Day to Day Substitute Support Personnel
The Freeport Area School District is currently seeking day to day substitute support staff, including custodial and maintenance workers, cafeteria workers, educational assistants, and clerical workers. Freeport Area School District substitute support staff are compensated at a competitive hourly wage rate and are eligible to participate in the state’s pension system, Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS)—any days worked for FASD can count toward earning a year of service under PSERS (a benefit available only to those paid directly by a Pennsylvania School District).
The 2017-2018 board-approved pay rates for substitute support personnel are as follows:
Hourly rate of compensation for Substitute Cafeteria Workers: $9.00
Hourly rate of compensation for Substitute Clerical Workers: $9.00
Hourly rate of compensation for Substitute Custodial Workers: $9.00
Hourly rate of compensation for Substitute Educational Assistants: $10.00
TO APPLY – Complete an Application for Classified Position (click on the link or stop at the Administration Office, 625 South Pike Road, Sarver, PA 16055 for a hard copy) and mail it to the Freeport Area School District, P.O. Drawer C, Freeport, PA 16229 along with a copy of your personal resume, three letters of reference and current Child Abuse and Criminal Record clearances (must be valid within one year), as well as Act 126/mandated reporter training certification and a completed School Personnel Health Record (including the results of a tuberculosis (TB) test performed within the prior three (3) months). Instructions to obtain the required clearances and training are provided on the District's Employment Clearances/Training/Health Record webpage. Persons not possessing current clearances may submit an application, resume and references and indicate in the cover letter willingness to secure the required clearances if a position is offered.
Applications for support positions are accepted year-round. Vacancies are posted first internally and then, as needed, advertised in local newspapers and posted to this website.