The Human Resources Department is a vital resource within the Placer County Office of Education serving the employment needs of PCOE departments to recruit and retain the most highly qualified individuals to serve in management, certificated, and classified positions. The HR Department offers a wide variety of support and services ranging from assisting job seekers with the application process to providing employee assistance with all personnel issues.
The goal of the department is to provide the highest quality of customer service in the most educated, professional, and courteous manner to all individuals. Throughout this chapter, you will find information regarding employee assistance, health and welfare benefits, substitute teacher information, and other resources in regards to human resources at PCOE.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
PCOE employees have access to our Employee
Assistance Program. View the Employee Assistance Program
VIEW OUR CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES!
Looking to start an exciting career with Placer County Office of Education? If so, then be sure to view all of our current job opportunities by visiting
Speak with employers from multiple districts about open positions, salary schedules, and health and welfare benefits. Seeking qualified candidates for teacher, clerical staff and skilled trade positions. Bring your resume and come dressed to impress!
Contact us at (530) 889-8020 for more information.
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When educators are looking to grow as a professional, having the appropriate credentials, permits, and certificates mean everything. Placer County Office of Education is happy to provide a helpful credential staff that's focused on making dreams a reality. From frequently asked questions to information for out-of-state teachers, we're here for assistance.
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Placer County Office of Education is not only focused on the education of students, but we also want all education teachers and professionals to have the tools they need to succeed. Our Employee Assistance Program is based around providing all employees with the resources and education needed.
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From understanding job descriptions to finding resources when you need them, trying to figure out everything can be confusing. Placer County Office of Education is happy to have a Human Resources department that is focused on every need of the education professionals throughout the county. For your convenience, we've provided many answers to frequently asked questions relating to human resources.
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Placer County Office of Education believes that a healthy workforce is a happy workforce. That being said, PCOE is proud to provide a wide variety of health and welfare benefits for both current employees and retirees. From dental care to vision treatments, PCOE offers many solutions focused on affordable healthcare for our employees.
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Whether you're looking for a new career or you've been waiting for your chance to become a PCOE employee, reviewing and understanding job descriptions is extremely important. For your convenience, we've listed dozens of job descriptions for both certificated and classified positions at Placer County Office of Education. Here you can see an in-depth look at the details of many jobs throughout the county.
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While understanding job duties and requirements hold great importance to an employee, it's also vital to understand the salary and how it can grow over time. Placer County Office of Education proudly provides salary schedules for a wide variety of educational positions within the county. Here employees or those looking to apply for a job can get a clear depiction of their compensation package and how it can increase.
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When education professionals are ill, on vacation, or away from work for one reason or another, schools need qualified candidates to fill these important roles. While full-time teachers can create a lasting impact on a student, substitute teachers still hold great importance for the academic success of students all over the world. This section provides valuable resources on how to get started as a substitute teacher, including answers to many frequently asked questions.
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The Placer County Office of Education believes quality education is a vital priority for the students and
citizens of Placer County. We work in partnership with the 16 local
school districts and one community college district in Placer County to
equip every child with a first-class education to succeed in a global
economy, to appreciate the cultural, social and historical resources of
their community, and to be active participants in civic
The vision of the Placer County Superintendent of Schools and the
Placer County Board of Education is to provide exemplary leadership and service
to schools, parents, and the community as we work together to provide a
globally competitive, comprehensive, rigorous and relevant education to all
students. Read more about the Placer County Office of Education's vision, mission and strategic goals.
Working at PCOE allows you to make a real difference in the lives of students and families throughout the county. And, we strive to uphold a workplace culture that is mutually beneficial through the PCOE Promise.
The PCOE Promise is a promise we make to each other - that
employees will exemplify the workplace
expectations set forth by the Placer County Superintendent of Schools
Gayle Garbolino-Mojica and that the organization will strive to uphold
workplace culture ideals for its employees.
Superintendent Expectations: Credibility, Excellence, Integrity
There are three expectations of all employees. These
expectations set us apart and builds the trust of our parents, students and
Credibility - The quality of being
trusted. Credibility is a commitment to truth. How are you demonstrating
your credibility in your work?
Excellence - The quality of greatness -
the very best. In everything we do, we aim for greatness. Our students and
our community partners deserve nothing less.
Integrity - The quality of being honest
and having strong moral principles. Are you doing the right thing when no
one is looking? Do you make the hard choice because you know it's best for
Workplace Culture Ideals: Connected, Supported, Valued
There are also three ideals that we want the organization to uphold for its employees.
These are the ideals we strive to achieve.
Connected - Do you feel connected to
the greater mission of PCOE? Do you have relationships at work that you value?
We want PCOE to be the type of workplace that shares information and
empowers employees. We want to be a team.
Supported - Do you have the tools and
resources you need to do your job? Are you getting the emotional support
you need, and the constructive coaching to help you succeed?
Valued - Do you feel valued in a way
that is meaningful for you?
Director, Human Resources
Admin Assistant - Confidential
Colleen Slattery, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
HOW DO I FIND OUT ABOUT CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES WITH PCOE?
PCOE utilizes EdJoin (Education Job Opportunities Information Network) to post our job openings. Some positions are also advertised in local newspapers and publications.
WHAT BENEFITS DOES PCOE OFFER?
Benefits may include medical, dental, vision, tax-sheltered annuity, and STRS/PERS contribution. Specific information regarding plans and costs are provided once an offer of employment is made.
IS TESTING REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR A POSITION?
Some positions with PCOE do require testing. If testing is a requirement for a position, it will be specified on the job vacancy notice and EdJoin posting.
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Health and Welfare Benefits
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“A teacher affects eternity; you can never tell where their influence stops.“
― Henry B Adams