• Careers in Madera Unified 

    Madera Water Tower 

  • Join the Team
    That’s Moving in the Right Direction
    We are a school district with more than 20,000 students, over 2,000 employees, and 30 schools. We are committed to creating and sustaining a culture
    enabling Madera Unified students to experience an unparalleled educational journey that is 
    intellectually, socially and personally transformative.

    Pershing School

    We Seek the Best
    We are looking for individuals who are hungry for change, who think outside the box, and who are true student champions. WE BELIEVE every student needs a Champion who challenges them to be their best in life outside their home. In Madera, our staff plays a key role in being student champions. We believe that you can be a student champion!

    Torres High

    Why Choose Us?

    • Teachers can make up to $91k a year
    • One of the Highest-Paid Benefits valued at $18,803 (PPO and HMO) in education throughout the Valley, which includes:
      • Medical
      • Dental
      • Vision
      • Employee Assistant Program
    • CalSTERS pension plan
    • Up to 50 minutes a day for preparation and planning
    • First-year teachers will be paired with an expert teacher mentor during their first year of teaching
    • Surrounded by growing communities with affordable cost of living
    • 183 Duty Days


  • Teacher in classroom

    The Opportunity
    We lead by our vision to set the standard for hard work, creativity, and resiliency with a fearless drive to continuously improve. Our forward-thinking culture has led to increased student success. We continue to embrace innovation to make a real impact on the future. In order to ensure we hire the best teachers for the job, we offer one of the best health care benefit packages valued at $18,803 in education throughout the Central Valley. Our teachers can also earn as much as $498.12 a day with a BA +75!


    These questions frame our decisions when considering expenditures and initiatives. During our Executive Cabinet meetings, we ask ourselves each question aloud and invite debate. We want our budget, programs, and priorities to be aligned to our vision, mission, goals, beliefs, and values to ensure we’re moving the district in a positive direction our community and trustees believe in and support.

    • Equity Before Equality
      Will this prioritize equity before equality?
    • Student-Centered
      Decision making Is this focused on students’ needs?
    • Collaborative Culture
      Will this facilitate a collaborative culture in our district?
    • Excellence for All
      Will this promote excellence for all?
    • Learning Organization
      Will this further the development of our learning organization?
    • Community Relationships
      Will this foster and deepen relationships with our community partners?
    • Results-Oriented
      Will this be measured effectively and be results-oriented?


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