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Wycombe High School - HP11, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Wycombe High School is seeking to appoint someone with recent experience of working as a counsellor for children/young people aged 11-18. This is for 3 days per week, preferably Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday... School Counsellor Work careers... £15272 - £16395/annum

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Careerline Ltd - OX3, Headington, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Our client, an international boarding school for students in their last two years of secondary school, aims to offer its pupils a superior education abroad, thorough preparation for university and access... School Counsellor careers...

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West yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Our Counselling & Wellbeing Service delivers a range of school and community-based individual and group counselling to adults, children and young people. We provide a children young people’s counselling... school counsellor birmingham...

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Smart Hire - Shifnal, Shropshire, United Kingdom

We are seeking a School Counsellor with a passion and heart for students to contribute to the work of the School’s Pastoral and Student Support team. We wish to appoint a School Counsellor as soon as possible... school counsellor essex... £13.70 - £14.91/hour

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School Counsellor - Wycombe High School  

High Wycombe, England, United Kingdom

An opportunity has arisen to join Wycombe High School as a part time counsellor. The successful candidate will have recent experience of working as a counsellor for children/young people aged 11-18. Knowledge... school counsellor kent...

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School Counsellor Required: Cobham, Surrey  

United Kingdom

The School Counsellor will play a pivotal role in providing professional counselling services to our pupils, supporting their social, emotional and mental wellbeing. Feltonfleet Preparatory School school counselling kent...

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Place2Be Supervising Counsellor Nicholas Chamberlaine School  

Place2Be - Warwickshire

Together we can change children’s lives. At Place2Be, we believe every child should have easy access to mental health support whenever they need it. We create a safe place in schools where children and... part time school counsellor... £19,675 pro rata (from FTE of £32,791 p.a)

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School Counsellor Required: Newbury, Berkshire  

Newbury, England, United Kingdom

This will include creating or supporting personal plans that combine direct delivery, on-line tools and using integrated support services. discover new ideas, activities and ways of doing things Reporting... primary school counsellor...

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School Counsellor Required: Sevenoaks, Kent  

United Kingdom

The role will also involve working closely with our Heads of Year, Pastoral and AEN departments in assisting and supporting students in need of professional support on both a one to one basis and group... school counsellor in England...

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Place2Be Counsellor Lancaster Girls Grammar School  

Place2Be - Lancashire

Together we can change children’s lives. At Place2Be, we believe every child should have easy access to mental health support whenever they need it. We create a safe place in schools where children and... school counsellor services manager... £23,058 pro rata (from FTE of £28,822 p.a)

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  • education requirements and salary Lisa

    I’m really interested in becoming a school counsellor, but I’m not too sure about the requirements, as I have not formally trained for it. I’ve been doing some voluntary work in a school though and I’m hoping this will account for smthg in my favour.

    • Steven:

      I’m following this route, which is what I was advised to do. I’m happy with it and I’m told it’s the way to go. If you have some practical experience, even if it is voluntary work, I’m sure it’ll be taken into account. Good luck!

      • Lisa:

        Thank you Steven. Have you any idea of what the salary range might be?

        • Steven:

          20 to 21k, though I’d say experience might determine the final figure.

    • Manya Ray:

      Any graduate with a subject of Psychology can be a school advisor on the off chance that they are great at dealing with understudies of this age. While is most schools and universities a Master's Degree individual is sufficiently qualified. So it truly relies upon where you apply and what amount do you expect to acquire from this activity. Good luck!

    • Raphael Zuhnden:

      I am very glad that you want to get into counseling or as others would say therapy. I am glad that you have also seen the need to volunteer and donate much of your time to this course through a school. What I can say is that it would be very easy if you have a certificate in Social Work, it does not matter if it is a Diploma, Degree or Post certifications. This would give you an edge over other prospective candidates. This is because you really want to work but then after months of volunteering it would be great to command a great salary as a result of the experience and experience you have gathered through your work.

      Get at least a DIPLOMA in Social Work and currently there are so many online platforms that could help, and other institutions that demands few fees for that start. I am happy for you and welcome on board.

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