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Employee Services


Human Resources Operations performs a variety of functions including compensation, position control, personnel transactions, employee records maintenance, and employee badges.  Please see below for HR staff assignments

Employee Services consists of the Human Resources Position Control Analyst, Human Resources Analyst, and Human Resources Technician II.

Human Resources Position Control Analyst

The Human Resources Position Control Analyst is responsible for the maintenance of SCOE’s personnel database which facilitates information used for budget development and payroll. Verify new positions are properly approved as well as process replacement PAFS for vacant positions.

Human Resources Analyst

The Human Resources Analyst performs a variety of specialized duties including unemployment insurance, salary schedules, seniority lists, supplemental payroll authorizations, and TB and Immunization monitoring. 

Human Resources Technician II

The Human Resources Technician II serves as administrative support for Human Resources. Prepare identification badges and maintain work calendars. Prepare and maintain a variety of manual and automated personnel files, records, and reports.


Contact Us

1100 H Street
Modesto, CA 95354

Key Contacts

Karla Rivera Trejo
(209) 238-1618

Human Resources Position Control Analyst

Irene Alvarez
(209) 238-1624

Human Resources Analyst

Sandy Campbell
(209) 238-1635

Human Resources Technician II

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept examination or skill test results from other agencies?

The examinations administered by the Human Resources Division reflect the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of the particular job for which you are applying. In most cases, examinations are specifically developed to meet the needs of the department and its clients. Examination results from other school districts, county employers, and/or public agencies are not transferable.

What is the difference between Certificated and Classified employees?

Certificated employees are required to have a credential from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). Classified employees are not required to have a teaching credential.