Substitute with CCS

CCS Substitute Teacher Information

 Substitute teaching is a great way to give back to our community, and everyone is welcome to apply.  Cleveland County Schools hires Substitute Teachers every other month in February, April, June, August, October and December. Applications are accepted daily Monday – Friday in the Human Resources office, which is located at Central Services at 400 West Marion Street, Shelby, NC. Please note:  if you have retired from CCS and wish to apply, there is a 6-month waiting period before any paperwork can be accepted.  



Important Notes:

The complete Substitute Teacher application can be found online and printed by clicking the "Substitute Packet & Forms" link located under the Employment heading found at the bottom of this page. Physical copies are also available in the Human Resources offices at CCS Central Services, which is located at 400 West Marion Street in Shelby, NC. 

Please know that in order to be considered for employment, the Substitute Teacher application must be entirely completed, including all necessary forms, and delivered in person to Human Resources Specialist Tabitha Green at CCS Central Services. Ms. Green’s office is located on the third floor in office 301B. Substitute Teacher application packets will only be accepted in person.  Please do not mail applications or take applications to school locations. 

HR Resources
New Hires

The Cleveland County Schools Human Resources Department works to recruit and retain an outstanding staff focused on student achievement. Our goal is to provide prompt, courteous services and support to all of our employees. If you would like to join our team of dedicated professionals,click here to view our current vacancies.

Thinking About Retirement?

Click here to download the information presentation about North Carolina's retirement process.

Cleveland County Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, handicap, national origin, race, religion or sex. For more information, contact Dr. Linda Hopper, Assistant Superintendent for School Improvement and Administrative Services.To ensure compliance with Affordable Care Act regulations, we need to track the hours of variable hour and temporary employees. Therefore, effective January 5, 2015, all substitutes and interims will be required to clock in and out in TimeKeeper. This measure will allow us to accurately record and monitor hours worked. Please note this change will not affect how substitutes are paid. Substitutes will continue to be paid for half or full days of work.