You must be a current employee with Fresno Unified School District and meet the minimum qualifications in order to be considered for these positions. To be considered for a management position with Fresno Unified School District, you must meet the minimum qualifications specified on the job description.

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***The 2020/2021 Approved Principal Pool Candidates WILL be invited to interview for this position and do NOT need to apply to this job posting***



The Principal II will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.




Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree and three years of classroom experience or experience in pupil personnel services; some administrative experience preferred.


Valid Administrative Services Credential


Valid California driver's license.


The District Supervisor I, Custodial Services for Maintenance & Operation is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, coordinate and monitor efficient custodial operations for schools within an assigned area; inspect facilities and recommend corrective measures to provide a safe, clean and orderly learning and working environment.




Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school and five years custodial experience, including three years in a supervisory responsibility.


Valid California driver's license.



Under the direction of the assigned supervisor and/or Site Athletic Director organize and conduct a comprehensive program in the prevention and care of athletic injuries. Evaluates the physical condition and advises and treats student athletes to maintain maximum physical fitness for participation in athletic competition, while keeping the mental and physical welfare of the athlete as the top priority. Promotes the prevention of injuries by all available means including conditioning, protective equipment, exercising, taping, and training techniques.






Graduation from an athletic training program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) with a bachelor’s or master’s degree.


Previous experience working as an Athletic Trainer preferred.






NATA BOC Athletic Trainer Certification required


Valid California Driver’s License


Current CPR certification required.

ANALYST I (GENERAL) SCHOOL LEADERSHIPE-17$66,526.29 - $80,826.48Misty Her
457-3754 9/22/2020

The Analyst I for School Leadership is to perform technical analytical work in one or more assigned areas; direct, train and review the work of technicians and clerical staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services; lead assigned special projects to expand practices proven to raise student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education Students; accurately gather, evaluate, and analyze a wide variety of data and information.




Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree.

Three years increasingly responsible supervisory/management and/ or related experience in area of specialty.


Valid California driver's license.

Test ItemWill automatically be removed on 9/19A-1$10,000-$20,000Tester123-45679/18/2020Just testing
Analyst II (General) - Equity & AccessEquity & AccessE-21$80,825.51 - $98,244.06David Jansen457-38139/3/2019The Analyst II at Equity and Access will work under the direction of a senior Equity and Access leader and will actively partner with multiple departments and school sites to model and support the use of research, data, and improvement frameworks to increase data literacy and fluency, evaluate systems, structures, and processes resulting in current outcomes, and deploy rapid tests of change ideas with a user- and problem-centered approach.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Support departments and school sites by facilitating data-driven critical inquiry
• Support departments and school sites in the development, testing, and scaling of evidence-based change ideas
• Extract, transform, analyze, and visually represent information from district databases
Desired Knowledge and Abilities:
• Ability to collaborate effectively amongst diverse teams that value constructive debate and active learning
• Familiarity with continuous improvement principles, strategies, and processes
• Ability to develop SQL queries or proven capacity to acquire new technical skills in a short amount of time
• Experience developing data visualizations using Excel, Tableau, or Power BI

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree and four years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management or related experience in area of specialty.

Valid California driver's license.
Manager II (General)Information TechnologyE-25$95,380 - $115,930Philip Neufeld457-31649/20/2019The successful candidate will manage the team responsible for core infrastructure and enterprise services for Fresno Unified affecting 110+ sites, 9,000+ employees, 72,000+ students, and 70,000+ computers. The core infrastructure includes 500+ virtual machines, hosts on Cisco Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) environment running HyperV 2019, and Windows Server OSs containing apps like N-Tier ERPs, WFEs, domain controllers, etc. The enterprise services include Microsoft Office 365, Teams, Azure, DCs, SCCM, etc. Other critical aspects of this team’s domain include management of cybersecurity platforms and services including Microsoft EOP, ATP, ATA; Cisco Firepower, Nexus Switches, Cisco CUCM, Cisco Umbrella; Rapid7 IDR SEIM, Nessus, etc. The candidate must be familiar technologies and practices related to multi-cloud, hybrid-cloud, data protection, cybersecurity, Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity (DR/BC), etc.

The successful candidate will leverage the collective strengths of the team responsible for core infrastructure and enterprise services; will collaborate with the team on growth of the members’ capacity; will collaborate with the team and their supervisor on the prioritization of work across operations, services and initiatives; and will collaborate with team members to make decisions regarding architecture, configuration, and projects where necessary.

- Experience managing enterprises with 25,000+ devices, 250+ hosts
- Strong knowledge of Office 365
- Strong knowledge of managing enterprise services throughout their life cycle
- Ability to travel to school and districts sites (20%)
- Strong knowledge of hybrid multi-cloud architectures & HCI

*Any combination equivalent to: bachelor’s degree and five years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management or related experience in area of specialty.

*Valid California driver’s license.
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