District 118 Substitute Opportunities

Teacher - Teaching Assistant - Learning Resource Clerk -
Secretary - Nurse - Food Service -Custodial 

There are many opportunities for substituting in Danville District 118. Substitute teachers and teaching assistants must hold a valid Illinois licensed through the Illinois State Board of Education. The license must be registered through the local Regional Office of Education#54.

A nurse substitute must hold a valid Illinois Registered Nurse license.

For licensing information: Contact Debi Lock at 217-444-1000

Current Substitute Pay Schedule:

 Title  Daily Rate  Working 30+ Days  On Rate
 Teacher $125  $135 $232
Teacher (retired 118) $135 $145 $232
 Teaching Assistant $85 $95 $111
Secretary/LRC $85 $95 $118
 Nurse $150/day
Food Service hourly rate    
Custodian hourly rate    

  • Food Service substitute position inquiries: contact Ann Blair at 217-444-1071 for more information.
  • Building and Grounds substitute position inquiries: contact Nancy Brown at 217-444-1020 for more information.
  • Teacher, teaching assistant, secretary/LRC, or nurse substitute positions: contact Debi Lock at (217) 444-1000 for more information.

To apply for any of the above-mentioned substitute vacancies, please CLICK HERE.  If you need assistance with the online application, contact Debi Lock at 217-444-1000.

Section 10-21.9 of the Illinois School Code requires all applicants for employment with a school district to authorize an investigation to determine if the applicant has been convicted of certain enumerated offenses. This requirement also applies to all new employees of persons or firms holding contracts with the school district, including but not limited to, food service workers, school bus drivers and other transportation employees, who have direct, daily contact with pupils of the school district. Pursuant to Section 10-21.9, upon receipt of the authorization, the school district shall submit the information to the Illinois Department of State Police "on forms prescribed by the Department" to conduct an investigation to ascertain if the applicant has been convicted of any of the offenses enumerated in Section 10-21.9(c). No school board shall knowingly employ a person who has been convicted of any of these offenses.

All new District 118 employees must authorize the required criminal background investigation to be conducted by the Department of State Police.

Danville School District 118 is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.




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