Viewpoint School is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from persons of any race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, medical conditions (such as cancer or genetic characteristics, physical or mental impairment), or any other characteristic protected by applicable state, federal or local laws. Applicants who wish to request an accommodation for a disability may contact the Human Resources Director at 818 591-6550.
Viewpoint is pleased to receive letters of inquiry in any field when opportunities are available as listed below.
All employees, prior to starting work at Viewpoint School, must successfully complete the pre-employment requirements of a successful clearance of TB via a TB Test Questionnaire with a heatlh care professional or receive a negative TB Test result, and a criminal background clearance through a LiveScan vendor.
Teaching at Viewpoint
As the rest of this site will show you, Viewpoint School is a vibrant, dynamic, and exciting place to work. Our semirural 40-acre campus offers a natural environment perfect for the development of young minds and bodies. Teachers at Viewpoint are experts in their various fields, typically possessing education beyond the bachelor's degree. Viewpoint encourages diversity among its faculty members and actively seeks outstanding applicants from all backgrounds. Candidates interested in applying for a faculty opportunity should submit an updated resume, letter of educational philosophy, and three letters of reference.
Current Employment Opportunities:
|Director of Physical Plant|
The Director of Physical Plant performs diversified management and coordination functions and helps insure, along with the Director of Facilities and Construction, responsive, timely and thorough responses to the needs of the School community for physical plant and event support. The Director is responsible for:
- The management of personnel, finances, equipment, the development and implementation of programs, policies and procedures related to the maintenance and repair of the campus buildings and grounds, and the maintenance, repair and operation of utility systems.
- The Director of Physical Plant interacts with other departments, Administrators, Faculty and Staff, and administers all aspects of the Physical Plant Department.
- The Director also utilizes various computer systems/software appropriate for the administrative management of Physical Plant, operation of building systems. Additional responsibilities include having extensive contact outside vendors to obtain price quotations, determine status on orders, and following up on problem areas, consulting with employees on work orders, providing requested information, and resolving problems, and coordinating ordering and inventory levels with appropriate users, purchasing and outside vendors.
- The Director is responsible for the formulation of the departmental budget requests. S/he administers all human resource management policies and procedures as they pertain to the Physical Plant Department.
- The Director delegates to and holds subordinates responsible for satisfactory performance of assignments, encourages subordinates to take greater personal responsibility for their areas, thereby improving their professional standing and work diligently to create a safe campus environment at all times.
- The Director is responsible for requisition of inventory control, and maintenance of divisional equipment and supplies and for approving purchasing maintenance supplies and equipment in concert with Director of Facilities and Construction.
- The Director provides leadership to the Physical Plant team.
Must have a good understanding of engineering principles as it applies to building mechanical systems, building envelopes, vehicles, irrigation systems, and all campus structures and equipment, extensive knowledge of compliance measures with OSHA, fire codes, Life/Safety codes, Federal and State codes, and city ordinances. Must have a track record of successfully guiding the human and physical resources of each of the department units to coordinate their operations in order to attain the goals and objectives of the department and that of the School. S/he is accessible and available in the event of emergencies or when needed to meet the ongoing needs of the School and is an important member of Viewpoint School Emergency Plan.
Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of three (3) years experience in a Physical Plant Senior Management Position, preferably in a Maintenance, Physical Plant, or Facilities Department. Five (5) years experience in Physical Plant Senior Management is desirable• Must be self-directed, detail and customer service oriented
- Must have strong colleague and team relationship skills
- Must have a professional demeanor with excellent written and oral communication skills
- Experience in coordinating small projects, repairs and working with a team on large projects
- Must have strong experience in Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Grounds, and Custodial
- Proficiency in School Facility Management Software or CMMS, “School Dude” is desirable
- Facilitates response to emergency situations on a 24/7 basis
- Must demonstrate competency with basic word processing, spreadsheet, data base, internet and computer functions
- Ability to communicate effectively with school representatives, parents, students, and representatives from the business community
- Proven personnel management skills and contractor management experience, with aptitude to judge quality of performance in all major technical trades
For open faculty and staff positions, unless noted otherwise, please direct your correspondence to:
Mrs. Joyce Goodman
Director of Human Resources
23620 Mulholland Highway
Calabasas, CA 91302
For open athletic positions, unless noted otherwise above, please direct your correspondence to:
Mr. Patrick Moyal
Director of Athletics
23620 Mulholland Highway
Calabasas, CA 91302
|Viewpoint School offers a comprehensive benefits package to all regular full-time and part time employees who work 30 hours or more per week, which includes:
- Kaiser Permanente or Anthem/Blue Cross health plans
- Delta Dental plans
- Life insurance
- Long-term disability insurance
- Flexible Spending Plan
- Credit Union
- A matching pension program, if eligibility requirements are met, through TIAA-CREF (regular employees who work 20 hours or more per week may also qualify)
- Professional Development Funds supporting participation in work-related classes and workshops