The Fort Bragg Unified School District is committed to hiring qualified employees, and maintaining a workforce that reflects the rich culture of our community. The District is also committed to strengthening ties with the community by providing volunteer opportunities. Whether you are looking for a job on our campuses or a chance to volunteer, FBUSD offers opportunities for growth and contribution. Thank you for your interest in Fort Bragg Unified School District!
|CURRENT VACANCIES||RECRUITMENT PROCESS||APPLICATION PROCEDURES||SUBSTITUTE EMPLOYMENT|
|SALARY SCHEDULES||JOB DESCRIPTIONS||COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS||INSURANCE BENEFITS / WELLNESS|
Current vacancies are available for viewing and online application at http://www.EdJoin.org, a non profit job site dedicated to school employment.
THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS
Your electronic application will be screened for minimum qualifications after the vacancy closing date. After screening, when eligibility status is determined, all applicants are notified of the outcome. Qualifying candidates will receive information regarding the next step in the assessment process, either by telephone or email.
If offered employment the successful candidate must provide:
- Official transcripts verifying degrees and post degree coursework, mailed from the college or university to the personnel office
- A copy of results for a negative TB Test (less than 4 years old)*
- Documents verifying the candidates right to work in the United States
- Fingerprints for criminal background check
* Candidates without a current TB test and fingerprint background check will not be allowed to work until after clearance has been obtained.
All external job openings are posted on the Internet at EdJoin.org. To apply you must go to http://www.EdJoin.org and create an account. Once the account is created you will need to complete the online application form and attach the required documents as outlined in the vacancy announcement. Incomplete application forms, or applications received without the required documents will not be considered for employment.
Typically, the following documents are requested and should be attached to employment applications:
- Cover Letter
- Up to 3 current letters of reference attesting to experience/ability
- A copy of college transcripts or certificates verifying degrees or training
Applicants for administrative, teaching and pupil services vacancies must also include:
- Documentation of the credential(s) currently held
- CBEST transcript or test result
- Copy of NCLB Compliance Certificate (if applicable to the position desired).
The district employs the following types of contingent workers, who are on-call, without guaranteed hours of employment, but who are hired to fill vacancies of absent employees as needed:
the district also hires walk-on athletic coaches.
Click on the highlighted links above to read about these types of employment opportunities.To apply for any district vacancy, including the above types of employment, click on the EdJoin link (in blue).
Please click here for a list of downloadable job descriptions.
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
Clicking on the links below will take you to the district's collective bargaining agreements.
Fort Bragg District Teacher's Association 2016-2018
EMPLOYEE INSURANCE BENEFITS
Health & welfare benefits are available to employees working 20 or more contract hours per week, including Blue Shield Health, Delta Dental, District funded vision and life insurance. Employee share of premiums are per the applicable collective bargaining agreement, and participation in benefits programs is mandatory for employees working 6.75 hours per day or more.
The Fort Bragg Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, political affiliation, gender, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation, in its educational program(s) or employment. No person shall be denied employment solely because of any impairment which is unrelated to the ability to engage in activities involved in the position(s) or program for which application has been made. It is the responsibility of the applicant to notify the employer of any necessary modifications to the job or work site in order to determine whether the employer can reasonably accommodate any known disability.
Have a question? Ask the Personnel Office.