School Counselor - High School

Job Type

Part Time Contract


Details: Compensation based on experience



Start Date:


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150 N San Pedro Rd
San Rafael
United States


Position:              School Counselor 

Reports to:          Assistant Head of School

Position Status: 3 Days a Week, August through December 2018


The Marin School, an independent college-preparatory high school in San Rafael, California, seeks a part-time School Counselor for Fall Semester 2018 (3 days per week) to job share a position. In collaboration with the school’s Director of Counseling and Social-Emotional Learning, the School Counselor will support social and emotional learning for grades 9-12 on campus three days a week. The Director of Counseling and Social-Emotional Learning will work on campus the other two days of the week.

The School Counselor’s responsibilities include:

Counsel TMS Students

  • Offer individual and group counseling
  • Provide crisis counseling
  • Refer students to outside resources as needed
  • Provide case coordination with outside resources

Counsel TMS Parents

  • Consult with parents
  • Refer parents to outside resources
  • Offer brief parent-child counseling

Counsel TMS Faculty and Staff

  • Provide leadership to faculty and staff around student concerns/crises, social emotional learning needs, and campus climate issues.

Social-Emotional Learning Responsibilities

·        Assist with planning of and teaching of daily social-emotional learning class for freshmen students in the fall semester


Other Duties and Responsibilities

·       Provide professional development programs on mental health and social-emotional issues having an impact upon the school community

·        Uphold legal and ethical obligations as determined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences

·        Carry professional liability insurance as licensed marriage and family therapist

·        Other duties as assigned by the Head of School


  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist preferred.
  • Must have at least three (3) years of direct experience with adolescents and families.
  • Previous experience as a counselor and/or teacher in an independent school preferred.
  • Familiarity with Bay Area resources/referrals necessary.
  • Carry professional liability insurance as licensed marriage and family therapist.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Please send cover letter, resume, and contact information for four references to EEO. No calls please.