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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 Tish Dickerson with The Corydon Group at tdickerson@thecorydongroup.com.

  • Thursday, May 26, 2022 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    The Batesville Community School Corporation is now accepting applications for the following position:

    School Psychologist

    Primary Functions: To assure compliance with applicable statutes and regulations through appropriate programs by evaluating students thorough comprehensive evaluations and proper placement by the case conference committee.

    Reports to: Director of Special Education

    Contract: Salary determined by experience and licensure 185-day contract

    Qualifications: School Psychologist Certification

    Application Procedure: Internal and external candidates must apply online by clicking the link below: https://www.applitrack.com/batesville/onlineapp/

    For further information regarding this posting please contact:

    Lynn Gosser

    Director of Special Education Batesville Community School Corporation (812)934-5701



    • Serve as the coordinator for initial referrals and re-evaluations.
    • Administer and complete all components of the psychological, social emotional and behavioral, and other evaluations in a timely manner.
    • Explain the nature and descriptions of evaluation materials to students, parents, teachers, and administrators through written reports and conferences.
    • Use evaluation findings to inform accurate eligibility, placement, and services.
    • Prepare a comprehensive report with synthesis of all of the information obtained through the evaluation.
    • Provide information and support regarding the student's disability to the parent, teacher, and others who need to know about the student.
    • Apply evaluation data and findings to intervention, instruction, programming, and services through written reports, meetings with school staff and parents, etc.
    • Serve as a member of school building level teams.
    • Maintain a working knowledge of IDEA, Article 7, the Rehabilitation Act and ADA, and FERPA and the requirements and implications of each regarding the student.
    • Serve as case conference committee chairperson for initial evaluations.
    • Present training to individuals who work with students to support intervention.
    • Provide crisis intervention services to students or staff as necessary.
    • Provide recommendations to the teacher of record or teacher of service regarding behavior management, accommodations, strategies effective for students with unique disabilities, etc.
    • Communicate about individual student's needs, school concerns, etc. to the Director.
    • Assist in providing in-service training, as appropriate.
    • Assist teachers in completion of functional behavioral evaluations and behavioral intervention plans.
    • Prioritize and complete assigned work in a timely manner. 
    • Maintain ethical standards.
    • Maintain personal professional development.
    • Contribute to profession of school psychology.
    • Other responsibilities as assigned
  • Thursday, May 26, 2022 10:11 AM | Anonymous

    The Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn (ROD) Special Education Cooperative seeks a School Psychologist starting the 2022-2023 school year.

    ROD is a special education cooperative that provides special education and related services in six school districts, the Community School Districts of Jac-Cen-Del, Milan, South Ripley, Rising Sun-Ohio County, Lawrenceburg, and South Dearborn. Our School Psychologists have manageable caseloads and work in a supportive environment as part of a team of High Quality Special Educators focused on delivering high quality Special Education to our students.

    School Psychologists receive a $3,500 yearly stipend and new hires are eligible for a signing bonus. School Psychologists are able to work a hybrid in-person/remote schedule. 

    Contact Dr. Brewer for details! 


    • Serve as the coordinator for initial referrals and re-evaluations
    • As the primary evaluator, utilize current evaluation techniques to identify special education eligibility 
    • Prepare comprehensive evaluation reports summarizing evaluation findings and recommendations for case conferences
    • Serve as a member of school building teams to problem solve interventions for academic and behavioral concerns
    • Communicate effectively with parents, students, and school personnel Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments
    • Provide additional services to schools, parents, and students to support IEP goals
    • Carry out additional duties outlined in the School Psychologist Job Description

    Job Qualifications:

    • License or ability to obtain license as a School Psychologist.
    • Active driver’s license as driving to schools and conferences is a requirement.  

    Salary and Benefits:

    • The salary and benefits are set by the current collective bargaining agreement
    • 185 day contract
    • Mileage is reimbursed at the federal rate.

