Career Opportunities

Member schools may list open positions on our website. Please complete our form to have a position included here.
Non-member schools or college admission-related organizations interested in a paid listing of a job opening should email Linda Pierre, ACCIS Director of Member Services and Operations. 

Catlin Gabel School, Associate Director of College Counseling - OR
Webb School of Knoxville, Assistant Director of College Counseling - TN

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Webb School of Knoxville
Location: Knoxville, TX
Position: Assistant Director of College Counseling
Start Date: November 2022 or January 2023

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist and cooperate with the Director of College Counseling to design and implement a program that offers individual guidance, group meetings, evening events, and virtual programming to guide students as they search for, apply to, and enroll in college.
  • Hold individual, family, and grade level meetings with students to assist them in researching colleges, completing applications, and making enrollment decisions.
  • Offer regular group meetings that cover college counseling topics including building an appropriate list of colleges, completing applications, considering college costs, essay writing, standardized testing, and other relevant matters.
  • Coordinate family programming that keeps parents appropriately informed of college counseling topics. Communicate regularly with families as appropriate throughout high school to educate and support them on the college admission process.
  • Stay informed about and connected with colleges and universities, including their application and admission processes and policies. Supervise the coordination of college admission representative visits.
  • Stay informed on standardized testing policies and procedures and help advise the school community on this topic.
  • Represent the school in the larger higher education community including attending workshops, conferences, and forums regarding college admission, and visiting college campuses.
  • Advise school administrators and take part in curriculum conversations as they relate to college admission.

To view job description, click here. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to: Matthew Macdonald, Head of Upper School, [email protected]

In addition, interested candidates planning to attend this year’s NACAC Conference in Houston, Texas scheduled for September 22-24 should include that information when submitting your cover letter and resume. Webb School’s Director of College Counseling, Dr. Mark Seamon, will be attendance and available to meet with interested candidates.


Catlin Gabel School
Location: Portland, OR
Position: Associate Director of College Counseling
Start Date: Spring 2023

Catlin Gabel School in Portland, OR seeks an experienced college counseling professional to join our College Counseling team in 2023. Guided by the school’s values, our college counseling process encourages students to take ownership of the college search with support from their family and college counselors. Our college counselors assist students at each stage and educate the school community on colleges, application standards, trends, and alternative post-graduate opportunities, work with families as they consider college costs and funding sources, and build relationships with colleges on behalf of the school. We celebrate the diversity of our students and their multifaceted goals.

The college counselor will participate in and help shape all activities required to advance a forward-thinking college counseling program that is grounded in the school's educational mission and progressive philosophy; provide individual guidance to 35-40 students in each graduating class as well as group programming in grades 9-12;​ and maintain a dialogue with college admission officers at a wide array of colleges. The successful applicant will communicate exceptionally, balance competing tasks graciously and engage openly in the Catlin Gabel community. Above all, they will listen and connect skillfully and compassionately with adolescents and their families.

They will have an understanding of the value of an inclusive, progressive educational philosophy and will display a strong connection with and appreciation for teenagers and their families. Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree and at least two years of college admission experience, either as a secondary school college counselor or in a college admission office, and experience working with adolescents.

To view the full job description and to apply, click here.