Salary Range: Professional Position; $30,000
Provide comprehensive intake, assessment, coordination of services to families,
and support and tutoring for students in grades K-12 who
qualify under Title VII and Title X (American Indian and McKinney-Vento Act) and
specifically provide activities to meet the academic, personal and social needs
of assigned students, consult and coordinate with teachers, staff and
parents to enhance their effectiveness in helping students; and provide support
to other instructional programs. This is
a 9-month position that requires some summer work on a flexible schedule.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND
Other duties may be assigned.
- Follow District protocol for American
- Follow District protocol for homeless
- Evaluate and revise the District
protocol for Title VII and Title X.
- Provide intake for and assessment of
students who may qualify for these programs.
- Assist students with personal or school
problems; refer more severe problems to<s> </s>appropriate school and
- Communicate regularly with parents,
teachers, and administrative staff.
- Create and implement programs to engage
students and promote academic and social success.
- Provide individual
counseling and group guidance to help students cope effectively with personal, social,
academic, career, and family concerns.
- Update and maintain
confidential student records, including cumulative transcripts and student
- Establish collaborative
relationships with resource providers.
- Collaboratively develop
strategic plan for on-going services to youth who qualify for these
- Participate in a
community community task forces/committees.
- Implement intake
instrument and protocol.
- Conduct program
- Consult with teachers, staff and parents
regarding the developmental needs of students.
- When appropriate, participate in Student
Assistance Process for assigned students.
- Responds to crisis situations when
- Provide assistance to teachers in using
instructional best practices, especially learning styles, academic
interventions and accommodations.
- Provide direct tutoring
support to students.
- Initiate and write grants to support
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
- School Counseling
License or MA degree in school counseling with counselor endorsement preferred
- K-12 tutoring experience
- Experience with
American Indian or homeless populations preferred
to read, analyze, and interpret test results/assessment information,
professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business
correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability
to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of
students, parents, school staff and the general public.
to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in
situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of
instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional program;
ability to plan and implement lessons based the needs and abilities of students
to whom assigned. Ability to establish
and maintain effective relationships with students, peers and parents; skill in
oral and written communication.
Ability to perform duties with awareness of all
district requirements and Board of Trustee policies.