Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Washington State Association of School Psychologists Fall Conference
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Hillsboro School District School Psychologist / 0.8 FTE / Student Services / Date Needed: ASAP / 10 month calendar / Temporary
General Duties Provide a wide range of evaluation and consultation services to assist in decisions relative to students with disabilities.
Required Qualifications • A valid State of Oregon Teaching License appropriate for the position • A minimum of Master's Degree in School Psychology • A valid Oregon Driver's license and reliable transportation for on the job travel • Training and experience in evaluation techniques and in working with students with disabilities, including but not limited to cognitive, academic, personality, social/emotional and behavioral assessments • Working knowledge of IDEA and 504 statutes, regulations, and procedures • The ability to follow oral and written instructions • Proficient of oral and written communication skills in English • The ability to effectively work and communicate with students, parents, and school personnel from diverse cultures or backgrounds • The ability to maintain integrity of confidential information relating to students, staff, or District patrons • The ability to work harmoniously with others • Proficient in the use of computer and Internet based applications, including but not limited to email and systems applications • The ability to learn new automated systems as they are brought online by the District • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred (bilingual is defined as fluency in reading, writing and speaking two languages as determined by District screening tool) • This position will be based out of Student Services in the Administration Center but will visit different schools regularly.
North Kitsap School District Provide services to children being assessed for eligibility for special education or eligible for special education.
Moses Lake School District Lead and facilitate evaluation teams, work collectively with assessment specialists, and support development of individual educational programming.
North Thurston Public Schools North Thurston Public Schools has 3.5 school psychologist FTE positions open, following new CBA language approving school psych caseloads of 1:800 general education students. Come join a collaborative and supportive psych team!
Cool (but not too cool for) School Psychologist
Snoqualmie Valley School District We are looking to fill some pretty big shoes at the Snoqualmie Valley School District (the psych leaving may or may not be posting this position). Picture yourself working in a small-ish school district with a pretty laid-back commute to/from Seattle/Bellevue, with the backdrop of Mount Si, some elk roaming around, and staff and students awaiting your expertise in MTSS and evaluation. At SVSD you have some flexibility in your role, supportive psych team and administration, and updated test kits! Did I mention the Psych team is pretty cool (not in a Seattle Freeze kind of way either)