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Mental Health Specialist at Santa Barbara County SELPA

About the Employer

SBCSELPA is a joint powers agency that provides oversight, guidance, training, and support to member local education agencies (LEAs), parents, guardians, and the community related to identifying and providing compliant, best practice Individualized Education Plan(IEP) Services to students with disabilities. SBCSELPA is a mandated agency by the California Department of Education that is responsible for implementation and oversight of the SBCSELPA Local Plan. The SBCSELPA Local Plan ensures that individuals with disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education as per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act PL 94-142 amended by PL 108-446 (Regulations 34CFR parts 300 and 301) and California Laws and Regulations (California Special Education Programs: A Composite of Laws Database). SBCSELPA is governed by a Joint Powers Agency (JPA) board comprised of superintendents from Local Education Agencies (LEAs)/districts in Santa Barbara County SELPA and the Santa Barbara County Superintendent of Instruction. SBCSELPA encompasses the 20 school districts, Santa Barbara County Education Office, and four charter schools.

Job Information

Date Posted: 7/11/2022 Application Deadline: 8/5/2022 11:55 PM Pacific
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 195 days
Salary: $82,808 - $100,893 annually Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Lindsay Macdonald Email: lmacdonald@sbcselpa.org
Phone: 805-683-1424

Job Summary

Job Summary

Under the direction of the SELPA Director, performs a variety of LEA/district and SBCSELPA office level mental health functions, to include consultation and training tasks relative to ensuring that students in special education with mental health IEP needs receive appropriate services. The SBCSELPA Mental Health Specialist also assists the SBCSELPA Director and member districts in case management and coordination of students placed in nonpublic school (NPS) residential treatment centers (RTCs).

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

• Master’s degree or Ph. D. in school or clinical psychology or counseling; LCSW or MFT • PPS Credential through the California Teacher Credentialing in School Psychology or School Counseling; licensure through BBS as a LEP, MFT or LCSW; licensure through the Board of Psychology as a Clinical Psychologist • Persons with dual licensure/credentialing or background in school psychology and clinical psychology, MFT or LCSW will be given preference

• SBCSELPA Mental Health Specialist Job Application • Resume • 2 Letters of Recommendation • 3 Letters of References

• Master’s degree or Ph. D. in school or clinical psychology or counseling; LCSW or MFT • PPS Credential through the California Teacher Credentialing in School Psychology or School Counseling; licensure through BBS as a LEP, MFT or LCSW; licensure through the Board of Psychology as a Clinical Psychologist • Persons with dual licensure/credentialing or background in school psychology and clinical psychology, MFT or LCSW will be given preference

• SBCSELPA Mental Health Specialist Job Application • Resume • 2 Letters of Recommendation • 3 Letters of References

      Comments and Other Information

      Website Links: www.sbcselpa.org Submit SELPA Mental Health Specialist job application, resume, references, and letters of recommendation to Lindsay MacDonald, SBCSELPA Office Manager at lmacdonald@sbcselpa.org

       


      Application Deadline

      8/5/2022 11:55 PM Pacific

      Date Posted

      7/11/2022

      Contact

      Lindsay Macdonald
      805-683-1424

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      $82,808 - $100,893 annually

      Length of Work Year

      195 days

      Employment Type

      Full Time