is respected. The Lead Teacher will serve as a manager on duty in the absence of the Child Development Center.
Two years of credit (64 semester hours) in any discipline from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 21 semester hours in Early Childhood Development. Or, two years of child development experience from an accredited college or university, or one year of college credits with 10 semester hours in Early Childhood Development and proof of enrollment in an accredited college until 2 years credit and 21 semester hours in Early Childhood Development have been achieved.
To learn more or to apply visit: https://bit.ly/36oGg2A