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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, on the IASP Facebook page, and in the twice a month e-blast sent to members. 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, our Chapter Administrator, at tdickerson@thecorydongroup.com.


  • Monday, January 27, 2020 1:10 PM | Anonymous

    School Psychologist Description Qualifications: License as school psychologist.  Must have an understanding of state and federal regulations serving individuals with disabilities (Indiana Administrative Code, Article 7, IDEA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, ADA, Title Programs).

    Responsibilities:  

    • 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 a 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. 
    • He/She shall remain free of any alcohol or non-prescribed controlled substance in the workplace through his/her employment in the Corporation.

    Any other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Services or Superintendent.

    Shift Type Full-Time

    Salary Code Per Year

    Job Category Special Education

    External Job Application Certified

    Internal Job Application Certified

    Location Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools

    Posting Status Active

    Job Application Timeframes

    Internal Start Date 01/22/2020

    General Start Date 01/22/2020

    Internal End Date 02/21/2020

    General End Date 02/21/2020

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  • Monday, January 20, 2020 5:04 PM | Anonymous

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

    School Psychologist

    Date Posted: January 16, 2020

    Closing Date: Until Filled

    Starting Date: TBD

    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:

    Melissa Burton Director of Student Learning

    Batesville Community School Corporation

    812-934-2194

    mburton@batesville.k12.in.us

    Responsibilities:

    • 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.


  • Tuesday, January 14, 2020 3:26 PM | Anonymous

    JOB SUMMARY: With consultation of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department Chairperson and/or the Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences (SOLAS), an Assistant Professor of Psychology is responsible for various tasks: 

    •  Providing instruction at the undergraduate and graduate level 
    • This includes developing syllabi prior to the beginning of the semester, teaching classes, and consistently assessing students’ understanding of content and skill mastery 
    • Carrying an advising load, as assigned by the department chairperson 
    • Maintaining at least 8 office hours per week, and post these at the beginning of each semester 
    • Following the Boyer Model for scholarship 
    • Serving the University in various capacities (e.g., committees) 
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Department Chairperson or Dean, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences 
    • Adhere to all university academic and employment policies identified in the Employee and Faculty handbooks and academic catalogs

    This is a tenure track position.  

    USF WAY:  University of Saint Francis (USF) employees demonstrate a commitment to the University’s mission and support of its Catholic and Franciscan traditions. Employees provide the intellect, empathy and ability to serve our students and community. The USF Way of serving is a source of pride for many employees. To provide a consistently high level of quality experience across our university, we provide the following service expectations for all employees. These standards have been tailored by position and responsibilities, and are incorporated into performance evaluations.  


    Standard #1: Provide opportunities for conversations, prayer and reflection. 

    Standard #2: Utilize best practices in communication and service.  

    1. Apply care to your words and deeds to ensure respect for others. 
    1. Commit to follow through without exception and with quality. 
    1. Offer additional assistance after serving as in, “How else may I assist you?” 
    1. Respond promptly, whether in person, via phone, or email. 

    Standard #3: Recognize and celebrate milestones and achievements. 

    Standard #4: Use resources wisely and support green initiatives. 

     

     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 

    Education  

    • Doctoral degree in School Psychology with licensure preferred 
    • Doctoral degree (e.g., PhD or PsyD) in related areas of Psychology considered 

    Experience   

    • Experience working as a faculty member in higher education preferred 
    • Experience working as a school psychologist preferred 

    Knowledge and Skills  

    • Demonstrates an understanding of educational theory, instructional methods, evaluation techniques, and use of technology typically utilized in higher education in a classroom setting 
    • Demonstrates analytical and organizational skills necessary to plan, implement, and evaluate educational activities to assure compliance with established teaching goals and objectives 
    • Demonstrates strong interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written, necessary to interact effectively with all university constituents 
    • Works with a broad group of interests from the various stakeholders 
    • Conducts and/or participates in research with colleagues, students, and/or community stakeholders 

    Licenses or certifications  

    • School Psychology licensure preferred 
    • Licensed Psychologist with HSPP in Indiana preferred  

    In order for your application to be considered, please apply through our website at hr.sf.edu.

    Applications through other venues are NOT accepted and will be re-directed to apply on our website.


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