International College Counselor

According to the Teacher Pay Scale (minimum $40,000 & negotiable)
Aug 23, 2018
Grade Level
Job Type


  • Master’s Degree in counseling preferred;

  • A minimum of two years’ experience as an international school counselor preferred.

    Job Goal

    The College Counselor’s goals are to give guidance in academic, college and career planning as well as college application preparation for students attending grades 9-12.

    Performance Responsibilities

  1. Personal Counseling (Guidance)

    • Serve as advocate and/or intermediary for students;

    • Confer with parents, faculty, and administrators with regard to students with

      academic difficulties as necessary;

  2. College Advisement

    • Advise students and parents on admissions procedures through individual and group meetings, year-round, including evening seminars, workshops, and presentations;

    • Write recommendations for each university candidate assigned, as needed, and process all application materials;

    • Provide information on post-secondary school education worldwide for all students;

    • Promote and coordinate visitos of university representatives and the college tours;

    • Coordinate college applications, including applications themselves, teacher

      recommendations, transcripts, fees, and mailings;

    • Provide financial aid and scholarship information and assistance.

  3. Academic Advisement

    • Confer with students regarding appropriate course loads beginning the Spring terms;

    • Assist in course registration and scheduling of returning students

  4. Career Advisement

    • Coordinate the utilization of the Naviance program (18-19) or the program school will be using in 19-20+ by all students for college or career guidance;

    • Provide individual counseling regarding careers and appropriate choices

  5. Records and Reporting Procedure

    • With our high school and academic divisions, oversee preparation, maintenance, and distribution of progress reports, grades, reports, and transcripts;

    • Maintain student files;

    • Provide periodic analysis and reporting on college admissions and testing. F. Testing

    • Provide information and registration assistance for all college entrance examinations;

    • Coordinate career guidance programs and testing such as MAP, ACT, PSAT, SAT, SSAT, and AP exams with HS divisions;

      G. Inservice

• Provide in-service and workshops, as needed, for faculty, students, and parents. H. Other

  • Consult with division administrators on academic process of student when necessary;

  • Close communication with HS division administrators

    Address : 344, Cheomdandong-ro, Seo-gu, Incheon, Korea | Email : | Phone : 032-563-0523

  • Coordinate and implement transition programs for new and exisiting students;

  • Serve on committees as needed. Work Year

• College counselors work an additional 10-20 days to the faculty school year, to be allocated in conert with the high school administrators.

Reports To

The college counselor reports to the high school director.

Interact With

The college counselor interacts with students, faculty, parents, administrators, and community resources.

Performance Evaluation

The college counselor is evaluated by the high school director.


In accordance with the Teachers Salary and Benefits Policy
Interested applicants should email to with the following documents:

  • Personal Statement

  • Resume

  • Certification (scanned if any)

**This job description indicates the general nature and level of work expected of incumbent. It is not designed to cover comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of incumbent. Incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.