Job Description

Formal Education:

Master's Degree required and State Certification in School Psychology.

No prior experience required other than experience required for education/licensure.

Must have valid Driver’s license and provide own transportation.

Position Goal: Conduct psychoeducational evaluations of students referred for gifted or exceptional education (and assist in the planning and development of programs) to enable children to attain maximum achievement and adjustment in the school environment. Also conduct other activities related to student success such as development of interventions, consultations, counseling, giving presentations, and serving as member of district's crisis team.

Examples of Responsibilities:

Conduct psychoeducational evaluations on students referred for gifted or exceptional student education programs and assist in the planning and development of programs during the school year.

Conduct and develop interventions/provide crisis interventions to students, faculty and parents during the school year.

Consult with parents, teachers and administrators.

Give presentations and provide training during the school year.  Attend/conduct child study team meetings.

Counsel students.

Serve as a member of the district's crisis team.

Write reports, review records, make phone calls, and complete paperwork.

Attend professional workshops and staff meetings

Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.