Become a Substitute Teacher!
Dallas ISD is dedicated to providing quality instruction for all of our students every day. Our Substitute Office is recruiting more substitute teachers to make this happen!
Dallas ISD Substitute Teachers play an important role in improving student achievement. In addition, substitute teaching provides an opportunity to gain experience and see first-hand what it takes to be a successful teacher in Dallas ISD.
Substitute teacher candidates are required to have a bachelor's degree, but are not required to be certified.
You can start the process right now! Click here
to go to the job description and apply directly to be a Substitute Teacher.
For more information about substitute teaching at Dallas ISD, click here
All Substitute applicants follow the hiring
process outlined below:
Candidate Review - The Substitute Office reviews the submitted
application and credentials to ensure applicants are qualified candidates for Dallas
Background Check - Candidates must have a clear background check
(based on TEA approved fingerprints) before moving into the next phase of the
*Please note, there may be a
delay during this phase if the applicant does not have electronic fingerprints
on file with DPS FACT Clearinghouse.
Processing Date - Candidates are invited to schedule an
appointment to finishing processing onsite at Human Capital Management:
must bring required government issued identification. Please visit the
following link for additional guidance: http://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents.
Hire Forms must be completed
v. Federal W-4
vi. Public Access Form
vii. SBEC Form
viii. Statement Concerning
Your Employment in a Job Not Covered by Social Security
ix. Summary of Benefit for
- Orientation: The Substitute
Office will schedule candidate for unpaid, mandatory orientation. Human
Capital Management and/or the Substitute Office can waive Substitute
Orientation if the applicant is an experienced certified teacher or
administrator requested by a Division to fill an immediate
Candidates are hired and begin accepting Substitute assignments in