Classified Employment Opportunities
for Staff and Management including the Application Process
Our Mission StatementWe provide exemplary customer service to recruit, retain, and support employees
who are committed to educate, challenge and inspire
our students and school community.
Thank you for your interest in classified employment with the Fremont Unified School District. Current job vacancies, including Classified Substitutes and Classified Staff Opportunities can be found by clicking here (Edjoin.org)
Hiring Bus Drivers
Are you a Certified (type 1 or 2) bus driver or interested? Submit your application by going to
www.edjoin.org (Keywords Fremont & Bus)
Application ProcessSelection - Merit System:
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 screened to be sure candidates 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 and Tuberculosis clearance is required before an offer of employment is finalized.
Noon Duty Supervisor Positions:
If you are interested in becoming a Noon Duty Supervisor please inquire with the principal or secretary at your school of interest. This process begins at the school site, and will include a criminal background check and Tuberculosis clearance.
Some Classified Positions have specific education documentation requirements. Individuals who have completed college or university course work at an institution in a country other than the United States must obtain a complete evaluation of foreign transcripts, degrees and other relevant documents prior to applying to those particular positions. For information on how to obtain a foreign transcript evaluation, please refer to the Foreign Transcript Evaluation.
Some positions require certification of a minimum typing speed. Certification may be obtained from an approved source, such as a government agency, an accredited education institution, Fremont Adult School, or an employment agency. Certifications obtained from an online source will not be accepted. Typing certifications must be dated within the last three years.
NCLB (No Child Left Behind) Para-educator Testing:
Fremont Unified School District is now conducting the NCLB educational examination. For more information or to view the current paraprofessional examination schedule Click Here.To register for the next NCLB exam Click Here
For questions or concerns please contact:Gayle Cree (firstname.lastname@example.org), ext. 12643Sandie Garcia (email@example.com), ext. 12381 – Classified Substitutes
PLEASE NOTE:The Fremont Unified School District is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Nondiscrimination in Employment
The Governing Board prohibits unlawful discrimination against and/or harassment of district employees and job applicants on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, gender or sexual orientation at any district site and/or activity. The Board also prohibits retaliation against any district employee or job applicant who complains, testifies or in any way participates in the district’s complaint procedures instituted pursuant to this policy.