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To complete applications go to www.ncpublicschools.org click on employment and licensure.
Questions? Please call or email Heidi Bedington in Personnel
Do not contact school principals.
Director of Human Resources Personnel/ Licensure Specialist
605 North Ashe Avenue
Newton, NC 28658
Newton, NC 28658
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Certified Staff Receive an Annual Local Supplement - 7%|
|EC - Adaptive Curriculum
|Must hold a NC Teaching License in EC-Adaptive Curriculum
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OPENED UNTIL FILLED
|Middle Grades Math/Science||
Must have a NC Teaching License in Middle Grades Math and Science
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Start Date: September 1, 2014
Full time - 10 month position
Reports to – Principal and Director of Counseling
Salary – In accordance with state and local teaching salary schedule
Requirement: valid NC School Counselor License
School Counselor Job Description and
A school counselor provides emotional, mental, and professional support to students, and guides them through steps to promote their positive behavior. A school counselor also helps all students develop skills in the areas of personal/social growth, educational planning, and career and vocational
Job Description and Responsibilities:
Duties and responsibilities of a school counselor include, but are not limited to:
A. Organizes the counseling program by assessing needs, setting goals, and formulating a plan of
action and program evaluation.
B. Initiates and coordinates school-wide guidance and counseling activities.
C. Manages time effectively and provides services on schedule.
D. Maintains an organized, functional, and up-to-date office/counseling center.
E. Seeks input from teachers and staff in making decisions about the school counseling program.
A. Demonstrates knowledge of counseling theories by selecting appropriate models and techniques for individual and group counseling.
B. Uses appropriate counseling processes and techniques for individual and group sessions to meet
developmental, preventive, and remedial needs of students.
C. Uses appropriate assessment and diagnostic procedures for determining and structuring
individual and group counseling services.
D. Follows up individual and group counseling to monitor student.
A. Demonstrates knowledge of consulting processes and techniques with students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
B. Assists parents and teachers in understanding and responding to developmental levels of students.
C. Presents instructional/informational programs to groups of students, parents, and teachers
(e.g., parent education programs, group guidance, teacher in-service).
D. Interprets achievement and aptitude test data to assist school staff with curriculum planning.
E. At the high school level, works with students to apply for post secondary education, apply for scholarships, and help appropriate students understand and go through the NCAA Clearinghouse.
A. Communicates effectively with students, parents, and staff.
B. Advocates for all students.
C. Assists teachers with the integration of guidance activities into the curriculum.
D. Shares appropriate information about students with school personnel, parents, and community
E. Makes appropriate referrals of students to school and community programs.
F. Assists with coordination of student services in the school.
G. Assists with coordination of the school’s annual testing program.
A. Interprets testing results and other student data accurately.
B. Conducts non-standardized educational assessment according to professional practices (e.g., classroom observation).
C. Uses standardized tests and inventories according to published practices and professional standards.
D. Assures that testing conditions and the administration of standardized tests in the school are
Professional Practices and Development:
A. Adheres to ethical standards of the counseling profession.
B. Helps with the supervision of students on the school campus.
C. Follows the laws, policies, and procedures which govern school programs.
D. Carries out other school duties assigned by the administration, provided these assignments do
not interfere with the counseling program and services to students.
E. Takes part in professional development activities to improve knowledge and skills.
|August 25, 2014|
|Classified Staff Receive an Annual Local Supplement - 3%|