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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.

  • Tuesday, June 23, 2020 1:45 PM | Anonymous

    School Psychologist (Grades 6-12)

    Park Tudor is an independent school in Indianapolis, Indiana that takes pride in upholding a tradition of academic excellence that began in 1902. As a college preparatory school for children ages 3 through grade 12, we provide an exceptional learning environment where children are encouraged to explore opportunities, exceed expectations, and expand possibilities.  Small class sizes, a safe and caring atmosphere, and numerous extracurricular activities that include the arts and athletics, ensure that each child at Park Tudor receives a unique educational experience catered to his or her individual passions.

    Mission Statement

    To create an inspiring college-preparatory learning environment, with exceptional educators and extraordinary opportunities, that prepares and motivates students to become balanced, confident, and resourceful lifelong learners.

      Core Values:

    Integrity         Intellectual Engagement          Resourcefulness          Respect            Responsibility

    Job Description:

    Park Tudor is currently seeking an experienced, dynamic, and collaborative School Psychologist for the 2020-2021 school year. The School Psychologist provides comprehensive school psychological services and intervention support, with a particular focus on early intervention and supporting teacher differentiation strategies. The School Psychologist has shared responsibility for programmatic recommendations and decision making regarding students' educational, social, emotional, and behavioral needs. This position will serve both the Middle School and Upper School divisions.

    Essential Responsibilities:

    Essential functions include the following:

    • Serves and collaborates with students in grades 6 through 12, parents, faculty, staff and administration.
    • Provides guidance and leadership to the faculty as they work with students who have specific learning needs and works directly with students to help them understand their learning strengths and weaknesses.
    • Consults on interventions and supports the subsequent steps that must be taken to implement.
    • Communicates with parents and outside clinicians as needed to facilitate success in school.
    • Provides expertise in the areas of student and teacher support, learning differences and differentiation, learning accommodations, mental health, testing (both student evaluation and school-wide testing), and other related areas within the division.
    • Serves as initial contact for referrals regarding educational evaluation and interventions designed to support student learning and student success (e.g., tutoring, academic coaching, etc.).
    • Conducts and completes school (neuro) psychological evaluations in a prompt and professional manner.
    • Conducts and completes observations of students displaying academic or behavioral difficulties and helps assess their learning strengths and challenges.
    • Coordinates the development and writing of learning plans, including student accommodations, with long-term goals and specific objectives.
    • Ensures timely communication with parents on issues concerning students’ learning, social, and emotional needs.
    • Participates in classroom instruction designed to assist students in the development of effective executive functioning skills by providing tools to foster self-management. 
    • Maintains confidential student records and keeps accurate documentation of sessions, meetings, and assessments.
    • Ensures there are regular written student-progress reports to the school and parents with assessment results and recommendations of diagnostic testing and remedial programs for learning-related issues.
    • Provides formal and informal training for staff and parents, and psychoeducational programming in the classroom directly with students.
    • Oversees and coordinates Upper School tutors (faculty and non-faculty) and peer tutoring for the campus.
    • Participates in regularly-scheduled Upper School Department meetings and Student LearningServices meetings.
    • Facilitates and attends regularly scheduled Student Strategies meetings with each grade level teaching team.
    • Serves as a member of the Crisis Intervention Team.
    • Manages and facilitates testing accommodations for the Upper School (exams, College Board or other standardized testing platforms).
    • Attends teacher meetings, training sessions, professional development and faculty meetings.
    • Engages in continuing professional development in order to stay informed of current legal requirements, procedures, research, and techniques in the field.
    • Complies with school rules and regulations.
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Learning Services and/or Upper School Director.

    Qualification Requirements:

    Education: An advanced degree and Indiana State License are required; a background in neuropsychology is preferred.

    Experience: Experience working in a school setting with students in grades 6-12. Independent school experience preferred but not required.

    Required Qualifications: 

    • Experience working in a school setting with students in grades 6-12
    • Student-centered
    • Highly collaborative
    • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
    •  Proficient in core technological competencies
    • Adapt quickly to new technologies adopted by the school
    • Ability to assess situations accurately
    •  Sound decision-making
    • Professionalism with and amongst all constituencies
    • Growth mindset and a commitment to professional development
    • Willingness to engage in all aspects of the Park Tudor community while promoting and supporting the School’s mission, vision, and values

    Park Tudor School offers excellent pay and a comprehensive benefit package. Our professional development focuses on Mind, Brain, and Education research and application, Equity and Inclusion, and Community Engaged Learning. Professional development opportunities are also available for participation in conferences, workshops, and membership in professional organizations. Park Tudor is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Those who would add to the diversity of our staff are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to hr@parktudor.org and complete the online job application.

    For more information regarding Park Tudor School, consult the Park Tudor web site at www.parktudor.org.

  • Wednesday, June 10, 2020 3:01 PM | Anonymous


    The specific caseload assignment will be determined based on the selected candidate and other factors. Perry Township is an urban/suburban school district on the southside of Indianapolis.  It is the second-fastest growing district in the state serving over 16,000 diverse students.

    Position Purpose

    School Psychologists in Perry Township collaborate with school professionals and family members to promote a safe, supportive, and effective learning environment for all students.  They work to address barriers and support the success of students academically, socially, behavioral, and emotionally.

    Essential Functions

    School psychologists in the district participate in prevention, intervention, systems-level change and support, and progress monitoring activities as appropriate within assigned schools.  They also serve as the leader of a multidisciplinary team responsible for conducting comprehensive educational evaluations, writing reports, and participating in case conferences following federal and state laws, deadlines, and local procedures.  School psychologists in Perry Township apply best practices and work to maintain positive and collaborative relationships with school professions, families, and students.

