- 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 behavioural 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.
- rBachelor’s degree in counselling or related (essential).
2 years of work experience as a counsellor in an academic environment or an NGO.
Analytical thinker with strong problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills.
A motivational leader who displays sound judgment and attention to detail.
Detail-oriented with excellent time-management skills.
Confident interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Perceptive intuition and decision-making skills.
Remarkable professionalism and solid work ethic.
Intermediate IT skills.