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The School Psychologist is a key member of the educational team who leads data analysis, problem solving, and recommends interventions relating to skill acquisition, learning, and eligibility for special education for individual students.  The school psychologist provides psychological services, including testing, counseling, and consulting to assist in meeting the social, emotional, and educational needs of students in regular and special education programs; administer and interpret psychological assessments of students; consult with teachers, administrators, specialists, agency and district personnel and parents; counsel students; contribute to behavior management programs; and perform related duties as assigned in accordance with provisions of policies and requirements.


• Licensed as per Illinois State Board of Education requirements: M.S., M.A., Specialist, or Ph.D. Degree in psychology or educational psychology and completion of a school psychology program • Excellent interpersonal communication, organizational and time management skills with the ability and willingness to collaborate with school personnel to promote student learning • Possess a valid driver’s license and maintain automotive insurance coverage as required by IL law


Regionally competitive salary, board paid TRS and contribution toward single insurance, 190 day contract with paid sick, personal, and professional development, mileage reimbursement, mentoring and supports

Additional Notes

We are happy to answer any questions you may have or provide additional information.  Just call (217)526-8121 and ask for Bobbi (ext. 244).  Mid-State Special Education serves 13 school districts in central Illinois located in five counties (Bond, Christian, Fayette, Macoupin, and Montgomery) mid-way between Springfield, IL and St. Louis, MO. Applicants interested in full or part-time as well as retirees are encouraged to inquire and apply.  We have some flexibility regarding the location of positions.  

How to Apply

A letter of interest, current resume, and application (available to complete online at www.midstatespec.org) may be provided to Bobbi Fisher, Director at bobbi.fisher@midstatespec.org.  This position will remain open until filled. 

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