G-ASD hosting substitute fair
The Record Herald - 7/24/2018
July 24--"Do you like kids?" "Are you are parent?"
People who answer "yes" to those questions are "more than qualified" for some of the substitute opportunities in the Greencastle-Antrim School District, according to Tina Clever, human resources director.
They can learn more at the fifth annual substitute employee job fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, July 26, in the Greencastle-Antrim Middle School cafeteria, 370 S. Ridge Ave.
Clever brought the idea for the first job fair to then-superintendent Dr. C. Gregory Hoover because she had done a similar event while working at Citibank.
"I can't believe this is the fifth one. It has brought people in to see us that I don't know if we otherwise would have seen," she said, adding some of the substitutes have moved on to full-time positions with the district.
Many people in the community, however, do not think they are qualified for the jobs. That's where being a parent or liking kids comes in. Substituting can also be a good fit for parents because the jobs follow the school year.
The district will be looking for substitute cafeteria workers, van drivers, bus aides, traffic control personnel, on-call security, classroom aides, noontime aides and registered and practical nurses.
Contractors also will be on hand, including Source4Teachers/ESS, substitute teachers; various transportation contractors, school bus drivers; and Metz Environmental Services, custodians, groundskeepers and maintenance workers.
"This also lets the community come in and see what we're all about, we're not just a facility where your children are educated," Clever said.
Those attending will have an opportunity to talk with administrators and department directors at the job fair.
For more information, call the human resources department at 717-597-3226, Ext. 50501.
Contact Shawn Hardy at email@example.com or 717-597-2164.
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