• Certificated Guest Teachers

    Certificated Guest Teachers are a valuable resource for the Dublin Unified School District and an integral part of DUSD.  Due to the increasing growth in Dublin and the District's core belief in maximizing learning for every student, Dublin is seeking highly qualified guest teachers.  We offer highly competitive rates, ranging from $130 to $175 per day, depending on the frequency and duration of assignments.  Please click here for the salary schedule.
     
    We are now accepting applications for Certificated Guest Teachers.  If you are a fully credentialed teacher OR hold a bachelor's degree and have passed the CBEST and are interested working as a guest teacher in our district, please complete and submit to Human Resources a Certificated Guest Teacher Application.  Once your references have been checked, Human Resources will contact you to schedule an interview with the Director of Human Resources.  If you have any questions, please contact the Human Resources Department at 925-828-2551, ext. 8007.
     
    Apply to become a Guest Teacher here.
     
    ALL GUEST TEACHERS must attend orientation.  Click on a link below to sign up for orientation.  Bring your completed paperwork with you to your orientation.
     
     
    Informational material to be reviewed:
     

    Forms to be printed and returned to Human Resources: 
    Certificated Guest Teacher Employment Packet

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    Documents Required from Guest Teachers:
    • Fingerprints (ACOE Consortium or DUSD)
    • Tuberculosis Clearance (TB test within the last 60 days)
    • CBEST
    • Copy of Credential or Permit
    • Driver's License
    • Social Security Card
    • Completed Payroll Packet
     
    If you do not hold an Emergency 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit and need to apply for one, please call the Human Resources Department at 925-828-2551, ext. 8007 to set up an appointment.
     
    Important Information:  In October 2011, the fingerprint information was invalidated for individuals whose teaching or services documents (credential, certificate, permit, or waiver) have been expired for three or more years.  New fingerprint information will be required if an individual subsequently elects to reactivate a document or apply for a new type of document.