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Psychologist, Special Education (Intern) 8-23-24 at Tustin Unified School District

Application Deadline

Until Filled

Date Posted
4/6/2023
Number of Openings
Not Specified
Add'l Salary Info
Stipend pay: $8,000 for the 23/24 school year
Length of Work Year
2023/2024
Employment Type
Hours
30-35 hours per week arranged with supervisor

About the Employer

The mission of the Tustin Unified School District, a learning community rich in heritage and committed to a tradition of excellence, is to ensure that each student optimizes individual achievement through an educational system characterized by challenging and exciting curricula and inspiring personalized instruction, in partnership with our dynamic and involved communities.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

To apply for this position, you must complete an Edjoin online application which includes the following: • Letter of introduction, attention to Amy Lambert, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Special Education • Resume • Three current letters of recommendation • Enrollment in a School Psychology Program from an accredited college or university • Completion of coursework in psychoeducational testing, counseling, classroom/Behavioral management • Completion or anticipated completion of Master's Degree • Transcripts • Fingerprint clearance from FBI & DOJ • Proof of negative tuberculosis (TB) test taken within 60 days of beginning internship *Must have intern agreement on file between the college or university and TUSD prior to intern placement. *All attachments must be submitted onto your Edjoin online application. Do not send paper documents or emailed documents. if you are in need of assistance, please call the EdJoin Help Desk at 888-900-8945*


      To apply for this position, you must complete an Edjoin online application which includes the following: • Letter of introduction, attention to Amy Lambert, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Special Education • Resume • Three current letters of recommendation • Enrollment in a School Psychology Program from an accredited college or university • Completion of coursework in psychoeducational testing, counseling, classroom/Behavioral management • Completion or anticipated completion of Master's Degree • Transcripts • Fingerprint clearance from FBI & DOJ • Proof of negative tuberculosis (TB) test taken within 60 days of beginning internship *Must have intern agreement on file between the college or university and TUSD prior to intern placement. *All attachments must be submitted onto your Edjoin online application. Do not send paper documents or emailed documents. if you are in need of assistance, please call the EdJoin Help Desk at 888-900-8945*

          Comments and Other Information

          *All intern work will be done under the supervision of the school psychologist or the assigned administrator.* General Responsibilities: Under the immediate supervision of a school psychologist, the school psychologist intern will perform the following: attend Student Study Team (SST) meetings, attend IEP meetings, conduct and write psycho-educational evaluations, conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs), develop appropriate Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs), present reports at IEP meetings, make recommendations for and attend 504 meetings, perform individual and group counseling, conduct crisis intervention and consultation/outreach, and consult and collaborate with teachers, IEP team members, and staff regarding academic, social/emotional, and/or behavior interventions and/or accommodations for students. Training and Support: Supervision will be provided by a district school psychologist who has a minimum of three years of full-time experience as a practicing school psychologist. Throughout the school year, the intern will attend monthly school psychologist team meetings and available trainings. Additionally, the intern will attend monthly trainings for inters and practicum students with a school psychologist specialist. Intern will be able to have experience at preschool, elementary, middle school, and/or high school levels.

          Comments and Other Information


          *All intern work will be done under the supervision of the school psychologist or the assigned administrator.* General Responsibilities: Under the immediate supervision of a school psychologist, the school psychologist intern will perform the following: attend Student Study Team (SST) meetings, attend IEP meetings, conduct and write psycho-educational evaluations, conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBAs), develop appropriate Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs), present reports at IEP meetings, make recommendations for and attend 504 meetings, perform individual and group counseling, conduct crisis intervention and consultation/outreach, and consult and collaborate with teachers, IEP team members, and staff regarding academic, social/emotional, and/or behavior interventions and/or accommodations for students. Training and Support: Supervision will be provided by a district school psychologist who has a minimum of three years of full-time experience as a practicing school psychologist. Throughout the school year, the intern will attend monthly school psychologist team meetings and available trainings. Additionally, the intern will attend monthly trainings for inters and practicum students with a school psychologist specialist. Intern will be able to have experience at preschool, elementary, middle school, and/or high school levels.