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An equal opportunity employer, the Stanislaus County Office of Education recruits, employs, and retain highly qualified personnel who represent and nurture the culturally rich and diverse regions of the County. We enhance student outcomes by providing support to our regions in the areas of compliance, education law, labor law, and the collective bargaining agreement. The Stanislaus County Office of Education employs both classified and certificated employees to serve in our county programs. 

Human Resources Specialists are responsible for posting and maintain new jobs, classified and certificated; monitoring credentials; monitoring and maintaining that Stanislaus County Office of Education is in compliance with Every Student Succeeds Act.

Job openings are posted online
The Stanislaus County Office of Education recruits for all permanent and substitute positions through the EdJoin job search system. Information about job openings is available online through the statewide EdJoin website.  Visit to apply for a position with us. 

To submit an application
Applications for employment must be submitted via the EdJoin website.  Applications are always due on EdJoin by 5:00 pm on the closing date for the position. A postmark is NOT sufficient to meet this deadline. A SCOE application form is required for all vacancies.

If you have questions regarding setting up your EdJoin profile or applying for a job, please contact EdJoin at (888) 900-8945.




The Stanislaus County Office of Education partners with local schools and the community to support quality education for 108,000 students in Stanislaus County and several thousand more in regional programs throughout the state. The office employs approximately 1,100 and manages a $301 million budget.


An equal opportunity employer, the Stanislaus County Office of Education recruits, hires, and develops a high-performing workforce that fully reflects the rich cultural diversity of Stanislaus County.

Why work at SCOE? Just ask our staff!

“SCOE exceeds expectations in meeting the needs of the students we serve. I am proud to be an employee of SCOE and have loved my job for 22 years.”

“SCOE recognizes employees’ contributions, and creates a team feeling with all SCOE programs and events (examples include the Staff Kickoff and volunteer/mentoring opportunities).”

“I have been overwhelmed by the friendliness of other SCOE employees. Everyone is personable and extremely helpful, even to the point of going out of their way to help others.”

“I’ve seen lives changed for the better by caring SCOE professionals who do whatever is needed for a child’s success. SCOE does a wonderful job serving children and families.”

But don’t take our word for it…..Ask parents about our programs!

“As parents of a child with special needs, we have an inherent desire for people to understand that our daughter's potential is not less, though it may be different. SCOE staff and all of the people involved with the Special Education Early Intervention program facilitate that need.” 

“My son has made improvements at home and I’ve seen positive changes in his behavior and school work since he’s been enrolled at SCOE’s Tactical Character Academy. He is also more respectful when he talks to me these days.” 

“SCOE’s teachers deserve awards for how much they put into their students. My son has come out of his shell and developed socially at Valley Charter High School. He used to hate going to school, and now he hates to miss it.”

Join the Fun - Learn more about living in Stanislaus County

It’s a GREAT place to live! The natural and man-made splendors of the San Joaquin Valley are just around the corner or just a short drive away. Central California is world-renown for its ceaseless recreational opportunities, and with ideal weather patterns making for sunny California weather daily, recreation can be taken advantage of almost year-round. 

Stanislaus County has a variety of cultural and sporting events to offer as well as music, art, festivals, golf, river rafting, boating, & much more.

  • Parks & Recreation
  • It's a Great Day for a Picnic!

Visit the Community Resources website for connection to all the cities, Chambers of Commerce, and Visitor Bureaus that can be a helpful guide in learning more about Stanislaus County.




Key Contacts

Tatiana Casiano
(209) 238-1616

Human Resources Specialist I

Shelly Campbell
(209) 238-1634

Human Resources Specialist III

Tami Jones
(209) 238-1615

Human Resources Specialist III

Carla Perez
(209) 238-1617

Human Resources Specialist III

Julie Tabangcura
(209) 238-1606

Human Resources Specialist III

Sandy Campbell
(209) 238-1601

Human Resources Specialist III

Frequently Asked Questions

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.