COSSA •Southwest / Boise •Alternative Learning Environment •Secondary •Full Time •Posted 8M ago
About this job
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: The work schedule is to be established by the COSSA CEO andthe COSSA Board. Daily work schedule includes a minimum of eight (8) hours per day on-siteassignment (typically 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.). The employee/employment is at all times subject tothe rules, regulations, and policies of the Agency as have been promulgated by the COSSABoard of Trustees and each employee is held responsible for having knowledge of such rules,regulations, and policies.IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: COSSA CEOQUALIFICATIONS:1. Criminal history check and fingerprinting as required by the Agency.2. Certification as a Standard Secondary Teacher endorsed in a specific subject area applicable toCOSSA Academy3. Working knowledge of student management software (Powerschool) supervisory and officeprocedures.4. Working knowledge on software applications and technology use.5. Ability to relate to general public, teachers, administrators, board, and students.PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:1. School counselor - schedules &scheduling (see Registrar’s duties for details) - 4-, 6-, and 8-year plans -referrals to WIA - preventive and responsive counseling services - Summer School -National Clearinghouse data management - enrolling new students2. Testing Coordinator and Administrator (COMPASS, ASVAB, ISAT, SBAC, SAT)3. Tech Prep Coordinator4. Class Advisor (as assigned)
** Must have Counseling Certification or be working towards obtaining required certification.
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