SUBSTITUTE Educational Support Professionals
2018 - 2019 School Year
Buffalo Hanover Montrose Schools is currently accepting applications for Educational Support Professionals (ESP).
(If you are currently an ESP sub in our district, you do not need to re-apply.)
The Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose School district is currently accepting applications for substitute Special Education ESPs for the 2018-2019 school year! We are seeking dependable Substitute ESP's who are available to work in the district on an on-call basis.
If you are interested in substituting in this very important and rewarding position, please complete the online application found on this page. The Special Education department will review your application. Before working as a Sub ESP, you will need to complete a background check and attend an orientation. For questions regarding the role of a substitute ESP, please contact our Special Education Office at 763-682-8722.
Hours of Work: The substitute ESP generally follows the school day:
Approximate Start Time: 7:45 a.m. (Elementary Schools) -or- 8:50 a.m. (Middle and High School)
Approximate Stop Time: 2:20 p.m. (Elementary Schools) -or- 3:30 p.m. (Middle and High School)
Rate of Pay: $12.50/hour (paid twice/month)
Location: You could be working at any of the 9 buildings throughout the district, or you may specify building preferences during your orientation. The more flexible you are, the more hours are available for you to work.
Beginning: After Orientation
A Special Education Support Professional substitute (ESP sub) works with special education students. Our students come with a variety of needs including but not limited to:
Physical and motor
Personal - care
The sub ESP often supports students by adapting and modifying the learning environment and materials as needed. Assisting the student with personal care may also be a part of the role so it is important the sub ESP is physically able to perform all tasks.
Students easily distracted or easily frustrated are supported by the sub ESP through positive behavior intervention strategies. The sub ESP will follow a plan prepared by the ESP whose position they are filling. Special Education and Classroom teachers provide assistance as needed. This role is a rewarding one, giving the sub ESP the opportunity to work with children who have so much to offer and need support in doing so.
BHM Schools offers:
Flexibility: You choose the days you work, the location and age group of the students you work with, and whether or not you want to work part or all of the day.
Meaningful Work: In keeping with our mission to prepare students for a successful future in a changing world, BHM Schools takes pride in delivering a strong, well-rounded, quality education.
Must have a High School diploma. Must be comfortable with and enjoy working with students with special needs.
Candidates with a high degree of flexibility and willingness to work in a variety of settings with a variety of children are highly preferred.
For questions regarding the role of a substitute ESP, please contact the Special Education office at 763-682-8722.
If you need assistance or have questions regarding the application, please contact Human Resources at 763-682-8712
See why BHM Schools is the place to dream, believe and achieve. From early childhood, to kindergarten to graduation and to adulthood, the BHM School District provides a variety of opportunities for every age. Click HERE or visit our website at www.bhmschools.org to view a short video about our district.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants interested in this position must complete an application on-line by visiting our district website at www.bhmschools.org. Use the link to JOB OPPORTUNITIES > CURRENT OPENINGS & ONLINE APPLICATION > VIEW OUR OPEN POSITIONS (if you've never applied in our district before) or CONTINUE/MODIFY MY APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT (to log back in and update your application if you have previously applied - contact tech support or call 763-682-8712 if you need the email or password you used when you last applied).