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Employment Information

General Employment Information

The initial employment application process is handled electronically through EdJoin.org. The Personnel Department does not accept or keep any hard copy applications or supporting documentation. Relevant documentation can be attached to the online Ed-Join application by logging onto EdJoin.org, viewing the application status, clicking on the paper-clip, and attaching the desired documents.


Classified (non-credentialed) applications are pre-screened for minimum required qualifications by the Personnel Department. Administration from each site performs the screening for certificated applications and completes supplementary screening for classified applications. Site administrators determine interview time-lines and specific guidelines used to select the applicants invited to interview. Applicants are notified by telephone or by e-mail.


The Deputy Superintendent of Personnel Office is the only District representative authorized to make official employment offers. Upon recommendation for employment, selected applicants must provide official proof of required education, credentials, licenses or certificates. As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to pass a background check from the Department of Justice and provide verification of a current negative tuberculosis test; some positions may require additional pre-employment clearance.


The Personnel Services Division appreciates your interest in employment with our District. 

Substitute Employment Information

Applicants interested in substitute employment with our District must complete a Certificated or Classified Substitute Application at the District Office. Substitute Teacher and Classified Substitute applications are accepted for specific subjects/classifications subject to District needs. Please e-mail lorrina.landeros@cjuhsd.net to find out if the sub pool is open for the subject/classification you are interested in.

Applications are screened and references are verified before the start of the hiring process. Applicants must provide official proof of required education, credentials, licenses or certificates. As a condition of employment, prospective substitute employees will be required to pass a background check from the Department of Justice, at their expense, and provide verification of a current negative tuberculosis test; eligibility for some substitute assignments may require additional testing, qualifications, or clearance.

Our District uses an automated system (Frontline) for our substitute employees to maintain their profile and manage their assignments, for contract employees to submit substitute requests, and for the Personnel Department to oversee the search, decline, and accept process of substitute assignments.
Substitute employees must adhere to District rules, policies, and regulations. Substitutes are required to display a parking permit on their vehicle and wear their substitute identification tag during their work assignments. Parking permits and identification tags are issued by Personnel Services, are District property, and must be returned when employment ends.

Substitute employees are hired on as-needed basis; they are not guaranteed a frequency of assignments or continued employment. Our District will not maintain employment if the substitute employee is seldom or never available to accept assignments.

The Personnel Services Division appreciates your interest in employment with our District. 

The Chaffey Joint Union High School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, mental disability, physical disability, age or any other bias protected by law in its education programs or activities or in personnel or employment practices.