Careers

Join us on a journey of academic excellence!

Founded by the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1956, La Salle College Preparatory of Pasadena, CA is the only Catholic co-educational high school in the northern San Gabriel Valley. We take pride in delivering the highest quality academic experience to each of our students and their families. We are always looking for talented, caring, and driven individuals to join us on this journey of academic excellence.

The school curriculum is college preparatory, as 99% of our graduates matriculate to higher education. Our current enrollment of over 600 students represents a diverse population reflective of our surrounding communities. We offer a full range of co-curricular and athletic opportunities for our student body.



Available Positions

Girl's Volleyball Head Coach

A La Salle Head Coach is responsible for the overall building of the program in their sport, carrying both themselves and their actions up to the standards of a Lasallian. Building a team includes directing the discipline and training of the team, caring for the physical well-being of the team, organizing information like roster updates, statistics and other records, and more.

While they build their team, a La Salle Head Coach may have team managers and assistant coaches that they will build unity with and distribute tasks.

They must always remember they represent La Salle and to work with their fellow coaches, assistance and students in order to maintain the effectiveness of the total athletic program.

For detailed information on the job description and to apply, please reach out to blincoln@lasallehs.org.

Counselor

The counselor support students in developing their academic and social skills to succeed both on and off campus. Students are guided through the necessary steps to be competitive toward their postsecondary goals and build the foundation for a successful and productive life. This position is under the supervision of the Director of Counseling.

The role of the counselor includes duties and responsibilities in the following areas:

Academic

  • Counsel students on their course selection, develop a four-year plan, and monitor student grades/progress.
  • Conference with teachers, parents, and students to implement academic plans to ensure students are on track for graduation and competitive towards their post-high school goals.
  • Meet with students earning a C- or below every Mandatory Academic Support period (every 3 weeks), refer students for appropriate assistance, and contact parents regarding the meeting.
  • Assist students to process class change requests prior to the add/drop deadline.
  • Resolve any academic issues under the approval of the Assistant Principal for teacher-student conflicts, adding or dropping after the deadline, or adding or dropping advanced courses.
  • Submit materials for the Parent Newsletter and Counselor Resource publication.
  • Gather information on seniors for the commencement program.
  • The assigned testing coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the standardized testing program. Duties include coordinating the test materials, arranging testing times and locations, training proctors, and managing test score reports.

College and Career

  • Counsel students one-on-one to explore their postsecondary options based on the student’s interests, talents, and goals.
  • Provide college counseling, scholarships, and financial aid information, as well as career information.
  • Assist students to build a well balanced and best fit college list consisting of safety, target, and reach schools.
  • Guide students in the development of their college essays through brainstorming, drafting, and proofreading until the final version.
  • Help students write a detailed resume for college admission or job applications.
  • Work with students to fill out college, financial aid, job, and scholarship applications completely and competitively (CSU, UC, Common Application, etc).
  • Write letters of recommendation and submit required documents such as the school report and transcript to college and scholarship programs.
  • Assist with the development and coordination of college counseling programs including ACT/SAT test preparation, college tours, and parent/student nights.
  • Serve as the assigned point lead for program events, including but not limited to the Parent Nights, College Tours, Career Day, Mock ACT & SAT, and Coffee with the Counselors. The point lead is responsible for the booking, organization, and implementation of the program from start to finish.
  • Serve as support for all programs within the counseling department to ensure their successful implementation and growth.
  • Maintain the environment of the Counseling Center with updated materials on college admission, testing preparation, and enrichment opportunities.
  • Responsible for collecting, tracking, and compiling data for analysis of the counseling programs offered and their outcomes.

Social-Emotional

  • Counsel at-risk students in non-crisis and crisis situations.
  • Consult and collaborate with administrators and fellow counselors to assess and intervene with students in immediate crisis.
  • Knowledge and experience to augment the mental health curriculum through programs, guest speakers, workshops, etc.
  • Provide consultation to counselors, teachers, and administrators for students experiencing mental health difficulties.
  • Serve as a liaison between the school, families, and community agencies to coordinate mental health services as necessary.
  • Consult with and refer parents and students to appropriate specialists including psychologists, psychiatrists, and community health providers.
  • Log all communications and maintain current and confidential records in PowerSchool.
  • Pursue professional growth.

* Other duties as assigned by the Director of Counseling
* Admissions and Advancement functions are critical to the financial health of a thriving school. The counselor may be asked to support various parts of these two departments outside of the regular duties.
* There may be times when the counselor is asked to help or support another school task that is not in the job description. All employees are expected to help and support one another when possible.
* Privacy of written documents and conversations throughout all manager and administrative offices is expected even if it is not announced at the time of the meeting.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in school counseling or related field.
  • Possession of an appropriate Pupil Services Credential, LPCC, MFT, or equivalent.
  • At least two years of successful counseling in a school setting is required, preferably at the high school level.

Compensation

  • Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Application

  • Please submit your resume and cover letter to employment@lasallehs.org by February 28, 2023. This post will be open until the position is filled.

