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de Toledo High School is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, the presence of mental, physical, or sensory disability, sexual orientation, or any other basis prohibited by federal or state law.

We admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at de Toledo High School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Current Positions Available

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  • DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS AND PE

    de Toledo High School, a vibrant and innovative independent high school, is looking for a dynamic Director of Athletics and PE to join our Athletic Department effective August 2021. The Director of Athletics and PE reports to the Principal and directly manages the Assistant Director of Athletics and PE and Head Coaches.  The Director of Athletics and PE ensures that the athletic program at de Toledo is competitive to other comparable independent high schools within our region. de Toledo currently offers 14 sports and 24 teams.  This is a full-time, 11-month position.
    Responsibilities:
    • Understand and be able to articulate the mission and vision of dTHS as well as the mission of the Athletics and PE Department.
    • Create, sustain, and oversee the philosophical and day-to-day approach of the department and ensure fidelity to this mission by your direct reports.
    • Recruit, train, supervise, and provide effective leadership and guidance to the coaching staff.
    • Follow and advance sportsmanship programs within de Toledo for coaching staff and athletes.
    • Ensure that the school is professionally represented at athletic events outside of de Toledo.
    • Prepare and manage venues for both practice and home competitions, ensuring that home venues are equipped to the highest relevant standards.
    • Maintain and manage all athletic equipment, including inventory, distribution, collection, cleaning, repair, and storage of all athletic uniforms.
    • Working in coordination with the Director of Facilities, ensure the proper maintenance and security of all athletic equipment and athletic facilities, as well as arranging for athletic transportation with the Transportation Coordinator.
    • Teach, mentor, and coach student athletics.
    • Create team athletic schedules consistent with the de Toledo program and ensure proper communication to athletics and their families the schedule, policies and procedures.
    • Promote professional development within the department.
    • Set departmental and coaching objectives.
    • Represent de Toledo in leagues in which we compete and in athletic associations.
    • Serve on the Leadership Team.
    • Strategize with the Principal on ways to expand and improve the department every year.
    • Attend all regular staff and team meetings.
    • Work with the Parent Organization and boosters clubs.
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
    • Bachelor’s degree in related field, Master’s preferred
    • Enthusiasm for mission and vision of de Toledo High School and strong commitment to embrace and promote its culture.
    • 5+ years as a high school-level coach with minimum 2 years high-school level athletics administrative responsibilities.
    • Demonstrated skills in enlisting volunteers and coordinating their effort and energy towards de Toledo sports teams.
    • Ability to conceive, oversee, and implement a department budget.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with people at all levels and in all settings.
    • Strong organizational skills sufficient to handle multiple projects, details, and deadlines simultaneously; strong ability to prioritize. 
    • Self-motivating, entrepreneurial, and confident. 
    • Collegially inclined with peers, a willing communicator and collaborator, and an enthusiastic team player.
    • Comfortable working within a fast-paced, dynamic school environment.  
    • Unquestionable personal integrity, excellent judgment, sound instincts, diplomacy, and patience.
    About de Toledo High School 
    Founded in 2002, de Toledo High School (formerly New Community Jewish High School) is an independent Jewish community high school located in West Hills, CA. It is a vibrant and academically rigorous school community where intellectual imagination and ethical action are inseparable. We seek to shape students into persons of character who will be respectful, knowledgeable, and collaborative leaders who conduct themselves in accordance with ethical standards. At dTHS, every student may strive to be both an A+ student and an A+ human being. Our mission is to raise a new generation of Jewish leaders for whom Jewish values and tradition shape and guide their vision and for whom knowledge creates possibilities for moral action, good character and shalom. For more information, please visit dths.org.
     
    Qualified candidates regardless of faith are encouraged to email a cover letter and resume to careers@dths.org.
  • THE DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE COUNSELING & DEAN OF ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT

    de Toledo High School, a vibrant and innovative independent high school, is looking for a dynamic Director of College Counseling and Dean of Academic Advisement to lead the college search process for both students and parents.  The Director of College Counseling and Dean of Academic Advisement reports to the Principal and manages three staff members. Preferred start date is mid-May to June.
     
