Counselor (Spencer Elementary School) job vacancy in Roane County Board of Education – Jobs in West Virginia

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Job Details
Company Name : Roane County Board of Education
Company Location : Spencer, WV 25276
Job Position : Counselor (Spencer Elementary School)
Job Category : Jobs in West Virginia

Job Description :

This is a continuous posting of a known vacancy currently filled by a long-term substitute teacher.

This posting will be reviewed weekly to determine if any qualified candidates have been identified but will otherwise remain and may be extended as needed.

  • Applications due
  • November 30, 2022 at 3:00 pm
  • Supervisor
  • Principal, Spencer Elementary School
  • Endorsement(s)
  • Counselor (PK-Adult)
  • Contract length
  • 200 days
  • Compensation
  • Salary based on experience and education level per Roane County salary schedule. Expected range: $33,838 – $64,637.
  • Health and basic life insurance provided through West Virginia’s Public Employees Insurance Agency. Health insurance premiums, which vary by plan and coverage level, split 80/20 between employer and employee. Basic life insurance provided at no cost to the employee.
  • Position requires enrollment in the Teachers Retirement System through West Virginia Consolidated Public Retirement Board. New enrollees contribute 6% of gross salary with a matching contribution by the Board of 7.5%. Vestment requires 10 years of qualified service. Withdraw of employee contributions available upon leaving employment with a WV county board of education if deisred.
  • 15 annual days of personal leave provided, pro-rated for those hired after the start of the current employment term. Up to 4 days may be used each school year without cause pursuant to state and local policies.
  • Pro-rated local attendance incentive (up to $500) provided for those who use fewer than 6 days of personal leave each school year.
  • State attendance incentive ($500) provided for those who use 4 or fewer days of personal leave each school year.
  • Additional benefits at the employee’s expense.
  • Qualifications
  • Master’s Degree in School Counseling
  • At least three years successful teaching experience preferred
  • Professional Student Support Certificate endorsed for School Counselor
  • Demonstrated skills in human relations
  • Knowledge and experience in working with WVEIS
  • Must be able to articulate to a wide range of individuals the program, as well as show the results of the counseling program
  • Must have excellent organizational skills
  • Must demonstrate a dynamic evaluation process on school needs and outcomes
  • Responsibilities
  • Plans, prepares and implements new guidance programs or facilitates change in existing programs
  • Identifies needs of students and others and develops action plans based on assessment in preparation for implementation of new programs or facilitation of change in existing programs
  • Organizes, directs, or coordinates programs that include responsibility for budgeting, staffing, reporting and other similar activities in regard to the guidance program
  • Gathers and interprets data from individuals, groups, or programs to assess needs and programs
  • Delivers services to students and others to improve skills/functional abilities or inform recipients of available services
  • Assists teachers and principals with students who have problems in a number of areas such as discipline, academics, or personal problems, and students who have various exceptionalities
  • Counselors shall spend at least 75 percent of the work day in a direct counseling relationship with students, and shall devote no more than 25 percent of the work day to counseling-related administrative activities as stated in W.Va. Code §18 5 18b and Policy 2315
  • Identifies “at risk” students and works toward implementation of strategies to promote graduation
  • Administers and interprets any special tests related to counseling (i.e. self-concept scales, interest inventories, vocational assessments, etc.)
  • Uses guidance techniques to assist the pupil in making educational and/or career plans
  • Collaborates with school personnel, parents and the community to assist with and coordinate the delivery of services to students
  • Facilitates professional development activities to achieve goals
  • Develops and improves individual competence and skill in delivering services consistent with professional standards
  • Demonstrates competency and knowledge in the implementation of technology standards identified by the West Virginia Board of Education policies which are based on the ISTE Standards
  • Other duties and responsibilities as may be reasonably assigned by the Principal, Director of Student Support Services, and/or the Superintendent

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