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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 Position Available

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  • ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE COUNSELING AND ASSOCIATE DEAN OF ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT

    de Toledo High School, a vibrant and innovative independent high school, is looking for a dynamic Associate Director of College Counseling and Associate Dean of Academic Advisement to lead the college search process for both students and parents.  The Associate Director of College Counseling and Associate Dean of Academic Advisement reports to the Director of College Counseling and Dean of Academic Advisement. Preferred start date July 1.
    Responsibilities:
    • Understand and be able to articulate the mission and vision of dTHS as well as the mission of the Department of College Counseling.
    • 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, the college admission process, trends, procedures, and testing. Assist students with writing essays, completing applications, and preparing for interviews.
    • Write a letter of recommendation for each assigned 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. 
    • Participate in group presentations to parents, students, faculty, and administration.
    • Assist in the coordination of the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP examination administrations as needed. 
    • 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 provide information on gap year programs and post-secondary options in Israel and around the world.  
    • Visit colleges and universities throughout the academic year and attend national and regional college admission counseling conferences and forums such as WACAC, NACAC and ACCIS.
    • Attend various workshops; departmental, staff, and faculty meetings; open houses for student recruitment; class trips and school events; Shabbaton; curriculum evenings; and certain religious services and other activities as designated by the School Administration.
    • Create deep and meaningful connections with the families and students, and ensure this with the rest of the department.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
    • Minimum 5 years of experience in college counseling and/or college admissions.
    • Understanding of highly selective college admissions.
    • 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.
    • Involvement in regional and national admissions organizations such as WACAC and NACAC.
    • Experience with online college admissions software (CIALFO) and school software (Blackbaud) is strongly preferred. Proficiency with technology and online resources.
    • 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.
    • 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.
  • ATHLETIC TRAINER

    de Toledo High School, a vibrant and innovative independent high school, is looking for a dynamic Athletic Trainer to join our Athletic Department effective August 2021.  This is a full- time position. The Athletic Trainer reports to the Director of Athletics and PE.

    The Athletic Trainer is to assume responsibility and obligation of maintaining a high school athletic training program, for all sports. de Toledo currently offers 14 sports and 24 teams. The Trainer is to provide athletic training services, athletic injury management, and other health services to student-athletes and athletics staff. This individual will also work with student-athletes and assist coaches with the design and implementation of injury prevention programs and team/sport-specific athletic training programs. Trainer is to provide athletic training services and to assist with game supervision at athletic contests (home and away). Trainer additionally will assist the Athletics Department with day-to-day administrative duties when not tending to athletic training services and game supervision. 

    Specific Responsibilities:
    • Responsible for prevention, emergency care, first aid, evaluation, and rehabilitation of injuries to student-athletes.
    • Act as a liaison between family physicians and specialists, de Toledo High School coaches, administrators, student-athletes, and their parents.
    • Maintain accurate records of injuries and treatments.
    • Develop communication procedures for emergency injury situations and coordinate procedures in tandem with de Toledo’s Athletics Department, administration, and facility manager.
    • Evaluate injuries and refer student-athletes to seek out a physician or specialist of their choice, when appropriate. 
    • Evaluate and determine when a student-athlete may return to competition following an injury, occasionally in collaboration with general physicians. 
    • Develop, supervise, evaluate, and modify individual exercise programs for rehabilitation to help athletes return to a pre-injury status.
    • Oversee and approve Athletic physical exam clearances.
    • Secure training room equipment and supplies as needed; oversee supply ordering.
    • Maintain accurate and complete student documentation.
    • Prepare and maintain a variety of reports, correspondence, and notices, as well as maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality.
    • Coordinate athletic training schedule with coaches and student-athletes. 
    • Maintain a clean and healthy training room.
    • Educate the coaching staff on injury prevention, injury management, and proper nutrition for student-athletes.
    • Develop and maintain a budget for the athletic training program.
    • Attend conferences, workshops, and other professional development to maintain current knowledge of the profession.
    • Assist Athletic Directors with administrative tasks not limited to, but including, game supervision, team scheduling, team apparel ordering, scorekeeping, responding to calls and emails, PE class coverage, etc.

    Required Attendance:

    • Practices, team meeting, and games
    • Preseason parent meeting
    • Departmental, staff, and faculty meetings
    • Open House for student recruitment
    • School retreats
    • Other activities as designated by the School Administration

    Professional Qualifications:

    • Experience: 3 to 5 years High School service preferred, but not required 
    • Current Board of Certification (BOC)
    • National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Certified
    • Possess strong leadership, communication, and organizational skills
    • CPR/First Aid/AED Certified
    • NFHS Concussion Certification
    • NFHS Sudden Cardiac Arrest Certification
    • Education: Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training or a related field from an accredited
    • college or university
    • Physical Requirements:
    • Must be able to assist with or transfer student-athletes of various weight/heights.
    • Must be able to carry, lift, or push equipment of various weight/heights.
    • Must be able to withstand being on one’s feet for long periods of time.

    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.