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Sacramento County Office of Education Sacramento County Office of Education

Personnel

​The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) is one of 58 county offices of education in the State of California and plays a vital role in providing technical assistance, curriculum and instructional support, staff development, legal and financial advice, and oversight to school districts within Sacramento County. SCOE serves students in Special Education, Regional Occupational and Career/Technical Education Programs, Juvenile Court Schools, Community Schools, and other related areas.

Location

​We appreciate your interest and wish you success in your employment search. Our office is located in the Personnel/Business Services building at 10530 Mather Blvd. Maps and directions are available online.

Have a question? Learn more by reading the SCOE Per​sonnel FAQ. If your question is still not answered, please call SCOE Personnel at (916) ​​228-2332.

  • SCOE Personnel Commission—administers the Merit System for classified employees. Learn about the Commissioners, their responsibilities, and their staff.

Applying for a Job​

SCOE accepts applications through the EDJOIN Jobseeker system. EDJOIN allows users to create a profile and apply for jobs online. If required, documents such as résumés, certificates, and letters of recommendation should be uploaded to EDJOIN and attached to job applications. If you have a question about setting up a profile or applying for a job, please contact EDJOIN directly at (888) ​900-8945.

[SCOE Job Opportunities: Apply Now Using EDJOIN]

For the convenience of job seekers who do not have access to a computer or the Internet, a computer kiosk in the lobby of SCOE's Personnel/Business Services building may be used to access EDJOIN.


Substitute​ Information

Credentials​​

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Additional Resources
Salary Schedules
Job Descriptions
Employee Recognition
Collective Bargaining
Agreements


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