Employment

Substitute Opportunities

Applications are accepted and candidates will be contacted when there is a need for substitutes in a particular area. If you are interested in substitute positions at BH-BL, please submit an interest form. [SUBSTITUTE INTEREST FORM]

Teachers: Substitute teachers are also needed year-round in all fields, but particularly in music, foreign language, and physical education. If you hold a teaching certificate and are interested in substitute teaching at BH-BL, please submit an interest form.

Bus Drivers: Drivers are needed year-round. An extensive paid training program is available to enable qualified drivers to become substitute bus drivers at $20.17 to $25.77 per hour. A high school diploma and regular driving license are required. Substitute Bus Monitors are also needed. For more information, call the Transportation Department at 518-399-9141, ext. 83523.

Cleaners: Substitutes are needed for cleaner positions with shifts beginning in the afternoon into the evening for $14.50/hr. Positions are available in all buildings, however the High School and Middle School have the greatest needs.

Food Service Helpers: We have substitute positions available for lunch shifts at all five schools for $14.50 per hour.

Nurses: Substitute registered nurses are needed in all schools. New York license required. They must complete a Support Staff Job Application and contact the BH-BL Human Resources Department to set up an appointment. Registered nurses get paid at Step 1 of the Registered Nurse CSEA Contract pay scale, $26.31/hour.

Other support staff: If you have a high school diploma, we have substitute positions available at the elementary schools, Middle School and High School. Positions include teacher assistant, playground monitor, bus monitor, custodial, computer room assistant and secretary. $14.50 per hour.

For more information, contact the Human Resources office at 518-399-9141, Ext. 85012.


Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District is in compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX Educational Amendments of 1972. The School District provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or
disability.