The Lewis Center for Educational Research has approximately 350 employees.
All open vacancies for the Lewis Center for Educational Research, Academy for Academic Excellence and Norton Science and Language Academy will be posted on www.Edjoin.org, keyword: Lewis Center. Please take note of the location of the position if you are interested in working at a particular school site. All positions, with the exception of Substitute positions, must be applied for online, no exceptions.
Substitute applications are paper only. Applicants wishing to apply for a substitute position at the Academy for Academic Excellence must turn their complete applications into the Human Resource Department located in Building M. Applicants wishing to apply for a substitute position at Norton Science and Language Academy must turn their complete applications into the Administrative Assistant to be forwarded to Human Resources.
All applications must be filled out entirely, and include 3 Professional References (including their email addresses) as well as an updated resume. Applications turned in without these basic items may not be considered.
Current information is also available by calling 760-946-5414 ext. 175 or 294 for certificated and classified positions between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. M-F or by emailing HR@lcer.org.
Lewis Center for Educational Research
17500 Mana Road
Apple Valley, CA 92307
Stacy Newman has worked for the Lewis Center for Educational Research ("LCER") since 2002. She currently serves as the Director of Human resources, responsible for the LCER’s human resources management and employer/employee relations. Working closely with the LCER’s Executive Team and Board of Directors, Stacy is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, evaluating and implementing all human resources management functions for the Lewis Center, it two schools, and programs. Stacy earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science and Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership with a Certificate in Human Resources Management from Chapman University.
Before joining the LCER, Stacy began her career in public service while working for the Barstow Fire Protection District in 1998, where she served as the Professional Assistant to the Fire Chief. Stacy was responsible for fire prevention and public education in the community and coordinated District events acting as the public information liaison between the District and the community. As part of the management and confidential unit, her human resource/administrative responsibilities included but were not limited to payroll & benefits, accounts receivable, hiring/termination procedures, health benefits management and record keeping.