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_Substitute Teacher (ZLS)
Job Code:2018-ANTBE9-MM-003
Location:Z. L. Sung School
FT/PT Status:On Call
  

Location:
Z L Sung SDA School

Job Summary:
Applicants for this position must model Christ-like behavior and attitudes which will positively impact students in leading them to Christ. The Florida Conference is looking for energetic and motivated substitute teachers to work with students at all levels, from pre-kindergarten to high school to instruct students and facilitate their learning in the absence of the lead teacher. The best candidates for substitute teacher jobs have a bachelor’s degree and enjoy working with children. Successful candidates will have to undergo a background check.

Skills, Education, and Experience Required:
  • High School Diploma, preferred Bachelor’s degree.
  • Strong command of English language.
  • Applicant must be a Seventh-day Adventist church member in good standing. Applicant must possess a love for God, a love for working with children, and a desire to see each child in Heaven.
  • Above-average competency in at least two subject areas (such as math and social studies); overall average competency in most or all subjects
  • Flexible, friendly and good at establishing quick rapport with students.
  • Setting the proper tone from the beginning for classroom management.

Job Responsibilities:
  • Promote the Seventh-day Adventist philosophy, ensuring that all subject matter is taught from a Seventh-day Adventist perspective based on curriculum guidelines and requirements of the North American Division, Southern Union Conference and Florida Conference.
  • Follow regular teacher’s lesson plans in a way that ensures consistency and optimal learning, and that encourages students to participate.
  • Assign classwork and homework as necessary, according to lesson plans.
  • Modify teaching styles to fit the learning styles of various students
  • Maintain a well-managed classroom and positive learning environment.
  • Supervise students out of class such as in the hallways and in the cafeteria.
  • Create lesson plans, grade classwork, homework and tests and attend parent-teacher conferences (only for long-term sub assignments).