Human Resources

The Human Resources Division provides outstanding customer service to employees of the Stanislaus County Office of Education from the time they are hired until the time they retire. The division also provides support with a variety of personnel functions to districts in Stanislaus County. The services provided by the Human Resources Division include the recruitment and selection of employees, classification and salary placement, internal payroll functions, employee benefits, leave accounting tracking, negotiating, implementing and administering collective bargaining agreements, personnel policy implementation, safety and risk management services, substitute services, record maintenance, and employee service awards.

 


Human Resources Administration

Please see below for HR Administration staff:

Jason Maggard
Division Director of Human Resources                                209-238-1612

Priscilla Lyons-Davenport
Executive Assistant to Division Director                              209-238-1612

Cindy Noble
Human Resources Specialist I                                            209-238-1619

Mission & Vision Statement

Mission Statement 

The Division of Human Resources serves members of the Stanislaus County community by focusing efforts on the Stanislaus County Office of Education’s most valuable asset, its employees. The Division does this through recruitment, hiring, and retention of a diverse, qualified workforce. The Division provides Human Resources direction, technical assistance, financial services, administration of employee benefits, safety services, and labor relations services for the Stanislaus County Office of Education.

Key Contacts

Jason Maggard
Division Director, Human Resources
Lisa Foster
Director II, Financial Services
Tara McHenry
Financial Services Supervisor
Georgia Sweeten
Safety Coordinator
Stephani Douglas
Position Control Analyst

Frequently Asked Questions

I was fingerprinted before. Do I need to do it again?

It is against the law for different agencies to share confidential fingerprint results with each other. Therefore, you must be fingerprinted any time you change employers within the public school system.

How long does it take to get fingerprint clearance?

Fingerprint clearance varies. The approximate time frame is one to two weeks. However, fingerprint clearance can take as long as several months to clear.

How do I make an appointment to be fingerprinted?

A list of local agencies and all applicable forms will be provided if you are offered employment at SCOE. You may contact the agency directly to make an appointment. 

How do I apply for a job with SCOE?

Applications are only accepted for jobs that are currently open for recruitment. Applications may be completed using the EDJOIN website.

How do I find out if a specific position is open?

Job opportunities are listed on the EDJOIN website.