Work at ACOE!
The Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) is in an exciting period of growth to better realize a bright future for local students! Join our team as we reimagine services to more holistically support students and erase the predetermination of failure for children, especially Alameda County’s most marginalized youth.
ACOE directly educates and supports students at six school sites who are justice-involved, expelled, pregnant and parenting teens, foster or homeless youth, infants with special needs, and other students who are not being served by schools. We also provide support to over 215,000 students and 12,000 teachers across 18 school districts.
ACOE leads with a student-centered vision, innovating in the classroom and building safe and supportive community schools. We collaborate and partner with local, county, and state agencies to address challenges students face.
We are looking for individuals who can enact an equitable vision for public education, changing outcomes for the most vulnerable students.
Apply for an open position today to be a part of this exciting mission!
Types of positions available at ACOE include:
- Credentialed teaching positions for our court and community schools
- Classified and administrative and management positions
- Administrative and classified support staff
How to apply for open positions
All applications for employment, for both certificated and classified positions, must be submitted online through EDJOIN. Detailed information and instructions for submitting your online application are available on the EDJOIN website. If you are not a registered user, you will be prompted to select a username and password. You should save and protect this username and password for future access to the site. Once you are logged on to EDJOIN, you may access the Alameda County Office of Education vacancies by sorting by the districts in Alameda County.
All required documentation, including letters of reference, should be scanned and/or converted to PDF format and included as attachments. Applicants for classified positions are typically required to complete a written examination. The date, time, and location of that test are shown on the vacancy notice form on the EDJOIN site.
If you do not have access to the internet or do not understand how to submit an on-line application, visit our office for assistance. Please do not send any paper documentation unless specifically directed to do so by the Human Resources Office.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Alameda County Office of Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer grounded by the Merit System, which adheres to the process of promoting and hiring employees based on their ability to fulfill the job requirement.