The Appeals Unit (213) 241-7800
The Appeals Unit, which is mandated by the California Education Code, is responsible for the disciplinary and examination appeals for classified employees. The unit ensures impartially, fair treatment and due process which support the principles of the merit system. The Personnel Commission is an impartial department and exists to ensure that other District offices comply with the California Education Code, Personnel Commission Rules, and Board Rules. More….The Classification and Compensation Branch (213) 241-7800
The Personnel Commission, Classification and Compensation Branch is responsible for the classification of District classified positions which include non-certificated positions. The Commission staff studies duties and responsibilities of classified positions established by the Board of Education and makes recommendations to the Commission regarding the proper classification and compensation.
The Employment Services Branch (213) 241-6300
The Employment Services Branch manages all personnel transactions for classified (non-teaching) positions and teacher assistants and is responsible to ensure that all assignment transactions are in compliance with Education Code provisions, Personnel Commission rules, collective bargaining agreements, and District policies and procedures.The Organizational Excellence Branch (213) 241-3440
Organizational Excellence Branch provides training that assists employees in their professional and personal development, including: certificate programs for supervisors and employees working towards becoming supervisors; technical one-on-one, on-site, and in-house training for school-based clerical employees; weekend trainings for paraeducators; specialized/customized trainings for departments/offices; PACE – Program for Accelerated College Education (a collaboration between Pierce College and LAUSD) providing employees with the opportunity to obtain an AA degree here at LAUSD; on-line trainings in various topics.The Talent Acquisition and Selection Branch (213-241-3455)
If you are looking for new challenges to advance in your career, consider the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Whether you are just beginning your career, contemplating a career change, or are a seasoned professional looking for a new opportunity to expand your career, LAUSD offers a variety of non-teaching opportunities. Our competitive salaries, outstanding benefits, excellent training opportunities, and a professional environment, and many other incentives, make up the culture that is LAUSD Classified Employment.