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IASP will post job and internship openings. The fee for a job posting is $150 for 60 days. The posting will be included on the IASP website and on the IASP social media sites – Facebook and Twitter. Fees must be paid in full before the job is posted on the website. A check may be mailed to the association, or a credit card payment can be taken over the phone (317) 472-6955. Internship positions will be posted for no fee.

To submit a job posting, please email Calleigh Smith with The Corydon Group, our Chapter Administrator, at csmith@thecorydongroup.com.

  • Thursday, June 10, 2021 3:57 PM | Anonymous

    IEP Therapy is currently looking to hire multiple School Psychologists in the Indianapolis metro area. We currently have the following positions available for the 2021-2022 school year:


    • Various School Psychologist positions servicing public schools with a student population of PreK – 12th grade. The number of evaluations is TBD.


    • 2-3 days/week School Psychologist position servicing public schools with a student population of PreK – 12th grade. The number of evaluations is TBD.

    School Psychologist Responsibilities:

    • Perform educational diagnostic testing to determine IEP eligibility
    • Conduct evaluations, reevaluations, observations and referrals
    • Design instructional and intervention strategies for students
    • Conduct and attend IEP meetings
    • Attend multidisciplinary team and case conference meetings
    • Support district as needed

    School Psychologist Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree in School Psychology only
    • Indiana Department of Education License with School Psychology endorsement

    Why Work for IEP Therapy?

    • Positions Pay $40-$55 Per Hour
    • Subcontracting Available
    • Full Benefits Available for Full Time Positions
    • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
    • Retirement Plan with Company Match
    • Paid Time Off – PTO
    • Supply and CEU Allowance Annually
    • Lending Library for Material Check Out
    • Online Library of Materials
    • Online Therapist Forum for Collaboration
    • Monthly Check-Ins for Support
    • School Schedule with Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer Breaks
    • Mentoring and 24/7 Support from Our Expert Therapy Managers
    • Therapist Owned and Operated Company

    For more information and to apply visit our website at www.ieptherapy.com

  • Friday, June 04, 2021 4:20 PM | Anonymous
    • Master’s Degree in Psychology/Education
    • 30 Post-Graduate Hours in School Psychology
    • Certification as School Psychologist 
    • Experience working with the psychological and educational aspects of PK-12 students.
    DUTY DAYS: 183 day contract

    STATUS: Exempt

    REPORTS TO: Director of Student Services

    PRIMARY FUNCTION: The purpose of the School Psychologist position is to assess students’ abilities to devise the best instructional strategies for academic success.

    • Complete skills assessments and utilize this information to help teachers better determine student needs and appropriate educational interventions within the Rtl process. Complete preschool screenings when requested.
    • Participate in referral meetings for students being referred to the Psychological Services Department.
    • Review referral information, permanent records, and other pertinent materials to determine appropriate evaluation procedures and accurate student needs.
    • Coordinate the gathering of information to conduct the psycho-educational evaluation in a timely manner to ensure compliance and complete evaluations for students referred for an evaluation/re-evaluation.
    • Prepare complete psycho-educational evaluation reports addressing all concerns noted in the referral.
    • Participate in meetings of the Case Conference Committee to interpret evaluation results and assist the Committee in determining the educational program needed to address the student's school success needs.
    • Ensure compliance with the requirements of P.L. 101-476, P.L. 99-457, Article 7, and other applicable state/federal regulations in all Case Conference procedures.
    • Be available to provide consultation related to the students referred for an evaluation or enrolled in special education as requested by school personnel and parents.
    • Provide consultation and/or in-service training for school personnel and parents to increase their understanding of special education programs, special education student needs, and available school and community services.
    • Keep abreast of current trends and issues, testing procedures and materials, and relevant legislation/litigation through professional reading, attendance at workshops or other professional conferences, and/or participation in professional organizations.
    • Serve as a resource person with regard to services which are available through Southern Hancock Schools, other professionals, and community agencies.
    • Complete annual employee training.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by designee.

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • Requires the ability to sit up to 8 hours per day with intermittent occasional walking, standing, bending, and squatting.
    • Requires the ability perform repetitive physical tasks such as computer keyboarding, writing, and reading.
    • Occasionally required to lift or carry supplies, textbooks, furniture, and equipment at a minimum of 35 pounds.

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 
    • Standard office and school conditions - Moderate noise level in the work environment, adequate lighting, and comfortable temperatures.
    • The work schedule consists of a minimum full school day, with occasional nights and weekends.
    • Occasional high to moderate levels of stress.

