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Theres usually 3 different shifts available. Day, mid, and night shift.

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Gossipy at times but most people are genuinely there for the students. Can be stressful during testing

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I believe it was 10 days a month.

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Confident that it will do nothing but improve

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Always busy; engaged with various individuals; constantly learning and plenty of opportunities to go for enhanced training; salary was perfect>goes according to education>PLENTY of room for advancement>able to move around in the division. You just have to be careful of who you work for in the school.

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Virginia Beach City Public Schools substitute teachers are required to have a minimum of 60 credit hours from an accredited institution. They are also required to complete Child Abuse and Neglect Training (CANT) to be eligible for employment consideration (no cost, web-based instruction). Please visit our website www.vbschools.com for more information.

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The hiring process varies based on the type of position. Completed applications are reviewed by hiring managers. If you are identified to move forward in the selection process you will be contacted.

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7:00am-4:00pm for my current position

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Better job offer with less hours and more pay. It would be nice not to work after I got home and on the weekends.

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