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  • Tuesday, May 15, 2018 9:20 AM | Anonymous

    Earlywood Educational Services is pleased to announce an opening on our fantastic team of School Psychologists beginning in August 2018. Earlywood is a special education cooperative serving six school Greenwood Community Schools between two buildings.

    The psychologists will work closely with Greenwood administration and teachers to monitor data and provide early intervention as well as conduct multi-disciplinary team assessments and consider eligibility for special education. The schools have a strong commitment to continual enhancement and improvement of instructional and behavioral support practices and they value the expertise of the school psychologist in this endeavor.

    The Earlywood team of psychologists has been engaging in visionary work with MTSS to continue our solid practice addressing students' academic needs while also making improvements to serve students' behavioral and mental health needs as well. We're developing a comprehensive system that will provide for a systematic implementation of evidence-based practice and data analysis around BOTH the academic and behavioral support needs of our students.

    We have a fabulous team of school psychologists and support progressive practices in the field through:

    • Utilization of Q-Interactive & other web & cloud-based assessments & scoring practices.
    • Access to a wide variety of assessment tools
    • Frequent Professional Learning Communities with the other psychologists
    • Detailed procedures manual with accompanying forms and documents
    • Technology: Laptop, iPads, apps & software
    • Interventions to assist in providing direct student skill development
    Salary and benefits are competitive with the surrounding area & commensurate with experience. The contract is for 184 days and begins in August 2018.

    Want to learn more? Please submit a resume/vitae and a letter of interest to Angie Balsley, Executive Director, at abalsley@earlywood.org

    *Interviews will be conducted as interest is received from qualified applicants. The position will remain open until we've identified a candidate who meets our stringent selection criteria.


  • Thursday, April 26, 2018 2:13 PM | Anonymous

    Greencastle Community School Corporation is accepting applications for a school psychologist, beginning August 2018. Interns may be considered.

    Greencastle is located in west central Indiana, with convenient access to Indianapolis and Terre Haute. GCSC serves approximately 1,900 P-12 students in five buildings. The school psychologist is actively involved in pre-referral teams, individual and systems consultation, and psychoeducational assessment, with ample opportunity for role flexibility. Please refer to the position posting here or contact Kim Sullivan, Director of Special Services (765-653-9771, x120; ksullivan@greencastle.k12.in.us) for more information.

  • Thursday, April 19, 2018 10:42 AM | Anonymous

    The psychologist will work closely with Danville administration and teachers to monitor data and provide early intervention as well as conduct multi-disciplinary team assessments and consider eligibility for special education. The schools have a strong commitment to continual enhancement and improvement of instructional and behavioral support practices and they value the expertise of the school psychologist in this endeavor.

    ED.S.-Educational Specialisit License required.

    Our team of school psychologists support progressive practices in the field through:

    • Utilization of Q-Interactive & other web & cloud-based assessments & scoring practices
    • Access to a wide variety of assessment tools
    • Frequent Professional Learning Communities with the other psychologists
    • Detailed procedures manual with accompanying forms and documents
    • Technology: Laptop, iPads, apps & software
    • Interventionists to assist in providing direct student skill development
    Days/Hours: 120 days per year
    Salary: Commensurate with experience 
    Starting date: August 6, 2018
    Contact: Kelly Lacey, Director of Special Services
    klacey@danville.k12.in.us
    Posting Closure: Until filled


     ALL INTERNAL CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION Danville Community School Corporation does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, gender, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its educational programs or activities. 

  • Monday, April 16, 2018 3:18 PM | Anonymous

    The Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn (ROD) Special Education Cooperative has an opening for School Psychologist for the 2018-2019 school year.

    ROD is a special education cooperative that provides special education and related services in eight school districts which are comprised of the Community School Districts of Batesville, Jac-Cen-Del, Milan, South Ripley, Rising Sun-Ohio County, Lawrenceburg, South Dearborn, and Sunman-Dearborn. Our main office is located in quaint, peaceful Sunman, Indiana, just 45 minutes from bustling downtown Cincinnati and 60 minutes from Indianapolis, just off of I74.

    In addition to the regular salary, School Psychologists receive a $3,500 yearly stipend and new hires are eligible for up to $2,000 signing bonus. Contact Dr. Brewer for details!

    Responsibilities:

    • Serve as the coordinator for initial referrals and re-evaluations
    • As the primary evaluator, utilize current evaluation techniques to identify special education eligibility
    • Prepare comprehensive evaluation reports summarizing evaluation findings and recommendations for case conferences
    • Serve as a member of school building teams to problem solve interventions for academic and behavioral concerns
    • Communicate effectively with parents, students, and school personnel
    • Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments
    • Provide additional services to schools, parents, and students to support IEP goals
    • Carry out additional duties outlined in the School Psychologist Job Description

    Job Qualifications:

    • License or ability to obtain license as a School Psychologist.
    •  Active driver’s license as driving to schools and conferences is a requirement.

