4401 Old Airport Road 704-786-6191
PO Box 388 704-262-6161 fax
Concord NC 28026-0388
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ANNOUNCEMENT: School Counselor
EMPLOYMENT: Ten Months
SALARY GRADE: North Carolina Teachers' Salary Schedule
Local Teachers' Supplement
QUALIFICATIONS: North Carolina Standard Professional II License (K-12) - Level M.
Professional School Counseling License (NC DPI)
AND DUTIES: Through leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, school
counselors promote student success, provide preventive services,
and respond to identified student needs by implementing a
comprehensive school counseling program addressing academic,
career, and social/emotional development for all students.
The major functions of the school counselor job description
incorporate the North Carolina State Board of Education's guiding
mission that every public school student will graduate from high
school globally competitive for work and postsecondary education
and prepared for life in the twenty-first century.
Essential Functions: (These duties represent a sample and may
vary by position.)
Develops and manages a comprehensive school counseling
program based on the NC Comprehensive School
Counseling Standard Course of Study and current
individual school data to meet student needs
Counsels with students individually and in small groups for
specifically identified needs as endorsed by recognized
Counsels with parents individually and in small groups.
Prepares and presents sessions regarding personal growth,
school adjustment, career development, self-concept,
attendance and related matters.
Provides scheduled and spontaneous discussions with
teachers, administrators, parents and outside agency
Advocates for students, parents, and staff.
Responds to and stabilizes crisis situations on an individual
and school-wide basis.
Implements Cabarrus County's Bullying and Harassment
Policy and Procedure.
Implements Cabarrus County's Attendance Policy.
Consults and collaborates with other student support
service personnel (nurse, school resource officer, social
Actively participates in the school MTSS process to assist
at-risk and underachieving student populations.
Coordinates 504 and Homebound services where
Analyzes and interprets student academic data (EOG, EOC,
Serves as a liaison for community agencies.
Coordinates student transitions into new schools.
Participates in and leads professional development
Provides classroom group guidance sessions.
PROCEDURE: Apply online through the CCS website using Applitrack.
PROCESS: Once applications are received and screened, applicants will be
notified if an interview is desired. All documents related to
experience are to be uploaded to the Applitrack application.
Personal and drop-in requests for interviews, unfortunately, cannot
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN CABARRUS COUNTY SCHOOLS!