Stipend for Masters and Doctorate, Generous Health and Welfare Benefits, Free Dental and Vision
Under the direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer, plan, organize, control and direct human resources operations and activities involved in the recruitment, selection, evaluation, professional development, staffing and classification of District personnel; administer collective bargaining agreements; coordinate and direct communications, information and personnel to assure smooth and efficient activities and meet District needs related to certificated and classified personnel; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel
Minimum Qualifications: Administrative Services Credential, Bachelor's degree, administrative experience in human resources, public administration or related field and four years increasingly responsible certificated human resources experience involving work with recruitment, employee classification, salary compensation, and labor relation functions.
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Antioch Unified School District prepares students for success in college, career, and life.
Antioch Unified School District provides health, prescription, dental, vision, income protection, and life insurance for every contracted full-time employee with an annual district contribution of up to $25,656.
Dozier-Libbey Medical High School Ranked top 700 School in the nation
Nine Linked Learning/California High School Academy Pathways
Counselors at all campuses
A strong focus on social emotional learning and restorative practices
Comprehensive Music programs K-12
Antioch is known as the Gateway to the Delta for our location near the San Joaquin River, we are also the gateway to an abundance of recreational activities and cultural options thanks to our proximity to the San Francisco Bay Area, the state capital of Sacramento and Central Valley. We have a growing population of professionals, an abundance of housing options, engaging outdoor activities and thriving business hubs. Antioch is the second largest city in Contra Costa County with a population of more than 111,000 residents. Families come to Antioch for its schools, neighborhoods, parks and natural environmental beauty.