This study examined the association between self-efficacy and job performance with the mediating role of organizational trust of physical education teachers in Torbat. The current study was a descriptive-correlation study and a survey method was used to conduct it. All teachers considered as an example of the questionnaire was used to collect data, N=85, respectively, career self-efficacy questionnaire (Riggs and Knight) (1994), organizational trust Inventory express Clark and Peine (2008) and job performance questionnaire. Patterson (2002) called. The data were analyzed in the form of descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation and frequency table) and inferential statistics (correlation coefficient and regression) using SPSS software at an error level of 0.05. The findings showed that self-efficacy, organizational trust and job performance physical education teachers were in good condition job performance regression coefficient 0.21, 0.38 self-employment and organizational trust and organizational trust and job performance regression coefficient r= 0.42 with both positive and significant relationship. The conceptual model is confirmed the trust model between self-efficacy and job performance of an organization can act as a mediator to facilitate this connection.
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