Faculty Openings

Harvard-Westlake School, a preeminent independent school in Los Angeles, is seeking highly qualified, dynamic, experienced candidates for a full-time position teaching Photography in the Visual Arts department, as well as advising and producing Harvard-Westlake’s 296-page Vox Populi yearbook at the upper school. Course load includes an introductory level course called Photography I along with intermediate and advanced level Yearbook courses. See Photography course description beginning on page 130 of the curriculum guide. Yearbook course descriptions can be found on page 25.

The position requires teaching, studio and darkroom maintenance, and a substantial background in photography. The Photography I class includes traditional and experimental approaches, wet darkroom, digital photography, Photoshop, field and studio shooting, and the history of photography. Knowledge of film/video is also an asset. Applicants should understand the media we study goes beyond the surface to explore deeper meanings. We are looking for an individual who will inspire students to dig deep and think before they make art. We seek an individual who can help our students understand that artists make deliberate choices using conceptual and formal elements to communicate ideas and feelings. We are looking for an individual that has the capability to weave between the conceptual and technical when presenting to our students. The successful candidate will demonstrate an ongoing commitment to their photographic studio practice through evidence of exhibitions, residencies, etc., as well as a working knowledge of historical and contemporary art and artists.  Candidates with teaching, publications, and studio experience preferred.

The position includes advising one section of sophomores in Intermediate Yearbook Journalism and one section of Advanced Yearbook Journalism that includes all juniors and seniors on the yearbook staff who meet simultaneously in a student-led class which meets for four 45-minute periods per week. Responsibilities include supervising all production activities, including one weekend a month when yearbook students complete work on the current deadline. The yearbook adviser traditionally accompanies a group of students to the JEA/NSPA convention in the fall. Although students sell ads for the yearbook, there is no fundraising to be done for any of the publications. There is a long-standing tradition of journalistic excellence, no prior review, and strong administrative support. A degree in journalism is a plus and teaching experience is a requirement. A California credential is not necessary. Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite is required.

As stated in our mission, Harvard-Westlake strives to be a diverse and inclusive community and that includes our hiring of faculty and staff. Harvard-Westlake enrolls about 875 students at the Upper School, more than 40% of whom are ethnic minorities. The School is also dedicated to the joyful pursuit of educational excellence while living and learning with integrity.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • BA or BFA Visual Arts; MA or MFA degree in visual arts, photography or arts education preferred.
  • Ability to teach Photography and Yearbook are primary; flexibility to teach other disciplines in visual arts is a plus.
  • Teaching experience at the high school or college level is highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts in a clear and concise manner to students and to foster an innovative and creative learning environment.
  • Strong communication skills and a willingness to work with colleagues in creating, developing, and implementing visual arts curricula.
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

This position is full-time starting in the 2018-19 school year. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@hw.com.

Harvard-Westlake School, a preeminent independent school in Los Angeles, is seeking highly qualified candidates for a full-time teaching position in the Visual Arts department at the Upper School (grades 10-12). The position requires teaching, studio maintenance and a background in drawing, painting, 2D design, and art history. Course load includes introductory and advanced level courses - Drawing and Painting 1/The History and Art of Modern Europe and the World, Drawing and Painting 2, Drawing and Painting 3, and Advanced Placement Studio Art. See course descriptions beginning on page 132 of the curriculum guide. The successful candidate will demonstrate an ongoing commitment to their studio practice through evidence of exhibitions, residencies, etc., as well as a working knowledge of historical and contemporary art and artists.

The Visual Arts Department is housed in the Feldman-Horn Center for the Arts designed by architect Michael Maltzan. It houses studio facilities for drawing and painting, analog and digital photography, film/video, ceramics, sculpture, glass, cinema studies, and art history, as well as a 2,000 square foot gallery space.

As stated in our mission, Harvard-Westlake strives to be a diverse and inclusive community and that includes our hiring of faculty and staff. Harvard-Westlake enrolls about 875 students at the Upper School, more than 40% of whom are ethnic minorities. The School is also dedicated to the joyful pursuit of educational excellence while living and learning with integrity.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • BA or BFA Visual Arts; MA or MFA degree in visual arts or arts education preferred.
  • Ability to teach drawing and painting is primary; flexibility to teach other disciplines in visual arts is a plus.
  • Teaching experience at the high school or college level is highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts in a clear and concise manner to students and to foster an innovative and creative learning environment.
  • Strong communication skills and a willingness to work with colleagues in creating, developing, and implementing visual arts curricula.
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

This position is full-time starting in the 2018-19 school year. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@hw.com.

