About Human Resources

About Human Resources

Human Resources

William Miller, Director of Human Resources
216-691-2008
The South Euclid Lyndhurst City Schools seeks candidates of the highest quality who will be committed to working collaboratively with a diverse student population, colleagues, parents, and the community to implement the district's mission and to achieve district goals.  As part of this mission, the Human Resource Department actively recruits and conducts employment activities in a manner which ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability.  The District actively recruits qualified minority teachers and non-certified employees. 

The Human Resource Department is also responsible for hiring and assigning guest (substitute) teachers.  Guest teachers are a vital part of our professional staff and play a very important role in the education of our students.

If you are interested in becoming either a full time teacher or guest teacher, please access our online application or call 216-691-2000 for additional information.

HR Staff

Becky Tressler  
Administrative Assistant  to the Director of Human Resources                  
216-691-2008                         
[email protected]         

Debbie Rinella 
Secretary
216-691-2009 

Career Opportunities with SEL

Guest (Substitute) Teachers

Ohio Substitute Teacher Services manages the recruitment and employment of Substitute Teachers for South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools.  To begin the employment process please use the links below or visit the OhioSTS website www.ohiosts.org or call them at 216-446-6787

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Guest (Substitute) ISA's

Intervention Specialist Assistant (ISA) Substitutes

Rachel Wixey & Associates manages the recruitment and employment of Substitute Intervention Specialist Assistants for South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools.  To begin the employment process please use the links below.


CAMERA

The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools are a member of the Cleveland Area Minority Recruitment Association (CAMERA). The mission of CAMERA is to Identify, recruit, and support minority educational professionals for the Cleveland Area Minority Educators Recruitment Association agencies. Our purpose is to develop coordinated recruitment and retention of qualified minority educators that will enable member agencies to diversity their faculty more effectively.  

For more information about the CAMERA organization, please visit our website:  https://www.cameracleveland.com/
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