Position: School Psychologist
Status: 1.0 FTE
Location: Parkside Elementary School & Hanover Elementary School
License: MN PreK – 12 School Psychologist License / Interns Considered
Beginning: As Agreed Upon
Deadline for Application: 01/30/2024 Or Until Filled
School Psychologist Job Description:
The Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose District is “The Place to Believe, Dream, and Achieve!”
We are looking for a passionate and empathetic professional to join our excellent team of school psychologists.
Whether you are looking to get started in the field as an intern or go after a mid-career change, District 877 offers the opportunity to engage on a deeper level with meeting the needs of students, families, and teachers.
School Psychologist job activities include:
Cultivating relationships and working toward a deeper understanding of barriers to each student’s academic, emotional, or social needs.
- Provide crisis prevention and response on a continuing and as needed basis.
- Participate and guide data collection and tiered intervention implementation as part of a Child Find team process.
- Consult and collaborate with teachers, parents, and caregivers to promote students’ academic achievement, positive behavior, and mental health
- Evaluate students to determine need and eligibility for special services and supports.
- Administer culturally appropriate psychological assessments as part of an interdisciplinary team of professionals.
- Prepare evaluation results reports and provide options for actionable recommendations based on evaluation results.
- Participate in District-supported professional development throughout the school year.
- Support intervention teams at various levels as needed, with a commitment to evidence-based practices, and data-based decision-making within an ever-evolving Multi-Tiered System of Supports.
- Provide support and advocacy for diverse and marginalized youth and students with disabilities.
- Promote the safety and well-being of all students in our schools through daily dedication to the compassionate, child-centered application of best practices.
- Facilitate the coordination of pulling staff together and then the discussion for addressing the needs of at-risk students in intervention planning process
- Complete standardized and non-standardized assessments as part of student’s Special Education evaluations
- Compile information from all elements of the evaluation to summarize the data and discuss student eligibility, as well as identify student needs that will drive their IEP
- Participate in IEP meetings, as requested by case managers, for support related to behavioral needs or other related concerns.
- Knowledge & background with due process requirements
- Experience with completing standardized assessments (i.e., cognitive, behavior rating scales, adaptive measures, etc.)
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong writing skills
- Strong communication skills
- Strong collaboration skills
See why BHM Schools is the place to dream, believe and achieve. From early childhood, to kindergarten to graduation and to adulthood, the BHM School District provides a variety of opportunities for every age. Click HERE or visit our website at www.bhmschools.org to view a short video about our district.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants interested in this position must complete an application online by visiting our district website at www.bhmschools.org.> District> Employment> Current Openings & Online Application. If you previously applied with BHM Schools and wish to update your application materials, login to AppliTrack and select ‘edit.’ If you need technical support please visit applitrack.com/apphelp for answers to frequently asked application questions or ‘submit a request‘ to AppliTrack for assistance with your application. When completing your application, please be sure to upload a 300 dpi or smaller, black/white copy in either .pdf or .doc (Word) copy of your:
- Cover letter
- 3 letters of recommendation
- All transcripts
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