    To apply

    Please feel free to reach out to Jessie Shacklette, School Psychologist Supervisor, at jshacklette@perryschools.org directly for more information.  To apply go to: http://www.perryschools.org/departments/human-resources/employment-opportunities/

  • Tuesday, June 09, 2020 12:05 PM | Anonymous

    Employment to begin as of:  August 11, 2020

    Position Title:      School Psychologist

    Grade Levels:      Prek-12

    Education and Experience: Master’s Degree in School Psychology and Certification as a School Psychologist

    General Description of Position Duties: 

    • Complete referral requests for potential special education services
    • Develop academic, behavioral and social/emotional interventions for students
    • Participate in multi-disciplinary case conference team meetings
    •  Collaborate with other school psychologists and team members
    • Adhere to rules and regulations of IDEA and Article 7
    • Provide support for teachers and building teams in determining student needs and implementing researched based interventions, participate student RTI/MTSS team meetings
    •  Participate in further developing the district’s RTI/MTSS process
    • Provide consultation and training to school staff and parents, and serve as a resource
    • Demonstrate ability to gather and interpret data to assist with IEP development

    Work Environment: Join a team of school psychologists who are school-based and a key part of MTSS and intervention planning. NACS is growing each year and remains one of the top-ranked districts in the state. There is a collaborative spirit with all staff working together with parents to meet the academic and social/emotional needs of each student.

    At NACS school psychologists are valued for their expertise in such areas as:

    • Comprehensive knowledge of universal screeners, diagnostic tools, and progress monitoring for behavior and academics.
    • Dyslexia screening, evaluation, and corporation procedures
    • Preschool-12 evaluation and programming
    • Staff and Parent consultation
    • Legal issues related to IDEA and Article 7
    • Providing 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 MTSS process.
    • Continually seeking professional development in areas of need and interest

    Please complete the application through the Northwest Allen County Schools website. Northwest Allen County Schools a growing school district located in Fort Wayne, IN. You can find the link to apply online under the Employment tab. www.nacs.k12.in.us

    For application assistance or more information, please contact the NACS Director of Special Education:

    Kate Johanningsmeier


    (260) 637-3155

  • Tuesday, May 19, 2020 2:40 PM | Anonymous

    Crawfordsville Community School Corp. School Psychologist Opening

    Please submit resume, recommendation letters, and CCSC application packet (Go to Human Resources tab on website and click on Employment) to Amy Selby, Director of Special Education aselby@cville.k12.in.us 

    Job Description: Complete duties and serve as a School Psychologist for WCISSC participating schools. 

    Job Requirements:

    • Support the vision and direction of the West Central Indiana Special Services Cooperative and participating schools.
    • Collaborative and consultative approaches with a variety of individuals to support individuals with exceptional needs and their families.
    • 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. 
    • Effective analyzer of multiple forms of data, input, evidence, instructional data, research, and professional knowledge to inform decision making and professional practice.
    • Practice professional ethics, standards, and policies by upholding laws, regulations, and policies that influence professional practice including Article 7 and WCISSC policies and procedures.
    • Work collaboratively with assigned school personnel, ability to maintain flexibility while service multiple assignments.
    • Coordinate resources as a collaborative team member in providing comprehensive multidisciplinary team evaluations to students PK-12 to inform eligibility, service, and programming decisions.
    • Conduct diagnostic evaluations, provide timely a written report, and participate in Case Conference Committee meetings to interpret evaluation results and assist the committee in determining eligibility and appropriate educational programming.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of universal screeners, diagnostic tools, and progress monitoring for behavior and academics.
    • Assist with the creation of FBA’s, BIP’s and model appropriate interventions as necessary.
    • Participate on intervention team(s) for at-risk students considered for evaluation
    • 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 process.
    • Maintain compliance with the requirements of Article 7, IDEA, and other applicable regulations. 
    • Participate in regularly scheduled meetings within WCISSC and districts. 
    • 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. 
    • Perform duties related to Medicaid Reimbursement. 
    • Other duties as deemed necessary by the Director of Special Education

    Certification Requirements or Job Qualifications: 

    • Current Indiana School Services License in School Psychology
    • Master’s Degree plus additional coursework or Educational Specialist
    • Exceptional written, oral, and organizational skills and abilities 
    • Possess excellent communication skills in interpretation of evaluation results to parents, school staff, students, teachers and administrators
    Position Start Date: July 30, 2020

    Contact Information: (Name, Address, Phone, Fax, Email)

    Amy Selby, WCISSC Director of Special Education

    305 E. Chestnut Street Crawfordsville, IN 47933

    Phone: 765-3624022

    Fax: 765-364-3243

    Email: aselby@cville.k12.in.us 

  • Friday, May 01, 2020 10:12 AM | Anonymous


    Employment to begin as of:  August 6, 2020

    Position Title:      School Psychologist

    Grade Level:      Prek-12

    Teaching Certificate Required: Master’s Degree in School Psychology

    Previous Teaching Experience Required:  Experience working in school settings

    General Description of Position Duties:  Attend M-Teams, Complete referral requests for potential special education services, work as a team member, develop interventions, and provide support to all stakeholders, follows rules and regulations of IDEA and Article 7, demonstrate ability to collect and interpret data and support IEP development.

    Special Skills, Training or Aptitudes Required or Desired:  Experience and skill set to provide formulations as to the root cause of learning issues and interventions to resolve.

    Position Will Be with 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: Tracey Shriver at shrivert@leb.k12.in.us or 765-483-3090

    Application Period Closes: June 19, 2020                           

    A complete application must include:

    • Completed Teacher Application Form
    •  Professional credentials from university/college
    • Complete, current college transcript (all to be supplied by applicant)


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