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The Student Services/Prevention and Wellness team in the Division for Learning Support is seeking applicants for an Education Consultant position specializing in school counseling. This position will lead the discipline of school counseling and activities within the department and provide consultation and technical assistance to schools and districts throughout Wisconsin. Team members enjoy working with smart, talented, passionate people who are committed to closing opportunity gaps and ensuring a high quality education for all students. If this sounds like work you would like to do, then please apply for our Education Consultant position located in our Madison office (125 S. Webster St.).
This position will provide expert leadership, consultation and technical assistance to schools and districts, state, regional, and local agencies, parents and interest groups regarding comprehensive school counseling programs, collaborative pupil services, Equitable Multi-Level Systems of Support (EMLSS), suicide prevention programs and alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) prevention programs. Responsibilities also include being the department's liaison to other units within the department relative to career and technical education. This position will also assume responsibility for special assignments in concert with the mission and goals of the agency, division and team.
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to an offer of hire.
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., without DPI sponsorship). The Department of Public Instruction does not sponsor visas, either at time of hire or at any later time.
Please address the following in your resume and/or cover letter.
A minimally qualified applicant must have experience:
• Providing consultation and technical assistance to Pk-12 schools/districts on comprehensive school counseling programs (i.e., personal, social and emotional, academic and career development, etc.);
• Developing or conducting workshops/conferences;
• Assisting in the development or implementation of rules/standards/policies for credentialing of school counseling personnel; and
• Assisting Pk-12 schools/districts in implementing federal/state/local school policy related to comprehensive school counseling services.
Well qualified candidates will also have experience: implementing or evaluating a school-based suicide prevention program; and/or, implementing an EMLSS; and/or, implementing or evaluating a school-based AODA prevention program.
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