School Counselor Job Description Sample
School Counselor & Therapist
School Counselor: Immediate opening for a full-time School Counselor. Provide clinical direction for the development, implementation and evaluation of individual students’ educational and therapeutic plans. Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling required; if not licensed, credentials to obtain Illinois LSW or LPC. Therapist: Immediate opening for a Therapist in our residential program. Provide individual, group and family therapy; case management; and clinical assessments, reauthorization and consultation. Master’s degree in a Human Services field required; if not licensed, credentials to obtain Illinois LSW or LPC. Apply at www.chaddock.org EOE
Counselor - Mental Health Adolescent IOP In School Counselor
Come join a growing team! Our mission is to develop and maintain a team of committed professionals, passionate about identifying human service needs and creating solutions for individuals and families that result in positive growth and a better quality of life. We are a rapidly growing company with the creation of new programs and expansion of our existing programs. We offer a collaborative team environment. If you are a professional with experience in the field of behavioral healthcare and helping adolescent clients, we have a career building position waiting for you!
This position is salaried and will work with Adolescents in Glenn Mills and West Chester Schools.
Candidates should be motivated to work in a team-oriented environment and able to perform individual, group and family counseling. Including screening, intake and referrals. Strong skills in developing and implementing treatment plans, completing client records in a timely manner and in accordance with state licensing regulations. Assists in program development and administration as needed. Conducts outreach projects as needed (i.e. marketing open house, site visits, mailings).A ttends weekly supervision and staff meetings. This position will also prepare reports and letters necessary for all entities (i.e. parole, MCOs) as necessary. Maintains continuing education requirements in accordance with state and/or licensing boards. Performs other duties and responsibilities as requested by Program Coordinator. Must be familiar with and agree to follow the APA Ethical Code of Conduct. Must have experience treating adolescents and have flexibility with scheduling.
1) Master's degree in social work, counseling or related field.
2) One of the following licensures in state of employment (PA) is preferred:
OBH is an EOE.
Onward Behavioral Health has an extensive history of providing high-quality outpatient treatment throughout eastern Pennsylvania through its subsidiary programs: Rehab After Work, Life Counseling Services, The Light Program and Seeds of Hope.
With flexible but effective individualized treatment plans, Onward Behavioral Health is an invaluable resource to adults and teens in the region suffering from substance addiction or mental health issues.
Non Public School Counselor (Bilingual)
POSITION TITLE: School Counselor DIVISION:
School Based Outpatient REPORTS TO: School Based Directors SUMMARY: The School Counselor will be responsible for providing mental health services to assigned clients including individual, family and group therapy.
The applicant will provide consultation services to the school staff to support the overall mental health goals of the school. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides direct mental health services to include intake assessment, individual/family/group therapy, and crisis intervention to assigned clients Maintains regular contact with the parent/guardian of each client (if appropriate) Completes master treatment plans, treatment plan updates, managed care authorizations and all chart requirements.
Participate in IEP's and complete all Behavioral Support Plans for assigned clients. Provides consultation for school staff regarding mental health issues of clients. Participates in the collection of mental health information and student outcomes data to be used for monitoring the overall performance and effectiveness of services provided.
Provides complete and timely documentation to support services rendered Maintains 70% direct service requirement Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS: Excellent interpersonal skills Spanish speaking highly encouraged EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: A Masters degree from an accredited University or College in the field of Psychology, Social Work, Counseling Education or Human Services field.
Licensed in the State of California to provide mental health services (MFT, LPC, LCSW) Please submit your resume and cover letter to the following: RISE Institute Human Resources Email: inforiseinst.com Fax: 415-641-4082 Compensation: TBD Employment type: Part-time
Therapeutic After School Counselor
Therapeutic After School Counselor Lancaster, PA Do you have a passion for working with children and adolescents? Are you interested in a career in mental and behavioral health services?
Would you enjoy planning activities, running groups and helping with homework? Are you looking for a FT position with a comprehensive benefits plan including health, dental, vision & disability benefits, retirement plan with employer matching, tuition reimbursement and PTO? Would you like to work for a provider that offers a broad range of services and offers room for advancement into new positions that are a match for your skills, passion and
After School Counselor
Acclaim Academy Early Learning Center (STAR 3) is located in the inner city section of Germantown in Philadelphia. We are currently seeking motivated team players for a toddler, preschool, floater, and after school program.
