Website Raymond School District-SAU #33
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Raymond School District seeks dynamic district-wide school psychologist. 200 day contract.
Salary Range: 70,000-80,000 Salary based on experience.
Nationally Certified as School Psychologist
Valid NH School Psychologist Certification
Ability to administer and interpret all relevant psychoeducational evaluations K-12.
Be able to assist in the development and implementation in student-specific as well as classroom academic and behavioral interventions.
Job Goal: The School Psychologist services all of the Raymond School District. The psychologist provides direct treatment services, psycho diagnostic services, and consultant services. The key role is that of a resource person with expertise in mental health and special education. The consultative population includes teachers, parents, counselors, and administrators.
Provides Psycho diagnostic services for students ages 3-21 referred through the team process.
Prepares written psychoeducational reports in accordance with mandated timelines, district procedures and state and federal requirements.
Consults with parents, teachers, administrators and other professionals during the evaluation process to assist in determining the students’ educational needs.
Effectively provides evaluation results and recommendations to special education team members to provide appropriate educational supports to students.
Assists administrators and teachers in dealing with special/emotional issues of students.
Serves as an interdisciplinary member of special education team where psychological expertise is required.
May assist in the coordination of students placed outside the district.
Functions as member of student academic and behavior intervention teams.
Conducts risk screens of students at risk for self-harm.
Provides professional development to staff as needed.
Mentor professional staff.
Supports and trains guidance counselors.
Maintains up-to-date knowledge in the field of school psychology and special education.
Builds and maintains good school psychologist/parent rapport.
Contributes to staff rapport, respect, and cooperation.
Meet regularly with the Special Education Director to keep up to date with current guidelines and standards.
Consults with professionals from outside agencies when needed.
Follow the Guidelines of National Association of School Psychologist’s Professional Conduct Manual at all times.
Terms of Employment: Salary and other terms and conditions of employment shall be governed by the school board policies.
CONTRACT YEAR: 200 Days
Evaluation: Performance in this position will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.
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