Brentwood School, a vibrant and diverse K-12 independent school, is looking for a full time Middle School human development teacher, to begin in August of 2023. We are looking for individuals from independent, public, private, or charter schools, with experience in teaching middle school age students and one or more degrees in psychology, social work, human development, or child development.
It is expected that a successful candidate would:
Teach four sections of Middle School human development
Serve as an advisor to a group of students
Make human development meaningful and relevant by inspiring students
Communicate with students and parents as necessary
Revise and plan new curriculum in conjunction with other members of the human development department
Incorporate educational technology throughout instruction and course work
Engage in professional and personal development and commit to growth in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion
Participate and initiate opportunities that demonstrate one's growth, knowledge, and skills
Perform additional duties, such as leading a club and chaperoning events, as needed
In addition, a candidate should possess the following personal qualities:
Strong collaboration skills
An interest in and openness to professional growth and development
A commitment to diversity and inclusion
A sense of humor, warmth of personality, and energy
COVID vaccination will be required for this position unless candidate has a legally valid exemption
The salary range for this position is annual $69,441 - $100,941.
Brentwood School is dedicated to the creation of a diverse faculty and staff that better represents our student body and the city of Los Angeles. Information about our school can be found at www.bwscampus.com. Please submit a letter of interest and a resume to:
Mission & ValuesBrentwood School is a vibrant and diverse community whose purpose is to promote personal and intellectual growth. We provide challenging, engaging programs in a nurturing learning environment, devoting care and attention to every student. Embracing high standards of character, commitment, and achievement. Brentwood School encourages students to think critically and creatively and to act ethically. In its relatively short history, Brentwood School has grown to be one of the premier independent day schools in Southern California. Founded as a non-profit corporation in 1972, Brentwood School acquired the Brentwood Military Academy, which had existed since 1902. Brentwood School opened in the fall of 1972 as a co-educational, college preparatory day school with grades 6-10. Grade 11 was added in fall 1973, and the school graduated its first senior class in June 1975.