I have been working at Teachers On Call part-time (More than a year)
flexible schedule. You can literally use the online calendar to mark off the days you don't want to work. As many as you want. No questions asked!
Its on call so the schedule is not layed out very far ahead of time. (but you can choose to take off any days that you want so in my opinion its not a problem.
Advice to Management
If you want to work, sometimes you have to just plan to wake up at 6:00 am and wait for them to call you. There usually will be an assignment, but you might just not know the location until the morning of. If working with ECC (early child care) keep in mind that New Horizon centers work on a ratio basis and send you home early a lot. Montessori Centers usually post an accurate time of the hours you are needed
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Teachers On Call (Middleton, WI).
There really wasn't any interview process. I submitted my application online at their website. A few weeks later I received a phone call asking me some general questions about myself, school background, teaching experience, skill set, etc. I then set up a time to go in and complete an orientation. This consisted of about 10-12 other applicants in a large room at one of the districts I work for. We went over the logistics and filled out necessary paperwork, was quick,easy and painless!
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