I am applying for a staff job at a local community college - program coordination and planning for student services. I am currently in the sub pool at 3 districts - 2 of them I applied directly through the district, 1 of them is managed by Kelly Ed Staffing for assignments. I would like to put down my sub experience on the job application because it is relevant to the position and it would help. However, I do have a question with what person to put down as a "supervisor" - who would be contacted later on as a reference check. By default, this would be the substitute coordinator at the districts (who took my application) in HR. It could be the Kelly substitute coordinator or one contact (the Principal's secretary) at a high school who handles all the subs (hands out the keys, instructions, etc.). But I'm wondering if this would be appropriate, since these individuals don't really have much first hand knowledge of my classroom work. Asking the teachers who I've subbed for is also problematic, because the nature of sub teaching, at least IME, means that you really don't get to work with a few teachers on a substained and repeat basis. Has anyone here run into this issue, and have dealt with getting professional references based on substituting on a effective way? Any feedback will be welcome, thanks!