Ivy Preparatory Academy
We go beyond math, science, and language arts. Our rigorous curriculum and after school activities expose scholars to a host of academic and social avenues, including coding, public speaking, foreign language, college-career readiness tours, physical education, music, dance, step, cheerleading and more.
We are now hiring for the 2020-2021 school year here at Ivy Preparatory Academy!
Are you interested in becoming a teacher at one of the most unique all girl charter schools in the state of Georgia? If so, please check out Ivy Preparatory Academy. We pride ourselves on providing quality rigorous instruction in a single gender environment. Recently, there have been many national and international endorsements advocating for the creation of more single-gender schools and classrooms.
The School Counselor helps develop, manage, and deliver a comprehensive school counseling program for K-8 scholars, to consult with and assist teachers, parents, and staff to enhance their effectiveness in helping scholars; to protect the confidentiality of scholar records; and to provide appropriate support to educational and social emotional learning programs. Counselors also collaborate with the school leadership team to ensure the implementation of a successful program.
- Plan a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of scholars
- Assist all scholars, individually or in groups, with developing academic and personal/social skills, goals, and plans
- Assist scholars with high school placement and college and career exploration
- Provide information and/or support to parents as needed or requested
- Assist leadership team, teachers, and parents regarding the scholar’s educational needs
- Support new scholars to the school through orientation activities
- Participate in the intervention team process or school support team
- Provide individual and group counseling to scholars with identified concerns and needs
- Implement an effective counseling referral and follow-up process
- Accurately and appropriately use assessment procedures for determining and structuring individual and group counseling services
- Monitor scholar academic performance, behavior, and attendance and assists with appropriate interventions
- Consult with parents, staff members, and community agencies regarding strategies to help scholars
- Refer scholars and their families to special programs, specialists, and community agencies when appropriate
- Counsel and support scholars and their families facing emergency situations and make appropriate outside referrals
- Plan and evaluate the counseling program
- Promote a positive working relationship with scholars, staff, and members of the community
- Develop and maintain a library of pertinent information available to scholars, parents, and staff
- Work with Department of Student Life & Leadership to coordinate scholar recognition programs, leadership activities, assemblies, parent workshops, and school-wide scholar events
REQUIRED SKILLS ABILITIES:
- Must be able to effectively communicate with both public and school personnel; extensive communication (verbal and written) with scholars, staff and internal/external stakeholders is required
- Will be responsible for managing behavior of victims, witnesses, and others when handling or responding to incidents. Requires the use of sound judgment.
- Knowledge of SEL
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Georgia Educators Certification required
- Masters in School Counseling required
- Minimum 2 years of school-based work experience required
- Assessment Management experience preferred
How to Apply
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