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    Congratulations to our Substitute S.T.A.R Award Recipients

    Cathi Dawson

    Jeffrey Almond

    Thank you for your hard work and dedication to MCPS and our students!

     

    Get Involved. Make A Difference. Become A Substitute.

    Manassas City Public Schools is looking for committed community leaders who want to ensure our students receive quality teaching and care each and every day. Maintaining excellence and consistency in or classrooms is important to us so we seek qualified professionals to help meet this daily expectation.

    As a substitute for MCPS you are highly regarded. We value you from day one ensuring you receive all the necessary tools and resources you need to be successful. Our detailed orientation and training, Substitute Specialist, and Substitute Coordinators help to provide a smooth transition.

    If you have what it takes to be a MCPS Substitute, please apply today by going to MCPS Job Listings.

    We hope to see you soon!

     

    Benefits of Being a MCPS Substitute Teacher

    • Make a big difference in the lives of our students.
    • Enjoy the flexibility of working around your preferred schedule.
    • Potential opportunities for selection for long-term substitute positions.
    • Build professional relationships with MCPS Substitute Coordinators and Staff.
    • Experience working on a variety of great campuses across our district.
    • Enter a pathway that can lead to a full-time career in education!

     

    Substitute Categories

    • Teacher
    • Instructional Assistant
    • Clerical
    • Custodian
    • Cafeteria
    • Bus Driver
    • Bus Aide
    • Registered Nurse

     

    Substitute Pay Rates and Minimum Requirements

     Substitute Requirements and Pay

     

    Long Term Substitute Pay Rates and Minimum Requirements

    Pay begins on day one (1) of assignment.

     Long Term Substitute Requirements and Pay

     

    Application Process

    1. Complete a Manassas City Public Schools substitute application, which can be found at MCPS Job Listings.
    2. Include three (3) professional references from current/previous supervisor(s) in the application.
    3. If you hold a current Virginia teaching license or teaching license from another state or have an expired Virginia teaching license, provide a copy in the application.
    4. Once your completed application in received, it will be reviewed by the Substitute Specialist.
    5. If you are not qualified, you will recieve a commuincation informing you of your status.
    6. If you are qualified, you will receive an email to complete a one-way video interview using Spark Hire. The email will include detailed instructions as well as a mandatory completion date.
    7. Your interview responses will be reviewed. If the decision is made to proceed with your application, you will be contacted with further instructions regarding the information in Steps 7 through 11.
    8. You will be required to submit to fingerprinting and a criminal record check. Employment is contingent upon receipt, review, and acceptance of these results.
    9. You will be required to successfully pass a Virginia Department of Social Services Background Check.
    10. MCPS participates in E-Verify and you will be required to present non-expired documentation validating that you can legally work in the U.S.. You can view a list of acceptable documents here.
    11. A hard copy of a negative medial Tuberculosis (TB) test dated within the last 12 months will be required for employment.
    12. Official, sealed transcripts will be required for employment. Copies will not be accepted.

     

    Application Process for Former Employees

    All Substitute teacher applicants must meet current eligibility requirements to be approved as a Substitute teacher.

    If you have been separated from employment with Manassas City Public Schools:

    1. Complete a Manassas City Public Schools substitute application, which can be found at MCPS Job Listings.
    2. The Substitute Specialist will determine if any updated documents or training is required and will contact you with further instructions.

     

    Questions

    Please reach out to Alloyia Sims, Substitute Specialist by phone or email.

    Phone: (571) 377-6023

    Email: asims@mcpsva.org

      

    Manassas City Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, color, national origin, disability, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, status as a veteran, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law or based on a belief that such characteristic exists, hereinafter referred to as protected group status, in employment or in its education programs and activities.

    In addition, the School Board of the City of Manassas is committed to maintaining an educational environment and workplace that is free from harassment. In accordance with law, the Board prohibits harassment against students, employees, or others on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, color, national origin, disability, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, status of veteran, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law or based on a belief that such characteristic exists, hereinafter referred to as protected group status, at school or any school sponsored activity.

     

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