Make an Impact!
Every job in Manteca Unified serves a meaningful purpose! By working in MUSD, you'll be supporting student access in a safe, positive environment.
Both job fairs will be located at 2271 W. Louise Ave, Manteca.
Classified Job Fair
Wednesday, November 30 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Interview to be a Paraprofessional! MUSD is seeking employees to provide instructional assistance to teachers and students in the classroom as Paraprofessionals. Applicants will have access to proficiency testing and may receive on-the-spot offers. Pre-registration is encouraged, just scan the QR code above or click here to register.
Certificated Job Fair
Wednesday, December 7 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Interview to be a Teacher, Nurse, Psychologist, or Speech Therapist! Multiple Subject, Single Subject and Special Education teaching positions are available for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years. Attendees will have access to credential analysis and may receive on-the-spot job offers. No pre-registration is necessary!
Join the MUSD Team
Every job in Manteca Unified School District serves a meaningful purpose. In MUSD, we believe every student can work to achieve grade level standards, feel safe, and be supported to realize their individual success. MUSD serves approximately 25,000 students through our twenty elementary schools, five comprehensive high schools, two alternative high schools, one online school, and one adult school in the four diverse communities of Manteca, Lathrop, French Camp, and Weston Ranch. We offer many opportunities for career growth and professional development as well as competitive salaries and generous benefits. For certificated staff, we also offer stipends for specialized credits and will accept up to 21 years of service.
Manteca Unified is always working to ensure that our campuses are up-to-date and secure. With funding from Measure G (2014), MUSD has completed (or nearly completed) school and classroom modernizations, health/safety upgrades, and major maintenance projects at schools throughout the District. With the addition of funding from Measure A (2020), MUSD can continue upgrading classrooms and facilities for safe in-person learning.