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Psychologist - Middle/High - 2016-2017

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5/18/2016
Diane Rogers
707-552-6482 104
1
187 days
Full Time
Until Filled
see Certificated Salary Schedule
Date Posted:
5/18/2016
Application Deadline:
Until Filled
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
187 days
Salary:
see Certificated Salary Schedule
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Diane Rogers Email: drogers@mitacademy.org Phone: 707-552-6482 104
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Mare Island Technology Academy

Job Description

School Psychologist

 

 

Classification: Certificated

 

Reports to:                 Chief Academic Officer

 

Evaluator:                   Chief Academic Officer

 

Work Year:                Fulltime, 205 Days

 

Salary Range:            See Certificated Salary Schedule (plus additional days)

 

Primary Function:

Under the direction of the Sonoma County Charter Special Education Local Plan Area (SC ChELPA), assess behavioral, social, and/or academic problems for students, develop individual prescriptions for treating students in special programs, follow-up and re-evaluate appropriately, provide individual and group counseling, and support school staff in serving students with special needs.

 

Representative Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Administer a variety of assessments utilizing appropriate testing devices to assist in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of learning, behavior, and emotional problems.
  2. Confer with parents, teachers, school personnel, and other agencies regarding interpretations of psychological and other assessments, subsequent conclusions, and related recommendations.
  3. Prepare recommendations pertaining to student academic/behavioral intervention and placement in special programs.
  4. Make recommendations for Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals and objectives.
  5. Develop and monitor behavior management programs and provide other consulting service, as required.
  6. Write reports, referrals, notifications, and other documents/communications that are clear, concise, and grammatically correct.
  7. Manage all aspects of testing and special education and 504 placement as required, including but not limited to, assisting in obtaining consent for testing and placement, testing administration, and follow up on findings and recommendations of the Individual Education Plan team.
  8. Conduct/participate in meetings, such as those for student study team, 504 Plan, Individual Education Program team, special education staff, faculty, and others, as assigned or appropriate.
  9. Assist in planning, implementing, and evaluating appropriate in-service.

10.  Provide direct services to individuals or groups of students (e.g., counseling, crisis interventions, mentoring, and individual safety plans, when appropriate).

11.  Keep abreast of recent legislation, changes in community services, and availability of resources relevant to student mental health and students with disabilities.

12.  Other related duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

Specific knowledge of:

  • Correct procedures for conducting and interpreting psychological and academic assessments.
  • Techniques for counseling and consulting with students, parents, staff, and community agencies in a variety of settings.
  • Current laws and practices related to pupil personnel.

 

Specific ability to:

  • Work effectively with students, parents, staff, and community members.
  • Provide non-judgmental support and consultation for special education and regular education students.
  • Maintain appropriate confidentiality about the status of students, staff, school, and district activities.
  • Work cooperatively with administration, other employees, parents, and the public.
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work, communicate, and collaborate effectively with teachers, other school staff, and families as part of a team
  • Apply appropriate software to assigned duties.

 

General:

  • Detail-oriented team player willing to work to get the job done.
  • Unquestioned integrity and commitment to MIT Academy and our students.

 

Qualifications:

Education

  • Graduate Degree in Psychology.
  • California Pupil Personnel Services Credential with a specialization in School Psychology.

Experience

  • One year experience as a school psychologist or related experience, including internship, OR three years experience as a classroom teacher or school counselor.

 

Board Approved: April 30, 2014

 

Requirements for Applying

Supplemental Questions: 1. How does the MIT mission and vision match your philosophy or education? 2. Provide a specific example of a project based unit of instruction that you have recently implemented in the classroom.

  • Answers to Supplemental Questions
  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy
  • English Learner Authorization
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3)
  • Resume

    Requirements for Applying

    Supplemental Questions: 1. How does the MIT mission and vision match your philosophy or education? 2. Provide a specific example of a project based unit of instruction that you have recently implemented in the classroom.

    • Answers to Supplemental Questions
    • Copy of Transcript
    • Credential Copy
    • English Learner Authorization
    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3)
    • Resume

      U.S, News & World Report "Best U.S. High School" 2015 & 2016. Winner of five 2015 school awards (California State Gold Ribbon, Title I Achieving School, and CTE Exemplary Program), Mare Island Technology Academy serves 800+ grade 6-12 students in an exciting, high-expectations, intervention-rich program. Featuring a high-functioning, collegial work environment where Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) lead instruction, MIT shatters urban stereotypes, with students performing significantly above statewide averages academically and completing all UC/CSU course requirements plus 5 years of technology and 9 college units for graduation. Many students earn professional certification in Microsoft Office, Adobe, or tutoring, and 95% of seniors apply to 4-year colleges. A successful charter school for 15 years, MIT Academy is a dynamic leader in education, looking for bright, creative, and hard-working team players. MIT’s salary and benefits are among the highest in Solano County, and we honor experience by accepting all years of credentialed service for salary scale placement. MIT also qualifies for most federal student loans forgiveness or cancellation programs. If you want to make a difference in cutting-edge urban education, come check us out and consider joining “Team MIT”!

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      U.S, News & World Report "Best U.S. High School" 2015 & 2016. Winner of five 2015 school awards (California State Gold Ribbon, Title I Achieving School, and CTE Exemplary Program), Mare Island Technology Academy serves 800+ grade 6-12 students in an exciting, high-expectations, intervention-rich program. Featuring a high-functioning, collegial work environment where Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) lead instruction, MIT shatters urban stereotypes, with students performing significantly above statewide averages academically and completing all UC/CSU course requirements plus 5 years of technology and 9 college units for graduation. Many students earn professional certification in Microsoft Office, Adobe, or tutoring, and 95% of seniors apply to 4-year colleges. A successful charter school for 15 years, MIT Academy is a dynamic leader in education, looking for bright, creative, and hard-working team players. MIT’s salary and benefits are among the highest in Solano County, and we honor experience by accepting all years of credentialed service for salary scale placement. MIT also qualifies for most federal student loans forgiveness or cancellation programs. If you want to make a difference in cutting-edge urban education, come check us out and consider joining “Team MIT”!

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