Thank you for your interest in Maranatha High School!

Working at Maranatha will give you an opportunity to become part of one of the finest college preparatory, Christian high schools in the area. The successful candidate will not only possess the requisite academic and spiritual preparation but also have a passion for affecting the lives of young people for Jesus Christ. We invite you to be a part of an exciting ministry at Maranatha High School.

See below for a list and details of current openings.

Positions Available

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  • FACULTY POSITIONS

    SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

    To help achieve our vision, Maranatha is seeking Substitute teachers with a dynamic Christian testimony and passionate commitment to the highest quality of Christian Education. Strong substitutes will be instrumental in supporting our faculty in helping fulfill our potential as a benchmark Christian educational center providing excellent college preparatory education in the most vibrant Christ-revering contexts possible.The substitute teacher will be the primary person in the classroom to present instruction of course content (lesson plans will be provided), facilitate learning opportunities and ensure student participation.

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    SCIENCE LAB TECHNICIAN (PART-TIME)

    To help achieve our vision, Maranatha is seeking a Science Lab Technician with a dynamic Christian testimony and passionate commitment to the highest quality of Christian Education. The Lab Technician is responsible for providing technical support to science instructors.

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    BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COUNSELOR (PART-TIME)

    The Behavioral Health Counselor at Maranatha High School is to provide social-emotional and mental health support to students and their families in order that students reach their highest potential while enrolled at Maranatha High School.  The Behavioral Health Counselor serves as a support for advisors, coaches, faculty, deans, the principal and head of school, as we all aim to empower students in their learning and overall well-being. At times the counselor acts as a liaison between parties, facilitating communication and understanding, and providing helpful resources. The counselor guides and directs parents as they navigate challenges and crises, providing helpful referrals and resources. The counselor collaborates with professional (therapists, doctors) outside the school community in order to maximize efficiency in serving our students and their families.

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    OTHER CORE SUBJECT (CS) TEACHING POSITIONS


    Thank you for your interest in teaching at Maranatha High School. In addition to the positions posted above, we are seeking applications for qualified candidates in all subject areas for the fall of 2021-22. We are looking for Christian scholars who love their subject and love students, and for whom the art and science of teaching excites them! If you have an interest in teaching for the 2021-2022 school year and do not see an open job listed above, then please feel free to complete one of our Core Subject (CS) applications for your preferred subject area below.  

    English ~ Mathematics ~ 
    Modern Languages ~ Natural Sciences ~ Performing Arts ~ Physical Education ~ Theology ~ TILE (Engineering, Computer Science)

    DISCLOSURE: Once a CS application is completed, your application will remain on file. Should a position become available, your application will be reviewed at that time and you will be contacted with a status update once the review is complete.

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  • STAFF POSITIONS

    DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT

    The Director of Advancement reports to the Head of School and is responsible for promoting the grateful giving of time, talents and resources to enable the school to maintain affordability and quality by supplementing tuition fees with charitable giving. The ideal candidate is a Christian who believes and embraces the school’s Statement of Faith. This individual will manage and supervise a small staff to plan and implement all fundraising activities in order to meet or exceed the school’s fundraising goals. The Director of Advancement is responsible for the strategic use of technology, systems, processes and resources (including volunteers) to enhance donor giving. In addition to representing Maranatha’s core values of Faith, Scholarship, Community and Service, Maranatha’s next Director of Advancement will demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, flexibility to adjust to changes and delays, keen attention to detail, strong computer literacy, and the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively.

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    ADVANCEMENT AND DATABASE COORDINATOR

    The Advancement and Database Coordinator is the first point of contact for Advancement Office. This position provides support for the Director of Advancement. This position is also responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the Advancement database, including data input and output, technology management, and end-user training and support. In addition, provides support for the Advancement office with the gift entry, gift acknowledgement, and creation of reports. Additional responsibilities of this position include training the Advancement staff in the proper use of the database, developing and implementing policies to guide data entry, and making sure that the database effectively captures alumni and constituent information and generates accurate financial and analytical reports.

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  • COACHING POSITIONS


    HEAD COACH BASKETBALL (BOYS' FRESHMEN)

    Maranatha is seeking a Head Coach Basketball (Boys' Freshmen) with a dynamic Christian testimony and passionate commitment to our mission. Maranatha's Coaches are instrumental in fostering student personal growth and development.

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    ASSISTANT SOCCER COACH (BOYS' VARSITY)

    Maranatha is seeking an Assistant Soccer Coach (Boys' Varsity) with a dynamic Christian testimony and passionate commitment to our mission. Maranatha's Coaches are instrumental in fostering student personal growth and development.

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    HEAD TRACK & FIELD COACH

    Maranatha is seeking a Head Track & Field Coach with a dynamic Christian testimony and passionate commitment to our mission. Maranatha's Track & Field Coach will be instrumental in fostering student personal growth and development.

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Human Resources

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  • Photo of Lori Diamond

    Lori Diamond PHR 

    Director of Human Resources
    626-817-4011
  • Photo of Phillip Gallegos

    Phillip Gallegos PHR 

    Human Resources Generalist
    626-817-4012

Testimonials

Monica Chan:

I love working at Maranatha High School because I truly believe in its vision and mission. I consider it both a privilege and a pleasure to interact with our students as they grow in their understanding of how to live purposefully, deepening their knowledge, and stretching their faith. I am blessed to be working in this loving environment.

Maranatha High School allows me to grow as a teacher, incorporate best practices in the teaching field without compromising my Christian Faith, and I have the opportunity of talking to my students about their faith and how that integrates with their lives. 

The positive atmosphere and caring support from my colleagues and parents allow me to work, pray, and share lives together as a family in a Christ-centered environment. It enables me to pour out Christ’s love and transform our future generations through biblically-based education.


Dr. Matt Ketterling:

I taught at Maranatha High School for a couple of years back in the mid-2000’s, and I’m happy to be back at the school. I teach within the Science and Theology Departments. Our hope is that the whole student—mind, body, and soul—would be impacted by attending Maranatha. But the same goal is true for our faculty and staff as well. There is something deeply satisfying about being a part of a faculty that genuinely cares, not only for our students, but for each other as well.
It is the policy and practice of Maranatha High School not to discriminate in the admission of students and/or hiring of employees on the basis of an individual’s race, color, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, disability, sex, or age.