High School Counselor (Oahu Campus)
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Hawaii Technology Academy, a public charter school, seeks a Grade 9-12 School Counselor for our Oahu campus for SY 2022-2023. We seek passionate, empathetic, energetic individuals who love learning and who love collaborating and thinking creatively to support students and colleagues. The School Counselor works as part of the school counseling team, collaborating with the island-specific advisors, assistant directors, special education department and district-level School-Based Behavioral Health team.
School Counselor Qualifications:
Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology or Education
Genuine conviction that all students can learn and will be an integral part of our institution
Experience with SPED, 504 plans and ELL
Experience working with at-risk students
Enthusiasm for collaborating with other teachers and school administration to best meet student needs
Familiarity with the eligibility categories under IDEA (both high- and low-incidence disabilities) and section 504
Experience with data collection
Experience leading Student Success Teams
Knowledge of RTI and the role of interventions within the student support process
Experience creating student behavioral and academic support plans that contain objective, measurable goals
Committed to working as part of a team to cultivate a positive and healthy school culture
Preferred School Counselor Qualifications:
Three or more years experience working at the middle school level or high school level
Experience working with ECSSS and the Hawaii Department of Education
Hawaii certification in School Counseling
Experience with Hawaii alternative education programs, DOE graduation requirements and college and career counseling
Knowledge of and experience with Restorative Justice practices
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Manage middle school and high school course plans and credits
Coordinate team meetings and transition for high school students interested in pursuing alternative education
Develop and implement research-based social emotional learning curriculum through advisory and classroom lessons
Personalize students’ learning environment by providing individualized academic, career and social emotional support plans based on student needs
Offer counseling groups based on student needs (grief, study skills, organization, anxiety, depression, anger management, etc.)
Offer individual counseling for students based upon IEP, 504 or individual student plans.
Review school data and assessments to develop academic support plans for students.
Coordinate counseling services for students with IEP and 504 plans and document all services delivered in ECSSS
Serve as Care Coordinator for 504 students, developing and conducting 504 annual reviews as well as initial 504 evaluations and three-year reevaluations
Help guide Advisory group work, which includes frequent, scheduled conversations with students and parents to support student success, health, happiness, and intellectual safety
Implement classroom, school, and behavior management strategies and develop Intervention Plans as necessary that address individual student needs and are aligned with individual HTA’s philosophy of Restorative Justice
Assist with relevant data collection to monitor behavioral progress for students with emotional behavioral needs
Work closely with Student Services Coordinator to participate in core/SST meetings and monitor progress for students that are referred for 504/IDEA evaluations
Manage high school course selection and assist with scheduling for new and returning students
Design and facilitate learning coach groups based upon community needs
Assist with new and returning student orientation, learning coach training and start-of-school-year transition
Work closely with the counseling team and school administration to support student needs
Solve problems creatively during the school day and adapt as new needs arise
Model effective practices and strategies for fellow faculty members
Collaborate with local organizations, complex areas and communities to bring in outside expertise to introduce students to real-world issues.
Potentially manage school service, independent study and internship programs for high school students
The school counselor is a 12-month HSTA position. Salary is commensurate with experience according to the HSTA salary schedule.
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