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Raymore-Peculiar School District School Psychologist for the 2019-2020 school year

  • February 01, 2019 9:11 AM
    Message # 7141151
    Scott Crooks (Administrator)

    The Raymore-Peculiar School District is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of School Psychologist for the 2019-2020 school year.  The individual who is hired for this position will coordinate the District MTSS Framework and support District administration in its implementation, serve as a consultant to district staff and parents regarding student learning concerns including any social, emotional, or behavioral barriers, and assist in team planning and screening efforts at the District level. 

    Qualifications:  

    • Completion of a specialist, PhD or equivalent degree (minimum of 60 graduate semester hours) with a major emphasis in school psychology
    • Hold a current certification as a School Psychologist in Missouri through the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)
    • Completion of a planned program of practicum experiences and a supervised internship equivalent to one academic year, or a minimum of 1,200 hours
    • Previous experience in a public education system preferred

    Salary:  

    • $65,326 - $70,710 dependent on previous experience
    • 219 day work calendar  

    Benefits: 

    • District paid employee medical, dental, and life insurance (with option to purchase coverage for spouse, children, or family after 30 days of employment).
    • Employee option to purchase voluntary benefits including vision insurance, short term disability, long term disability and other supplemental insurance policies. 
    • 10 days Paid Time Off per year.
    • District matched retirement contribution to the Missouri Public School Retirement System.


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