    SALARY: Per Education & Experience

    BENEFITS: Health, dental, vision, life insurance; long-term disability; teacher retirement; personal, sick   

    Interested applicants can apply here

  • Friday, May 14, 2021 11:26 AM | Anonymous

    Twin Lakes School Corporation is a single corporation of approximately 2,200 students, of those students 343 are receiving special education services. The school psychologist has opportunities for leadership through general education RTI, dyslexia screenings and the special education evaluation team. Approximately 45 students have been tested this year.  A diagnostician is available to assist with these assessments. 

    Twin Lakes has a supportive administration, committed teachers, and eager to learn students. The corporation has five school buildings. Four of these sites are clustered together within city limits, and one elementary is located out in the country. Twin Lakes is an eLearning corporation, which can eliminate the stress of driving in bad weather. Monticello is located halfway between Chicago and Indianapolis and only 30 miles from Lafayette. The community is known as a summer resort area because of its two popular lakes, Lake Shafer and Lake Freeman, as well as being the home of Indiana Beach.

    School Psychologist
    • Location: Twin Lakes School Corporation
    • Position: School Psychologist (1.0 FTE)
    • Salary: To be determined based on Education and Experience
    • Benefits: Benefits package, salary is negotiable
    Performance Responsibilities:
    1. Uses a variety of models and methods of assessment and data collection for identifying strengths and needs of individual students and the broader school community, developing effective services and programs and measuring progress and outcomes.
    2. Provides consultation and collaboration with colleagues, students, families and other stakeholders to promote effective implementation of services.
    3. Participate on the school student support team that collaboratively provides a multi-tiered system of supports through implementation and monitoring of evidence-based behavioral and academic interventions for all students.
    4. Uses a varied of assessments and data collection methods to implement and evaluate services that support cognitive and academic skills.
    5. Uses assessment and data-collection methods to implement and evaluate services that support socialization, learning and mental and behavioral health.
    6. Share information on practices and strategies to create and maintain effective and supportive learning environments for students and other including positive behavior interventions and supports.
    7. Participate on case conference committees to provide and explain assessment data of individual student skill set and learning styles along with determining special education eligibility and services.
    8. Promote services that enhance learning, mental and behavioral health, safety and physical well-being through protective and adaptive factors and to implement effective crisis preparation, response and recovery.
    9. Provide effective professional services that promote effective functioning for individuals, families and schools with diverse characteristics, cultures and backgrounds.
    10. Demonstrate working knowledge of federal law, IDEA, and Indiana state law, Article 7, and provide services consistent with ethical, legal and professional standards.
    • Master’s Degree in School Psychology and have/applied for a teacher’s license from the Indiana Department of Education.
    • Holds a valid School Psychologist License issued by the State of Indiana

    Interested candidates can apply at www.tlschools.com

  • Friday, May 14, 2021 10:51 AM | Anonymous

    REPORTS TO:  Director of Special Education       CALENDAR:  185 Days

    FLSA STATUS:  EXEMPT                                      EVALUATES/SUPERVISES:  None

    COMPENSATION:  Based on Master Teacher Contract and Experience  

    ANTICIPATED START DATE:  September 21, 2020


    1. Valid driver’s license
    2. State of Indiana Licensed School Psychologist
    3. A sincere desire to serve on a collaborative team and to support students, staff, and families
    4. Displays excellent verbal and written communication skills


    This position works with families and educators to determine special education eligibility of students and to develop appropriate educational experiences by promoting the use of evidence-based strategies in the areas of instruction, learning styles, behavior intervention, and social skills, all to address the individual needs of students.


    1. Completes evaluations and report writing in a timely and accurate manner by adhering to state/federal guidelines regarding completion of the referral process.
    2. Maintains records as required by district.
    3. Assesses the educational and mental health needs of students by participating in school-based team; suggests interventions designed to address learning and behavioral difficulties.
    4. Uses a wide variety of assessment techniques to evaluate/identify potential learning difficulties and to monitor student progress.
    5. Assists in the development of initial IEPs in collaboration with case conference committee members.
    6. Provides meaningful suggestions/recommendations to school-based teams and Case Conference Committees
    7. Demonstrates professional ethics.
    8. Leads professional development.
    9.  Completes other duties, as assigned by supervisor.


