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Career Academy Development-WEST

POSITION TITLE: College & Career Academy Development-Proviso West High School
DEPARTMENTS: Fine Arts
Biomedical Sciences & Engineering
Career and Technical Education
Liberal Arts
REPORTS TO: Building Principal
QUALIFICATIONS:
Required Experience or Training
Valid Illinois Professional Educator Licensure with Counseling Endorsement
Bachelor's Degree
Master's Degree
Experience working in High School Guidance Counseling, Career Planning or related experience
Knowledge/Skill:
Working knowledge of high school career planning and/or pathways
Ability to evaluate programs and program effectiveness
Ability to manage a human and financial resources
Ability to coordinate campus functions
Ability to interpret policy, procedures and data
Strong organizational, communication, public relations and interpersonal skills.
Desired Experience or Training
Prior experience conducting analysis of student data.
Teaching and/or work experience in the area or related fields.
Prior experience developing and/or teaching in career academies or smaller learning communities.
Duties and Responsibilities
Plan the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Career Academies to equip students to meet the learning standards and prepare them for the post-secondary options of their choice.
Work in collaboration with the College and Career Counselor to guide student progress in their career planning, to ensure each student graduates, secures scholarships, and transitions into postsecondary education or employment.
Helps to ensure high standards are met at job sites, internships, and job shadows.
Experience writing / developing curriculum.
Promotes the integration of college and career research and work-based learning opportunities in the development and maintenance of the Career Academies.
Represents Proviso West High School by participating in and/or facilitating presentations at local, regional, state, and national trainings, meetings, conferences, and other events.
Performs other related work as required.



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