School Psychologist (All Sectors)
- Full Time
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The essential functions for the School Psychologist position:
· Use valid and reliable formal and informal assessment techniques across multiple areas (i.e., executive functioning, intellectual, behavior, mental health, and academic achievement.
· Provide developmentally appropriate mental health services (focused on individuals with IEPs), including behavioral coaching, classroom, and school-wide social-emotional learning programs.
· Support crisis teams, use databased decision-making methods, and problem-solving strategies. Provide response and recovery to students/building/district crisis through consultation, collaboration, and direct services.
The successful candidate for a School Psychologist must have:
· Specialist or Master’s Degree with a minimum of 60 semester hours and including a practicum in the schools
· Meet Iowa licensure requirements
· Experience in educational setting preferred
Persons wishing to be considered should submit an application package that includes:
· A current resume
· A list of three professional references who may be contacted at the interview stage (include names, titles, addresses, and day time telephone numbers)
· College or University transcripts
The applicant is responsible for having relevant materials forwarded; all materials received will be acknowledged and treated confidentially. The applicant will be screened by members of the search committee and selected candidates will be interviewed.
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