The Awty International School has an opening for a Secondary School Social Emotional Counselor (SEL). Awty is looking for a talented, experienced and passionate individual who will support the school’s purpose. At Awty, we seek to inspire learners through academic excellence, cultural diversity and multi-lingual fluency for a life of global impact.
This is a full-time position with principal duties and responsibilities in the secondary school with duties commencing ideally on July 1, 2020. The Counselor will collaborate with all colleagues engaged with student support services for the sake of students in both the French Program and the International Program.
Collaborate and meet regularly with Division Head
Liaise with Student Support Team
Attend a variety of school events
Participate in annual Awty Connects Week Experiential Education Program
Report to Head of Middle school, Student Support Coordinator
The salary is competitive. Benefits include medical insurance, dental plan, retirement contributions, disability and life insurance.
With a faculty of 239, Awty enrolls 1750+ students from 70 different countries. We are fully committed to a culturally diverse student body and faculty.
Direct inquiries to Tom Beuscher, Head of Middle School, email@example.com or at 713-328-5812.
MA or equivalent in counseling field, preferably psychology
Demonstrated and recognized experience as a secondary school counselor
Experience with developing and coordinating a school social emotional learning program
Social emotional learning program teaching experience
Ability to coordinate support and referrals for a variety of social emotional needs
Advanced degree with professional certification as a counselor (LPC, LCSW or LSSP)
Has an additional language – preferably Spanish or French
Internal Number: 1236
About The Awty International School
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