    Application Requirements:

    The position is posted on the ROD website www.rodspecialeducation.org

    Direct inquiries can be made to: Dr. Alex Brewer by email at abrewer@rodspecialed.org or by phone at 812- 623-2212.

    Letters of Interest may be mailed to:

    Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn (ROD) Special Education Cooperative

    Attention: Dr. Alex Brewer

    6098 Squire Place, Suite 100 Aurora, IN 47001

    Deadline: Open until filled

  • Tuesday, May 17, 2022 11:09 AM | Anonymous

    The MSD of Wayne Township currently has an opening for a school psychologist during the 2022-2023 school year. Wayne Township is located on the West side of Indianapolis and educates approximately 16,000 students at 21 schools and facilities. We have a collaborative group of professionals and we can offer mentorship to new school psychologists. In the past our district has funded various professional development opportunities, especially those to earn or maintain your national certification (NCSP).

    In addition to offering a competitive salary, all school psychologists are allocated 10 extra paid contract days on top of their base salary. School psychologists typically work in two school buildings across the district which provides the opportunity to explore areas of professional interest in addition to student evaluations. For more information or to discuss this opportunity in more detail, please reach out to Todd Hawks todd.hawks@wayne.k12.in.us and apply at the following link Job Posting

  • Friday, May 13, 2022 2:13 PM | Anonymous

    CLASSIFICATION: Administrative (Exempt)- 215 Days

    LOCATION: Educational Services Center (ESC)-Supporting Multiple Schools

    REPORTS TO: Director of Student Support Services


    • A Master's Degree in School Psychology or equivalent degree.
    • A valid license to practice as a School Psychologist in Indiana.
    • Be certified as a nationally certified School Psychologist.
    • Be familiar with Indiana's Article 7, and P.L. 105-17.
    • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.                                    


    • Conduct timely assessments of referred students using appropriate testing and diagnostic practices.
    • Interpret evaluation results and communicate results to school personnel and parents.
    • Make educational placement recommendations for students based on evaluation results following Indiana’s Article 7 and Federal regulations.
    • Participate in the identification of exceptional students through case conference meetings.
    • Maintain case records.
    • Recommend alternative educational strategies when appropriate.
    • Confer with teachers, counselors, principals and parents on placement of students according to Indiana and Federal guidelines.
    • Integrate assessment and intervention within a multi-level prevention system.
    • Provide schools leadership/guidance to identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor student progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust the intensity and nature of those interventions depending on a student’s responsiveness.
    • Actively support/lead District initiatives regarding Response to Intervention.
    • Work collaboratively with School Psychology Team to plan and implement professional development for District employees to provide guidance/training in RTI Compliance and Topics related to the implementation of both Federal and State laws.
    • Insure compliance with State and Federal Procedural Guidelines.
    • Serve as a district resource person in topically pertinent areas such as Autism, Behavioral Interventions, RTI, (et.al).
    • Participate in RTI Team meetings at the building level.
    • Oversee 504 placements, evaluations and follow-up.
    • Facilitate case conferences committee meetings/serve as the Public Agency Representative.
    • Such other duties as may be assigned by the Director or their designee.

    For more information visit: https://nafcs.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=725

  • Monday, May 02, 2022 1:34 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title: School Psychologist

    Job Classification: Instructional Support

    Reports to: Director of Special Education

    Work Schedule: School Calendar + 2 weeks / 7:45am-4:15pm

    General Description:

    The School Psychologist is directly responsible for the psychological assessment of academic, social, emotional, and behavioral domains utilizing problem-solving and standardized evaluations. The School Psychologist monitors the completion of special education evaluations and participates in Individual Education Plan (IEP) conferences and problem-solving meetings designing systems, programs and services that maximize students’ social, emotional, and educational success. In collaboration with staff, families, students, and communities the school psychologist promotes effective educational environments.


