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Dear Visitor,

Thank you for visiting the Personnel Commission’s web site. We hope that it provides you with the information that you are seeking. The classified employees of the Montebello Unified School District provide essential non-teaching services to students, teachers and the public. If you are interested in being considered for a position in the classified service, please visit the Careers & Job Descriptions  page of this web site to determine the employment opportunities that are currently available, all Classified positions in MUSD and their current salary. For your convenience, you can apply directly on-line from the comfort of your home. For additional information, please call or visit our office.

Marlene Marin Pitchford
Director, Classified Human Resources

Mission Statement

The mission for the Montebello Unified School District is to create a learning community focused on preparing all students to achieve personal and academic success in the future.

Our Employees

The Montebello Unified School District employs over 1,900 certificated staff members (teachers, counselors, psychologists, etc.) and over 1,500 classified employees. Classified employees provide accounting, clerical, instructional assistance, nutritional services, grounds keeping, custodial, maintenance, transportation, managerial, and other important services to the District.

Classified - Human Resources

The Montebello Unified School District is composed of 18 elementary schools, 6 intermediate schools, 3 high schools, 4 adult schools and 1 continuation high school. It serves a student population of more than 35,500 K-12 and 34,000 adult students and employs approximately 1,500 classified and 1,900 certificated employees. Geographically, the district is located about 10 miles east of Los Angeles and encompasses all of the Cities of Montebello and Bell Gardens and portions of the Cities of Monterey Park, Commerce, Pico Rivera , East Los Angeles and South San Gabriel.

Personnel Commission 3rd Annual-Classified Employee Conference

Teaming for a Brighter Tomorrow: The Future Starts With You

 

To reserve your seat at the 3rd Annual Classified Employee Conference, please return this form to Classified HR by fax at 323-887-5897 or email to classified_hr@montebello.k12.ca.us by April 25, 2014, at 4:00 p.m.

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The Merit System

The Montebello Unified School District is a Merit System employer for classified employees. A Merit System is a form of civil service which covers certain aspects of school district classified employment. The California Education Code mandates, in Merit Systems, the establishment of a public body of three lay persons, called a Personnel Commission, to oversee and control the selection, classification, retention, and promotion of classified employees as prescribed by law. Personnel Commissioners are appointed to three-year staggered terms of office. Each Commissioner is recommended to the State Superintendent of Schools by the Board of Education for appointment. The law provides for the Personnel Commission to appoint a Director in the field of personnel to guide them through the complexities of Merit System personnel rules and regulations. For a more in-depth look at the merit system, visit www.meritsystem.org

Some of the areas which involve the Personnel Commission are: certification of employment eligibility lists, overseeing promotions, examinations (testing), classifying and reclassifying jobs, and adjudicating appeals of disciplinary actions or examinations.

The Personnel Commission holds regular public meetings at 4:30 p.m. on the first and third Monday of each month. The agenda is posted, in advance, at each district site, as well as on the display board at the entrance to the District Administration Office, at 123 South Montebello Boulevard, Montebello, CA 90640. Personnel Commission agendas and minutes may also be viewed from the link to the left of this page

Upcoming Jobs

  • After School Program Supervisor
  • Human Resources Analyst-Classified
  • IA Early Childhood Education

Personnel Commission staff anticipates that each position listed above will open for recruitment soon. In order to be notified immediately via email when the application period opens, submit a Job Interest Card.  See step-by-step instructions below.
 

How to Submit a Job Interest Card:

  1. Click on the position title above OR visit our online Job Descriptions With Salary
  2. Once you find a position of interest, click on the link “Email me when jobs like this become available” (top, right corner of job description)
  3. You will be notified instantly via email once the application period for the position opens