What happens if I am selected?
For many jobs, offers are made pending the results of a fingerprinting/background investigation, passing a tuberculosis test and physical. In these cases, if you currently are working, DO NOT quit your current job until all required steps have been completed.
PUSD complies with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. If offered a job, before starting work with PUSD, you will be required to present identification and work authorization papers. The most common way to meet this requirement is your Social Security Card (also required under tax law) AND your driver's license or other state-issued photo identification card. Other papers identified in law or regulation are acceptable. All people hired will be required to complete and sign, under penalty of perjury, a U.S. Department of Justice Employment Eligibility form.
After you have been offered and accepted a job, be sure that you understand when and where you will be processed, when you will start, where and to whom you should report, and whether there are any other steps you should take before starting work. Be sure to get the telephone number of the person who contacted you in case you have further questions.
When you are selected for a regular position, your name is no longer considered active on the eligible list for that job. Your name will remain on any other eligible lists for their specified eligibility periods. PUSD complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If a reasonable accommodation is needed on the job, the prospective employee, the hiring division or department or school, the Classified Personnel division will work to explore possible reasonable accommodations.