• Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q. How do I know what positions are open for application?

    A. Carmel Unified School District uses EdJoin (Statewide Job Posting System) to advertise all vacant positions which are open to all applicants. Both certificated and classified positions are posted regularly on www.edjoin.org/carmelunified

    (All In-House positions are sent out to the staff members who are eligible)


  • Q. How do I become a teacher?

    A. You must contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for information at www.ctc.ca.gov


  • Q. How do I become a substitute?

    A. Both Certificated and Classified Substitutes must complete the employment process through the Human Resource Office. The following must be completed and on file in order to be placed on the active substitute call list:

    • Payroll paperwork (provided in the employment packet)
    • Fingerprinting (processed through the Monterey County Office of Education Substitute Consortium at substitutes expense)
    • TB clearance (Adult Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment Questionnaire)

    To apply for a Substitute Teaching Permit, you must contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for information at www.ctc.ca.gov


  • Q. How can I become an Instructional Aide

    A. Carmel Unified School District uses EdJoin Statewide Job Posting System to advertise all vacant positions which are open to all applicants. Both certificated and classified positions are posted regularly on www.edjoin.org.


  • Q. When are units due for Certificated employee's salary advancement?

    A. All courses must be approved in advance of the first class or activity. Transcripts relating to pre-approved coursework have been filed in the Human Resources office prior to September 20th of the year which the higher salary is to be granted.


  • Q. How many days do employees receive for jury duty?

    A. Certificated unit members shall receive his/her rate of pay for any day of jury duty which occurs on a normal work day. Unit member shall endorse and present to the District any warrants which represent payments for jury duty.


  • Q. I'm new to California. How do I apply for a California Teaching Credential?

    A. You must contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for information at www.ctc.ca.gov

Last Modified on March 11, 2020