Hourly Rate: $32.03
Work Day: 7 hours a day
Work Year : 9 months
Under the direction of the Executive Director of Special Education and supervision of the School Psychologist, provide direct services for assigned schools; assist in the intervention process as a member of the Student Support Team; perform individual psychological observations, evaluations and assessments of referred students; explain the results of these evaluations to parents, teachers and students, when appropriate; provide consultation to educational staff regarding behavioral issues; andperform other related work as required.
Needs to have completed, at minimum, an academic program in the area of school psychology (except for their internship).
Must have knowledge of modern psychological principles, processes and techniques;
Accepted psychological observation, evaluation and assessment instruments, procedures and applications;
Applicable procedures, policies, rules, regulations, codes, laws and guidelines pertaining to special education;
Processes involved with the Evaluation Summary Eligibility Report.
Strong verbal and written skills; proper English usage, grammar, vocabulary, spelling and punctuation;
Data tracking and collection, record management and reporting methods;
Skill in use of computers and technology, to include, but not limited to email, internet, Microsoft Office or equivalent software.
Must work effectively with staff, students, parents and administration;
Must be able to manage time and prioritize projects; ability to maintain a safe environment for students.
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