Terms: 12 Months
Salary and Benefits: $115,000 and full benefits
A master's degree is required. The successful candidate must possess the Illinois Type 73 and 75 certificates. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Provides leadership in the areas of student guidance, social work services, and the social emotional welfare of students. Responsible for the supervision and evaluation of counselors and social workers, the substance abuse prevention program and personnel, and registrar services. Minimum caseload of students to be determined.
1. Leads, supervises and evaluates counselors, non-Special Education social workers, Substance Abuse and Prevention counselor, registrar and clerical personnel in these programs.
2. Develops and administers the student guidance and counseling program.
3. Assists in the development and implementation of the master schedule.
4. Assists the Principal with the supervision and evaluation of the school’s enrollment and course selection processes, student and book fees, and student orientation.
5. Leads, organizes, supervises, and evaluates the Community Support Services Office.
6. Provides leadership to the Pupil Support Services (PSS) Teams.
7. Leads, administers, supervises and evaluates the Registrar and Records Office.
8. Develops and publishes the School Profile.
9. Insures the maintenance, accuracy, and timely issuance of credits and transfer credits.
10. Insures District compliance with the Federal Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
11. Maintains effective working relationships with community agencies that provide social/emotional services to students and families.
12. Maintains effective working relationships with associate schools’ administrators, counselors, social workers, and other professionals as necessary.
13. Serves on the Administrative Collaboration Team (ACT) of the District.
14. Serves on the Building Leadership Team (BLT).
15. Performs other such duties as assigned by the Principal.
No unusual physical or visual demands.
Responsibilities are conducted in a single high school district with standard office conditions. Offices may be with or without windows.
The compensation and benefits package for this position will be highly competitive for the Chicago suburban area. Interested candidates must complete the on-line application and upload a formal letter of interest, current resume, unofficial transcripts, certification and three letters of recommendation.
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OPRFHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks applications from underrepresented individuals.