Harvard-Westlake School, a preeminent independent school in Los Angeles, is seeking highly qualified candidates for a new full-time Director of Ethics, Leadership and Service position that includes chairing the Honor Board, spearheading school-wide ethical leadership initiatives and conversations, working with our Prefect Council, co-leading the Community Service program, assisting with our Peer Support program, serving as a member of the counseling team at the Upper School (grades 10-12), and teaching multiple sections of human development.

Duties include:

  • Building relationships with students through full participation in the life of the school: attending most arts performances and sporting events, school dances, and deeply understanding the student experience at our school;
  • Counseling students – typical issues are peer and romantic relationships, stress, drugs/alcohol, death, divorce and serving on the Upper School Counseling Team (which meets weekly);
  • Leading our Upper School efforts in ethics and character education by implementing student programming, reviewing curricular efforts and working directly with teachers, administrators, parents and students;
  • Serving as a liaison to our Middle School faculty involved in character education to help streamline our 7-12 efforts in this area;
  • Overseeing, in concert with the Director of Student Activities and the Head of Upper School, student discipline at Harvard-Westlake as the head of the Honor Board and also participating in meetings with students and families when something goes awry;
  • Co-advising the Prefect Council at the Upper School, for which the elected student prefects meets four times per week with their advisors;
  • Educating parents through presentations and panel discussions, and also those who reach out to ask questions about their children on a variety of social matters;
  • Teaching Choices and Challenges, our required 10th grade wellness course;
  • Overseeing 1/3 of the Monday evening Peer Support Program gatherings;
  • Co-lead the Upper School Community Service Program (Community Council)

As a member of the counseling team, this individual is also available to help students with issues that arise during secondary school.  S/he will attend a weekly meeting with the other member of our counseling team, including the Head of Upper School, the Upper School Deans, the Upper School Psychologist, and other counselors.  

As stated in our mission, Harvard-Westlake strives to be a diverse and inclusive community and that includes our hiring of faculty and staff. Harvard-Westlake enrolls about 875 students at the Upper School, more than 40% of whom are students of color. The School is also dedicated to the joyful pursuit of educational excellence while living and learning with integrity.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • MA, MFT, LCSW or Ph.D preferred;
  • Experience teaching and/or counseling at the high school or college level is highly desirable;
  • Background in leading character education efforts in a school setting is strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate openly and highly effectively with students, parents, and faculty.
  • Significant skills and experience collaborating with colleagues in multiple settings both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events on campus involving students and adults.

This position is full-time starting in the 2018-19 school year. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@hw.com.

Harvard-Westlake School, a preeminent independent school in Los Angeles, is seeking highly qualified candidates for a full-time position that includes teaching multiple sections of psychology, social psychology, and abnormal psychology, running the school’s Peer Support Program, and serving as a member of the counseling team at the Upper School (grades 10-12).

Leading the Peer Support program is a unique responsibility - it is our peer counseling program that runs every Monday night from 5:15 - 7:15 p.m., and is open to all Upper School students. Nearly four hundred students regularly attend Peer Support. The advisor is involved in every aspect of the program - identifying and training the student trainees and leaders, meeting with them weekly, training them to facilitate and respond to issues that may come up in their group discussions, and understanding the importance of confidentiality and also what, if raised, requires mandatory reporting. Lesson plans, training materials, goals of training Junior and  Senior leaders are dynamic and are the responsibility of the Head of Peer Support. The advisor   is in charge of organizing, leading, and chaperoning the annual Peer Support Leadership retreat in the beginning of the school year. Closely working with four elected student coordinators, who are the “senior administrators” of the program, is a major part of the job as well. The Upper  School Psychologist also works in the Peer Support program, and is a valued partner in this  work.

As a member of the counseling team, this individual is also available to help students with   issues that arise during secondary school. S/he will be available for counseling, consulting with teachers/parents as needed, working closely/consulting with school psychologist and crisis management as needed S/he will attend a weekly meeting with the other member of our counseling team, including the Head of Upper School, the Upper School Deans, the Upper School Psychologist, and other counselors.

