Ability to read, interpret, and follow State Board of Education rules, Code of Ethics, School Board
policies, and appropriate state and federal statutes. Knowledge and understanding of human
development and the unique needs and characteristics of students served. Knowledge and
understanding of guidance and counseling principles, programs, and services. Knowledge of
tests and measurement theory. Knowledge of community resources and services available for
student assistance. Knowledge of high school graduation requirements, state scholarship
programs, financial aid, military, and career programs. Knowledge of exceptional education
procedures. Knowledge of community and state services. Ability to counsel and assist students,
parents, and school personnel in the resolution of problems in student learning, behavior, and
mental health. Ability to administer student assessment and evaluation instruments. Ability to
analyze and use data. Ability to communicate orally and in writing, with parents, school
personnel and the public. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to maintain sensitivity to
multicultural issues. Ability to use a computer. Knowledge of Florida Educator Accomplished
Practices and Teacher Competencies.
To provide students with educational, personal, and vocational counseling and to
identify and coordinate all available resources to empower students to reach full
(1) Master’s degree from an accredited educational institution.
(2) Florida certification in Guidance and counseling.
(3) Previous classroom teaching experience preferred.
(4) Must meet the No Child Left Behind Act regulations and requirements.
(5) Satisfactory criminal background check and drug screening.
Salary Information: Instructional Salary Schedule, 10 months with additional 10% for either extended day or extended year.