Eligibility Criteria.

  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Have successfully completed an Idaho State Department of Education background check & fingerprinting, at employee’s expense

(PPCS will provide State Department of Education fingerprinting forms)

  • Prior experience in schools is preferred
  • Preference is given to substitute teachers who have obtained at least a bachelor’s degree

Selection Criteria.

  • Experience in an educational setting and/or training in an educational program

General Duties & Responsibilities.

  • Assume the responsibilities for instructing classes when a teacher is absent
  • Assumes responsibility for overseeing pupil behavior in class and during lunch and other regular activities
  • Consult with the director before initiating any teaching or other procedures not specified in the lesson plan

Compensation. $80 per day (prorated for partial days) Availability. As Needed

To apply, please submit an application, current resume and three references to The application can be found online at this link:

None at this time.

Teaching Assistant – AmeriCorps Position

‪Palouse Prairie Charter School — Moscow, ID

Palouse Prairie Charter School is seeking passionate and dedicated individuals to serve as full-time Teaching Assistant for the 2018-19 school year. The Teaching Assistant will provide math and literacy interventions to students in grades K-8 classrooms and support teachers as needed. In addition, the TA may also support students during day-long Adventure Fridays.

‪‪We are looking for individuals with positive attitudes who have a desire to serve their community through education and are willing and enthusiastic to commit to 12 months of service. Members will serve full-time beginning September 2018 and concluding August 2019.

‪As part of the AmeriCorps program, members are part of a national network of service-minded individuals who dedicate a year of their professional lives to responding to community needs, like early childhood education and literacy.


  • ‪Strong interest in education, specifically helping young children practice reading/math skills
  • ‪Experience working with children
  • ‪Dedication to community service
  • ‪Computer skills, including the ability to navigate and use online database systems
  • ‪Responsible, organized, flexible, highly motivated, professional
  • ‪Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • ‪Ability to make a commitment to complete 12 months of service (September 2018– August 2019) or until hours (1720) are completed
  • ‪High school diploma or GED and must be at least 18-years-old
  • ‪U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident alien
  • ‪Preferred: College coursework, college degree, or equivalent work experience


  • ‪Attend all required training
  • ‪Submit an online timesheet to report service hours each week
  • ‪Report student data in online databases each week
  • ‪Complete 1700 + 20 hours


  • $13,732 living stipend
  • $5,920 educational award after service is complete to pay for student loans (members 55+ can pass along the educational award to their child, grandchild or foster child)

To apply, please submit application through:

In addition, please email a resume to Jeneille Branen ( if interested.