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Available Positions for the 2015-16 School Year

  • December 10, 2014 10:42 AM
    Message # 3167730

    Post job openings for school psychologists and related positions for the 2015-16 school year. Please include location, duration of school year/contract, position responsibilities, and contact information as appropriate. 

    Last modified: December 10, 2014 10:49 AM | Scott Crooks
  • December 10, 2014 10:51 AM
    Reply # 3167751 on 3167730

    ***SAMPLE POST***

    The XXX School District/Agency is looking for a school psychologist for the 20XX-XX school year. We are able to provide XXX professional development opportunities. The contract is for 180 days and position responsibilities include XXX. Please contact XXXXX at XXX-XXX-XXXX.

    Thank you 

  • January 05, 2015 11:16 AM
    Reply # 3181291 on 3181280
    Molly Stebbins
    Molly Stebbins wrote:

    School Psychologist:  The Columbia Public Schools (CPS) in Missouri is seeking full-time School Psychologists for the 2015-2016 school year.  CPS is a 17,000+ pupil, pre-K to 12 district located in mid-Missouri (on I-70 midway between St. Louis and Kansas City).  The district employs more than 1,400 professionals with 19 elementary schools, 6 middle schools, 4 high schools, and an area vocational school providing educational opportunities for the Columbia community.  Columbia is a progressive town with a population of about 100,000; living costs are 5% below the national average.  Columbia's major industries include education and medicine (nine hospitals).  Columbia is home to two colleges as well as the University of Missouri with a total student population of over 32,000.  With the university atmosphere, Columbia has consistently been ranked as a desirable city in which to live.

    School psychologists in our district are primarily responsible for conducting multidisciplinary evaluations for special education eligibility.  In addition to this role, school psychologists also engage in consultation, conduct functional behavioral assessments, assist with creating behavior improvement plans, lead teams in data-based decision making, and provide guidance when building leaders express interest in response to intervention.  On a limited basis, school psychologists also provide individual counseling, lead social skills groups for students with disabilities, and conduct intelligence testing for our gifted programs.

    School psychologists must be well organized, attentive to detail, have excellent written and oral communication skills, and adhere to all state and federal laws pertaining to IDEA and 504.  Successful candidates must be well-versed in the assessment process including developing and carrying out appropriate evaluation plans for students with suspected disabilities.  School psychologists must be able to develop positive interpersonal relationships with students, parents/patrons, and educational staff.  Individuals in this position are also expected to participate in professional growth activities, to demonstrate a sense of professional responsibility, to effectively collaborate with building and district-wide personnel, and to follow the policies and procedures of the District.

    Successful candidates must have a graduate degree in school psychology and be certified as a K-12 School Psychologist in Missouri.  Experience as a school psychologist in the public schools and the NCSP are preferred.  Apply online at or contact Dr. Molly Stebbins, Coordinator of Psychological Services, at (573) 214-3461 for more information.  

  • February 13, 2015 2:26 PM
    Reply # 3225635 on 3167730
    Deleted user

    Special School District of St. Louis County MO is seeking full time school psychologists for the 15-16 school year.    

    Job Description: Consults with general and special education staff regarding development of programs to assure student access to the curriculum. Plans, organizes, coordinate, and implements the assessment of students to determine eligibility for special education services.  

    Prior diagnostic experience required (special education preferred), Missouri School Psychologist certification or eligibility for certification. Specialist in School Psychology preferred.

    For more info:  Please contact Special School District Human Resources (314-989-8211)

    Closing date for applications: Extended to June 30, 2015

    Interested applicants must apply online:

    Last modified: June 04, 2015 2:06 PM | Deleted user
  • March 03, 2015 9:41 AM
    Reply # 3240780 on 3167730
    Staci Henks

    School Psychologist: The Lee's Summit R-7 School District in Missouri is seeking full-time School Psychologists for the 2015-16 school year. 

    Purpose Statement

    The job of Psychologist is done for the purpose/s of measuring and interpreting the intellectual, adaptive, academic, social and emotional development of children; interpreting results of psychological studies; interpreting and applying state and federal codes; and developing strategies and interventions to address the special education needs of eligible students.
    This job reports to the Director and/or the Assistant Superintendent of Special Services

    Experience  Job related experience within a specialized field is required.
    Education  Master’s degree in job-related area.
    Certificates and Licenses
    Valid Driver's License & Evidence of insurability
    DESE School Psychologist Certification or
    License Issued by the Division of Professional Registration
    Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance

    Candidates must apply online at

  • March 30, 2015 4:12 PM
    Reply # 3274965 on 3167730

    The Columbia Public Schools is seeking school psychologists and psychological examiners for the 2015-2016 school year.  Please contact Dr. Molly Stebbins at (573) 214-3461 for more information.

