Job Opportunities

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Monroe Career & Technical Institute

GUIDANCE COUNSELOR:  Position available for the start of the 2017-2018 school year.  Candidate must hold a Master’s Degree and PA Guidance Counselor Certificate.   

Candidate must possess excellent communication skills in order to meet individually with parents, students, school personnel, as well as make presentations to a variety of groups. PA Clearances required:  State Police, Child Abuse, FBI, PDE-6004.  Current valid driver’s license.  Preferred experience in career and technical education. 

Obtain Standard PA Teaching Application at  and submit with letter of interest and resume by May 26, 2017 or until position is filled, to:  Mrs. Debra Schuler, Executive Secretary, Monroe Career & Technical Institute, 194 Laurel Lake Road, Bartonsville, PA  18321   Fax:  570-629-9698  

Phone call only if you cannot obtain the application from our website.  570-629-2001 x 1105


Montgomery Area School District

The Montgomery Area School District will have the following positions open for the 2017-2018 School year:

Long-Term Substitute, Elementary Guidance Counselor


Please send Cover Letter, Resume, Standard Teaching Application, 3 letters of reference, Copies of Clearances and Certifications to:

Daphne Bowers, Superintendent

Montgomery Area School District

120 Penn Street

Montgomery, PA  17752. 

Deadline for applications is June 9, 2017.  EOE


Camp Hill School District

Anticipated College and Career Counselor - PA certification required. Primary responsibilities include oversight of K-12 Career Education, increasing awareness of post-secondary education/training choices, and serving as liaison between the school and the workplace.  

Send letter of interest, resume, PA standard application, certificate, three reference letters, clearances (Act's 34, 114, 151, PDE 6004) and Act 168 applicant release forms to:

Leslee DeLong, MS Principal
2401 Chestnut Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011

Deadline for applications: May 19, 2017



Oley Valley High School

High School Guidance Counselor:  Oley Valley High School is currently seeking a full-time contracted position for the 2017-2018 school year.  PA certification in Secondary School Counseling required.  

Send letter of interest, resume, PA Standard Application, three current reference letters, transcripts, copy of PA professional certificate and Act 24 Form PDE-6004, Act 34 PSP Criminal Record Check, Act 114 FBI Criminal History Check and Act 151 Child Abuse clearances:  Oley Valley School District, Attention:  Michael Stauffer, High School Principal, Oley Valley High School, 17 Jefferson Street, Oley, PA 19547.

Email credential file to:

Position open until filled.



The College Board is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Associate Director, Counselor Relationship Management. Apply by visiting: or using the following link

Associate Director, Counselor Relationship Management – Western PA

The Associate Director is responsible for initiatives that support School Counselors within targeted areas in support of College Board services.  The Associate Director will develop deep and meaningful relationships with members of the Counseling community in order to deliver opportunities to all students.  

This is a term position through December 31, 2018. Candidates who live near or are able to commute to Western PA regularly are encouraged to apply.


  • Collaborate with state/territory counselor relationship management team members to drive a thoughtful, integrated and effective set of strategies to build positive, meaningful and supportive relationships with counselors. 
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive list of counselor needs, priorities and issues for the  assigned state/territory within the region.
  • Partner with assessment program and SDP colleagues to develop a deep understanding of College Board assessments and related operational tools and resources; proactively support counselors with program and operational changes, in collaboration with program staff.
  • Collaborate with Communications and Marketing to inform outreach to counselors, sharing direct feedback from the market to optimize our efforts.
  • Foster strong relationships with counselors through direct, in person outreach. 
  • Proactively communicate about College Board assessments and related tools and resources and deliver a high level service to meet the broad needs of counselors, including operational      information, trouble shooting and resolving key issues, delivering      presentations, etc. 
  • Develop interim performance measures and day-to-day tracking tools and resources to manage team      performance and progress.  Provide regular reporting and updates to key internal stakeholders to share progress and key learnings.
  • Plan and conduct comprehensive and /or customized workshops and presentations for counselors, in the assigned state/territory.
  • Design and execute targeted strategies to meet program/initiative goals
  • Collaborate with SDP colleagues to utilize SalesForce and other relevant CRM systems to drive and monitor counselor relationship management goals. Align efforts, as appropriate, with K-12 team members to leverage existing school-based relationships.
  • Utilize various College Board sources to access, compile and analyze data to support work with counselors, ability to identify the best appropriate data source to use in different situations


Internal Contacts:  Maintains contact with staff within the region and department in order to collaborate to produce work, delegate work assignments, and to ensure that performance is meeting set goal. Establish relationships with program staff as appropriate to complete assigned tasks.

