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Do you hold a Bachelor's Degree and want to make a difference in your community? We have a need for substitute teachers at all levels.

Substitute salary information:

  • $220 - daily rate
  • $250 - long term rate
  • $240 - SDC daily rate
  • $270 - SDC long term rate

Prospective substitute teachers need to hold a bachelor's degree AND meet the basic skills requirement either by providing a standardized test score or by having B's or better in college-level reading, writing and mathematics courses. 

If you do not meet the basic skills requirement, you may qualify for a one year waiver. 

Click the link below for the MUSD Substitute Checklist.  This list will walk you through the steps to become a substittue in MUSD. We will assist you in obtaining your Sub Permit as part of your orientation. For more information please email Stefanie Guerra at

MUSD Substitute Checklist

30-Day Substitute Permit Application

Basic Skills Requirements




Stefanie  Guerra
Personnel Technician
(925) 335-5904

Eileen Adarme
Payroll and Benefits
(925) 335-5927

Dr. Dan Scudero
Director of Personnel Services


Our Role

Assist employees and the public in the usage of Ed Join online application system; 

Assist certificated employees with SmartFind attendance system;

Coordinate and participate in aggressive recruitment to find the best teachers possible for our schools and to find teachers in the hard to fill positions; 

Coordinate and participate in the recruitment and selection of administration staff;

Develop and conduct new employee orientation program; 

Respond to day-to-day questions from administrators and certificated staff; 

Process paperwork for payroll and accounting (i.e. creating/deleting positions, staffing changes, and pay increases); 

Monitor certificated teachers to adhere to California credential requirements as dictated by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing;

District school year calendars;

Arrange for substitute coverage for a variety of certificated positions; 

Maintain teacher evaluation process and procedures;

Contract Negotiations with Certificated Bargaining Unit;

Assist administrators in the review of Collective Bargaining Agreement on an ongoing basis to minimize grievances; 

Investigate all personnel complaints;

Honor all laws in due process rights;

Maintain all employee files and keep confidentiality a top priority