As stated in our mission, Harvard-Westlake strives to be a diverse and inclusive community and that includes our hiring of faculty and staff. Harvard-Westlake enrolls about 875 students at the Upper School, more than 40% of whom are students of color. The School is also dedicated to the joyful pursuit of educational excellence while living and learning with integrity.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • MSW, MA or MS in psychology and a license in counseling (or working toward obtaining one) is preferred.
  • Experience teaching psychology at the high school or college level is highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts in a clear and concise manner to students and to foster an innovative and creative learning environment.
  • Strong communication skills and a willingness to work with colleagues in creating, developing, and implementing a robust program for students in Peer Support.
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

This position is full-time starting in the 2018-19 school year. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@hw.com.

Harvard-Westlake, a coed, independent school in Los Angeles serving nearly 1600 students in grades 7-12, seeks to hire an exceptional individual to be its middle school learning specialist.  Our middle school is comprised of 727 students in grades seven through nine.

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance.

The successful candidate will have experience working with faculty, parents and administration to directly and indirectly support students with documented learning differences.  Duties will include:

Educational Testing Processing

  • Recommend/refer for testing
  • Read/review/evaluate reports
  • Lead meetings with families to discuss accommodations
  • Keep up to date documentation
  • Communicate with teachers
  • ​Coordinate accommodations with outside standardized testing entities as necessary

Regular Student Support Meetings w/ Deans, Division Head, and School Psychologist 

General Academic Student Support

  • Classroom observations of students with testing or who may need testing
  • Teacher support with students receiving accommodations
  • Open hours for student drop-ins
  • Develop and maintain list of quality referrals for outside educational therapists
  • Classroom, grade level, advisory presentations on study skills (note taking, assessment preparation, reading comprehension, executive functioning)

Coordinate With Upper School Learning Specialist

  • Create unified protocols across divisions
  • Establish continuity of care for students progressing to the upper school

Concussion Follow-Up

  • Point person for the return to classroom and academic planning following concussion
  • Lead the school’s communication for student, parent, teachers, and medical personnel

Professional Development for Faculty

  • Ongoing professional development with full faculty and individual faculty as needed

Curriculum Development

  • Sit on Curriculum Grant Committee, ensuring that curriculum implementation is completed with an eye to all kinds of learners.

Recommended Experience and Education for Candidates

Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
Previous secondary school experience is a plus
Certification through Association of Educational Therapists

Harvard-Westlake Mission Statement

Harvard-Westlake strives to be a diverse and inclusive community united by the joyful pursuit of educational excellence, living and learning with integrity, and purpose beyond ourselves.

Harvard-Westlake, a coed, independent school in Los Angeles serving nearly 1600 students in grades 7-12, seeks to hire an exceptional and highly qualified individual for a full-time teaching position in the history department at the Upper School (grades 10-12). The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated knowledge of modern European and world history, and the entire narrative of US history. Candidates will also show an interest in teaching high school students in a rigorous college prep curriculum and be prepared to integrate themselves in the life of the school.  The History department values team teaching, innovation and collegiality.

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in history or a similar field; MA or Ph.D preferred;
  • Ability to teach World and Europe II, U.S. history, and potentially A.P. U.S. history;
  • Strong communication skills and team-player attitude;
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts in a clear and concise manner to students and foster an innovative and creative learning environment;
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

​This position is full-time starting in the 2018-19 school year. Send resume and cover letter to mysearch@calwesteducators.com.  Candidates should note in email subject line: Harvard Westlake Application.

Harvard-Westlake, a coed, independent school in Los Angeles serving nearly 1600 students in grades 7-12, seeks to hire an exceptional and highly qualified individual for a full-time teaching position that includes teaching 2-3 sections of computer science and leading the Robotics program at the Upper School (grades 10-12). The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated knowledge of computer science, as well as high school robotics and robotics generally.  Knowledge of VEX robotics a plus.  An ability to work with teenagers as a coach/mentor is essential.  The ability to create a positive, cohesive team dynamic is as important as the technical knowledge.  Qualified applicants will most likely have some engineering background.  

