The mission of the Human Resources Department is to attract, hire, retain, and support the most highly qualified and talented workforce that reflects our values and beliefs.



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All current job openings are available on the Ed-Join website. Click on the links below for the type of job that you are interested in and you will be taken directly to the Ed-Join site.

For Certificated (Teaching) Positions, please click here.

For Classified (Non-Teaching) Positions, please click here.

Questions? The Human Resource Department is open from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Staff may be reached at (530) 532-3000 ext. 3002.


To see our current Certificated (Teaching) Positions, please click here.

For Certificated Salary Schedules, click here.

The following documents are required to be considered for teaching and substitute teaching positions:

  • District Certificated Application - online Edjoin

  • Letter of Application

  • Resume

  • Placement File (or letters of recommendation)

  • Transcripts (official or unofficial)

  • Copy of State of California Teaching Credential

  • Copy of your CBEST card (or verification of employment)

  • NCLB Compliance

Please address all pre-employment correspondence to:

Human Resource Department
Oroville City Elementary School District
2795 Yard Street
Oroville, CA 95966

Tuberculosis, Drug screening and fingerprinting are required prior to employment.

To access information regarding State credentialing procedures, regulations, and examinations, visit the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) website at


To see our current Classified (Non-Teaching) Positions, please click here.

For Classified Salary Schedules, click here. 

For Classified Job Descriptions, click here. 

For the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) / CODESP test, click here.

The following documents are required to be considered for a position:

  • District Classified Application - online Edjoin

  • High School Diploma (or GED)

  • Resume

Each job application may require additional information. This information may be obtained from the job posting or by calling the Personnel Department at (530) 532-3000, ext. 3002. Some examples may include:

  • Driver's License

  • DMV printout

  • Typing Certificate

Written examinations are also required for many of our classified positions. Pre-employment physicals and pre-placement screenings may be required for some positions.

All successful candidates must pass drug screening and fingerprinting prior to employment.

Due to the "No Child Left Behind Act of 2001", applicants for para educators instructional assistant positions must:

1. Possess an AA/AS Degree or higher; or

2. Provide proof of 48 or more semester units from an accredited college or university; or

3. Pass our internal "CODESP" test, which tests the ability to assist in instruction, comprehension, and mathematics (70% or higher in all 3 sections).


All internal applicants will be considered before external applicants are considered.


1) Demonstrated satisfactory coaching experience at the appropriate team level preferred and/or prior team participation considered; 2) Works effectively with others; 3) Communicates effectively; 4) Know­ledge of coaching theory and techniques; 5) Knowledge of adolescent psychology as it relates to sport participation; 6) Knowledge of first aid, emergency procedures, and care and pre­vention of injuries. 7) Personal qualities including, but not limited to, positive appearance, adequate physical stamina, pleasing per­sonality;  8) Time availability suitable for practice sessions, games, fund-raising, etc.; 9) Knowledge of the sport's rules and regulations, league rules and C.I.F. regulations).


 here for the Coaching application.  Submit completed application to the Human Resources Office, 2795 Yard Street, Oroville, CA 95966

**Effective July 1, 2010, all non-credentialed coaches are required to hold an Activity Supervisor Clearance Certificate issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing 
or have a fingerprint clearance on file from the California Department of Justice and the FBI.   Please contact Human Resources for more information.