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Duties

  • Provide a wide range of services, including in-services, consultations, assessments and intervention planning to the students, families and staff of the districts.
  • Assists in screening school enrollments to aid in identifying children who should be referred for initial evaluation and eligibility determination for special education. 
  • Provides an individual psychological examination, interprets findings, and makes recommendations. 
  • Provides written reports containing findings and recommendations gained from psychological evaluation. 
  • Assists in facilitating the special education eligibility/IEP process.
  • Conducts Functional Behavioral Assessments and supports development of Behavior Intervention Plans as applicable.
  • Provides consultative services to teachers and other school personnel in the planning of programs and services for students. 
  • Consults with parents regarding their child’s needs and assists in the development of the parents’ understanding. 
  • Functions as a resource in providing information regarding special education law and regulations. 
  • Acts as a liaison between the school district and community agencies/resources. 
  • Provides counseling as appropriate to meet the needs of students, individually or in groups. 

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or higher in psychology or educational psychology
  • Required to hold a Professional Educator License (PEL) with School Psychologist Endorsement.  

Salary/Benefits

As determined by the negotiated contract with potential for an additional salary multiplier.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should email the following information to Mrs. Melanie Aslinger, maslinger@deemack.org

  • Letter of introduction
  • Resume
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Educator Licensure Information System (ELIS) Credentials

Email Address

maslinger@deemack.org

Job Posting Date

11/1/2023

Start Date

N/A