This teacher will be the primary advisor for the robotics team and will supervise the team during after school practices and on weekends.  The Harvard-Westlake Robotics team participates in VEX robotics competitions throughout the year.  In the past two years, teams have qualified for the VEX World Championships in the spring.  In 2016-2017, the team participated in 16 weekend competitions throughout the year, and the teacher is the primary supervisor at these competitions.  The teacher will also be responsible for submitting any trip paperwork to the school in a timely fashion.  Coaching the robotics team (running practice, chaperoning competitions, and administering the team) constitutes approximately 55% of this position.

Bachelor’s degree required, MS/Ph.D preferred.

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering or a similar field; MS or Ph.D preferred;
  • Ability to teach AP Computer Science A and AP Computer Science Principles.
  • Strong communication skills and team-player attitude;
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts in a clear and concise manner to students and foster an innovative and creative learning environment;
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

This position is full-time starting in the 2018-19 school year. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@hw.com

Harvard-Westlake School seeks a full-time Debate Teacher/Coach. Reporting to the Head of the Debate Program, this teacher will assist with to the day-to-day coaching and management of the debate team, will oversee the team’s competitive participation in all debate team-related events, and will teach debate at the Middle School. The Debate Coach will also assist in coordinating and hosting tournaments on campus and support the community outreach efforts through the debate team.  The Debate Coach should expect to attend at least 25 tournaments per year. The Debate Coach will be expected to participate in working with and preparing students in all of our debate formats. The Debate Coach will also have the opportunity to be a part of Harvard-Westlake’s summer debate program.

The Harvard-Westlake Debate Team has grown into a large, nationally-competitive team, regularly qualifying many students to the Tournament of Champions and often competing in the late elimination rounds of national-level tournaments.  The Debate Team competes in Lincoln-Douglas Debate (Grades 8-12) and the Middle School Public Debate Program (Grade 7). Additionally, we host invitational tournaments and public debate events.

The Debate Teacher/Coach will help to ensure the success of the students in the Harvard-Westlake Debate program and will contribute to the vision for the future program. The successful candidate will demonstrate most of these qualifications:

  • A track record of successfully coaching Lincoln-Douglas and/or policy debate at high levels (College debate is a plus)
  • Keeping up with the latest debate trends and arguments
  • Proactive coaching/scouting/preparation during tournaments
  • Efficiently researching and helping with file production and organization
  • Working with students with highly-rigorous class requirements
  • A long-term commitment to debate education
  • A driver’s license and a clean driving record
  • A bachelor’s degree is required

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance.

About Harvard-Westlake
Harvard-Westlake is an independent high school in Los Angeles, CA serving approximately 1,600 students.  Classes for 7th through 9th grades take place on our Middle School campus located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood while 10th through 12th grades are located on our Upper School campus in Studio City.

The school is the result of the 1991 merger between Harvard School (founded 1900) and Westlake School (founded 1904).  Students are offered an array of rigorous college preparatory courses, athletics, and extracurricular activities, and matriculate from Harvard-Westlake with an appreciation for learning, integrity, and purpose beyond themselves for whatever their next step may be.

Salary for this position will be commensurate with experience.  

Harvard-Westlake offers a variety of employment benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a defined contribution retirement plan, generous time-off policies, a cafeteria draw account, and a wealth of talented employees who care about the school.

Send cover letter and resume to jobs@hw.com.

Harvard-Westlake School—a coed, independent, day school in Los Angeles—is seeking highly qualified candidates for a full-time teaching position in the Visual Arts department at the Middle School (grades 7-9). The position requires teaching, maintaining a high-volume art studio, and engaging in the daily life of the school. Course load will include some combination of foundation studio art, introductory video and storytelling, graphic design and introductory drawing and painting.  Applicants should understand that the media we study goes beyond the surface to explore deeper meanings.  We are looking for an individual who will inspire students to dig deep and think before they make art. We seek an individual who can help our students understand that artists make deliberate choices using conceptual and formal elements to communicate ideas and feelings. We are looking for an individual that has the capability to weave between the conceptual and technical when presenting to our students.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a deep awareness of how to work with a variety of media and will be able to make these media accessible to help students develop their creative voice. We seek candidates who have an extensive knowledge of historical and contemporary art theory and practices, who have art teaching experience, and whose own creative practice reflects serious engagement with conceptual and formal approaches to art making. Candidates should also have a specific interest in curriculum development and collaborative work with art department colleagues.