    • Higher order relationship building skills
    • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and experience in communicating through multiple channels
    • Experience facilitating professional development opportunities related to student services
    • Engaging presentation skills
    • Effective organizational skills
    • Ability to work in a collaborative environment with other professionals
    • Strong work ethic
    • Expertise in complex problem solving

    Diversity Statement

    Apply to Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation: People with disabilities, people of color, indigenous people, Hispanic/Latinx, and LBGTQ, regardless of age are encouraged to apply. CPCSC is committed to developing a diverse and talented team. If you are excited about this role, but you are unsure whether you meet 100% of the requirements, we encourage you to inquire and/or apply online. 


    AAP/EEO Statement

    Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation believes in equal employment opportunity for all without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

    The policy extends to recruiting and hiring, working conditions, training programs, promotions, and all other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.

    As an equal opportunity employer, CPCSC actively supports and seeks to implement all federal and state legislation and rules pertaining to the employment process. CPCSC expects and requires its employees to comply with this policy in every respect.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

  • Friday, May 07, 2021 9:52 AM | Anonymous

    Earlywood Educational Services is pleased to announce an opening with our fantastic team of School Psychologists beginning August, 2021. Earlywood is a special education cooperative serving six school districts just south of Indianapolis. Earlywood psychologists typically work in two buildings with an average caseload of 1,300 students.

    Earlywood psychologists work closely with district administration and teachers to monitor data and provide early intervention as well as to conduct multi-disciplinary team assessments and consider eligibility for special education. Our schools have a strong commitment to continual enhancement and improvement of instructional and behavioral support practices and they value the expertise of the school psychologist in this endeavor.

    The Earlywood team of psychologists has been engaging in visionary work with MTSS to continue our solid practice of addressing students’ academic needs while also making improvements to serve students’ behavioral and mental health needs as well. We’re developing a comprehensive system that will provide for systematic implementation of evidence-based practice and data analysis around BOTH the academic and behavioral support needs of our students.

    To learn more, click here

  • Wednesday, April 28, 2021 2:14 PM | Anonymous


    Boone Clinton North West Hendricks Joint Services


    School Psychologist


    2021 - 2022 School Year


    Lebanon, Indiana


    Madeline Sandberg
    1122 N Lebanon Street
    Lebanon, IN 46052


    765-483-3090, sandbergm@leb.k12.in.us



    1. Indiana School Services License in School Psychology
    2. Master’s Degree
    3. Exceptional written, oral, and organizational skills and abilities
    4. Possess excellent communication skills in interpretation of evaluation results to parents, school staff, students, teachers and administrators

    Essential Skills:

    1. Support the vision and direction of the Boone Clinton North West Hendricks Joint Services.
    2. Collaborative and consultative approaches with a variety of individuals to support individuals with exceptional needs and their families.
    3. High level of professional competence and integrity while working in a collaborative manner with the participating school corporations and external agencies to provide quality services for students with exceptional needs.
    4. Effective analyzer of multiple forms of data, input, evidence, instructional data, research, and professional knowledge to inform decision making and professional practice.
    5. Practice professional ethics, standards, and policies by upholding laws, regulations, and policies that influence professional practice including Article 7 and Jt. Services policies and procedures.
    6. Must possess an ability to maintain flexibility while serving multiple assignments.

    Job Responsibilities include:

    1. Work collaboratively with assigned Educational Consultant.
    2. Become a collaborative team member in providing comprehensive multidisciplinary team evaluations to students PK-12 to inform eligibility, service, and programming decisions.
    3. Participate in Case Conference Committee meetings to interpret evaluation results and assist the committee in determining eligibility and appropriate educational programming.
    4. Comprehensive knowledge of universal screeners, diagnostic tools, and progress monitoring for behavior and academics.
    5. Assist with the creation of FBA’s, BIP’s and model appropriate interventions as necessary.  Provide training and support as necessary on behavioral management, the academic referral process, school-wide curricular and instructional practices, and/or the learning, social, emotional, and behavioral needs of referred students as well as those involved in the RtI/MTSS process.
    6. Maintain compliance with the requirements of Article 7, IDEA, and other applicable regulations.
    7. Participate in regularly scheduled meetings within Joint Services.
    8. Participate in professional organizations and training programs in order to stay current with trends, issues, legislation, research, litigations, materials, and information pertaining to special education and evaluations.
    9. Other duties as deemed necessary by the Director of Exceptional Needs.

    Position Will Be At: Boone-Clinton-North West Hendricks Joint Services please complete the application via Lebanon Community School Corporation under the Communities tab then Employment at www.leb.k12.in.us

    For Application or Further Information, Please Contact:

    Madeline Sandberg, Director



    A complete application must include:

    • Cover Letter

    • Resume

    • Completed Teacher Application Form (located at www.k12.in.us )

    • Current License

    • Current college transcripts and license

    • References

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