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Welcome to the Beaumont Unified School District's Human Resources Webpage. Our department is committed to providing quality customer service to our staff and community. We recruit and employ the most qualified staff to serve more than 11,000 students. Beaumont Unified’s approximately 523 certificated employees, 491 classified employees, 75 Administrative and confidential employees, and 353 substitute employees are dedicated to serving the needs of our students.

If you are considering a position with our District or would like additional information regarding Human Resources, please click on the link on the right side of this page.

BEAUMONT NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE

OCTOBER 25, 2022

We are happy to announce the Beaumont Unified Board of Trustees and the Beaumont Teachers Association have approved a multi-year bargaining agreement to increase certificated salaries by 12.5%. The increase will go into effect in January of 2023. 

The Board of Trustees also approved a one-time compensation increase of 6.25%, off the schedule, based on each team member’s annual salary, effective July 1st of 2022.

We are facing some challenging economic times and must remain regionally competitive regarding salaries and health benefits packages. 

The 12.5% salary increase is the highest implemented in the recent history of the Beaumont Unified School District, and among the highest in Riverside County for the 2022-23 school year. The starting salary for a new teacher will increase from $54,000 to $60,000 dollars per year.

For teachers with more than 20 years of teaching experience, who are in the final step of the last column of the salary schedule, compensation will increase from $111,000 to $125,000 per year.

The agreement also includes language regarding student attendance and raising the District’s overall attendance rate. As we all know, the pandemic significantly impacted school attendance over the past two years. Research shows that poor attendance - especially in the early years of a student’s educational journey - can influence whether or not they will read proficiently by the end of third grade. When students improve their attendance, they also improve their academic prospects and chances of graduating. Getting our students to school is a collective effort. Therefore, included in the agreement, any increase in the Districtwide student attendance rate, above 95%, by the state’s P-2 reporting period in April 2023 will be applied towards the health and welfare benefits package of employees in the 2023-24 school year. 

We are also excited to announce that the Beaumont Unified School District and the California School Employees Association - Chapter 351 reached a comparable tentative agreement, pending approval from its chapter members and the Beaumont Unified Board of Trustees.

CLASSIFICATION
Range
Step 1 Step 9
CURRENT HOURLY RATE NEW HOURLY RATE WITH 12.5% INCREASE INCREASE CURRENT HOURLY RATE NEW HOURLY RATE WITH 12.5% INCREASE INCREASE
Campus Security I 4 15.28 17.18 1.90 20.91 23.52 2.61
Health Aide II 9 17.28 19.44 2.16 23.65 26.61 2.96
Custodian II 13 19.08 21.46 2.38 26.11 29.37 3.26
Bus Driver 15 20.04 22.55 2.51 27.43 30.86 3.43
Maint. II 16 20.544 23.11 2.57 28.12 31.629 3.51

 

We look forward to sharing more updates about the confidential and management compensation packages. 

We extend our gratitude to the Board of Trustees for valuing our educators and the commitment to attracting and retaining the best, most dedicated, and most passionate educators. Our Beaumont students and families are so fortunate to have you serve in our schools and community.


Thank you for all that you do for Beaumont Unified School District!