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Employment Opportunities


Instructional & Administrative Employment

Bethlehem Central School District accepts applications for teachers and administrators through the Capital Region Online Applications System (OLAS). Paper applications are not accepted. For more information and a list of current openings, please click here or visit OLAS.

Application Instructions

Please submit your application, resume and cover letter (include professional aspirations and philosophy of education plus special experience, training and interests) through the Capital Region Online Applications System (OLAS) website as a general applicant or for a specific job posting, unless otherwise noted.

Please do not send any supporting materials (certification, credential file, references, etc.) to the district unless you are contacted by the district about a specific position.

If you need help accessing the OLAS website for any reason, please contact the BCSD Human Resources Department at (518) 439-7481.

Please note that New York State Law requires all district employees to be fingerprinted as a condition of employment. Procedures and policies regarding fingerprinting will be included in the instructions you receive with your application.

Instructional Listings

Teacher Assistant – Bethlehem Central High School

Probationary CSE Chairperson

Probationary Assistant Director of Special Education 

Probationary Speech Language Pathologist – Bethlehem Central Middle School

Probationary RtI Reading Specialist – Slingerlands Elementary School

Probationary English Teacher – Bethlehem Central High School

Probationary Elementary Teacher – Elsmere Elementary School

Probationary Kindergarten Teacher – Elsmere Elementary School

Probationary Science Teacher (Grades 7-12 or Biology 7-12) – Bethlehem Central Middle School

Probationary Elementary Teacher (Grade 3) – Eagle Elementary School

      **Please note: if you have trouble accessing these documents, contact the business office at (518) 439-7481.


      Support Staff Employment

      Application Instructions

      Applications for support staff positions are available for print or download by clicking here [PDF], or in the Business Office during normal office hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information and a list of current openings, please see below.

      Support Staff Listings

      School Monitor (Noon Aide) – Eagle Elementary School

      Food Service Helper – Eagle Elementary School

      School Monitor (Aide to Student with Disabilities) – Bethlehem Central Middle School

          **Please note: if you have trouble accessing these documents, contact the business office at (518) 439-7481.


          Substitute Bus Drivers

          There are currently openings for Substitute Bus Drivers. The rate is $17.86/hour for substitute drivers. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and may be requested by calling (518) 439-3830.

          Please note that New York State Law requires all district employees, including substitute support staff, to be fingerprinted as a condition of employment. Procedures and policies regarding fingerprinting will be provided upon your employment.


          Substitute Employment

          Substitute Staff Listings

          Substitute Teaching/Tutoring at Bethlehem Central

          Individuals interested in substituting in the district should register with the district using the Capital Region BOCES Substitute Service, which can be contacted through their web site or at (518) 464-5127. Learn more about becoming a substitute here [PDF]. Substitute teachers earn $105 per day and $240.00 per day after 30 consecutive days. New York State Teacher certification is not required for substitute teachers, but if you are not certified, you will be limited to a maximum of 40 days of substituting per school year.

          Apply to become a substitute teacher or tutor here.

          Substitute Nursing at Bethlehem Central

          Individuals interested in substituting in the district should register with the district using the Capital Region BOCES Substitute Service, which can be contacted through their Web site or at (518) 464-5127. Substitute nurses earn $20/hour. Current NYS registered nurse certification and proof of current CPR certification is required.

          Apply to become a substitute nurse here.

          Substitute Support Staff Opportunities

          Applications for support staff substitutes (teacher aides, clerical staff, custodians, food service helper, school monitor, bus drivers etc.) are accepted on an ongoing basis and may be requested by calling (518) 439-7481. Those interested in applying for a position as substitute bus driver should call (518) 439-3830.

          Most positions – including food service helpers, clerical workers, aides and monitors, custodial workers- are $11.80/hour. The bus driver rate is $17.86/hour. The nurse rate is $20. Please check when you apply. Please note that New York State Law requires all district employees, including substitute support staff, to be fingerprinted as a condition of employment. Procedures and policies regarding fingerprinting will be provided upon your employment.


          Employee Contracts

          Click here to view employee contracts for each organization. For any past contracts, please contact our district office.


          Requests for Proposals (RFP)

          Property & Casualty Insurance

          The Bethlehem Central School District located at 700 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY, 12054 is seeking bids from qualified individuals and firms for the District’s 2020 Property & Casualty Insurance. Inquiries and questions regarding the 2020 Request For Proposal (RFP) process should be directed in writing before February 28, 2020 to:

          Bryant Asset Insurance Consulting

          Attn: Jeffrey Bryant, CPCU

          1280 New Scotland Road

          Slingerlands, NY 12159

          518-439-1141

          jeff@bryantasset.com

          jessica@bryantasset.com

          The District reserves the right to amend its RFP for any reason or based upon questions received in writing during the proposal process. The RFP does not “obligate” the District to award a contract, pay any cost incurred in the preparation of a proposal in response to the RFP, or to procure or contract for services. The District intends to award a contract(s) on the basis of the best interest and advantage to the District, and reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals received as a result of the RFP, to negotiate with all qualified Proposers/Respondents, or to cancel the RFP in part or in its entirety, if it is in the best interest of the District to do so.

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