School Psychologist (2018-2019 School Year)

Minimum Qualifications:
Must hold or be eligible for State of Delaware Certification
Special Education Preferred
Highly Qualified Status as per NCLB
At least three years of teaching experience
Working knowledge of response to intervention (RTI strategies).
Working knowledge of diagnostic procedures and instructional modification.
Clean Criminal Background Check, TB Test, and Child Protection Registry Clearance Must be completed prior to start of employment
Primary Duties:
Review referrals for individual evaluation to determine appropriate interventions; assess students when an individual evaluation is deemed appropriate; ensure that information is disseminated to the appropriate persons.
Administer appropriate tests for each student based on federal, state and local guidelines and the specific needs of the students.
Participate in IST/IEP meetings by providing suggested instructional interventions curriculum modifications and student accommodations.
Discuss the child's overall performance with the teacher, observe the concern student in regular education, write an observation report, choose and administer the appropriate test.
Write the school psychologist's portion of the written assessment report and see that other appraisal reports are incorporated into it before the teacher is notified that the report is completed.
Review each referral prior to assessment to make certain the student's records and IST/RTI information are complete, outside data has been requested and vision and hearing have been assessed.
Participate in the IST meeting to determine disability eligibility.
Observe all federal time lines for assessments and for written assessment reports.
Employ RTI problem solving model, foster and promote collegiality and team building.
Consult with personnel from outside agencies when needed.
Other related duties as may be required.
Application Procedure:
The following items must be completed by the closing date for interview consideration:
Current District Employees:
Complete online application, attach resume and apply for the positions you are interested in at www.irsd.net
Outside Applicants:
Complete online application, attach resume, college transcripts, certificates and four letters of references (done within the last year)
Location may change due to internal transfers
The Indian River School District reserves the right to extend or shorten the application and/or interview period, to modify job requirements, and to reject any or all application for reasonable cause.
The Indian River School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment or in educational programs, services or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disabilities, marital status, genetic information or Veteran Status.

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