Title IA Counselor – FACTS Education Solutions
Location: United States – Remote
The Title IA Counselor works part-time as a Title I Instructional Specialist (counselor) with students during the regular school day, before and after school, and in summer programs to provide instructional services in the areas of educational counseling, student support and curriculum development.
- Provide an engaging and safe environment that encourages student success in the areas of student counseling, academic counseling and personal counseling.
- Deliver supplemental instructional support through push-in and pull-out programs during the school day and/or after school.
- Implement supplemental programs in the areas of student support, educational/emotional programs, and support other instructional teachers, according to Title I regulations, and FACTS Education Solutions’ procedures, policies, and contract requirements.
- Analyze assessment data to create individualized learning paths and activities that supplement classroom instruction.
- Provide district, school leadership, parents, and classroom teachers with recommendations for personal growth, curricular and instructional modifications based on pre and post assessment data, student progress reports, and supporting compliance documentation as required.
- Establish strong parent involvement programs and relationships that encourage student participation and success.
- Collaborate and establish relationships with colleagues and administrators to create a strong partnership/school community.
- Manage counseling documentation and filing of records to the highest of standard.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Education preferred.
- Minimum 3 years of experience working in a classroom setting or comparable experience.
- Experience working with English Language Learners preferred.
COMPETENCIES – SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES:
- Passion for education, focusing on the success and achievements of students, parents, and fellow educators.
- Basic knowledge and understanding of federal programs, policies, and procedures.
- Exemplary skills monitoring, tracking, and evaluating data to assess program effectiveness.
- Technically savvy.
- Demonstrated ability to set priorities and achieve results.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team.
- Ability to develop positive professional relationships, internally and externally.
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