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Centralia Elementary School District

Certificated Opportunities

Certificated Employment Process

All current certificated vacancies are posted on the Ed-Join website.

What is Required to Apply :

Applications must be completed on the Ed-Join website with the following attachments:

Emergency 30 – Day Substitute Teaching Permit or Elementary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. To learn how to obtain these credentials, go to
  • Cover letter addressed to Darrick Garcia, Assistant Superintendent - Human Resources
  • Complete resume
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation, one must be written within the past 6 months
  • Copy of transcripts (not required for substitute positions)
  • Copy of credential
  • Current TB test results (within the past 4 years)
  • For substitute positions ONLY - LiveScan fingerprint clearance with the Orange County Department of Education Clearinghouse
Please keep in mind that incomplete application packets will not be considered.

All required documents must be submitted as attachments with your Ed-Join application.

How to Apply :
Selection Procedures :
  • Application packets are screened to ensure packets are complete and that applicants selected for interview possess the minimum qualifications.
  • Applicants are contacted via telephone or e-mail if they are selected for interview. Other candidates are notified by mail if they are not selected to interview.
  • A professional reference check is completed for the top candidate(s).
  • A second interview may be required.
  • A job offer is made to the selected candidate. All other candidates are notified once the offer of employment has been accepted and a contract has been signed.
Additional Information :
  • Application materials remain on file for three (3) years from the date of interview.
  • Applicant materials for candidates not selected for interviews are kept on file for one (1) year from the date of application.
  • All final candidates are subject to the satisfactory completion of a criminal background check with the Department of Justice prior to beginning employment.