WV Schools of Diversion and Transition provides educational services to over 6,000 juveniles and adults in residential and other state-operated facilities. The mission of WVSDT is to prepare juveniles and adults for successful transition to school or employment and to life in their communities as responsible and productive citizens.
The WV Schools of Diversion and Transition has more than 280 Full-Time staff working in collaboration with the WV Department of Health and Human Resources, WV Bureau of Juvenile Services, WV Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and local WV County Boards of Education to ensure continuity of services as juveniles and adults work to meet their education and/or employment goals.
Choosing a career with WV Schools of Diversion and Transition provides:
Contact us today to discuss how you can be a part of unique programs and services that change lives!
Persons interested in employment with WV Schools of Diversion and Transition as a Substitute Teacher must hold a valid teaching certificate OR hold a valid short-term substitute permit OR have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree (2.0 GPA or higher) from an accredited college/university and complete an approved Substitute Training course.
Approved Substitute Training courses include the following:
PLEASE NOTE: THE TRAINING CERTIFICATE IS VALID FOR ONE (1) YEAR FROM DATE OF COMPLETION ON THE CERTIFICATE.
Qualified candidates can submit an on-line application at Substitute Teacher, Juvenile and Adult Schools, Various Schools within WV (Professional).
Please contact Kim Olsen at 304-558-8833 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind provide a free, appropriate public education in a rural, residential setting to Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Deaf/Blind and Blind/Low Vision students from the 55 counties across the state. The WVSDB is located on a picturesque 79-acre campus within the town limits of Romney (Hampshire County). The school has been a part of the Romney community since 1870, continuously evolving through the decades to provide for changing technological advances and educational practices.
Choosing a career with the WVSDB offers a opportunity to experience an intrinsically rewarding day-to-day work experience within a supportive and caring campus culture.
Full-time employees are eligible for:
WVSDB offers small class sizes allowing for in-depth individualized instruction, beginning educator internship experiences and career development in the field of Deaf/Hard of Hearing or Blind/Low Vision services.
Please check out current vacancies below to see what might be of interest to you, or for more information on career opportunities with WVSDB please contact:
To apply for any of the above listed vacancies, please click here for the WVDE Employment Application.
The West Virginia Board of Education and the West Virginia Department of Education do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, disability, age and national origin in employment and in administration of any of their education programs and activities. Inquiries may be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (304) 558-2702, West Virginia Department of Education, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Charleston, West Virginia 25305; or to the Office of Civil Rights at (215) 656 8541 [TDD (877) 521-2172], U.S. Department of Education, 100 Penn Square East, Suite 515, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107-3323.