The Oxnard Union High School District HR Division handles a wide variety of functions within the district including Staff Development, Labor Relations, Teacher Recruitment and Retention and Employee Salary and Benefits as well. The District currently employs approximately 1,300 certificated and classified employees. Certificated employees include positions that require an appropriate authorization/credential (ie: teacher, counselor, psychologist, speech therapist, principal, etc.). Classified employees include non-instructional positions such as office staff, custodial/grounds, nutrition services, paraeducator, campus supervisors, etc. Director of HR Dr. Kimberly Tresvant. directs the district’s classified issues as well as dealing with substitute teachers and teacher leave. If you have questions regarding any of the above items or other HR issues, please feel free to contact Administrative Assistant Grace Tuazon. and we will do our best to address your concerns.
The OUHSD Human Resources Department is committed to providing quality services in a professional, caring, and consistent manner by treating each person as a valued customer while contributing positively to the overall goals of the OUHSD. We are here to recruit, hire, assign, retain and support the most highly qualified personnel with all necessary resources, communication, and professional development to ensure all students receive the best education possible in a positive and safe environment.
The vision of the OUHSD Human Resources Department is to be client focused and service oriented so that our employees may concentrate on the educational practices that will contribute to student success. We seek to be a leader in efficiency, effectiveness, and excellence as we deliver information and products related to Human Resources.
Mandated Child Abuse and Reporting
Mandated reporters must first call the hotline to report suspected child abuse or neglect and must also submit a written report. Mandated reporters may obtain forms here.
Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training is a self-paced, online program that provides an overview of the significant definitions, requirements and protections of the California Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act. (Takes up to 4 hours to complete.)