Student Support Services Liaison (Middle and Upper Schools)
The mission of The Bryn Mawr School Student Services Department is to advocate, collaborate and facilitate student success and wellness. We support the academic, behavioral and social emotional health and well-being of all students through individual small group and school wide programming. We are looking for a liaison with counseling and support experience.
Role: To provide academic and social-emotional support to students in order to help them develop a strong sense of self-confidence, self-awareness, social-awareness and self-regulation as well as strengthen academic, executive functioning, and social skills in order to be successful in school and beyond. Candidates applying for LCPC are able to acquire supervision hours in this role free of charge.
This is an at-will temporary, part-time (non benefits eligible), 10 month position for the 21-22 school year. The pay rate is $20 - $26 per hour.Hours:
- Interact with students and adults in a calm, respectful, and positive manner
- Consistently implement the school’s commitments, and values
- Observe students to determine if adult assistance is needed
- Facilitate/support small instructional groups/intervention as well as enrichment or project-based groups, integrating mindfulness and social skills, under the guidance of Learning Specialist and Counselors within each division.
- Facilitate conflict resolution/restorative practices support when needed
- Assist school counselor in facilitating conversations with students around topics that encompass Learning Differences, DEI, and Mental Health.
- Assist school counselor in providing professional development for faculty around topics that encompass Learning Differences, DEI and Mental Health.
- Support students in crisis in partnership with School Counselor
- Provide supervision, structure, and strategies/activities for engagement
- Provide resources for parents through multiple platforms as needed.
- Support students in demonstrating and strengthening organizational skills.
- Support with virtual interventions as needed
- Consistently use professional verbal and written communication skills
- Collaborate with Student Support Services team, faculty and Administration
- Maintain focus on student safety, engagement, and well being
- Model presence and professionalism
- Additional duties as requested
24 hours per week Qualifications:
Masters Degree (in Human Service or Counseling Field) required, LGPC and counseling experience working with children are preferable.
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply and will be welcomed into a community that celebrates the uniqueness in each faculty member and student.
Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and the contact information for three references to Director of Student Support Services, Farah Evans at email@example.com
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