4 STEPS TO SUBSTITUTE EMPLOYMENT
Step 1: Apply
Choose the appropriate application button above.
Step 2: Substitute Employment Packet
You will receive an email from The Greater Cincinnati School Application Consortium with a Substitute Employment Packet link. You will need to submit the following new hire forms electronically:
- Applicant’s Authorization for Release of Information
- W-4 Form(Federal Tax Withholding Form)
- Employee’s Withholding Exemption Certificate Form (OH (IT 4), KY (K-4), IN (WH-4))
- City Tax Liability/Public School District of Residence Form
- Federal I-9 Form, Employment Eligibility Verification
- STRS New Hire Notification Form
- Social Security Windfall Form (SSA-1945)
- Direct Deposit Authorization Form
- Substitute Required Trainings
- Certified Substitute Preference Form
Step 3: Photocopies
You will need to mail the following photocopies to our office:
CCS, 11083 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45231)
- Current BCI Background Check results(must be no more than one year old)
- Current FBI Background Check results(must be no more than one year old)
If you need to be fingerprinted, contact Kim at 513-674-4200 to schedule an appointment.
- Photocopies of your identification (Driver's license and Social Security Card --or--valid U.S. Passport --or-- other acceptable documents as listed on the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification)
- Voided personal check OR bank authorization for electronic deposit
- Current ODE License/Certificate(If you need to obtain a SUBSTITUTE LICENSE, please go to http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Teaching/Educator-Licensure/Apply-for-Certificate-License and follow the instructions. When selecting the organization for the Superintendent’s signature, please choose IRN: 047324 or Hamilton County ESC)
Step 4: Orientation*
You will be invited by email to attend a mandatory ORIENTATION session held at the Hamilton County Educational Service Center.(*Retirees and District Employees excluded.)
Once all steps are completed, you will receive an email with Aesop login information.
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