What types of jobs or volunteer work require fingerprint clearance cards?
The following jobs or activities require a fingerprint clearance card. • Child day care • Child nutrition program • Child care home provider • Child welfare and adolescent behavioral health treatment • Employment at Child Protective Services • Non-CPS employment at the Department of Economic Security • Work with individuals with developmental disabilities • Work at a domestic violence shelter • Work at a homeless shelter • Employment at a residential or nursing care institution • Employment at a home health agency • Teacher certification • Charter school employment • Work in the JOBS program • Department of Economic Security adoption • Department of Economic Security foster home licensure In addition to the positions listed above, you may also submit a fingerprint clearance card to the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners (BBHE) in lieu of its fingerprint clearance requirements. However, a fingerprint clearance card may not be required, and you should contact the BBHE for addit
The following jobs or activities require a fingerprint clearance card. (Some of the activities require a Level I fingerprint clearance card. For more information, see the section below on the difference between Level I and standard fingerprint clearance cards.) (Please note that the Legislature periodically adds new programs to the fingerprint-clearance-card system, so this list may not be complete. Also, this list does not include programs that the Legislature may or will be adding to the fingerprint-clearance-card system but which have not yet been approved by the Legislature.) • Adoption (through the Department of Economic Security) • Assisted-living-facility managers • Board of Fingerprinting members and employees • Charter school employment • Child care home provider • Child day care • Child nutrition program • Child Protective Services employment • Child welfare and adolescent behavioral health treatment • Contractors, subcontractors, or vendors (including employees) for public o