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School Counselor Advisor 2

Harrisburg, PA 

Pennsylvania Department of Education


Provides leadership and expertise in the following areas: counseling, curriculum regulations, curriculum development, the Standards Aligned System (SAS), instructional strategies, and assessment as related to School Counseling.

Donna Stewart

333 Market Street

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101 


School Counselor

Wingate, PA

Bald Eagle Area Middle School/High School

Full-time School Counselor Vacancy - Grades 6-12

Immediate Opening

Please submit letter of interest, resume, PA Standard Application, all clearances to:


Dr. Joseph H. Clapper, Interim Superintendent

Bald Eagle Area School District

751 S. Eagle Valley Rd.

Wingate, PA  16823

School Counselor

Wingate, PA

Bald Eagle Area Middle School/High School

Full-time School Counselor Vacancy - Grades 6-12

Immediate Opening

Please submit letter of interest, resume, PA Standard Application, all clearances to:


Dr. Joseph H. Clapper, Interim Superintendent

Bald Eagle Area School District

751 S. Eagle Valley Rd.

Wingate, PA  16823

School Counselor -Junior/Senior High School

Bethel, PA

The Tulpehocken Area School District has an anticipated opening for a certified School Counselor at Tulpehocken Area Junior-Senior High School for the 2022-2023 School Year. The school counseling position is responsible for providing supports that help to meet the social, emotional and academic needs of all students. All interested candidates should possess a valid PA school counselor certification.  Required documents should be submitted on PA-Reap. 


Director of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access (IDEA)

Pittsburgh, PA

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) is preparing to recruit our first Director of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access (IDEA). As a community partner and friend to CLP, we are writing to ask for your assistance in helping us to spread the word about this position announcement. 


In 2018, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) unveiled a new Strategic Plan that was developed with a deep commitment to be more explicitly patron- and community-focused to address several key themes identified by our community as priorities for the Library.  One of those key themes was inclusion and equity.  


Inclusion, diversity, equity and access (IDEA) principles are core to the mission and values of the Library and have been integral in our work across the organization for many years. As we move forward with our IDEA efforts, we wish to prioritize the hiring of a senior level position that reflects Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s commitment to ensuring that our services, policies, processes and culture are fully aligned with IDEA principles.  


We have learned through discussions with other library systems, cultural institutions and local stakeholders that resources and support must be in place in order to position this role for organizational success. Defining the role, building systems and allocating financial resources to support this new position have been a priority for Library administration over the past several years. With the addition of Andrew Medlar, the Library’s newly appointed President & Director, the Library is now poised to move forward and announce this new senior level position.  


The Director of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access (IDEA), will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of strategies to align CLP services and practices with our stated mission, values and IDEA principles.  


This is a great opportunity to build something new and strong in an important community partner in a city that needs leadership in the area of EIB.  If you want to know more about Pittsburgh or CLP, feel free to reach out. 


High School Counselor

Myerstown, PA

The Eastern Lebanon County School District is now accepting applications for the position of High School Counselor. This position provides school counseling services to High School students, addressing their academics, career, and personal/social needs. Responsibilities include implementation of the District’s school counseling program, collaboration with all stakeholders, and participation on building level teams such as SAP, PBIS, and crisis intervention. The ability to develop positive relationships with students, families, and colleagues is essential. Additionally, the successful candidate will possess a strong work ethic, excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, collaboration skills, and organizational skills.

Applicants must possess a valid School Counselor (PreK-12) certification issued by the PA Department of Education.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Certification in:

    • School Counselor (PreK-12)

  • Minimum Requirements:

    • Current Act 34, 151 and 114

Application Process:

All applications are being accepted at, job#69847. When posting

information to PA REAP, please include a letter of interest, resume, the PDE Standard

application, official post-secondary transcripts, a copy of applicable PA certifications, and three current letters of recommendation.

All required clearances must be compliant with the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s mandated criteria for hire.

Questions may be directed to Mrs. Gloria Hill, Administrative Assistant to the

Superintendent/HR Coordinator, Eastern Lebanon County School District, 180 ELCO Drive, Myerstown, PA 17067, or email EOE

Application Deadline: The position will remain open until the appropriate candidate is



Anticipated Full time Primary School Counselor Position for 22/23 School Year at Chartiers Valley School District. Salary per CVFT


Guidance Counselor (School Guidance Counselor)

Gregg, PA


Justice, Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System

You can have a meaningful career with an agency that truly values a diverse workforce. You will find a diverse workforce employed from entry level jobs to senior management positions. We protect public safety by ensuring federal offenders serve their sentences of imprisonment in facilities that are safe, humane, and provide reentry programming. Employees at correctional facilities perform correctional work regardless of their specific occupation.



  • Implements a comprehensive counseling program for the education department.

  • Leads, advocates and collaborates with the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and outside agencies to promote equity and access to education for offenders.

  • Provides guidance and support to offenders to assist them in navigating and successfully completing the mandatory Literacy Program.

  • Creates and documents the progress of the offender’s counseling plan and provides assessment results analysis with summary to reflect the offender’s progress toward individual goals.

  • Provides a multitude of services to offenders both indirectly and directly and regularly assesses the counseling program itself to determine its effectiveness in helping offenders meet educational, career-technical, and reentry goals through utilization of the School Counseling Program Assessment tool and Bureau-based program review.

  • Along with all other correctional institution employees, incumbent is charged with responsibility for maintaining security of the institution. The staff correctional responsibilities precede all others required by this position and are performed on a regular and recurring basis.


School Counselor 

East Stroudsburg, PA

This School Counselor position will be available immediately.


Candidates must possess a valid Pennsylvania School Counselor certification.  The ideal candidate will have a thorough understanding of and empathy for students at the elementary school level as well as a sincere desire to work with them.  


Further qualifications include the following:


(1)   Knowledge of the PA standards with regards to emotional and physical well-being and safety for children in compliance with Act 126, Act 72, RTII, Chapter 339, and student assistance,

(2)   Experience/orientation for Special Education/IEP process and requirements,


(3)   Ability to creatively prepare, communicate, and present effective instructional strategies for academic planning, college preparation, vocational education, and crisis counseling with the understanding and empathy for students and the assigned level,


(4)  Strong technology background.


Completion of successful interview(s) required along with meeting all district requirements.


Please express your interest in this position by submitting your PA Standard Application including certificate, clearances, transcripts and 3 recommendations.  Applications and clearance forms may be downloaded off our employment website at  If you currently work for the District, please provide a letter of interest and current resume.


Applications or letters of interest/resume should be sent electronically to:

Or can be mailed to: 

                    Human Resources

                     East Stroudsburg Area School District

                     50 Vine Street

                     East Stroudsburg, PA  18301