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School Psychologist 2018-19 Eligibility Pool

School Psychologist 2018-19 Eligibility Pool
Employer:
Corona Norco Unified School District
Date Posted:
8/2/2018
Contact:
HR Certificated
951-736-5067
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Not Specified
Length of Work Year:
201 Days
Employment Type:
Full Time
Application Deadline:
Until Filled
Salary:
$75,686 - $120,396
Date Posted:
8/2/2018 Application Deadline:
Until Filled Employment Type:
Full Time Length of Work Year:
201 Days Salary:
$75,686 - $120,396 Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Not Specified Contact: HR Certificated Email: HRCertificatedRecruitment@cnusd.k12.ca.us Phone: 951-736-5067
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print
DEFINITION:
Under the supervision of the Director of Special Education or designee, the School Psychologist applies the scientific principles of learning and behavior to ameliorate school-related problems and to facilitate the learning and development of children.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Valid California Pupil Personnel Services credential authorizing services as a School Psychologist
Master's degree from an accredited college or university
Valid California Driver License
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Advanced training and related experience in the education field.
TYPICAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Consult and confer with instructional and administrative personnel in the development and implementation of instructional methods and procedures designed to facilitate learning and to overcome learning and behavioral disorders; serve as a resource pertaining to student behavior management and learning strategies, and welfare and attendance problems and concerns.
Consult with children, teachers, parents, and community agencies regarding behavioral, emotional, social, and other educational factors influencing the learning and development of students.
Serve as a member of student study teams and collaborate with other team members in planning special programs, and in the use of remedial instructional materials for students with special needs.
Assist in the development and monitoring of the IEP for students with special needs.
Consult with parents to further their understanding of the learning and emotional adjustment processes pertaining to their child.
Consult with community agencies, such as probation departments, mental health clinics, and social services, concerning pupils who are being served by such community agencies.
Psychoeducational assessment and diagnosis of specific learning and behavioral disabilities, including, but not limited to, case study evaluation, recommendations for remediation or placement, and periodic reevaluation of such children.
Psychological counseling of and other therapeutic techniques with children and parents, including parent education.
Attend and participate in a variety of meetings, conferences, committees, councils, in-services, teams and task forces as assigned; present information concerning assigned special education programs and related issues, student needs and activities.
Other related functions as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE OF:
School and classroom climates and routines to assist in developing classroom interventions.
Social, affective, and adaptive domains of child development
Curriculum standards, interpretation and application in assigned general and special education programs.
Instructional techniques and strategies related to assigned programs.
Practices and procedures involved developing, implementing and conducting SST and IEP meetings.
Developmental characteristics of typically developing pre-school and school age students.
Behavior management strategies and techniques.
Socio-economic and cultural background differences of the school population.
Local, State and Federal laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures governing assigned special education programs.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
Professional requirements and performance in due process matters and litigious environments.
Basic computer and instructional technology skills.
ABILITY TO:
Conduct, analyze, and effectively utilize a variety of individual and group interventions applicable to students.
Analyze and interpret assessment data for the purpose of monitoring student placement and instructional activities for and to students.
Research, obtain, and apply knowledge to support and extend access to instruction and education services.
Interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures while following local SELPA, state and federal laws, regulations, and timelines.
Provide technical expertise, information, and assistance to staff, students, and parents when needed.
Maintain consistent, reasonably regular, punctual attendance consistent with federal, state, and local standards.
Perform duties and responsibilities in an efficient and effective manner.
Safely and successfully perform essential job functions consistent with federal, state, and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or qualitative productivity standards.
Establish and maintain productive collaborative relationships with others.
Prepare comprehensive, reliable, valid, and timely assessment reports.
Communicate effectively in oral and written form.
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
Work varied hours at multiple work locations.
Work confidentially and with discretion.
Work independently with little direction.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS:
Speaking to exchange information and make presentations.
Hearing with or without use of hearing aid(s) sufficient to hear any conversation with others; understandable voice and speech patterns.
Manual dexterity and coordination sufficient to operate office and/or classroom equipment.
Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching, climb and/or balance.
Ability to push, pull, and transport instructional, assessment, and/or presentation materials.
Eyesight corrected or uncorrected sufficient to read a variety of materials including but not limited to fine print.
Regularly sit, stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and must regularly lift 10-15 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move 20-40 pounds.
Driving a vehicle to conduct work.
May require to correctly transfer or restrain a child physically, if needed.
Requirements for Applying
As part of your employment with the District, you will be required to complete an English Learner course by February first of your second year of employment.ONLY ATTACH TO YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS THAT ARE REQUESTEDIf you encounter any problems with the application process; attaching documents etc., please contact Edjoin directly at 888-900-8945. CNUSD staff does not have access to Edjoin website to diagnose or correct any problems that may be occurring.
Copy of Transcript (Copy of all official transcripts with degrees posted - NO unofficial or online printouts are acceptable)
Letter of Introduction (Addressed to Dr. Ben Roberts)
Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three current letters - NO electronic signatures, MUST be signed and dated within last three years)
Resume
Pupil Personnel Services Credential - School Psychology (Detailed credential version)
Requirements for Applying
As part of your employment with the District, you will be required to complete an English Learner course by February first of your second year of employment.ONLY ATTACH TO YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS THAT ARE REQUESTEDIf you encounter any problems with the application process; attaching documents etc., please contact Edjoin directly at 888-900-8945. CNUSD staff does not have access to Edjoin website to diagnose or correct any problems that may be occurring.
Copy of Transcript (Copy of all official transcripts with degrees posted - NO unofficial or online printouts are acceptable)
Letter of Introduction (Addressed to Dr. Ben Roberts)
Letter(s) of Recommendation (Three current letters - NO electronic signatures, MUST be signed and dated within last three years)
Resume
Pupil Personnel Services Credential - School Psychology (Detailed credential version)
The Corona-Norco Unified School District is an Equal Opportunity District and shall not unlawfully discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, ethnic group, identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color or physical or mental disability (including HIV and AIDS), medical condition (cancer), age or marital status or a person's association with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
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