Classified Management Application Process
Thank you for your recent interest in classified employment with the Fremont Unified School District. Please read the following information carefully as it is essential that the application be complete and accurate.In addition, all Classified management application packets require:
Basic application packet
- Letter of interest
- Three letters of recommendation
* Please note that certain classifications require a supplemental application that is specific to the classification. Special supplemental applications will be located directly next to the Job posting.
Applications must be easy to read; type or print in ink.
- Resumes may accompany applications but are not accepted in lieu of the District classified application form.
- All requested certificates/attachments must be submitted with the application.
- Applications must be completed, signed and received by 4 p.m. on the closing date to be considered.
Separate applications are required for each position.
Please note that incomplete application packets will not be accepted.
Application forms can be submitted in person or mailed to:
Fremont Unified School District
4210 Technology Drive
Fremont, CA 94538
Fremont Unified School District has adopted the Merit System, and, as such, has a Personnel Commission that oversees the Classified Service according to the rules and regulations set forth in the Education Code sections 45240 et seq. The essential function of a Merit System is to insure that hiring into Classified positions is based on individual merit rather than favoritism. As such, all permanent Classified positions are filled through a competitive examination process leading up to an eligibility list, from which selections are allowed from the highest three ranks containing interested applicants.
- Applications for employment are accepted when the District has posted the vacancy for recruitment (as opposed to internal transfer).
- Applications are paper screened to be sure applicants meet minimum eligibility requirements.
- Testing may be required and may include written, performance, physical or drug/alcohol tests.
- Qualifying oral interviews are arranged after testing has been completed to establish an Eligibility list. This is done by a panel that consists of District and Non-District administrators and technical staff with subject matter expertise.
- The top three ranks from the Eligibility List interview with the supervisor for placement in the vacant positions. The supervisor may select any one of those candidates without further justification.
- Eligibility lists remain in effect for one year or until there are less than three ranks remaining on the list.
- Generally speaking recruitments are both open competitive and promotional, in which internal applicants receive employee points.
- A criminal background check is required before an offer of employment is finalized.
Fremont Unified School District Is An Equal Opportunity Employer