Secondary School Counselor
Must hold a certificate issued by Arizona State Department of Education.
The certificate must be in School Counselor Certificate; PreK-12.
The certificate position area must be in Counselor/Guidance.
The certificate must be in one of the following grades: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th.
The certificate status must be active.
Assists other personnel for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities. Composes a wide variety of materials (e.g. quantity reports, student activities, correspondence, audits, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information. Coordinates with teachers, college and university personnel, resource specialists and/or community (e.g. service clubs, courts, child protective services, etc.) for the purpose of providing/receiving requested information and/or making recommendations. Counsels students, parents, and guardians for the purpose of enhancing student success in school. Develops a variety of special programs (e.g. career night, financial aid workshops, etc.) for the purpose of providing information to assist students in the successful transition from high school to career, training and/or continuing education. Monitors students' progress for the purpose of identifying issues and taking appropriate action for increasing student success. Prepares applications for students (e.g. scholarships, college, financial aid, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring completion of application processes within designated time frames. Presents information (e.g. budget overviews, accounting processes, distribution formulas, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, gaining feedback and ensuring adherence to established internal controls. Researches program eligibility requirements (e.g. financial aid, college eligibility, etc.) for the purpose of providing up to date, accurate counsel to students. Schedules student classes for the purpose of securing appropriate placement and meeting their graduation and college eligibility requirements. Supervises assigned programs (e.g. scholarships, peer counseling, special education, ESL, etc.) for the purpose of monitoring performance, providing for professional growth and achieving overall curriculum objectives.