Life Skills High Schools operate centers in Ohio, Arizona and Colorado and offers an alternative high school education to students between the ages of 16 - 21. Class hours and curriculum are designed to be flexible enough to fit each individual's needs. In addition to computer based learning and highly qualified teachers available for one-on-one attention, Life Skills High Schools assist students outside of the classroom with job placement and counseling for higher education.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social service or related field with license (LSW, LPC, LISW, etc.) or license eligible; must hold or be eligible for an Ohio substitute teaching license; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management, staff, and business contacts as required; exhibit flexibility with regard to workload and priorities and exhibit effective organizational/administrative skills; satisfactory completion of state required criminal history check and health tests; meet education standards as applicable; and physical ability to lift up to 25 pounds
To assist the building Administrator by working with students in need of basic counseling and/or social service agency referrals in conformity with the philosophy and policies adopted by White Hat Management, the rules of the governing Board, State Board of Education, the provisions of law, directives of the building Administrator and sound administrative practice.
Areas of Responsibility:
Work with all students referred for discipline, non-discipline, and academic needs, and determine best service outcomes for each.
This is a part time position.