Guest employees hold a very important role in East Moline School District #37. They assure that a student's day continues smoothly even in the absence of the regular classroom teacher, bus driver, monitor, kitchen helper, aide, secretary or custodian. As a small token of appreciation, guest employees with full-day school-based assignments are invited to enjoy a complimentary school lunch. If you are looking for a rewarding, part-time position with a flexible work schedule, we hope you will consider employment in one of our guest employee positions.
Guest Teacher Applicants
The journey of becoming a Guest Teacher begins by completing an online application for employment. A fingerprint-based criminal history inquiry, conducted at the Rock Island County Regional Office of Education, is also required, along with evidence of a basic physical exam dated no more than 90 days from the date of employment. The Regional Office of Education is located at 3430 Avenue of the Cities in Moline, and they can be reached at 309-736-1111.
Upon receipt of your employment application, you will be contacted to complete payroll and other employment forms. We will show you how to log in to the Frontline Absence Management System. Before you know it, you will be able to begin creating your personal work schedule.
Guest Aide, Secretary, Playground Aide, Crossing Guard, Bus Driver, Monitor, Food Service, and Custodial Applicants
Those interested in working as a guest paraprofessional, non-instructional aide, office secretary, playground aide, crossing guard, bus driver, bus monitor, food service worker, or custodian also begin by applying online. Department supervisors review applications and contact individuals for interviews when needed. More information may be obtained by calling the Human Resources Office at 792-2887 ext. 8.
Are you ready to apply? Begin here!
The Guest Worker Newsletter is available here. We ask that all current and potential guest workers take a moment to review this information.
Did you know?
With an Associates' Degree or 60 semester hours of college credit, you could work as a Guest Teacher! Click here to learn how!