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March 1, 2019

Lick-Wilmerding High School seeks a mental health professional with a master’s level degree or higher in a mental health discipline, experience working in a high school setting, as well as experience working with adolescents, adults, families, and professionals in the mental health field, to serve as a high school counselor in support of the health and wellness of the Lick-Wilmerding student and family community. This role requires an ongoing partnership and collaboration with families, deans, advisors, teachers, and other student support personnel to meet student needs. The counselor is a growth-minded individual who continually seeks out and engages in professional development opportunities. Will customarily and regularly exercise discretion and independent judgment in performing one’s duties.

  • Meets with students for crisis intervention, counseling, and support services
  • Maintains office hours to meet with students and their families or faculty/advisors
  • Consults with outside mental health providers to coordinate student support
  • Provides appropriate referrals for students in need of long-term mental health resources
  • Participates in planning and delivery of mental health and wellness related programming to students
  • May attend the Student Support Services Team meetings
  • Collaborates with faculty, staff and administration to coordinate support of individual students (Learning Strategies Center, College Counseling, The Center for Civic Engagement, Student Advisors, etc.)
  • Maintains privacy of student records

The ideal candidate will:
  • Possess a minimum 3 years’ experience working in a school setting
  • Hold a credential (PPSC), license (MFT, LCSW, PSY, etc.) or be eligible within the first year
  • Display a deep commitment to equity and working with a diverse student population in a dynamic high school setting
  • Be passionate about working in schools
  • Have strong organizational, as well as written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrate professionalism and integrity
  • Possess strong interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate effectively with others
  • Have personal qualities of initiative, optimism, and flexibility

Successful candidates will have a commitment to the following areas, further outlined in our Standards for Teaching:
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Professionalism
  • Commitment to Equity
  • Adaptability and Flexibility


Please visit lwhs.org/employment to apply for the position. Be sure to include - all in PDF format - a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references.

The application process begins immediately and is open until filled. No calls or emails, please. please.


Lick-Wilmerding High School has an institutional commitment to diversity and encourages applications from candidates of diverse and underrepresented backgrounds. Located in San Francisco, LWHS is a college preparatory, co-educational day school serving 515 students from grades 9-12. Founded in 1895 as a technical arts school and tuition free until 1972, LWHS has a long history of welcoming and supporting students from all walks of life and prides itself on being a private school with public purpose. At LWHS, a diverse student body, faculty, and staff in all its forms is central to what we believe constitutes an excellent education, and we are institutionally committed to ongoing reflective work in order to further define and articulate this complex and worthwhile vision.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

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