Provides psychological services to general education students and students with disabilities; conducts psycho-educational assessments to assist in determining eligibility for special education services and the development of educational programs; consults with school personnel, parents and others concerned with the progress of students; provides individual and group counseling services. When qualified, provides such services in the student's primary language or to deaf children using communication skills for the deaf when appropriate.
An earned master's degree or advanced degree of equivalent standard from a regionally accredited college or university. Candidates must also possess a Pupil Personnel Services Credential authorizing service as a school psychologist.
For information regarding employment in Psychological Services, please contact Sergio Aviles, Administrative Coordinator, at Sergio.email@example.com, Beth Stoller, Administrative Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or Randy Murphy, Talent Acquisition Specialist, at email@example.com. The District accepts School Psychologist applications continuously throughout the year .If you would like information regarding how to become a paid or an unpaid INTERN, please contact Susan Mora, Intervention Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Qualified candidates are invited to complete the online application.RELATED WEBSITESSPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER CONTACT INFORMATION