- The Guidance counsellor is expected to display empathy and sound decision-making with great organizational and motivational skills. She should be accessible, authentic and have a profound interest in helping students to attain their academic and career goals.
- Female Applicants only.
- The guidance counsellor is required to be
- An analytical thinker with strong problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills.
- A motivational leader who displays sound judgment and perceptive intuition
- Detail-oriented with excellent time-management and decision-making skills.
- Confident with excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
- Professional with a solid work ethic.
- Tech-savvy with good IT skills.
Guidance Counselor Responsibilities:
- Conduct individual and group counselling sessions to advise and assist students with academic and vocational development.
- Evaluate students’ attributes and assist them in realizing their objectives.
- Develop and implement counselling strategies with contemporary methods of mentoring.
- Identify behavioral problems and act appropriately to remedy the situation.
- Pay attention to societal and cultural differences in all student matters.
- Assess the development of students and highlight the sense of accomplishment.
- Complete evaluations, analyze results and provide purposeful feedback.
- Cooperate with parents, academic staff and external partners.
- Arrange and schedule orientation programs and internships.
- Advertise facilities and study programs to potential students.
- Implement and facilitate educational and training workshops for academic staff.
- Bachelor's degree in counselling or related (essential).
- 5 - 6 years of work experience as a counsellor in an academic environment.