Job Highlights

Job Description

  • To identify and provide individual counselling to students who require emotional and/or behavioural support
  • To work closely with parents/guardians to determine the best way to help the students
  • To maintain proper documentation in terms of case notes and reports
  • To provide consultation to staff on how to support students referred
  • To provide consultation to school management on school counselling matters
  • To demonstrate basic understanding of the PCCG curriculum including Well-being Education.
  • To assess risk of suicide for students who have ideated and follow the school’s protocol on risk of suicide
  • To provide regular feedback, within bounds of confidentiality, to school management
  • To refer students and families to community resources or external agencies for specialised treatment
  • To inform the Senior Admin of cases where there is suspected radicalisation, suicidal behaviour, self-harming behaviour or is student is at risk of being harmed
  • Any other duties or projects as assigned by the Reporting Officer

Skills and Experiences

  • The incumbent must have a recognised degree with at least 3 years of relevant experience in counselling
  • Excellent verbal communications and listening skills to interact with various stake holders
  • Excellent written skills with strong time management and organizational ability
  • Candidate needs to be able to work individually or in teams and connect with diverse group of students and parents.

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