The Awty International School has an immediate opening for a secondary school counselor (social/emotional) for grades six through twelve. Awty is looking for a talented, experienced and passionate individual who will support the school’s purpose. At Awty we seek to inspire learners through academic excellence, cultural diversity and multi-lingual fluency for a life of global impact.
This is a full-time position with principal duties and responsibilities in the secondary school with duties commencing ideally on July 1, 2018. The counselor’s primary responsibilities will be for International Program students; however, she/he will work regularly and collaborate with the French Program counselor for the sake of students in both programs. Candidates may be considered for Director of Counseling role, which involves leadership and management of the social/emotional counseling department school wide, PK - 12.
Collaborate and meet regularly with Division Heads
Liaise with Primary School and French Program Counselors
Attend a variety of school events
Participate in annual Fall Trips overnight
As Director of Counseling, report to Head of Middle school
The salary is competitive. Benefits include medical insurance, a dental plan, retirement contributions, disability and life insurance.
Direct inquiries to Tom Beuscher, Head of Middle School, at email@example.com or at 713-328-5812.
BA or equivalent in counseling field, preferably psychology
Demonstrated experience with commendations as a secondary school counselor
Advanced degree with certification as a counselor (LPC)
Experience with developing and coordinating a school social education program
Social program teaching experience
Familiarity with diagnostic educational testing
Ability to coordinate support for variety of learning needs
Has an additional language – preferably Spanish or French
Internal Number: 52747
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