The desired candidate would have already obtained their CDA, Associates, Bachelors, or Masters in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or Elementary Education K-4.
Schedules for current positions:
After School: 2:30pm-6:30pm
- High School diploma acceptable, provided candidate is willing to enroll and complete their CDA certification in After School Care in 2018 (Acclaim will assist with placement).
- Full time hours available on closed school days of current children enrolled, extra hours as a sub for current staff, and eligible to run summer program.
Please bring the following to your scheduled interview:
- Copy of your High School diploma, CDA, or college transcript.
- Any copies of clearances; criminal, child abuse, fingerprints (not required).
- Current health assessment with TB shot (not required).
- Any training's you may have (ex; CPR, first aid, fire safety, mandated reporting, health & safety, ITERS, ECERS, SACERS, or any other related subject through PAKeys).
- Be able to provide documentation of three years’ experience working with children (form provided at interview).
We offer competitive pay, paid holidays, accrued vacation, (up to three weeks), insurance, and other benefits.
Hiring decisions are made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, age or sex.
Visit our school website at www.AcclaimAcademyPA.com
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Before And After School Counselor
Before and After School Program Counselor for the 2017-2018 School Year in Princeton and Montgomery Township School District
Montgomery Township: Monday-Friday 7:00am-9:20am and 3:00pm-6:00pm
Princeton: Monday-Friday 3:00pm-6:00pm
POSITION TITLE:After School Program Counselor
REPORTS TO:School Age Child Care Director
GENERAL FUNCTIONS:Under the direction of the School Age Child Care Director and Senior Program Director, the After School Program Counselor oversees the daily operations at a designated Princeton YMCA site and ensures the successful delivery of the after school program. Working closely with the School Age Child Care Director and Senior Program Director, s/he will work collaboratively with the school staff team and volunteers to implement an appropriate daily schedule that advances the program goals.
-Supervises groups of children
-Plans and implements activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA Core Values.
-Create and maintain a fun environment for children to work and play productively and comfortably, and have full access to all necessary materials
-Demonstrate leadership and be a positive influence and role model to colleagues and staff
-Open and close the site on a daily basis
-Communicate issues related to students to Director
-Supervise volunteers in partnership with Director
-With Director, support parent/family communication and follow-up
-With Director, facilitate planning and participate in-service meetings
-Supervise and manage daily snack
-Maintain and track supplies for programs and activities including equipment and program supplies; administrative supplies; and first aid equipment
-Maintain rosters and attendance records and assure accurate record-keeping
-Implement safety measures/regulations in compliance with NJ Department of Children & Families Office of Licensing & Community Partners
-Supervise and document fire drills
-Organize and manage site-based licensing paperwork
-Ensure implementation of the health and safety policies that pertain to program participants and staff at all times, including follow through on all incident reports and document filing
-Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including these related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
-Support efforts of promotion and publicity of all YMCA programs
-Ensure that all Emergency Procedures are carried out in accordance with Princeton Family YMCA procedures
-Ensure that program provides a positive image of the YMCA within the community, in accordance with the mission and philosophy of the Princeton Family YMCA
-Other duties as assigned
• Must be over 18 years of age
• Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education or related field preferred or high school diploma with 1 year of supervisory experience working in the child care/recreation field.