Full Time Biology/Life Science Teacher

La Salle College Preparatory High School in Pasadena, California, is accepting resumes for a full-time faculty member in the Science Department to teach AP Biology, College Prep Biology. There may also be opportunities to teach science elective courses such as human anatomy and forensic science.

We seek a candidate who will implement effective, research based methodologies in the classroom with passion and creativity in an engaging manner.

Interested candidates should Email employment@lasallehs.org or call Edward Magluyan, Vice Principal, at 626.696.4358.

With Email, include a cover letter outlining experience, qualifications, and interest in the position, and a resume reflecting educational and professional background. With your submission, please also provide names and contact information for three references.

To learn more about La Salle, visit our website at https://www.lasallehs.org/.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Undergraduate Biology or related degree;

  • Ability to work collaboratively to promote student learning.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Education and/or teaching credential;

  • Experience working with high school students;

  • Experience as a classroom teacher;

  • Experience with web-based learning, SmartBoards and 1:1 (e.g.iPads) classroom settings;

  • Experience in a Catholic high school setting.

MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • Model the characteristics of a Catholic, Lasallian educator;

  • Actively support La Salle’s Mission, Philosophy and ISOs;

  • Design and/or implement courses and units that effectively promote department outcomes and adhere to the scope and sequence as determined by the department;

  • Plan what students will learn, how they will learn, and how they will be assessed within a framework that features common assignments and assessments appropriate to the grade level within the academic discipline;

  • Engage students in an active, effective learning environment;

  • Collaborate with peers to develop, review and improve curriculum;

  • Provide regular and varied assessments of student learning to compile appropriate grades and properly determine what and how all students are learning;

  • Communicate consistently with students, parents and school personnel;

  • Demonstrate a commitment to professional growth, including sharing best practices in pedagogy and educational technology;

  • Work with appropriate administrators, the Learning Specialist, and/or counselors to support students that may have special learning needs;

  • Keep current and complete grading and attendance records;

  • Supervise students outside of the classroom;

  • Actively support the co-curricular programs of the school.

Position begins in August 2023.

Play and Musical Theater Director

La Salle College Preparatory is seeking a dynamic performing arts director to produce a fall play and spring musical. In addition to producing and leading these performances, there is the potential for teaching courses as well as (such as drama and choir). Most importantly, we are seeking a new community member that will infuse our La Sallian mission into their teaching and instruction of our students and a positive and active contributor to our community.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • A passion for or commitment to Catholic education

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university recognized by the US Department of Education

  • Versed in a variety of performing arts

  • Able to direct a play production in the fall and musical production in the spring.
    • Available after hours and weekends

  • Must be willing to do a background check/fingerprinting, provide a negative TB verification and have been fully vaccinated for Covid 19 or willing to test weekly

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree and/or teaching credential or higher

  • Experience working with high school students;

  • Experience teaching classes in the performing arts (theater, dance, etc.)

  • An actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, or combination thereof, who has experience working with high school aged children

  • Potential to teach performing art classes during the school day.

MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • Model the characteristics of a Catholic, Lasallian educator;

  • Actively support La Salle’s Mission, Philosophy and ISOs;

  • Design and/or implement courses and units that effectively promote department outcomes and adhere to the scope and sequence as determined by the department;

  • Plan what students will learn, how they will learn, and how they will be assessed within a framework that features common assignments and assessments appropriate to the grade level within the academic discipline;

  • Engage students in an active, effective learning environment;

  • Collaborate with peers to develop, review and improve curriculum;

  • Collaborate with our dance and music instructors and assist with other performing arts shows.

  • If teaching a class, provide regular and varied assessments of student learning to compile appropriate grades and properly determine what and how all students are learning;

  • Communicate consistently with students, parents and school personnel;

  • Demonstrate a commitment to professional growth, including sharing best practices in pedagogy and educational technology;

  • Work with appropriate administrators, the Learning Specialist, and/or counselors to support students that may have special learning needs;

  • Keep current and complete grading and attendance records;

  • Prefect and supervise students outside of the classroom;

  • Actively support the co-curricular programs of the school.


La Salle College Preparatory will offer a competitive salary. Position begins January 2023.



To apply or if you have any questions regarding the above positions, please email employment@lasallehs.org.


Comprehensive Benefits Package

We're also proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees and their eligible family members:

  • 50% Tuition Remission for one child
  • PTO for Thanksgiving (one week), Christmas Break (two weeks), Spring Break (one week), and major holidays - All Employees
  • PTO for Summer Break (late May through early August) - 10-month employees
  • Two Weeks Vacation - 12-month employees
  • Competitive Medical/Healthcare Plans & Dental Coverage
  • Flexible spending accounts for health care and dependent care
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan & Pension Plan (minimum vesting requirement) with competitive employer matching contributions
  • Life Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Long-term Care
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Fitness Center Access
  • On-Campus Parking
Statement of Inclusivity:

La Salle College Preparatory is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for our entire school community including but not limited to, our students, parents, families, faculty, staff, vendors, volunteers, and community members.

DISCOVER LA SALLE

La Salle College Preparatory was founded in 1956. Today, we are the only truly diverse and co-educational Catholic high school in Pasadena.