Interested in substituting at SeDoMoCha?
We accept applications for substitute teachers, ed techs, nurses, food service workers and custodians throughout the year. Application packets are not available for download, but may be obtained at the Superintendent’s Office. If you would like an application mailed to you, call (207) 564-6535 opt. 5.
Substitute Teachers, Ed Techs – Must have high school diploma or above; Criminal History Records Check is required
– State of Maine certified teacher or its equivalent as determined by the superintendent at the time of substituting – salary will be $87.00 per day
– 4 Year degree from an accredited school – salary will be $82.00 per day
– 2 years or more of college, i.e., 60 plus credit hours from an accredited school – salary will be $77.00 per day
– High school diploma – salary will be $72.00 per day
– A substitute teacher who has attended and satisfactorily completed the Piscataquis Valley Adult Education Cooperative (PVAEC) substitute training will receive an additional $5.00 per day to their daily rate schedule. Go to PVAEC to find out about upcoming trainings.
For more information about substitute teacher training, check out the Substitute Teacher Resources Page available on Mr. Boomsma’ website.
Substitute Food Service Workers, Custodians – Must have high school diploma or equivalent; Criminal History Records Check is required
– State minimum wage
Substitute School Nurse – Must be a skilled registered nurse (RN); Criminal History Records Check is required
– $120.00 per day
A Criminal History Records Check is required of all RSU 68 employees. For information about this process, please see Maine Department of Education Fingerprinting.
Go to ServingSchools to find more information about openings
Work Permits for students? More information here
RSU 68 does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, ancestry or national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, or physical or mental disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities and will honor all appropriate laws relative to discrimination.