Workplace and Job Type
On the Lower North Shore territory
Contract until June 30, 2022
Nature of work
The position of academic and vocational information counsellor encompasses, in particular, responsibility for providing information, advice, assistance and guidance to students in the youth and adult sectors on programs of study, course selection and labour market to help them become familiar with academic and career paths so as to make informed choices.
Some characteristic attributions
The academic and vocational information counsellor participates in developing and implementing an academic and vocational information service that meets the academic and administrative requirements of both the educational institutions and the school board.
He or she guides the student in preparing his or her educational path by providing him or her with any pertinent information on the educational path chosen; helps the student identify his or her needs and analyzes the student’s record, while taking into account his or her aptitudes and interests.
He or she prepares and conducts, with a multidisciplinary team, awareness, information and training activities intended for students so as to arouse their interest in the labour market, to motivate them in school and to assess the achievement of objectives.
He or she acts as resource person for the guidance-oriented approach and helps the education community to set up the activities associated with this approach
He or she plans, organizes and conducts academic and vocational information activities: conferences, industrial visits and information evenings; he or she works with other staff members to prepare and publish brochures and guides; he or she ensures the organization and operation of a documentation centre on the education community, career options and the labour market; he or she finds, analyzes and places, at the disposal of students, references, databanks and online directories.
He or she ensures the analysis, evaluation, coding and, if necessary, adaptation of academic and vocational information intended for students; he or she keeps abreast of labour market developments and programs, using, in particular, research and document review.
He or she establishes and maintains relationships and collaboration with representatives of the labour market, educational institutions and other organizations that could be involved in providing guidance to students; he or she promotes the activities and courses offered and responds to internal and external information requests.
He or she informs and supports students in filling out applications for programs and financial aid.
He or she prepares and updates files according to the rules defined by the school board.
- A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably: academic and vocational counselling or guidance counselling.
- Relevant teaching experience in the Quebec school system would be an asset;
- The person must be bilingual (French and English).
- be available to travel on the Lower North Shore territory.
Salary and working conditions
- Salary in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement between $47,886 and $79,426 per year.
- benefits including an isolation premium between $8,827 and $14,121;
- low-cost housing (furnished, heated, lit)
- reimbursement of three annual outings from your point of departure for you and your dependents.
Deadline to apply