• Experience with children in school, after school, or camp setting
• Sound judgment, ability to prioritize and be self-directed, and work independently
• Ability to work flexibly with a collaborative team of staff members and volunteers
• Ability to maintain systems for accurate record keeping; ability to enter data and/or word process • Current CPR and First Aid Certification, or obtain within 90 days of hire
• Must be willing to work with all persons without regard to race, religion, ethnic origin, socioeconomic status or disability
• Ability to operate various types of office equipment such as copier, postage meter, and fax machine
• Positive, “can do” attitude which is demonstrated by a willingness to pitch in and help wherever needed as well as an ability to anticipate what is needed
• Must be committed to the goals and objectives of the Princeton Family YMCA programs
• Must be willing to fulfill responsibilities in accordance with YMCA standards and best practices
COMPENSATION: $10.00-$11.00/hour DOE
Licensed School Counselor (1099)
Licensed School Counselor - 1099 Subcontractor
Employee’s duties to include, but limited to:
This position is a 1099 Sub-contractor
- Provide individual and group services to meet the developmental, preventive, and remedial needs of students
- All planning of counseling activities involving students and staff
- Occasional communication with parents/guardians of students
- Review current IEP service goals, recommending modification, and generating IEP annual goals for succeeding years
- Maintain on-going written records in the form of session and monthly progress notes for available to appropriate APTS staff
- Use available technology resources to enhance the program
- Write reports for each assigned student according to APTS format and staff
- Write quarterly progress reports which include graphs for each student’s progress
- Maintain a professional presentation and demeanor at all times
- Adhere to ethical standards of the counseling profession, and abide by the laws, policies, and procedures that govern the school
- Other duties as assigned
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Values working in a multicultural/diverse environment
- Communicates effectively both verbally and in writing with a broad variety of people, including other team members and management
- Ability to work effectively within a team-oriented environment
- Computer experience and adequate keyboarding ability preferred
- Ability to provide visual and auditory supervision of students
- Maintains appropriate professional boundaries and confidentiality
- Demonstrates group leadership and organizational skills
- Regularly attends counseling sessions and meetings, and is punctual for counseling sessions and meetings and in a condition suitable for assuming responsibilities of the position
- Openness to feedback and supervision
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk; sit; use hand-to-finger, handle or feel objects, tool and student supplies; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; see, talk, and hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, and occasionally to run. The employee must be able to provide physical crisis management. The employee will occasionally lift and/or move 50 pounds or more with or without assistance.
- An earned Master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university and Certification from an approved Counselor Education program
- Must possess a current Professional License in School Counseling, School Psychology, Social Work or Professional Counseling
- Must hold current Liability Insurance
Director of Educational Services
After School Counselor (Part Time : M-F 2:00Pm - 6:00Pm)
As a After School Counselor, you will manage and participate in a variety of learning environments and activities that provide opportunities for students to develop to their fullest potential and achieve their learning objectives.
Essential Duties include but are not limited to:
- Assists in classroom/after school activities as directed.
- Maintains classroom and children in neat and orderly manner.
- Attends in-service as required.
- Provides recreational activities during after school and non-school days.
- Read and carry out educational activities
- Actively participate with and involve all children during daily activities.
- Assists in loading and unloading of children.
- Secures children into age appropriate safety devices.
- Attends to children on bus if assigned to bus duty.
- High School Diploma
- FCCPC, CDA or AA in ECE or ES.
- Completed 40 - clock-hour Introductory Child Care Training with DCF
- 10 - clock - hours of Annual In-service training with DCF
- Minimum of 6 months experience as a Teacher Aide or Teacher Assistant; with ESE/Special Needs children
Candidates must have the ability to work Monday to Friday from 2:00pm - 6:00pm.
Broward Children's Center has two developmental schools. One is located in Pompano Beach and the other one in Dania Beach. Both locations are currently hiring for After School Counselor.
As a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we have never underestimated the ability of young people to overcome challenges, heal, learn, and most of all, flourish.
Our mission at BCC is to respond to the unique needs of every child through programs that promote privacy, respect, independence, dignity, and engagement (PRIDE.) By listening to and learning from the children and families we serve, we have grown from a single-program establishment to one that serves over 1,200 individuals each year.
As we look to the future, Broward Children’s Center remains focused on delivering the highest quality care necessary to ensure that each individual is given every opportunity to thrive and succeed.
High School Student Care Dorm Parent Advisor Counselor Jobs Available
High School Dorm Positions
All of our student care positions require individuals of good moral character and background with a love of children, an outgoing personality, strong work ethic, deep reservoir of patience and understanding and an ability to supervise, support, shape and mold teenagers during a very formative period of their lives. We are seeking to fill positions in the following categories for the school year commencing July, 2017. These positions offer the right candidate an opportunity for an interesting and fulfilling experience, full room and board during the school year and an opportunity to develop professionally and to save money. Our management consists of former school proprietors, administrators and experienced residential program managers who work with our staff to train and support them. We seek to create a team that provides a quality of program and life for both students and staff. Brief summaries of each position are set forth below and detailed job descriptions are available upon request.
Compensation Range includes a salary of $40,000-$50,000+ depending on experience plus benefits, room and board during the school year. Approximate total value of compensation package including benefits and room and board equals approximately $65,000 - $75,000+.
