Substitute Information Center
A completed application must be submitted online for consideration. If you have previously applied for a different position, please access and update your application online for each new posting.
Please note the following two categories of sub applicants and instructions for each:
Certified Teacher Applicants:
Certified teachers will need to contact Terri Nowicki in the Human Resource Department for fingerprinting status and paperwork instructions. Contact information is listed at the bottom of this page.
If fingerprinting is required, the fee of approximately $50 will be the responsibility of the applicant. However, the process must be initiated with the HR office sending information to the State Board of Educator Certification. This must be completed prior to working as a substitute in the district.
Certified substitute pay is $90/day. Long-term pay for certified substitutes is $110/day after the 15th consecutive day.
The minimum education requirement for subbing for WFISD is 60 hours of college. Transcripts verifying this (unofficial is fine) are required. Transcripts can be scanned into the application or delivered to the HR department to be scanned and attached to the application.
Non-certified applicants must attend a substitute orientation class at Region 9 ESC scheduled for January 9, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon before subbing in WFISD. You must pre-register and the cost is $25 payable on the day of the training. For more details, go to www.esc9.net, create a username and password, and sign up for course number 3664.12662.
After attending and completing the Substitute Orientation, the paperwork meeting will be scheduled for Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 9:30 am-12:00 noon in Room 302 at the WFISD Administrative office located on Broad. Please bring items below to complete paperwork:Non-certified substitute pay is $70/day. Long-term pay for non-certified substitutes is $85/day after the 15th consecutive day.
1.) A voided check or bank document for direct deposit
2.) Two forms of ID for the I-9 (driver’s license and social security card are the most commonly used since specific type of documents are required.) A full list of acceptable documents can be found at www.I-9help.com/AcceptableDocs.html
3.) Beneficiary information on one person complete with social security number and date of birth for that person.
Meeting will also include use of the Sub Management system and Crisis Intervention.
If you have questions or need more information feel free to contact
Terri Nowicki at (940)235-1012 ext. 21006