It is an opportunity for qualified candidates to meet with school district hiring administrators. Representatives from school districts come to this central location for a day of interaction with candidates.
Those interested in the following positions should attend:
Please apply early for the position that interest you. We are limited in the number of applicants we can accommodate at the job fair. The final deadline to register is September 18th. You will receive a confirming email from the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE).
ONLY THOSE WHO
COMPLETE THE PREREGISTRATION PROCESS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PRIORITY ENTRANCE TO THE CLASSIFIED JOB FAIR AT 9:00 a.m. The deadline for receiving all materials for preregistration is Monday, September 18, 2017.
Please refer to the positions above for further information.
Over 20 Santa Clara County School Districts are expected to be at the fair and have indicated openings in the following areas; Paraeducators, Food Service Workers, Custodians/Maintenance Workers, Drivers (all levels) and Clerical/Administrative Assistants.
Santa Clara County has 32 school districts from Palo Alto to Gilroy. You can read more about each of the school districts and their schools
Within these 32 school districts, there are 413 school sites serving 276,000 students in Santa Clara County.
School districts have employment needs in the following areas: Paraeducators, Food Service Workers, Custodians/Maintenance Workers, Drivers (all levels) and Clerical/Administrative Assistants. You can read more about
each of the school districts and their schools.The September 30th Santa Clara County Classified Job Fair is a day to meet face-to-face with hiring administrators for immediate positions and potential future openings. Please be sure to register to be included.
DATE AND LOCATION:
September 30, 2017
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Santa Clara County Office of Education
1290 Ridder Park Drive
San Jose, California 95131
Map and Directions
BRING WITH YOU
Multiple application packets that include your NeoGov application and resume. Do some research so you have an idea of how many packets to bring with you and what districts you will want to meet.