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SUMMARY: This position is a full-time position with four days on-site at the school and one day off-site for paperwork completion. This position will provide an opportunity for a range of school psychological services consistent with NASP domains of School Psychology Training and Practice including varying types of assessment linked to intervention for academic, behavioral, and social/emotional/behavioral issues; consultation; behavior analysis and intervention; counseling; and prevention. 


  • Must have completed a School Psychology practicum while enrolled in an approved Illinois School Psychology Program working towards a School Support Personnel Endorsement with a specialization in School Psychology in the state of Illinois
  • Expertise and background with RtI and PBIS preferred
  • Certification in Crisis Prevention Institute, onsite training available if necessary
  • Demonstrated leadership capabilities
  • Efficient time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative, problem-solving skills, and flexibility
  • Strong counseling capabilities
  • Proficient with assessment, data collection, and evaluation processes
  • Ability to lead data-based decision-making and problem-solving at the building, grade and individual student level
  • Ability to collaborate with all stakeholders within the educational community
  • Knowledge of  IDEA rules/regulations and Illinois procedural requirements

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