    Any combination equivalent to: Ed.S, Ph.D., or PsyD as a school psychologist.  Must be properly licensed with the Indiana Department of Education: School Psychologist.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Conduct psychological and educational assessments and evaluations within mandated timelines; observe and interview students; administer and interpret results of psychological assessment tests; identify, diagnose and formulate educational, treatment, developmental, behavioral and remediation plans and strategies for various disabilities and other student issues.
    • Provide evaluation and treatment for psychological and related educational issues and problems among identified students with special needs; implement and provide psychological services to facilitate and enhance student learning, adjustment and performance in educational activities and special education programs.
    • Serve as a member of the district intervention teams as appropriate; collaborate with faculty, staff and administrators in the formulation, development and implementation of educational and behavior intervention plans and related services, goals, objectives, strategies and options.
    • Provide consultation and technical assistance to faculty, administrators and others concerning assessment information and psychological, behavioral and related educational issues; provide detailed and technical information concerning related plans, programs, practices, procedures, techniques and strategies.
    • Write concise and detailed reports concerning psychological evaluations, tests, observations and diagnoses; prepare and distribute a variety of correspondence related to assigned caseload and psychological services; establish, maintain and update student records and files.
    • Assist with coordinating and participate in case conferences following student evaluations; coordinate psychology services, communications, information and interventions between students, faculty, administrators, school sites, outside agencies and others.
    • Make recommendations regarding eligibility and student placement in special education and various other programs; refer students and families to alternate district supports.
    • Serve as a technical resource for teachers, principals, school staff and parents concerning classroom adaptations for students; monitor student placement, services and accommodations to assure needs are being met.
    • Advise school staff, faculty and administrators regarding State and federal special education requirements related assessment.
    • Must demonstrate participation in and contributions to the goals of district cross functional teams and perform related duties as assigned by the Administrator to meet the particular needs of the building/unit.

    Essential Skills and Abilities

    • Ability to use technology for documentation and preparation of professional materials
    • Ability to prioritize tasks, allocate time, and maintain schedule flexibility

    If interested, please submit an updated cover letter, resume, and any additional supporting evidence to Sara Timm, Director of Special Education, at stimm@careeracademysb.com

  • Wednesday, April 27, 2022 2:36 PM | Anonymous

    School Psychologist (Grades PK -12)

    Position Purpose            
    Under the general supervision of the Director of Special Education/Designee, to assist students, teachers and parents in enabling students to derive the fullest potential educational experience from school by promoting positive self esteem and resilience, and providing suggested methods and plans for overcoming psychological or mental health problems.

    Essential Performance Responsibilities

    • Conducts psychological assessments, testing and diagnostic examinations of students for the purpose of recommending courses of action or corrective procedures to maximize learning and overcoming psychological issues.
    • Assists with the identification and planning for students.
    • Coordinates with administrators and other teaching staff members to ascertain individual student's abilities and needs, including students with special needs, and to familiarize stakeholders with psychological services.
    • Attends case conference meetings as needed for students with special needs.
    • Serves as a resource and consultant on mental health and child psychology, conducts in-service programs as requested.
    • Continues to acquire professional knowledge and learn of current developments in the educational field by attending seminars, workshops or professional meetings, or by conducting research, and by maintaining professional relationships.
    • Encourages parental involvement in students' education and ensures effective communication with students and parents.

    Additional Duties
    Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Director of Special Education/Designee.

    Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities.  It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility.

    Uses standard office equipment such as personal computers, printer, copy and fax machines, and telephone.
    Travel Requirements
    Travels to school district buildings and professional meetings as required.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Knowledge of child psychology principles, assessments, methods, behavior modification, etc., and current developments in child psychology.
    • Knowledge of data information systems, data analysis and the formulation of action plans.
    • Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws regarding education and students.
    • Ability to use computer network system and software applications as needed.
    • Ability to organize and coordinate work to meet legal deadlines.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with students and parents.
    • Ability to engage in self-evaluation with regard to performance and professional growth.
    • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work.

    Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards
    Works in standard office and school building environments.             

    Qualifications Profile

    • Indiana State Certification as a School Psychologist.
    • Motor Vehicle Operator's License or ability to provide own transportation.


