Job Descriptions


Accounting Technician

Assistant Director - Behavioral Support Services, SELPA

Assistant Director – Special Education

Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources and Educator Effectiveness

Assistant Superintendent – SELPA

Assistive & Instructional Technology Student Programs Support Specialist

Assistive Technology Assistant

Assistive Technology Specialist

Associate Superintendent – Admin Services Operations

Associate Superintendent – Student Programs & Educational Services

Behavior Assistant

Behavior Intervention Specialist

Bus Driver

Business Information Systems Support Coordinator

Business Information Systems Support Specialist

Campus Monitor

Computer Technician

Career Services Specialist

Chief Assistant to the County Superintendent

Credential Analyst and Induction Manager

Data Systems Technical Manager

Director – District and School Support

Director – District Business Services

Director - Early Learning

Director – Facilities Maintenance Operations and Transportation

Director – Human Resources

Director – Information Services and Technology

Director – Innovative Programs and Student Success

Director – Internal Business Services

Director of Youth Development

Director - Resource Development & Transition Services

Director Student and Program Support

Dispatcher Office Technician

District Business Services Manager

Duplicating Services Manager

Duplicating Technician

Educational Audiologist

Educational Interpreter – D/HH

Employment Training Specialist

Executive Assistant I – SELPA

Executive Assistant II- SELPA

Executive Assistant II

Facilities Maintenance Coordinator

Grounds Maintenance Specialist

Health Assistant Paraeducator

Human Resources Specialist

Human Resources Specialist II

Information Systems Technical Manager

Internal Business Services Manager

Itinerant Teacher Deaf Hard Hearing

Job Developer

Maintenance Construction Tradesperson

Maintenance Custodian

Network Coordinator

Occupational Therapist

Office Technician

Paraeducator – Court Community Schools

Paraeducator – DHH

Paraeducator – Special Education

Payroll and Benefits Manager

Payroll Retirement Services Analyst

Physical Therapist

Program Administrator - Educational Options

Program Administrator – Special Education

Program Manager - Clinical Services

Program Manager – College and Career Readiness

Program Manager – Curriculum Instruction and Assessment

Program Manager - Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Program Manager, Early Learning

Program Manager – Educational Liaison

Program Manager – Educational Options

Program Manager – Student and Program Support

Program Manager – Workforce Development

Program Manager – Youth Development and Special Events

Program Manager of Learning Support Systems

Project Support Analyst


Regional Work-Based Learning Coordinator

Resource Specialist

ROP Instructor

School Intervention Specialist

School Nurse

School Secretary


Secretary/Program Analyst

SELPA Coordinator

SELPA Fiscal Analyst

Senior Accountant

Senior Director - Community Engagement

Senior Human Resources Analyst

Senior Payroll and Benefits Analyst

Senior Payroll Retirement Services Analyst

Senior Print Shop and Distribution Specialist

Senior Secretary

Site Principal

Speech Language Therapist

Student Support Specialist

Teacher – Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Teacher - Juvenile Court and Community Schools

Teacher – Special Education

Technology Support Technician

Transition Specialist

Transportation Assistant

Transportation Manager

Vocational Specialist

Work-Based Learning (WBL) Coordinator

Work-Based Learning (WBL) Specialist

Youth Activities Specialist

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