Job Openings
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 Joyce Goodman, Chief Human Resources Officer, at 818 591-6550.

Viewpoint provides reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in job application procedures or to enable otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job. If you need assistance applying for a position at Viewpoint School, please contact Joyce Goodman, Chief Human Resources Officer, at 818 591-6550 or joyce.goodman@viewpoint.org.

Prior to starting work, all candidates must successfully complete the pre-employment requirement of a Tuberculosis (TB) clearance via a TB Risk Assessement Questionnaire with no TB risk factors identified using a health care professional, or receive a negative TB Skin Test result, and a criminal background clearance through a LiveScan vendor.

Viewpoint is pleased to receive letters of inquiry in any field when opportunities are available as listed below.  

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 and statement of educational philosophy to Mr. Robert Bryan, Associate Head of School, at robert.bryan@viewpoint.org
Candidates interested in applying for athletic opportunities should submit an updated resume and cover letter to: 

Mr. Patrick Moyal
Director of Athletics
Viewpoint School
23620 Mulholland Highway
Calabasas, CA 91302

Candidates interested in other opportunities should submit an updated resume and cover letter to: 
Mrs. Joyce Goodman
Chief Human Resources Officer
Viewpoint School
23620 Mulholland Highway
Calabasas, CA 91302
Fax: 818-591-6693

Current Employment Opportunities

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  • Assistant Head of School for Advancement

    Viewpoint School is seeking an experienced Assistant Head of School for Advancement to oversee fundraising and communications, effective July 1, 2018 or sooner.

    For a complete job description and application instructions, click here to download the job opportunity statement.
  • Head of Middle School 2018-19

    Viewpoint School, located on a 40-acre campus in Calabasas, California in the Los Angeles metropolitan area is an independent, coed day school enrolling 1,215 students in Grades Kindergarten through Twelve. Founded in 1961, the School has a talented faculty and staff, selective admission, and a highly-regarded academic program with excellent arts, athletic programs and overseas programs. The Middle School, the linchpin division, enrolls 320 students in grades 6-8 and has a faculty to student ratio of 8-1. 

    Reports to: Associate Head of School

    Position Overview: The Head of the Middle School, a member of the Leadership Council, has overall responsibility for all curricular and extracurricular activities for a Middle School as well as the student conduct and faculty/staff development in the division. Excellent communication skills, a collaborative management style, a commitment to Middle School and a proven track record in leadership are essential requirements for the successful candidate.

    The Head of Middle School:
    • Is a member of the Leadership Council, the Curriculum Committee, and the Admission Committee
    • Supervises the members of the Middle School leadership team, including the Assistant Head of Middle School, Dean of Students, and Middle School Counselor
    • Oversees curricular review and development
    • Supervises the academic and co-curricular programs of Middle School
    • Oversees the academic and personal counseling of students and communicates regularly with parents
    • Manages the Middle School advisory/human development program
    • Establishes standards of conduct in the Middle School and provides accountability to support appropriate student behavior
    • Leads and evaluates Middle School faculty and staff and promotes professional development activities appropriate to their needs and goals
    • Assists in the recruitment of Middle School faculty and staff by identifying appropriate candidates and assessing their background, experience, and fit
    • Promotes the School's image and represents the Middle School in the community
    • Maintains and updates the Middle School Curriculum Guide and Student-Parent Handbook
    • Works with the Lower School Head and the Upper School Head to facilitate a smooth transition of students and programs from division to division
    • Performs other duties as assigned

    • Master’s degree in subject matter and/or educational administration.
    • A minimum of five years teaching and administrative experience in an independent school environment, preferably as a division head.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and strong facilitation skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership skills and a collaborative leadership philosophy.

    Resource Group 175 is conducting this search. Contact: Debbie Reed, dereed2014@gmail.com and Coreen R. Hester, chester@rg175.com. All inquiries are confidential. To apply: submit a cover letter, current resume, and at least three references. Full position description will be available in early February.
  • Chemistry Teacher

    With over 1200 students and 150 faculty members from across the Los Angeles metropolitan area, Viewpoint School in Calabasas, CA is a vibrant community of teachers and learners from kindergarten through twelfth grade. The school values all the best principles of a forward-thinking educational institution: excellence, compassion, leadership, individuality, respect, service, and confidence.

    Under the stewardship of a new leadership team, Viewpoint is developing a transformative vision, in which technology and innovation will play a key role. From a new innovation space to an exploding robotics program, the educational horizon for creativity and design at Viewpoint is practically endless. Viewpoint School is a welcoming, vibrant, and collaborative community that offers a challenging and enriched college preparatory education in a nurturing environment for students in Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade. The School embraces students and families from diverse cultures of the world and teaches the history and wisdom of these traditions.

    Viewpoint is accepting applications for a teaching position in Chemistry for the 2018-19 school year. Successful candidates should have at least three years of experience teaching chemistry and a Bachelor’s degree in science. In addition, the candidate will have interest and experience in a variety of teaching methods, strong laboratory skills, proficiency in student-centered instruction, and a collaborative, innovative mindset. Effective communication skills are also required.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and statement of educational philosophy to Mr. Robert Bryan, Associate Head of School, robert.bryan@viewpoint.org
  • Landscaper

    Viewpoint is seeking a full-time, skilled Landscaper.  The successful candidate will possess a minimum of five years’ experience in landscape maintenance as a Gardener or professional landscaper with a strong background and knowledge of Santa Monica mountain native plants.
    Responsibilities include:
    • Landscaping duties on a 40-acre campus and four residential homes.
    • Available for emergency calls, and assist with the Operations Department needs.
    • Maintain the health and beauty of the trees and shrubs and be able to evaluate the process from a horticultural and arborist's perspective. This shall include, but not be limited to; chemical applications, weed removal, fertilization, watering, wrapping young trees, pruning and removal of trees and shrubs.
    • Certified in chemical applications like fertilizers, pesticides and vitamins.
    • Install and maintain annual and perennial flowers, trees, and shrubs in compliance with approved designs. This shall include, but not be limited to; soil preparation, construction of planter boxes and construction of retaining walls.
    • Weed removal on slopes and around campus.
    • Plan, schedule and coordinate the cleaning of storm drains, sandbagging and erosion control.
    • Maintain equipment common to the trade in good working order. This shall include, but not be limited to; lubricating, cleaning, and sharpening blades, tune-ups, adjustments and preventive maintenance.
    • Coordinate the irrigation needs and schedules according to seasonal change. Responsible for operating and maintaining the irrigation system.
    • Comply with safety rules and become familiar with safety procedures.
    Must possess a valid California driver's license with a clean two-year California DMV report. Be able to work outdoors in all types of weather and climb and work from heights.  Be able to lift large, heavy, bulky items up to 50 pounds and work independently with little to no supervision.