Due to expanding behavior needs in school districts, and the implementation of MTSS in several school districts, ESU 8 is expanding the psychology department in 2019-2020.
The school psychologist will provide broad based psychological services to schools. These services will include (but are not limited to): data collection and analysis; progress monitoring; consultation and collaboration; academic/learning interventions; behavior interventions; assessments of students; lead MDT meetings; assist with Response to Intervention/Multi-tiered systems of support; emotional, educational, cognitive, and behavioral needs; participate on crisis response teams; assist with coordinating services among community, schools, and families to meet students’ needs, etc. In addition, work with the ESU 8 School Psychologist team to provide professional development opportunities for educators in positive behavior supports and academic interventions.
Salary based on education and experience. Start date is August 1, 2019. Excellent fringe benefit package.