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Substitute Teacher Position in Detroit, Michigan

Superior Employment Services is now hiring Substitute Teachers in Detroit
A career in substitute teaching will change lives and make a lasting impact on your community.

Responsibilities:
- The ability to create and or follow lesson plans
- Provide a structured learning atmosphere
- Maintaining positive control of the classroom
- monitor student attendance and behavior
- Develop classroom notes as follow up for the home room teacher
- Possess the ability to develop positive working relationships with students, administrators and staff!

You are not required to have a teaching certificate for a Substitute Teaching position
Minimum of 90 credit hours from an accredited college or university in any field with at least 2.0 cumulative GPA is required


As a substitute teacher, you can network with other teachers and administrators, who can provide valuable advice and professional connections.

Subbing can also give you the opportunity to take a long term assignment and build a positive reputation with the school which can lead to a permanent position.

Join our growing network today and become a substitute teacher in Michigan.

Apply online at www.superioremploymentservices.com







About Superior Employment Services
Superior Employment Services is a network of job information databases developed for people seeking education job opportunities in the state of Michigan, Jobs in the field of Education- Teacher Position/ SubstituteTeacher position/ Para Professional/ Administrative School Office.
Specialized in hiring and providing Certified teachers and Substitute Teachers for Schools in Michigan.



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