Substitute Teaching

Join our team as a substitute!

Are you looking for a rewarding career working with students?

Rockingham County Public Schools is looking for enthusiastic and motivated people to work as substitute teachers!

Are you looking for a job that is flexible with your schedule?

You can determine your own schedule! Pick the days you are available, and fit subbing into your life.

Do you want to work in your own community?

There are 25 schools in Rockingham County. Substitute teachers have the flexibility of choosing where they would like to teach!

  • Daily substitute teacher and substitute LPN rate $105 per day

  • Retired teacher substitute teacher rate $120 per day

  • Long-term substitute teacher rate $130 per day (licensed substitutes preferred for long-term assignments)

Working as a sub is immensely rewarding. Please contact Kristeen Laatz at 540-564-1330 with any questions.

Must be at least 18 years old, hold a high school diploma or a GED, and possess good moral character. It is the policy of the Rockingham County School Board to comply with all applicable state and federal laws regarding non-discrimination in employment and educational programs and services. It is an equal opportunity employer and educational agency.

Important Information About Applying

Once your application has been submitted, you will only be able to update your profile information, so please review your application carefully before submitting it. This includes the following:

A complete and accurate listing of your employment history. You are advised to be thorough with your employment history. A resume should be attached if the employment history is more extensive than the fields provided.

Please add three professional references, including your current or most recent supervisor. Professional references should include persons unrelated to you who can respond to questions related to your job performance. RCPS will primarily contact your professional references via email. Applications are not considered complete until at least three professional references have been returned. At least one reference must be from the most recent principal, supervisor, cooperating teacher or employer. If you have been self-employed, consider clients, customers or managers. The other two references must be from individuals qualified to attest to your work performance. Supervisors, coworkers, cooperating teachers and professors are examples of appropriate professional references. A friend is not considered a professional reference unless that friend is your coworker. If you have not been employed, consider those who have seen your work in a volunteer capacity. It is the applicant's responsibility to provide valid e-mail addresses and to follow up on the receipt of professional references. If you have a question about references, please contact the HR Dept. Applicants who do not provide appropriate references will not be considered for employment.

Do you need help with your application? Click here for applicant chat support or call the following number for support 1-877-974-7437