External Contacts:  Establishes and maintains deep relationships with leadership and key decision makers in assigned accounts; relevant organizations and/or associations; and Regional Governance members.


Education/Experience:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience. Five years of directly-related, progressively responsible work experience in a managerial or professional position in education or a related field. Direct experience in assessment, curriculum, or student achievement initiatives is strongly preferred.

Related Skills & Other Requirements:

  • Willingness & ability to travel extensively
  • Possess a passion for education and a deep commitment to the College Board’s mission of promoting educational equity, access, and excellence for students of all backgrounds.
  • Strong problem solving and negotiation skills
  • Ability to effectively handle multiple situations simultaneously
  • Ability to identify and meet the needs of states and districts.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships with senior level administrators.
  • Strong analytical and data analysis skills.                                                                                  
  • Experience using customer relationship management (CRM) and consultative sales tools.
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills, including oral presentation/public speaking skills
  • Computer literacy, including Microsoft Office applications

This position will be subject to a background check.

The College Board is dedicated to the principle of equal opportunity and its programs, services and employment policies are guided by that principle.


Villanova University

Villanova University's evening, master-level Counseling program is hoping to hire an adjunct professional (masters or doctoral level) with a specialization in adolescent counseling.

Client experience and an ability to discuss client work across settings preferred (e.g., school and community settings). Multicultural knowledge and skills a must.

If interested, please contact: Dr. Krista Malott, Program Director, at:


Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV

PART-TIME COUNSELOR: Teen Parenting Program


  • One to two years of school counseling experience
  • Master’s degree in Education, Psychology, Secondary Guidance, or Counseling
  • Valid PA Secondary School Counselor certification
  • Clearances must be current

Please mail or e-mail resume and standard application to:

Brenda Marino, Esq.

Director of Human Resources

Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV

453 Maple Street

Grove City, PA  16127


For further information please contact Brenda Marino at:  (724) 458-6700 ext. 1204.

Applicants must be in compliance with Acts 24/34/151/114/153/168 guidelines.         EOE


Messiah College

The GRADUATE PROGRAM IN COUNSELING at Messiah College invites applications for full-time term-tenure track positions in the Counseling program. Candidates with Counselor Education training who also have a background in clinical mental health counseling; marriage, couple, and family counseling; or school counseling are encouraged to apply. If hired, you will be joining a growing program which is taught primarily in an online format. Faculty in the program prioritize collegiality while striving to be excellent teachers and scholars who love working with and mentoring students.

Responsibilities: Teach Core Counseling graduate courses and courses in the candidate’s area of expertise in our primarily online, CACREP Accredited, Counseling program. Teaching assignments will be determined based upon departmental need and the candidate's expertise and interests. Faculty members are also expected to supervise internships, maintain an active scholarly agenda, join the full-time faculty in teaching on-campus, intensive courses, advise graduate students, and engage in institutional service.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Counselor Education preferred, but ABD considered.  Preference will be given to those who graduated from a CACREP program and are licensed as a professional counselor or marriage and family therapist. Candidates are required to profess Christian faith, to commit to the mission of Messiah College, and to exhibit evidence of intercultural competencies. Preference will also be given to candidates who demonstrate excellence in teaching and scholarship, have experience in the appropriate field, and have previously taught in an online format.

Starting Date for Position: Fall 2017

Applications: Application materials will be reviewed upon receipt and will be accepted until the position is filled. Please provide a current curriculum vitae as well as a letter of interest that clearly explains how your Christian faith represents a strong fit with the mission of Messiah College, which is “to educate men and women toward maturity of intellect, character and Christian faith in preparation for lives of service, leadership and reconciliation in church and society." Paper applications will not be accepted. 

For more information regarding application materials and to apply, please see:  Link to Posting 



Current Openings

None at this time.