• Employment: General Information

    The Glendale Unified School District is an equal opportunity employer who serves a diverse community.  GUSD does not discriminate in education programs and activities or in the employment of personnel and the process therein on the basis of race, color, religion (including religious dress and religious grooming), sex (including gender, gender identity, gender expression, as well as pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military status, veteran status, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.


    Certificated Employment (Teachers, Counselors, Principals, etc.)
    We accept applications
     from Multiple Subject (elementary/self-contained classrooms), Single Subject (secondary/departmentalized classrooms), Special Education, Pupil Personnel (Counseling), Speech, Language, Hearing candidates for contract positions. Applicants must hold or be eligible for a California credential. Passage of a Basic Skills Exam is a state requirement. Click on Teaching Opportunities for current openings.


    Substitute Teaching

    Priority in hiring will be given to credentialed applicants. The rate of pay for substitute teachers will be $165 per day. Long-term assignments will pay $200 per day after the 10th day in the same assignment. Substitutes are required to attend a half-day training prior to assignment in the classroom.  Applications are found on our website www.gusd.net.  Please complete and turn in to the Human Resources Office.  Substitute applications are the only hard copy applications accepted.

    Classified Employment (Non-Teaching Jobs) and the Merit System 
    Glendale Unified School District is a merit system district dedicated to the proper selection and retention of classified employees. The Merit System is a system of rules and procedures similar to civil service, which governs classified school personnel. Its fundamental purpose is to insure that employees are selected, promoted, and retained without favoritism or prejudice, on the basis of merit and fitness. Adherence to the merit system principles, as regulated by the California Education Code and the District's Classified Rules and Regulations is overseen by a three member Personnel Commission.

    Classified positions generally have no credential requirements. Instead, they have specific experience or education requirements, as well as District's testing process in accordance with the merit system that provide competitive opportunities for all qualified applicants. Positions such as clerical and secretarial, accounting, custodial, food services, and education assistants are under this category. Please review the class descriptions to help you determine whether you meet the minimum requirements. Except for continuous recruitments, applications for Classified employment are accepted only as positions become available. Please see the Classified Employment section for current recruitments and the links to the application forms. 

    Management Employment (Certificated and Classified)
    Applications for management positions are also accepted only as positions become available. Certificated and Classified positions require different types of application forms.

    For certificated positions (requiring teaching credentials), click on Certificated Management Opportunities.

    For classified management positions, go to Classified Employment: Current Opportunities.