SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST

Windham Southeast Supervisory Union

Brattleboro, Vermont

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Windham Southeast Supervisory Union School Psychologist 2020-2021 School Year Windham Southeast Supervisory Union is looking for motivating, engaging, and diverse educators and encourages all who are interested in diversity, equity and social justice to consider working with us. We are searching for a School Psychologist who is passionate about working with young people and helping them to prepare for the future. WSESU is seeking a school psychologist to be part of the WEST (Windham Evaluation Support Team) which is responsible for evaluation to determine eligibility for special education services. The School Psychologist will work with multi-disciplinary teams to administer psychological tests, develop comprehensive evaluation outcomes to determine special education eligibility and define student learning needs, and support IEP teams to communicate evaluation outcomes with parents/families. Knowledge of trauma-informed practices and positive behavior supports is desired as well as experience evaluating students with low-incidence disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Qualified candidates must have Vermont Agency of Education licensure as a School Psychologist (or be eligible for reciprocity), a Master’s Degree in School Psychology or Psychology with certificate of advanced study in school psychology or equivalent and 2-5 years of experience in school settings. Please send a letter of interest, resume and three letters of recommendation to: Marisa Duncan-Holley, Director of Special Education 53 Green Street Brattleboro, VT 05301
  • Job Categories : Special Education > Educational Diagnostician
    Student Services > Educational Diagnostician
    Student Services > Psychologist
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