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Employment Requirements

Completed Online Application
EDUStaff will not accept incomplete applications for employment. If an incomplete application is submitted you will be notified by an EDUStaff representative of your incomplete status. Your application will not be approved until all requirements have been met.
Acceptable Forms of Identification (As required by Federal I-9 requirements)
Professional Development
All EDUStaff applicants will be required to complete several online professional development training modules. EDUStaff GCN requirements are as follows:

K-12 Applicants
  • A Guide for Substitute Teachers - (Substitute Teacher applicants only)
  • Allergy Management
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • FERPA
  • Food Safety - (Food Service applicants only)
  • Hazardous Communications
  • Sexual Harassment
  • State and Federal Laws K12 (Required for all in-classroom applicants) (Michigan only)
Higher Education (College and University) Employees
  • FERPA
  • Sexual Harassment
  • State and Federal Laws Higher Ed
Employee Reference Check
As a condition for employment with EDUStaff, employee reference checks are required for all new applicants.
State Specific Requirements
Select a state
Specific documentation requirements vary by corporation in Indiana. Below is a list of acceptable educational documents for employment. One of these must be on file with EDUStaff before a substitute teacher can be hired.

Educational Documents for Indiana
EDUStaff accepts the following educational documents:
  • Valid Indiana Teaching License, OR
  • Current Sub Permit
Additional documents needed, if applicable by specific corporation:
  • Official Transcript with appropriate number of semester credit hours from an accredited college/university
  • Documentation showing prior experience working with children in an educational setting.
Information about specific educational document situations:
  • Official Transcripts Received Electronically: Certain colleges/universities send official transcripts via email. EDUStaff will only accept an electronic transcript if it is sent directly to us from the college/university. Unofficial transcripts will NOT be accepted.
  • Foreign Transcripts:
    • Acceptable foreign transcript: Credits completed at an accredited teacher preparation institution in one of the following four provinces of Canada are acceptable and do not need to be evaluated.
      • Ontario
      • Newfoundland
      • Quebec (unless the transcript is not in English)
      • Saskatchewan
    • Unacceptable foreign Transcripts: If a transcript is from a foreign college or university and does not meet the above requirements, the transcript must be evaluated by an accredited agency (see “Foreign Credit Evaluation Agencies” section). EDUStaff must have the evaluated transcript on file before the applicant can be hired as a substitute teacher. A list of accredited evaluation agencies is located at the end of this section.
  • Teaching Licenses: A copy of the teaching License must be on file with EDUStaff. Web-printouts verifying the License are not acceptable.
  • Current Indiana Teaching Licenses:
    • Initial Practitioner License: 2-year license issued to novice teachers while completing IMAP/residency program
    • Proficient Practitioner License: 5-year license after completion of the IMAP
    • Accomplished Practitioner: 10-year license, renewable
    • Emergency Permit: issued at request of school district
    • Visiting Teacher Permit: 3-year nonrenewable issued to teacher from a foreign country who holds the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree and complete a teacher education program in their country
  • Out of State Teaching Licenses: Applicants with out of state teaching Licenses are required to submit an official undergraduate transcript from a four-year accredited college/university showing 30+ credit hours.
Background Check
A background check is required to be run on all employees in a public school setting.
Educational Documents for Michigan (Substitute Teachers and Higher Education Applicants Only)
EDUStaff accepts the following educational documents:
  • Official Transcript with 90+ semester credit hours and a minimum 2.0 GPA from a four-year accredited college/university
  • Temporary Teaching Authorization
  • Current Michigan Teaching Certificate
  • Expired Michigan Teaching Certificate
  • Out of State Teaching Certificate accompanied by an official undergraduate transcript from a four-year accredited college/university showing 90+ credit hours and a minimum 2.0 GPA
Information about specific educational document situations:
  • Official Transcripts Received Electronically: Certain colleges/universities send official transcripts via email. EDUStaff will only accept an electronic transcript if it is sent directly to us from the college/university.
  • Foreign Transcripts:
    • Acceptable foreign transcript: Credits completed at an accredited teacher preparation institution in one of the following four provinces of Canada are acceptable and do not need to be evaluated.
      • Ontario
      • Newfoundland
      • Quebec (unless the transcript is not in English)
      • Saskatchewan
    • Unacceptable foreign Transcripts: If a transcript is from a foreign college or university and does not meet the above requirements, the transcript must be evaluated by an accredited agency (see “Foreign Credit Evaluation Agencies” section). EDUStaff must have the evaluated transcript on file before the applicant can be hired as a substitute teacher. A list of accredited evaluation agencies is located at the end of this section.
  • Teaching Certificates: A copy of the teaching certificate must be on file with EDUStaff. Web-printouts verifying the certificate are not acceptable.
  • Temporary Teaching Authorization: Issued to individuals that possess a valid out-of-state teaching certificate and have met all requirements for the Michigan Provisional certificate, except passing the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification. This certificate is valid for a year from the date it was issued.
  • Current Michigan Teaching Certificates
    • Provisional Certificate: The initial teaching certificate issued upon successful completion of an approved teacher preparation program. Valid for up to 6 years. Can be renewed for up to 3 years with the completion of 10 semester credit hours in a planned program at an approved teacher preparation institution. A second 3-year renewal requires completion of 18 semester hours in a planned program at an approved teacher preparation institution.
    • Professional Education Certificate: Requires completion of 18 semester hours in a planned course of study after the issuance of the Provisional certificate, completion of Michigan's reading requirement (6 semester hours of teaching reading for elementary teachers or 3 semester hours for secondary teachers and 3 years of successful teaching experience). Valid for up to 5 years.
    • Continuing/Permanent Certificate: Neither certificate is currently issued by the Michigan Department of Education. However, any previously issued certificates are valid and do not expire.
  • Expired Michigan Teaching Certificates: Official transcripts are not required with an expired Michigan Certificate.
  • Out of State Teaching Certificates: Applicants with out of state teaching certificates are required to submit an official undergraduate transcript from a four-year accredited college/university showing 90+ credit hours and a minimum 2.0 GPA.
Fingerprinting
The State of Michigan, as well as EDUStaff, requires all individuals regularly providing instructional, food, custodial, transportation, counseling, or administrative services in a public or private school, or instructional or auxiliary services to special education students to be electronically printed under the SE – MI SCHOOL EMPLOYMENT (MCL 380.1230a) reason code.

