WKDHS - Guidance
Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education
Terms and conditions of employment, including wages, are in accordance with the Nova Scotia Teachers' Provincial Agreement.
Posting Closes at Midnight, July 28th
A professional guidance counsellor has a significant role to play in the design and delivery of the Comprehensive School Guidance Counselling Program. The guidance counsellor must be a licensed teacher with a graduate degree in counselling. The guidance counsellor must demonstrate competencies in the areas of knowledge, skill and attitude for Comprehensive Guidance and Counselling.
- A valid Nova Scotia Teachers License;
- Has five (5) years of appropriate teaching experience;
- Has a Masters of Education Degree in Counselling from an accredited university including a school based practicum.
Provide 3 professional/supervisory, work-related references, their phone # and their email addresses in your SuccessFactors application. References must be able to speak to an applicant’s teaching abilities. AVRCE will require referees to provide reference checks before noon on June 30.