    • Ed.S., Ph.D. or Psy.D in School Psychology

     Successful prior experience appropriate for employment as school psychologist.

  • Thursday, March 31, 2022 11:43 AM | Anonymous

    The Metropolitan School District of Warren Township (MSDWT) is excited to present you with the opportunity to join our family as a member of our school psychology team.  Our district provides competitive pay based on years of experience, a stipend to acknowledge the additional training school psychologists undergo, excellent benefits, the materials needed to complete all job functions, the opportunity to work closely with other building-based and district-based team members, and additional amenities.  Furthermore, MSD of Warren Township is committed to the following five focus areas:

    • Invest in relationships with families and the community
    • Invest in meeting the needs of the whole child
    • Invest in people
    • Invest in the future of our graduates
    • Invest in efficiencies

    We are seeking forward-thinking, growth-minded candidates that align with our core values and who can elevate our team’s abilities.  The primary goal for our school psychology team is to use their unique skills to have a larger impact on the district community.  This will be achieved through more progressive practices which will allow us to decrease caseload sizes and move beyond an evaluation-focused role.  This will provide school psychologists with more time to work alongside building based teams in the MTSS process and leading small group sessions.

    If you are interested in applying or learning more about our MSDWT or our school psychology team, please view our current openings online or contact Rachel Neese at rneese@warren.k12.in.us.  

  • Tuesday, March 29, 2022 4:11 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Our School Psychologist will work collaboratively with staff from multiple buildings as well as additional School Psychologist and Educational Diagnostician to: manage initial referrals and reevaluations, be an active member of the intervention team and participate in the development and implementation of Individualized Education Plans.

    Position Requirements:

    • Serve as liaison between school personnel and special education regarding assessment and shared professional responsibilities.
    • Maintain knowledge of all regulations (local, state, and federal) regarding psychological services.
    • Meet compliance timelines.
    • Monitor the referral, evaluation and placement process.
    • Serve as an active member of intervention teams in assigned schools.
    • Assist in the development of proactive measures for students.
    • Maintain confidentiality concerning student records and data.
    • Communicate with families in a timely and professional manner.
    • Participate in staff development programs.
    • Stay informed of current developments in the field of school psychology (consultation, research, and assessment).
    • Perform other duties as directed.

    Location: MSD of Martinsville Central Education Center. Martinsville, IN 46151

    Beginning Date: 2022-23 School Year

    Deadline for Filing Application: Open-ended

    Application Instructions:

    Interested applicants can contact Nate Dilley, Director of Special Education and apply online at MSD of Martinsville- School Psychologist Opening

    Documents Required: Resume, application, current license

    License Required: Fully licensed to provide psychological services in the state of Indiana 

    Contact Information: 

    Nate Dilley

    Director of Special Education

    MSD of Martinsville



  • Monday, March 28, 2022 10:18 AM | Anonymous

    School Psychologist Positions Announcement


    Earlywood Educational Services is pleased to announce that we are adding an additional School Psychologist to our team to lower caseloads! Join our fantastic team of School Psychologists beginning August, 2022. 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 1,200 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.

    We have a fabulous team of school psychologists and support progressive practices in the field through:

    • Utilization of Q-Interactive & other web & cloud-based assessments & scoring practices
    • Access to a wide variety of assessment tools
    • Frequent Professional Learning Communities with the other psychologists
    • Detailed procedures manual with accompanying forms and documents
    • Technology: Laptop, iPads, apps & software
    • Interventionists to assist in providing direct student skill development

    Salary & benefits are competitive with the surrounding area & commensurate with experience. The contract is for 184 days.

    Interested candidates should complete our online application process.

    Questions may be directed to Dr. Angie Balsley,  Executive Director, at abalsley@earlywood.org.

    *Interviews will be conducted as interest is received from qualified applicants. The position will remain open until we’ve identified candidates who meet our stringent selection criteria.

    Earlywood Educational Services practices equal opportunity in education and employment.

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