School Counselor (Bilingual in Spanish) at Orange County Educational Arts Academy | EDJOIN

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School Counselor (Bilingual in Spanish) at Orange County Educational Arts Academy

Job Information

Date Posted: 6/17/2021 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2021-22
Salary: Placement on the Certificated Salary Schedule Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Mike Limon Email: mlimon@oceaa.org
Phone: 714-558-2787 3020

Job Summary

Job Summary

Under direction of the School Director, develop MTSS behavioral and SEL programs, provide behavioral and educational counseling to individuals and small groups of students; assist students in understanding and seeking solutions to social, emotional, or academic problems and issues; serve as a resource to cultivate strategies to manage and improve student behavior, foster student motivation and manage emotions, address student welfare, encourage consistent attendance; and other related functions as required. KEY AREA/JOB FUNCTIONS: - Supporting a Positive, High Achieving Community Culture - Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) / Coordination of Services Team (COST) - Direct Services Provided to Students and Families General Education

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Email the following documents to rvargas@oceaa.org:
- Letter of Introduction
- Resume
- 3 Current Letters of Recommendation (within the last 3 years)
- Copy of Credentials
- Copy of Transcripts
- Completed Certificated OCEAA Application (available at http://www.oceaa.org/employment-empleo/)
*In addition to the above PDF attachments, please be sure to complete the required TargetSuccess Sketch, linked with this job posting, to be considered for an interview

Must have a:
-Current California Pupil Personnel Services Credential
-First Aid & CPR certification
-TB clearance



      Email the following documents to rvargas@oceaa.org:
      - Letter of Introduction
      - Resume
      - 3 Current Letters of Recommendation (within the last 3 years)
      - Copy of Credentials
      - Copy of Transcripts
      - Completed Certificated OCEAA Application (available at http://www.oceaa.org/employment-empleo/)
      *In addition to the above PDF attachments, please be sure to complete the required TargetSuccess Sketch, linked with this job posting, to be considered for an interview

      Must have a:
      -Current California Pupil Personnel Services Credential
      -First Aid & CPR certification
      -TB clearance

          Comments and Other Information

          Orange County Educational Arts Academy (“OCEAA”) is a TK-8 independent charter school specializing in Dual Language (90/10 model) immersion programming which serves over 600 students. Our mission at OCEAA is simple: to nurture all learners to become creative, critical thinkers by providing high quality standards-based instruction through the arts, technology, language and culture. We have a diverse population; approximately 70% of our students are low income, 50% are English Learners and 7% are Students with Disabilities. Grounded in our Habits of Character- integrity, compassion, courage, collaboration, and perseverance, OCEAA partners with EL Education as a national network school to create classrooms where students achieve content mastery in two languages and become active contributors in building a better world.

          Comments and Other Information


          Orange County Educational Arts Academy (“OCEAA”) is a TK-8 independent charter school specializing in Dual Language (90/10 model) immersion programming which serves over 600 students. Our mission at OCEAA is simple: to nurture all learners to become creative, critical thinkers by providing high quality standards-based instruction through the arts, technology, language and culture. We have a diverse population; approximately 70% of our students are low income, 50% are English Learners and 7% are Students with Disabilities. Grounded in our Habits of Character- integrity, compassion, courage, collaboration, and perseverance, OCEAA partners with EL Education as a national network school to create classrooms where students achieve content mastery in two languages and become active contributors in building a better world.

           


          Application Deadline

          Until Filled

          Date Posted

          6/17/2021

          Contact

          Mike Limon
          714-558-2787 3020

          Number of Openings

          1

          Salary

          Placement on the Certificated Salary Schedule

          Length of Work Year

          2021-22

          Employment Type

          Full Time