Classified Job Openings
Classified Job Information
In school district lingo, "classified" positions are non-teaching positions - ones that don't require a teaching credential. Teachers are known as "certificated" employees.
Positions like food service workers, bus drivers, secretaries, and instructional assistants in the schools are all examples of "classified jobs".
Victor Valley Unified School District is a Merit System district, which means that it has a Personnel Commission that is an independent body composed of three persons who hold monthly public meetings to oversee classified service employment with the District. Like a civil service system, the purpose of the Merit System is to ensure that employees are selected, promoted, and retained on the basis of merit and fitness without favoritism or prejudice.
Applicants who possess the minimum qualifications listed in the job announcement will complete a written and/or oral examination for placement on an eligibility list from which vacancies may be filled. An applicant's ranking on a list is determined by his/her score(s). Selection to fill a vacancy is made from the top three ranking applicants who are ready, willing, and able to accept employment once interviewed by the supervisor/manager of the position. Eligibility lists are in effect for one year.
The Classified Personnel department only accepts online application through the NeoGov website. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of documented work history within the body of the application. This means that an applicant's application could be screened out if no work history is reported within the application, but a resume is attached. Additionally, all supporting documents required for applying for a job must be attached to the application at the time of submission. No late applications or supporting documents will be accepted after the closing date of the job announcement.
Please fully complete the online application and supplemental questionnaire (if any).
The Victor Valley Union High School District and the Personnel Commission are committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, employment, and activities shall be free from discrimination based on disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.