The School Counsellor works closely with the school management in planning and implementing a school-wide counselling system. Your responsibilities will include:
• Providing direct counselling intervention to at-risk students
• Conducting case consultations to school personnel and parents
• Training teachers and parents on counselling-related issues
• Identifying, devising and delivering specialised group guidance programmes for at-risk students who need additional help in the area of social and emotional development, as evidenced by social, emotional and behavioural concerns presented by these students
You must have strong interpersonal and communication skills, and at least three years of full-time working experience. It would be useful if you have relevant experience in education, counselling and/or volunteer work involving children and youths. You should also have a university degree with a post-graduate Diploma/ Masters in Counselling or equivalent. Those without a degree, and with professional Counselling qualification and experience may also apply.
To apply, please visit Careers@Gov. We regret that incomplete application forms will not be considered and only short-listed applicants will be notified for interview.
Job Title: MOE School Counsellor