School Counsellor - Rabat

Enseignement - Secteur Enseignement / Formation

  • De 3 à 5 ans
  • 1 poste(s) sur Rabat et région - Maroc
  • Bac +3 Minimum

Organisation Besoin de réflexion Extraversion Respect des règles Recherche de nouveauté

  • CDI
  • Télétravail : Non
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Entreprise :

Khalil Gibran school is totally committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects the same from its employees and volunteers.

Our School is part of the Inspired Education Group. Inspired Education is the leading global group of premium schools, with a portfolio of over 100 premium private schools spanning six continents which utilise proven educational practices from every corner of the globe, ensuring over 80,000 students receive a world-class learning experience from Kindergarten to Year 13.

In addition, we are delighted to be recognised in the top 10 highest value private companies in the UK by Beauhurst. We offer you the chance to work/live in an exciting new location, collaborate with passionate educators, develop your skills, and grow in a role that inspires you.

Khalil Gibran School (KGSR) is a co-educational independent international school that delivers a premium British-style and Moroccan education to students aged 3-18 years through a broad and trilingual curriculum offering, underpinned by a wealth of opportunities and international best practice as a member of Inspired, the only global premium education group in Morocco.

The school environment is friendly and welcoming, and there is visible enjoyment of learning. Most importantly, our students are committed and aspirational. Licenced by the Ministry of Education in Morocco to offer the Morocco and Cambridge curricula, we have high expectations of our students throughout their educational journey. Our aim is to provide our graduating students with a passport to the best universities, colleges and careers around the world. 

Poste :

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To offer pupils individual and group counselling and support
  • To conduct individual and group assessment to evaluate pupils’ cognitive abilities and socialemotional needs
  • To work with a diverse range of issues including bereavement and loss, transition, eating disorders and self-harm, depression, anger management and erratic behaviour, abuse of any kind, anxiety and fears
  • To provide crisis intervention and support to pupils, families and staff in emergencies such as incident of violence, physical, psychological trauma or sudden adverse circumstances at school
  • To work closely with senior school counsellor in providing counselling for both senior and junior school students as well as to parents and teachers
  • To liaise and attend meetings with Learning Support departments
  • To provide consultation to staff whose role it is to support pupils in distress
  • To liaise with the Housemasters and Deputy Head on key pupil issues requiring further intervention/support
  • To network with personnel from other agencies with a view to easing referrals and accessing specialist consultants
  • To keep suitable case records on the counselling in a secure place
  • To attend regular supervision with a suitably qualified supervisor
  • To work in consultation with the School child protection policies and the DSL
  • To provide information on the counselling service, the role of the counsellor and the boundaries of confidentiality to pupils, staff and parents
  • To report back on a regular basis on numbers using the service and give a general overview of the types of problems with which the users of the service are presenting
  • To perform duties within the codes of practice and ethics recommended by the BACP, UKCP or equivalent organisation
  • To devise and, where appropriate, deliver a programme of training to support and develop the counselling service
  • To contribute to the Peer Listeners Scheme – Including supporting the Peer Mentors
  • To run drop-in session three morning a week
  • To run workshops for pupils, parents and staff
  • To lead themed assemblies to Senior School and Junior School
  • To run workshops with parents (online or offline) on key issues (once a term)
  • To review and evaluate the service
     

Profil recherché :

  • Minimum of 2 year’s post qualification experience
  • Minimum of 1 years’ experience of working with children and young people
  • Experience of facilitating groups
  • Experience of working as part of a multi-disciplinary team

Skills and Knowledge

  •  An understanding of the developmental, emotional, social and educational issues of children and young people
  • Knowledge of cognitivebehavioural, psychodynamic, play therapy and/or other techniques
  • Knowledge of assessment tools to evaluate pupils' cognitive abilities, academic achievement and social-emotional functioning

Adresse de notre siège :

4, Avenue Bir Kacem - soussi

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