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2024-25 Counselor- Werner Elementary School

Information specific to this position: Friday's only. 


Percentage: 20%


Work calendar days: 188


Duration of position: One Year Only 


Benefits include: PERA retirement, paid time off, short and long term disability



Responsible for supporting students in the areas of academic success, career and college readiness, and social/emotional development; serving as a resource for students, families, staff, and community; and delivering services within the framework of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Mindsets and Behaviors for Student Success.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



1. Plan, organize, and deliver a data-driven, comprehensive, and developmentally appropriate school counseling program to all students based on the ASCA National Model.

 2. Provide: 

a. Individual and small group counseling services that support academic, career, and social/emotional development. 

b. Classroom guidance lessons centered on the ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors for Student Success: K-12 College and Career-Readiness Standards for Every Student 

3. Respond to student crisis situations and report or refer to appropriate professionals or agencies. 

4. Support student transitional activities including registration and grade level transitions. 

5. Assist students and families with educational and/or career planning. 

6. Provide: 

a. Growth opportunities for staff and families. 

b. Leadership and expertise in creating a positive school culture and climate that integrates diverse backgrounds, strengths, and needs. 

7. Facilitate problem-solving skills and conflict resolution. 

8. Understand and use current job-related technology. 

9. Collaborate: 

a. With administrators, parents/guardians, staff, and community partners regarding student needs and concerns. 

b. With administrators, parents/guardians, staff, and students to develop and implement academic and/or behavior plans and interventions. 

10. Demonstrate a commitment to: 

a. Understand, appreciate, and make accommodations for student diversity. 

b. Include and engage families in the student’s education. 

c. Support all Poudre School District policies, procedures, and expectations. 

d. Provide personal and professional excellence. 

11. Participate in: 

a. Department, team, building, and district meetings and discussions. 

b. Student and/or family conferences and other meetings. 

c. Social, cultural, interscholastic, and extracurricular activities. 

d. Professional growth opportunities. 

12. Attend work and arrive in a timely manner. 

13. Perform other duties as assigned.



  • Master’s degree in School Counseling or related field and special service provider licensure program required.  
  • Experience working with students in a school setting required.  
  • Experience counseling students in a school setting preferred.

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