Provide case management for students on case load to include tracking and documenting progress of all students receiving services. Teach sections of COL 105 or other DVS courses as needed. Provide academic, career, and personal counseling for identified at-risk students to include interpretation of college placement tests, administration and interpretation of interest and personality inventories and use of computerized guidance systems including Key Train/Work Keys. Collect student data as requested by the DVS chair or Counseling Services staff using MTC’s Datatel student database or similar student database and survey instruments; present results for data collection to the Counseling Services staff and DVS Department Chair to assist in student retention. Communicate and coordinate with DVS faculty, particularly with regard to students identified through the Early Alert system, to address identified challenges and formulate strategies for success. Participate in regular Counseling & Career Services functions including covering walk-ins as assigned. Participate in professional development activities to include: (1) reading current literature on issues and trends in counseling an (2) attending workshops and in-service training to remain current in the fields of counseling and disability services. Additional duties as assigned.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
Master’s Degree; or Bachelor’s Degree two (2) years experience in student services programs. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social work or related field. Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC-I), or Licensed master Social Worker (LMSWS)
State of South Carolina - 23 months ago