Employment Opportunities

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED ($80.00 per day)

​​​​​​​21/22 SCHOOL YEAR OPENINGS

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Teaching Positions Must Meet Highly Qualified Certified Requirements


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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:

Long Term Substitute for Grade 1 Teacher
Approximate Start Date: March 7, 2022
Approximate End Date: May 2, 2022

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

Principal (closes January 28, 2022)
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Title 1 Teacher
Special Education Teacher

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POSITIONS REQUIRING POST SECONDARY EDUCATION:

Special Education Paraprofessionals
6.5 hrs/day, 5 days/week
Grade 1006:  $12.28- $20.02 (Based on Experience)
Eligible for Benefits

POSITIONS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE POST SECONDARY EDUCATION:

​​​​​​​​​​​​​HIGH SCHOOL:

Secretary for the Nurses Department
Grade 1006: $12.28 - $20.02 (Based on Experience)

Teacher Assistant for the CAP Program
Grade 1003: $10.89 - $17.80 (Based on Experience)

DISTRICT WIDE:

Substitute Custodian

SUBSTITUTE NURSES NEEDED:
Send Letter of Intent, Resume, Application & License to:
Daniel LeGallo, Superintendent
119 Central Street, Franklin, NH 03235 or
dlegallo@gm.sau18.org

SUBSTITUTE NURSE DAILY RATE: $100.00


SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED

SUBSTITUTE DAILY RATE: $80.00
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Interested candidates should send
a Letter of Intent, Resume, Application, Certification,
Transcripts and 3 Letters of Reference to:

Susan Blair
Paul Smith Elementary School
41 Daniel Webster Drive
Franklin, NH 03235
sblair@gm.sau18.org

Kenneth Darsney
Franklin Middle School
200 Sanborn Street
Franklin, NH 03235
kdarsney@gm.sau18.org

Carrie Charette
Franklin High School
119 Central Street
Franklin, NH 03235
ccharette@gm.sau18.org

Rebecca Butt
Director of Special Education (Special Education openings)
119 Central Street
Franklin, NH 03235
rbutt@gm.sau18.org


Robyn Dunlap
Director of Technology(Technology openings)
200 Sanborn Street
Franklin, NH 03235
rdunlap@gm.sau18.org

Superintendent of Schools
119 Central Street
Franklin, NH 03235
dlegallo@gm.sau18.org

To find out how to become certified in the State of NH,

go to: https://www.education.nh.gov/certification/index.htm

The No Child Left Behind Act requires that teacher assistants in schools receiving Title I funds must have two years of postsecondary education or have taken and successfully completed an accredited and NH recognized teaching assistant program.