The Middle School Visual Arts Department is housed in Wang Hall, where the studio facilities include a drawing and painting studio, a digital photography lab and shooting studio, a video lab and shooting studio, a ceramics and glass sculpture studio, two foundation art studios, as well as the Arlene Schnitzer Gallery.

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • BA or BFA Visual Arts; MA or MFA degree in visual arts or arts education preferred.
  • Ability to teach drawing and painting and/or introductory video is primary; flexibility to teach other disciplines in visual arts is a plus.
  • Teaching experience at the middle or high school level is highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate concepts in a clear and concise manner to students and to foster an innovative and creative learning environment.
  • Strong communication skills and a willingness to work with colleagues in creating, developing, and implementing visual arts curricula.
  • Ideal candidates will be excited by becoming part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

Please submit cover letter and resume to jobs@hw.com

Harvard-Westlake, a coed, independent school in Los Angeles serving nearly 1600 students in grades 7-12, seeks to hire an exceptional and highly qualified individual for a full-time teaching position in the English department at the Upper School (grades 10-12).  The teaching load will comprise two preparations and five sections.  English teachers frame and lead textual inquiries; guide students in composing and revising argumentative essays; evaluate students in all facets of their work; and collaborate with colleagues to evolve curriculum and determine best practices.  We value your expanding knowledge of great literature old and new, as well as your skills in helping students discover and deepen their interpretive ideas in spoken and written word. 

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in English or a similar field; MA or Ph.D preferred;
  • Ability to teach across literary genres and traditions;
  • Strong communication skills and team-player attitude;
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate seminar-style discussions and to foster a safe, innovative, and creative learning environment;
  • Ideal candidates will be excited to become part of our vibrant school community, broadly engaging with students and colleagues, and attending events outside their particular field of study.

Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@hw.com.

Middle School Science Teacher Job Description

Harvard-Westlake, a coed, independent school in Los Angeles serving nearly 1600 students in grades 7-12, seeks to hire an exceptional individual to teach Middle School science.  Our middle school is comprised of 727 students in grades seven through nine.

Harvard-Westlake actively strives to be a diverse and inclusive community in its educational, admission, and employment practices.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, or any other characteristic.  We seek candidates who demonstrate sensitivity, knowledge, and understanding of the diverse backgrounds of community members; have an ability to work flexibly, independently, and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment with individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds; and have a capacity to serve as a model of openness, generosity, and acceptance.

The Science Department teaches a two-year physical science curriculum, consisting primarily of topics in chemistry and physics, to our 7th and 8th grade students.  Our 9th grade students take one of two levels of high school biology (honors or regular).  We pride ourselves on the care afforded to students at an individual level, teacher collaboration on curriculum and laboratory set-up, and active participation by teachers in the greater school community. 

In addition to teaching science, middle school teachers monitor the social and emotional health of students, enforce rules both in and out of the classroom, assess and communicate with the school and parents about student progress through report cards and written comments, and attend an annual school-wide camping trip.

Candidates should have:

  • an interest and passion for working with young people,
  • excellent instructional and listening skills,
  • a great deal of patience,
  • a love for sharing science with others,
  • and a desire to make a difference in a student’s life.  

This position requires a biology background and involves teaching five sections of science.

Education Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, or a closely related discipline.

Experience: Middle school teaching experience is preferable but not absolutely necessary.

Resumes will be considered until the position is filled.
Please submit cover letter and resume to jobs@hw.com.

Staff Openings

There are currently no staff openings

Candidates who are interested in applying for a current staff position, please refer to the information provided in the position description.

Coach Openings

There are currently no coach openings

Candidates who wish to apply for a faculty position must have a bachelor's degree, though a master's degree is preferred. Teaching experience is preferred, but not required.

If you are interested in applying for any current faculty position, we invite you to send a copy of your transcripts and letter(s) of reference. Please include a cover letter indicating your general area of interest.

You may send the above information the following ways:
By mail: Resume Department 3700 Coldwater Canyon Studio City, CA 91604
By email: jobs@hw.com

Each faculty resume is reviewed by the Head of School. Your resume will be maintained in our active files for 12 months. Should an opening occur that fits your background, we will contact you. If you have not been selected for a position, you will receive a letter from the Head of School.