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1. Demonstrates solid knowledge of child and adolescent development, diverse learner characteristics, and/or
disabilities that impact student functioning to address individual student or school wide student needs.
Counseling and remedial measures as appropriate to the developmental needs of students, individually or in
2. Demonstrates and applies a solid understanding of research-based interventions, problem solving processes, and
assessment techniques to address Child Find responsibilities. Collects and interprets pertinent information, and
clearly delivers the results/interpretation at team meeting and/or IEP meeting.
3. Uses the IEP process and procedures, as per state and federal law, to determine eligibility for special education
and to develop an appropriate IEP to meet identified student needs. Supports parental understanding of student’s
educational needs. Maintains appropriate records.
4. Collaborates with team members including administrators and/or parents to develop appropriate services for
students. Understands, demonstrates and utilizes appropriate channels of communication. Consults with teachers,
staff, and parents to address learning and behavioral needs. Is knowledgeable of the FBA/BIP and RTI process.
Is knowledgeable of the processes to address mandated reporter, suicide prevention, crisis management, bullying
and other social emotional needs of the school community. Serves as a resource to parents and staff regarding
resources for mental health and academic concerns.
5. Seeks appropriate in-service and professional development. Provides appropriate in-service to staff, parents and
community groups as needed.
6. Works within the policies and regulations of the SPEED Governing Board and member school districts; Illinois
public acts and regulations as described by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and serviced by the South
Cook-ISC4; and applicable Federal laws, regulations and guidelines applicable to the education of students.
7. Responsible for the safety and well-being of students under his/her supervision.
8. Responsible for understanding and working within Board of Education policy when assigned to a SPEED member
9. Other duties may be assigned.


  • Holds an Illinois Professional Education License with School Psychologist endorsement.
  • Demonstrates excellence in verbal and written communications.
  • Experience with collaborative groups and processes in a student-centered environment.
  • Other qualifications of academic, professional, and personal excellence as the SPEED Governing Board may


$47,516 - $76,513/annually

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