Columbia Public Schools has an opening for the 2019-20 school year for a School Psychologist. Psychological Examiner candidates will be considered as well. APPLY ONLINE AT https://columbia.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2849. Contact Dr. Molly Stebbins, Coordinator of School Psychological Services at MStebbins@cpsk12.org if you have additional questions.
This position is 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 and lead social skills groups for students with disabilities.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
All employees of the District are expected to adhere to the policies and regulations of the Board of Education, maintain appropriate certification and competencies necessary for the position, and demonstrate the values of the district at all times. For information on polices, regulations and values, visit http://www.cpsk12.org.
Reports To: Coordinator of Psychological Services for Special Services & Director of Special Services
Minimum: Graduate degree in school psychology or related field; Missouri certificate for K-12 School Psychologist
Preferred: NCSP certification preferred; previous experience as a school psychologist in the public schools preferred
Ideal candidate will have a professional and friendly demeanor with a demonstrated ability to work well with a variety of individuals in a fast-paced environment.
Successful candidates who hold the Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) credential are eligible for an annual $3,000 stipend.
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