Full-Time Student Services Coordinator/Counselor | CHS
Duties and Responsibilities
Student Services Coordinator/Counselor of the NWF State College Collegiate High School is a full-time position under the supervision of the Assistant Principal of the Collegiate High School.
The individual filling this position is expected to play a positive leadership role in helping NWFSC and the Collegiate High School support students and effectively manage change.
- Coordinates and implements counseling/academic advising for the Collegiate High School including:
- Course and program advising (high school and college)
- Class schedule development
- Career counseling
- Adjustment counseling
- Review and analysis of student placement tests and other assessment activities
- Represent the Collegiate High School on the Academic Advising Network
- Writes recommendations for placement beyond Collegiate High School
- Coordinates and implements related enrollment services functions for the Collegiate High School including:
- Admission and registration of students
- Maintenance of student records
- Review of records for graduation requirements (high school and college)
- Coordination of Collegiate High School Bright Futures program
- Processing and monitoring student add/drops and withdrawals.
- Coordinates and schedules student-led and parent-teacher conferences
- Coordinates and administers the Collegiate High School testing and assessment activities, including PERT, EOC’s, ACT, SAT, PSAT, and other assessments.
- Serves as the mental health liaison with the mental health counselor and keeps the administrative team abreast of all mental health concerns.
- Serves on the Threat Assessment Team at CHS
- Plans and coordinates the annual awards ceremony and high school graduation.
- Works harmoniously and collaboratively with other high school and college faculty and staff to assure students’ success.
- Ensures professional, timely communication and correspondence with CHS faculty/staff, students, and parents.
- Participates in reflective practices and applies feedback from supervisors.
- Stays current on and follows all Collegiate High School policies and procedures and assists in the annual review of school handbook, website, and correspondence materials to ensure information remains current, relevant, and accessible.
- Attends, assists, supports, plans, and helps execute events and activities outside of the school day to include, but not limited to open house, prom, showcase, senior activities, award ceremonies, convocation, high school and college graduations, and recruitment activities in the community.
- Attends and actively participates in faculty meetings, mandated trainings, and professional development opportunities.
- Seeks out and participates in professional development and continuing education activities to maintain and build skills and knowledge related to student success, to include QEP and CITL events.
- Serves as an advocate and positive representative in the community for the Collegiate High School mission and the students.
- Serves as a member of the Exceptional Student Education (ESE) team to serve ESE students and parents with placement and support. Provide direct or indirect service to identify ESE students as recommended by the Individual Education Plans.
- Participates in and complies with all mandatory and directed safety practices, drills, and trainings.
- Completes assigned tasks, and duties by due dates.
- As a part of the college’s risk management tool, completes annual mandatory compliance training.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- College paid health insurance for employee, dependent coverage at employee’s expense
- College paid basic life insurance for employee, additional coverage for employee and/or dependents at employee’s expense.
- College paid retirement with 3% employee contribution to the Florida Retirement System (FRS)
- Optional dental and vision insurance at employee’s expense
- Sick Leave accrual
- Time off for designated holidays, winter break, and spring break
- Free tickets to designated Mattie Kelly Arts Center and Raider Athletic events.
- Master’s degree in counseling, student personnel services, guidance, or a master’s degree in a related field required.
- Minimum two years’ work experience in an educational setting
- High school or community college counseling experience required.
- Demonstrated excellence in written and oral communication.
- Experience with Florida high school graduation and testing requirements
- Experience with Exceptional Student Education (ESE)
How to ApplyPlease provide a complete application package that includes all the following:
- NWFSC Application.
- A cover letter explaining why you consider yourself qualified for this position.
- Copies of unofficial transcripts.
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