6005 Tyee Dr SW
Tumwater, Washington 98512
Map of EdJobsNW
Phone:  360-464-6855
Web Site:  http://EdJobsNW.org

Administrative Offices

Welcome to EdJobsNW!
EdJobsNW recruits candidates for administrative, certificated, and classified positions for 44 member districts. We offer a unique system which allows applicants an opportunity to a use a single platform to maximize their exposure to all available and relevant positions. The best part of using EdJobsNW during your job exploration is that you gain a team of qualified and customer service oriented personnel, who will assist you through your journey from start to finish.

Please visit our website at: https://www.edjobsnw.org/ to view all of our job opportunities.

If you have any questions or need any assistance with your application, please reach out to our office at: 360-464-6855 -or- email us at: EdJobsNW@esd113.org.

Teacher Salary & Benefits
Level Starting Maximum
Salary schedule not provided
Employer    Employee
Medical Not specified
Dental Not specified

Additional Benefits Information
Being a Substitute is a rewarding career in education. It provides you the opportunity to set your own schedule, earn a steady paycheck, and gain valuable experience, all while helping the schools and students who need it most.

Here are 9 additional benefits and reasons to start subbing today:

1. You can make a difference in students’ lives: When a school employee is on leave or when a school is transitioning between employees, it can be a confusing time for kids. Students need qualified subs like you to help them stay on track. You can create a positive learning environment by providing support, attention, and encouragement.

2. You can help schools that need it most: Schools look to substitutes when they are facing staffing shortages. Perhaps an employee is on maternity leave, was called away for a family emergency, or had an unexpected health problem. Whatever the reason, vacancies at schools are trying and often stress the resources of other educators and administrators. That’s where you come in! Subs take the burden off of existing staff and help keep the school year moving toward learning goals.

3. You can choose your own schedule: Unlike many positions, substituting allows you to set your own schedule. You can work as often or as little as you want, pick the days you want to be available, and fit subbing into your life — instead of the other way around. This makes it a great option for a wide variety of individuals, such as stay-at-home parents, retirees, artists, and students.

4. You can continue other work: Since you can determine your own schedule, substituting doesn’t have to be your only profession. If you need to supplement other part-time employment, you can easily slot a sub position into your existing schedule. Or, if your availability fluctuates due to seasonal work, you can sub on your off-seasons without giving up a career you enjoy.

5. You can pick the classrooms you sub in: While full-time employees generally keep to a particular school, classroom, and even subject, substitutes get to pick and choose the grade levels and subject matter that suits them best. You can sample a variety of different schools and educational cultures, too, to better learn the type of setting that allows you to thrive.

6. You can network with other school employees: Reaching out to other employees for support, advice, and guidance can be a great way to expand your skills. These connections can help you get an inside view of the schools you visit, broaden your perspective on the educational system, and put you in a good position to build a career as a permanent employee down the road — or even if you want to keep on subbing!

7. You can expand your skills: Speaking of permanent positions, if you are looking to gain some experience for a career in education, subbing is an excellent way to expand your skills. Because you can sub in so many different classrooms, you can gain experience in a wide variety of settings. Substituting also provides valuable transferable skills for other careers, such as problem-solving, public speaking, time management, and experience working with kids.

8. You can learn a lot: It’s not just the kids who get an education. As a substitute, you’ll learn a lot about yourself — what kinds of classroom activities and subject matter make you the most excited, how you respond to challenging students or classrooms, and how much fun you can have making a difference in kids’ lives.

9. You’ll have fun: Unlike an office job, where you know what to expect from 9-5, substituting is really an adventure. The variety, the changing workplace, the new colleagues and students, are all a recipe for adventure.

EdJobsNW invites you to explore all of our substituting opportunities as well as view part-time and full-time opportunities posted directly by many different school districts that post jobs to our website as well!