  • May 01, 2015 10:48 AM
    Reply # 3324030 on 3167730
    Katie Neubauer

    School Psychologist or School Psychology Intern

    The Area Cooperative for Educational Support (ACES) is seeking applications for a school psychologist or school psychologist intern for the 2015-16 school year. Qualified applicants will have experience in administering evaluation measures and assisting in the identification and assessment of individual’s educational needs including social, emotional, behavioral and adaptive needs. Qualified personnel will assist member districts in determining eligibility for special education as well as planning appropriate programming for students identified as having special education needs. Proficiency in functional behavioral assessment and interpretation of standardized assessments is required. Master’s degree in psychology, social work or education required as well as formal training in the administration, scoring and interpretation of clinical assessments. The position is a full time, 9-month position and will remain open until a qualified candidate is found. 

    If interested please contact Tamara Lynn, ACES Director at or 660-582-3768.  The ACES website can be found here:

    If you have any questions about the availability of field supervision don’t hesitate to ask. 

    Please let me know if you have any questions about the posting, and thanks so much for making your students aware of this opportunity.


    Katie Neubauer

    Maryville RII School Psychologist

  • May 29, 2015 10:23 AM
    Reply # 3361931 on 3167730
    Deleted user


    The Grandview C-4 School District, a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri, is seeking a full time School Psychologist or Psychological Examiner, beginning with the 2015-16 school year.


    1. Certificate in School Psychology from the State of Missouri.
    2. Education Specialist degree in School Psychology.


    1. Certification in Special Education area from the State of Missouri.
    2. Master’s in Education in Special Education or Masters in Education in related field.




          Director of Special Services




          To assess children for possible eligibility under IDEA and collaborate with staff for best educational delivery.




    1. Assess students for possible eligibility under IDEA.
    2. Coordinate assessment plans with building SPED coordinators.
    3. Attend and facilitate SPED staffings and IEP meetings in conjunction with building SPED coordinator.
    4. Coordinate out-of-district placements and Ozanam.
    5. Attend out of district IEP (Individualized Education Plan) meetings and staffings as a representative of C-4.
    6. Keep abreast of best psychological and academic practices.
    7. Work with all staff in developing best practices for student services-including, but not limited to, in-services to staff on instructional strategies, Behavior Intervention Plan, Functional Behavior Assessment, Positive Behavior Support Plan, etc.
    8. Coordinate ordering of all assessment protocols annually.
    9. Assist on an equal basis with licensed social worker in identifying students that qualify as emotionally disturbed.
    10. Assist with SST teams as needed to develop best practices for student services.
    11. Perform others duties as assigned by the Director of Special Services and/or Building Principal.

    To apply, please follow the attached link:

    Last modified: September 19, 2015 11:32 AM | Scott Crooks
  • October 13, 2015 2:26 PM
    Reply # 3576005 on 3167730
    Liz DeBoer-MICHIGAN

    Allow me to introduce myself! My name is Liz DeBoer. I'm a special
    education supervisor with St. Joseph County ISD in Southwest Michigan.

    We are currently searching for a school psychologist for the 2015-2016
    school year. More detailed information is attached below. 

    Interested applicants are encouraged to complete an application
    through the website, 

    We can also offer a signing bonus to help with the costs of relocation.

    Thank you so much!



    Position Goal:

    The School Psychologist serves as a team member of diagnosticians in the special education evaluation process. The

    individual also provides strategies for student success to teachers, service providers, parents and administrators.


    1. Able to meet the requirements for School Psychologist as defined by the Michigan Department of Education.

    2. Must be able to lift 30 pounds.

    3. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

    4. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the ability to do the job.


    1. Provide School Psychological services to any pupil as outlined in Special Education Rules and Regulations.

    2. Collaborate with staff in planning educational intervention, curriculum, behavioral management, and teaching


    3. Consult, counsel, and collaborate with pupils, parents, school personnel, and appropriate outside personnel

    regarding mental health, behavioral and educational concerns utilizing psychological principles.

    4. Provide psychological evaluation for pupils referred as candidates for special education programs, and provide

    reports to the appropriate educational authority.

    5. Perform systematic direct observation of pupils.

    6. Administer tests, which may include intelligence, achievement, adaptive behavior, perceptual-motor, in addition

    to criterion referenced and curriculum-based assessments.

    7. Interpret and analyze psychological data for professionals, parents, pupils, and appropriate others.

    8. Collaborate in program planning and evaluation services for decision-making purposes.

    9. Practice in accordance with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Principles for

    Professional Ethics, and Professional Conduct Manual.

    10. Provide own transportation between assigned buildings and transport psychological assessment materials to

    these locations.

    11. Other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD Administration.

  • November 10, 2015 8:14 PM
    Reply # 3627285 on 3167730
    Deleted user

    Part Time School Psychologist or Examiner Positions: 

    Miriam: The Learning Disability Experts located in St. Louis is in need of part-time certified school psychologists or school examiners to provide testing in charter and private schools in the St. Louis area.  Perfect for retirees and professionals who have private practice or personal commitments that prohibit full-time employment.  School Psychologists pick their days/hours to work.   Five to 29 billable hours per week is available. Salary is competitive. Non-testing hours can be done from home.


    Contact :

    Beth Rose, MSW, LCSW Learning Center Director at 314-961-1500.  

    Miriam is the single largest providers of special education services for St. Louis Charter schools. 





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