Full-time, 10 month school year position.

Responsible for providing direct therapeutic and mental health services related to the school population which will include: intake assessment, individual/group therapy, and crisis intervention to students and/or families.
Maintain regular contact with the parent/guardian of each client if appropriate.
Complete master treatment plans, treatment plan updates, release of information and all chart requirements.
Provide consultation for school staff regarding mental health issues of clients (as appropriate)
Participate in the collection of mental health information and student outcomes data to be used for monitoring the overall performance and effectiveness of services provided.
Work collaboratively wit school staff.
Other duties as assigned.
Attends staff meetings and School Board Meetings when requested.
Assists in school cultural and community events.


Master degree from accredited University or College in Psychology, Mental Health or Human Services.
Minimum requirement: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

Possess a strong knowledge of the common diagnoses and treatments for school aged children and possess the skills necessary to facilitate positive change in a school environment.
Experience in working with trauma and sensitive issues.
Experience in emergency interventions and calm demeanor
Possess clear ethical boundaries
Must possess working knowledge of special education requirements as referenced in student’s IEPs.
Possess experience in utilizing Behavior Modification techniques
Possess experience in working with bullying, aggression and harassment within the school setting.
Possess a working knowledge of applicable crisis care models and techniques.
Possess experience in peer and student mediation.
Experience working with Native American Students preferred.
Must be supportive of the philosophy, mission, concept, policies and procedures of the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School.
Native American preference in employment.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: (All permanent positions)
Background investigation, drug test
Experience working with native children preferred.
Must be supportive of the philosophy, concept, policy and procedures of the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe-Waadookodaading School.

Please submit a letter of interest, LCO School-Waadookodaading job application forms, resume and credentials to:
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe School
8575 N Trepania Rd.
Hayward, WI. 54843-2191

Attn: Preston Larson – HR Director

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