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  • Monday, October 18, 2021 12:41 PM | Anonymous

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Provide individual psychological and educational evaluation, assessment and conferencing for referred students; evaluate and identify student needs and participate in the development and implementation of educational and behavior intervention plans, services and strategies; participate in intervention assistance team functions; provide consultation and technical assistance to faculty, administrators and others concerning assessment information and academic and behavioral functions. 


    1. 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

    2. 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.

    3. 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.

    4. 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.

    5. 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.

    6. 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

    7. Make recommendations regarding eligibility and student placement in special education
    and various other programs; refer students and families to alternate district supports.

    8. 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.

    9. Advise school staff, faculty and administrators regarding State and federal special
    education requirements related assessment.

    10. 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.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 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. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to speak and hear. The employee is required to have dexterity of hands and fingers. The employee is required to sit or stand for extended periods of time. They may be occasionally required to bend at the waist, kneel or crouch. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job the incumbent is seated or walking at will and has limited physical labor. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Any combination equivalent to: master's degree in school psychology.  Must be properly licensed with the Indiana Department of Education: School Psychologist.

    Must have strong analytical, computer, and oral and written communication skills. Incumbents must possess advanced knowledge of specialized aspects, methods, processes, principles, practices, procedures and terminology used in assigned field. Incumbents must be licensed as a school psychologist by the Indiana Department of Education.

    Primary location: Special Education

    Salary Range: $57,583.00-$68,400.00/ Per Year

    Shift type: Full-Time

  • Wednesday, July 14, 2021 10:06 AM | Anonymous


    • Master’s Degree or higher
    • School Psychologist license
    • Varied school experiences
    • Good organizational skills and the ability to coordinate multiple tasks. 
    • Good communication skills and willingness to work collaboratively with others. 
    • Enjoys working with children and adults. 
    • Support the philosophy of Danville Community School Corporation

    Reports To:

    Director of Special Services


    Students as directed

    Position Goal:

    The School Psychologist will conduct psycho-educational evaluations in compliance with federal and state law, for those students referred.  Actively collaborate with educators, administrators, families and other health professionals in addressing the needs of all students and creating a safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment for all students and strengthen connections between home and school.  

    Performance Responsibilities:


    • Conduct screening of students involved in RTI
    • Conduct initial evaluations within state time lines, and assist in determining eligibility for special educations services
    • Conduct re-evaluations of students currently enrolled in special education programs, as deemed appropriate by case conference decision or requested by parent or school personnel
    • Conduct evaluations at the request of the Director of Special Education
    • Obtain release for information and request information.  Communicate with community agencies, hospitals, doctors, etc. to obtain background and/or current information, as needed
    • Prepare a written report for each student tested with reason for referral, social and developmental history, psycho-educational test results, data interpretation, summary and recommendations.  Reports should be completed and provided to parents, if requested, at least five (5) days prior to the case conference.  Assessments results may be shared with school personnel for preplanning purposes.  Copies of the report will be provided for the case conference committee
    • Participate as an active member of the case conference committee and the multi-disciplinary team.  Present and interpret both internal and external (if applicable) testing data to parents and school personnel.   Propose recommendations
    • Participate  in the development, implementation, and follow up of individual education plans (IEP) for students
    • Support and assist parents in understanding educational, emotional and social needs of their child in regards to his/her handicapping condition(s) and school services
    • Participate in annual case reviews and transition plan development as needed
    • Assist with evaluations of ESL students as needed

    Collaboration with Schools:

    • Participate, assist, monitor and/or collaborate on general education intervention plans.
    • Assume all other duties and responsibilities that are appropriate as assigned by the Building Administrator or Director of Special Education.
    • Performs other such duties as assigned by the building principal or Superintendent.

    Physical Demands:

    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. 

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, use of hands to handle, or feel objects, reach with hands and arms.

    The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 35 pounds routinely, 36-49 pounds occasionally, and 50 plus pounds with team assistance.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.        

    **This is a 120 day position per school year.**

  • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 10:46 AM | Anonymous

    New Albany-Floyd County Schools is located in southern Indiana, less than 10 minutes from downtown Louisville, KY.  We serve 1 early learning center, 9 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 high schools. We also serve 4 private schools. We have a team of 5 school psychologists. We work at 215 calendar and are on administrator pay. 

    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.

    Link to application https://nafcs.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=433

  • Thursday, July 08, 2021 3:28 PM | 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.

    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.

    Date Posted: July 8, 2021

    *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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