Position Title: School Psychologist Reports To: School Psychology Coordinator Work Schedule: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday Duration: 2018 – 2019 School Year Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for a variety of tasks to include but not limited to: • Lead the multidisciplinary team through the evaluation process when a student is referred for special education evaluation. • Conduct cognitive, academic, behavior, adaptive behavior, and autism evaluations using sound assessments to determine eligibility for special education services. • Participate in classroom observations. • Prepare cohesive and timely evaluation reports. • Interpret assessment data and impart it to parents and MET team members in a meaningful way. • Determine students’ needs and develop programming recommendations based on evaluation outcomes. • Lead the school’s pre-referral intervention team. • Provide counseling services in alignment with student’s IEPs and/or 504 plans. • Facilitate training on topics related to position on an as-needed basis. • Consult with teachers and administrators regarding behavioral and academic concerns. • Other duties as assigned by the Special Education Director.
Qualifications: • Certification as a School Psychologist • Master’s Degree required, Doctoral Degree preferred • Experience conducting psycho-educational evaluations • Knowledge of IDEA and K-8 programming for special education Perks: Legacy Traditional Schools provides: • Tool Kit for each Psychologist. • Your own office. • Benefits which included medical, dental and vision. • You are a part of your school community, one location - not multiple.