A Residential Director is the program manager at a school residential location. Responsibilities include but are not limited to student care, counseling and support, discipline, academic support, planning and execution of recreational activities and more. On the administrative side the Residential Director handles hiring, firing, scheduling, training and supervision of staff, liaison with school and parents, local budgetary control and reporting as well as assuring that the facilities are maintained in a five star condition at all times.
The ideal candidate has had material experience in supervision and mentoring of adolescents in settings such as schools, athletic teams and residential programs. They will also have experience in supervision of staff and responsibility for reporting to employers. The candidate must be resourceful and self-sufficient, highly professional, self-motivated, organized, disciplined and efficient and must possess a character and personality that inspires both students and staff. Having been a parent who raised one or more teenagers themselves is a plus. We will also consider married couples such as a Residential Director or Housemaster and a Residential Advisor.
Assistant Residential Director
Compensation Range includes a salary of $25,000-$35,000 depending on experience plus room and board during the school year. Approximate total value of compensation package including room and board equals approximately $42,000 - $52,000.
An Assistant Residential Director both assists the Residential Director in the performance of their responsibilities, acting as a right hand and acts as a Residential Advisor. They will work closely with students and staff and will exercise supervisory responsibilities in the absence of the Residential Director.
The ideal candidate for this position will exhibit the traits of a Residential Director set forth above but with perhaps less in service experience.
Other available positions:
Compensation Range includes a salary of $20,000-$30,000 depending on experience plus room and board during the school year. Approximate total value of compensation package including room and board equals approximately $37,000 - $47,000.
A Housemaster is a Residential Advisor who is in charge of a Family Style Residence of 6-12 students at those of our programs that utilize that structure. The Housemaster reports to the Assistant Residential Director and the Residential Director and functions as both a Residential Advisor and supervisor of their particular residence and any other Residential Advisors who work with those students. Responsibilities at their house include but are not limited to student care, counseling and support, discipline, academic support, planning and execution of recreational activities and more as well as assuring that the facilities are maintained in a five star condition at all times.
The ideal candidate has had at least some relevant experience in supervision and mentoring of adolescents in settings such as schools, athletic teams and residential programs. The candidate must be resourceful and self-sufficient, highly professional, self-motivated, organized, disciplined and efficient and must possess a character and personality that inspires both students and staff.
Compensation Range $9.00 - $11.00 per hour depending on experience plus room and board during the school year PLUS Residential Advisors who successfully complete their first year and are offered re-employment for the following school year will receive a $5,000 re-signing bonus. Approximate total value of compensation package including room and board and re-signing bonus equals approximately $32,000 - $36,000.
A Residential Advisor is a key member of the student care team. This position is IDEAL for recent graduates in Education, Social Work or International Studies. It allows graduates to transition from college to professional life with a position that teaches practical experience, covers all room and board expenses and provides future teachers and social workers the ability to launch their careers and save some money at the same time. Residential Advisors function as student supervisors much in the manner that camp counselors supervise residential campers. They are the primary student supervisors and are responsible for assuring the well-being, success and enjoyment of our students in accordance with the parameters of our program. Residential Advisors report to the Assistant Residential Director, the Residential Director and/or the Housemaster as circumstances dictate.
The ideal candidate has had either some relevant experience in supervision and mentoring of adolescents in settings such as schools, athletic teams and residential programs or can otherwise demonstrate an ability to work within our program guidelines and the willingness to learn. The candidate must be resourceful and self-sufficient, highly professional, self-motivated, organized, disciplined and efficient and must possess a character and personality that inspires both students and staff.
If your feel that one of the foregoing positions is appropriate for you and you wish to apply please supply a detailed resume, references and will authorize a comprehensive background search. Must have a valid drivers License.
Mental Health Counselor II Bilingual Spanish - Youth Contact School Ba
Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of three (3) years’ experience, either employed or working as a volunteer, with special needs children or youth is preferred.
Must pass Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.
Bilingual, Spanish-speaking, and accurate interpreting and translating skills.
Valid California Driver’s License is required. Must meet guidelines of agency’s driving criteria (i.e. Proof of liability insurance, minimal moving violations, driving record free of DUI’s or reckless driving in the last 3 years, etc.) and maintain the criteria as per company policy at all times. REQ. 3554A In order to apply please submit a PDF resume.
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