    Salary and Benefits:

    • The salary and benefits are set by the current collective bargaining agreement
    • 185 day contract
    • Mileage is reimbursed at the federal rate.

    Application Requirements:

    The position is posted on the ROD website www.rodspecialeducation.org

    Direct inquiries can be made to: Dr. Alex Brewer by email at abrewer@rodspecialed.org or by phone at 812-623-2212. 

    Letters of Interest may be mailed to:

    Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn (ROD) Special Education Cooperative

    Attention:  Dr. Alex Brewer

    925 N. Meridian Street, Suite 100

    Sunman, Indiana  47041

    Deadline:  Open until filled

  • Wednesday, April 04, 2018 12:17 PM | Anonymous

    The Wabash River Special Services Cooperative has openings for two full-time School Psychologists in the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.  WRSSC is a Special Education Cooperative serving seven rural Indiana school corporations located within Fountain, Parke, Vermillion, and Warren counties.  Applicant must have or be qualified to obtain licensure as a School Psychologist from the Indiana Department of Education. School Psychologist candidates seeking internship opportunities may also apply.

     

    Contact: Jill Coffing, Director of Special Education

    Phone: 765-231-3180 ext.12

    e-mail: jcoffing@wrssc.org

  • Sunday, March 25, 2018 4:50 PM | Kim Williams (Administrator)

    Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation is pleased to announce an opening for the 2018-2019 school year on our collaborative team of School Psychologists. Three full-time school psychologists currently provide services for approximately 7,000 students, including an innovative inclusive preschool program, five elementary buildings, a middle school, high school with two alternative programs, and two non-public schools. With continued growth in the Whiteland/Greenwood area, our school psychologists look forward to the addition of a fourth colleague.

    CPCSC emphasizes a collaborative environment in which our psychologists work closely with administration and staff to develop and implement best practices that meet the needs of our students. Responsibilities include participation in school-based problem solving teams, consultation, assessment/conferencing, delivering professional development, and opportunities to work on committees designated to address specific needs.

    Clark-Pleasant psychologists currently have access to:

    • Q-Interactive, Q-Global, PARiconnect and X-BASS assessment tools
    • A library of assessments and technology, including laptops, iPads, apps, and software
    • Participation in Professional Learning Communities
    • Multiple opportunities for professional development and growth
    • Balanced calendar - two week breaks (Fall, Winter, and Spring)
    • Participation in team autism evaluations (ADOS-2 administration)
    • Collaboration with Program Support personnel, building-based Instructional Coaches, and building-level and central office administration
    • Shared decision making in determining professional procedures and practices

    For more information contact Julie Wolfe, Assistant Director of Special Education, at jwolfe@cpcsc.k12.in.us or to apply online visit cpcsc.k12.in.us.


  • Monday, March 05, 2018 9:12 AM | Anonymous

    The South Bend Community School Corporation is currently accepting applicants for a full time School Psychologist position for the 2018-19 school year.  We are seeking qualified candidates to join our dedicated team, serving our urban school district of approximately 18,000 students.   Interested applicants should contact Kristin Harges at 574-393-6119 or kharges@sb.school. 

    Online Application

  • Wednesday, February 28, 2018 2:28 PM | Anonymous

    Earlywood Educational Services is pleased to announce an opening on our fantastic team of School Psychologists beginning in August, 2018. Earlywood is a special education cooperative serving six school districts just south of Indianapolis. The psychologist for this position will be working full-time in Greenwood Community Schools in two K-5 elementary buildings. The combined enrollment for the two buildings is currently 858.

    The psychologist will work closely with Greenwood administration and teachers to monitor data and provide early intervention as well as conduct multi-disciplinary team assessments and consider eligibility for special education. The schools have a strong commitment to continual enhancement and improvement of instructional and behavioral support practices and they value the expertise of the school psychologist in this endeavor.

    We have a fabulous team of school psychologists and support progressive practices in the field through:

    • Utilization of Q-Interactive & other web & cloud-based assessments & scoring practices
    • Access to a wide variety of assessment tools
    • Frequent Professional Learning Communities with the other psychologists
    • Detailed procedures manual with accompanying forms and documents
    • Technology: Laptop, iPads, apps and software
    • Interventions to assist in providing direct student skill development

    Salary & benefits are competitive with the surrounding area & commensurate with experience. The contract is for 184 days and begins in August, 2018.

    Want to learn more? Please submit a resume/vitae and a letter of interest to Angie Balsley, Executive Director, at abalsley@earlywood.org

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