Current Substitute Positions
“Substitutes” or “temporary” employees assist in a variety of programs on campus. These positions are on-call, as-needed positions and have no guarantee of hours/schedule. If you are interested in one of the following substitute positions, please complete an online application or visit our campus to fill out an application in person.
The Iowa sub teacher licensing is easier with new options. Have an associate or bachelor’s degree in any field? Consider the substitute license. Sign language skills and/or experience working with the deaf strongly preferred. See FAQs below for more information.
Have an associates or BA in any field? The sub authorization is an option for you.
Substitute Teacher/School Assistant (Paraeducator) FAQs
Work in school health center providing medical care to student. All shifts available.
Assist with meal prep; serving; and cleaning in the school cafeteria.
Weekend Van Driver/Chaperone
Primarily scheduled on Fridays and Sundays
Duties include driving minivans and chaperoning students to and from school on weekends, normally Fridays and Sundays. Driver requirements include the ability to obtain a chauffeur’s driver’s license and pass a DOT physical as required by the Department of Education.
Works one-on-one with multi-disabled students during academic time. Sign language experience preferred.
Power Plant Worker
Monitor boilers in the power plant and conduct basic facilities work on campus. May assist with snow removal. Requires experience working in the facilities area and knowledge of boilers and HVAC equipment.
Performs general custodial work in school buildings; assists with snow shoveling when needed; may assist with furniture moving and room set-up.
Front Desk Support
* building receptionist; * greet and direct visitors; * some secretarial tasks; * signing skills needed
Work overnight shift supervising students in the residences; responsible for waking children and ensuring students are ready for school in the morning; does regular room checks and tends to emergency and other situations as they arise. Sign language skills are strongly preferred.
Responsible for all aspects of student’s care and well-being during non-school hours. Evening shifts on weekdays and daytime and evening shifts on weekends. Sign language skills are strongly preferred.