For K-12 positions, if previously fingerprinted for MI School Employment, your fingerprint results must meet the following requirements in order to be valid:
  • Fingerprints were taken after January 1, 2006.
  • You have been regularly and continuously employed by a K-12 educational institution or its 3rd party staffing company since being printed.
If your fingerprints do not meet these requirements, you must use the EDUStaff live scan request form to be fingerprinted. For a list of approved live scan vendors, please click here. Other live scan sites may be available through the sheriff or local police departments. Fees vary depending on choice of location.

All higher education staff must have a Risk Aware criminal background check completed by EDUStaff. EDUStaff employees requiring a Risk Aware criminal background check will be subjected to a ten dollar processing fee.



Foreign Credit Evaluation Agencies
Education Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 5087
Bowling Green Station
New York, NY 10274-5087
Telephone: (212) 966-6311
Chicago Telephone: (312) 222-0882
Fax: (212) 739-6120
E-mail: info@wes.org
Website: http://www.wes.org


Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.
P.O. Box 514070
Milwaukee, WI 53203-3470
Telephone: (414) 289-3400
Fax: (414) 289-3411
E-mail: eval@ece.org
Website: http://www.ece.org


International Education Research Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 3665
Culver City, CA 90231-3665
Telephone: (310) 258-9451
Fax: (310) 342-7086
Website: http://www.ierf.org