School Counselor

By on February 1, 2013

Boston University Academy
Boston, Massachusetts
Salary:

Job ID:     10407
Position/Title:     School Counselor
Employer:     Boston University Academy
Department:
Category:     Administration
Type:     Guidance Counselor/School Therapist
Status:     FullTime

Employer Profile:
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Job Description/Responsibilities:
The School Counselor designs a proactive rather than reactive program to support the cognitive, psychosocial, and academic needs of all students at the Academy. The school counselor works with students in both individual and group settings to address a range of adolescent mental health and developmental issues, working closely with the Assistant Head of School. The school counselor has regular communication with parents as well as with community resources and programs.

Essential Functions:

- Collaborate with parents, faculty, and outside professions to support student success
- Provide one-on-one and group counseling for all students
- Oversee accommodations process for students with special needs
- Respond to crisis situations
- Implement ninth and tenth Grade Health and Sexuality Course
- Supervise Peer Advising program

Minimum Degree: Ed. M
Certification Required: No
Minimum Experience:     3-5 Years

Education and Experience:

- Master’s degree in School Psychology or School Counseling required. Advanced degree preferred
- 4 -5 years’ experience at an independent school, professional licensure, and an advanced degree preferred

Application Notes:
In your cover letter, please indicate that you learned of this job from nemnet.com.

Deadline:
Open Until Filled

Contact Info
All resumes and letters of interest can be sent to Alyssa Reisman, Administrative Manager alyssa_reisman@buacademy.org.

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