    Broad Function: The Director/Dean reports directly to the principal. They manage the department staff which consists of 2 Associate Directors of College Counseling and an Administrative Assistant. 
    Primary responsibilities:
    • Understand and be able to articulate the mission and vision of dTHS as well as the mission of the Department of College Counseling.
    • Create, sustain, and oversee the philosophical and day-to-day approach of the department and ensure fidelity to this mission by your direct reports.
    • Strategize with the principal on ways to expand and improve the department every year.
    • Meet with assigned students in grades 9-12 to individually guide them through the transition from high school to college and assist them to find the right “fit”. 
    • Educate families about colleges, gap year programs, the college admission process, trends, procedures and testing.
    • Write a letter of recommendation for each senior and submit all necessary documents including initial, mid-year and final transcripts to colleges in advance of relevant due dates. 
    • Provide academic planning and advisement throughout students’ high school programs.  
    • Coordinate visits from college admissions representatives and meet with college representatives to receive updates on their college campuses.
    • Assist students with writing essays, completing applications, and preparing for interviews.
    • Participate in group presentations to parents, students, faculty, and administration.
    • Coordinate the PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP examination administrations as needed. 
    • Oversee the submission to the UC and NCAA courses for approval.
    • Work with the Schedule Master to calendar the academic advisement meetings and course petition process.
    • Oversee the updating of the Curriculum Guide.
    • Involvement in regional and national admissions organizations such as WACAC and NACAC
    • Provide basic financial aid resources and assistance to families. 
    • Meet with college admission representatives during their visit to our campus and facilitate meetings between college representatives and our students.  Serve as a liaison with college admission offices throughout the year.
    • Keep up to date on colleges, their admission processes, admissions trends, and visit college campuses.
    • Visit colleges and universities throughout the academic year and attend national and regional college admission counseling conferences and forums.
    • Provide information on gap year programs and post-secondary options in Israel and around the world.  
    • Track college admissions data, maintaining records on students and other related statistics for internal purposes.
    • Serve as a resource for dTHS faculty who write college letters of recommendation.
    Additional Responsibilities:
    • Attendance and participation in the following events as requested by supervisor Workshops; Departmental, staff, and faculty meetings;
    • Open Houses for student recruitment;
    • Class trips and school events;
    • Shabbatonim (including the all-school Shabbaton where all faculty are expected to participate fully Thursday through faculty dismissal on Sunday); 
    • Curriculum evenings; and
    • Certain religious services and other activities as designated by the School Administration
    • Other duties as assigned
    Ideal Candidate will have:
    • Minimum 8-10 years of experience in college counseling and/or college admissions
    • Understanding of highly selective college admission
    • Commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
    • Values including teamwork, organization, sense of humor, attention to detail, accountability, flexibility, and positive attitude
    • Knowledge of independent school philosophy and culture.
    • Experience with online college admissions software (CIALFO) and school software (Blackbaud) is strongly preferred.
    • Demonstrated interest in working with adolescents and their parents.
    • Ability to work well one-on-one with high school students and colleagues; willingness to be an active, enthusiastic member of the de Toledo community. 
    • Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills
    • Proficiency with technology and online resources
    • Willingness to work some nights and weekends
    • Bachelor’s degree required/Master’s degree preferred
     
    About de Toledo High School 
    Founded in 2002, de Toledo High School (formerly New Community Jewish High School) is an independent Jewish community high school located in West Hills, CA. It is a vibrant and academically rigorous school community where intellectual imagination and ethical action are inseparable. We seek to shape students into persons of character who will be respectful, knowledgeable, and collaborative leaders who conduct themselves in accordance with ethical standards. At dTHS, every student may strive to be both an A+ student and an A+ human being. Our mission is to raise a new generation of Jewish leaders for whom Jewish values and tradition shape and guide their vision and for whom knowledge creates possibilities for moral action, good character and shalom. For more information, please visit dths.org.
     
    Qualified candidates regardless of faith are encouraged to email a cover letter and resume to careers@dths.org.


Located in the San Fernando Valley portion of the City of Los Angeles in Northern Los Angeles County. de Toledo High School is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Builders of Jewish Education (BJE,) and financially supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation.