IPG Grant Student Support Counselor or School Social Worker

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Start Date
08/10/2020

Description

Percent Employed:  100%
Months of Employment:  10
Position Type:  Continuing
Level of Benefits:  Full benefits
Reports to: School Principal
Salary: Paid on State Licensure and Experience

Job Goals:

  • Provide services focusing on the developmental, preventative, and remedial needs of school populations.
  • Provide counseling, consulting, and coordinating activities for educational, personal, social, emotional, and career development.
  • Empower students, families, and school personnel to access available opportunities and resources that develop each student’s potential.
  • Integrate into all major school functions such as home, school, community, diversity and cultural competence, dropout prevention and N. C. graduation standards.
  • Adhere to federal and state statutes, professional development and practices, School Social Work standards and/or School Counseling Standards, the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and/or the American School Counselor Association Ethical Standards for School Counselors.
  • Collaborate with instructional staff and administration to develop, implement, support and sustain experiential learning program.
Performance Responsibilities:
  • Provide services focusing on the developmental, preventative, and remedial needs of school populations.
  • Provide counseling, consulting, and coordinating activities for educational, personal, social, emotional, and career development.
  • Empower students, families, and school personnel to access available opportunities and resources that develop each student’s potential.
  • Integrate into all major school functions such as home, school, community, diversity and cultural competence, dropout prevention, and N. C. graduation standards.
  • Adhere to federal and state statutes, professional development and practices, School Social Work standards and/or School Counseling Standards, the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and/or the American School Counselor Association Ethical Standards for School Counselors.
  • Collaborate with instructional staff and administration to develop, implement, support, and sustain experiential learning programs.
  • Help plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate the school student services program. Maintain an organized, functional, and up-to-date office and/or counseling center.
  • Conducts, coordinates, or uses assessments and evaluations to develop appropriate interventions for students, families, schools, and communities.
  • Counsel students individually and in groups about their educational, personal, social, and career concerns with the intent of helping them reach their full potential.
  • Uses student, family, and school assessment results to identify needs that impact student learning.
  • Assist the classroom teacher with integrating guidance and character education into the curriculum by providing materials and resources, giving suggestions for integration with other curriculum areas, and presenting model activities to classes.  
Minimum Degree Level:  Master's Degree   Alternative Licensed Pathways: If you are offered a position with BCS, our licensure specialist can share information on the 1-year Emergency License and later work with you to convert this to a Residency License. Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree
  • 18 semester hours of relevant coursework
  • 2.7 GPA (undergraduate coursework or post-graduate coursework
  • Ability to produce an official, degree dated transcript from an accredited university
  • Former Lateral Entry license candidates are eligible to apply
Please email our licensure specialist, shonda.haynes@bcsemail.org, if you have any further questions.

Posted By

Buncombe County Schools

175 Bingham Road, Asheville, NC 28806-3800
 
Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$9,482 (USD)

State Average: $8,494 (USD)

% ELL Students

7%

State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio

15.09

State Average: 15.55

% IEP Students

15%

State Average: 13%

FTE

3,439

State Average: 565