LOCATION: Medford, NJ, United States
School Psychologist – Medford (RF: 2194)
We are currently seeking certified School Psychologists for some short-term, part-time positions (about 10 hours/week) working with school students in the Medford, NJ area. The are 3 assignments available (each about 6 weeks) spanning from May 2022 to November 2022. Candidates can choose to take on any or all of them. Eligible candidates must be certified School Psychologists in the state of New Jersey and must have up-to-date clearances.
- Must be a school-certified School Psychologist in the state of New Jersey
- Must have a Master’s Degree
- Must have excellent references
- Must have recent NJ Background Clearance
- Evaluates students for special education eligibility including diagnosing emotional, behavioral, learning, and attention problems and determining the appropriate placement or intervention method.
- Counsels students individually or in groups on issues such as drug abuse, physical abuse, school behavior, and motivation. Determines which concerns the school can handle and which need to be referred to outside agencies.
- Writes comprehensive evaluation reports with the Multidisciplinary Evaluation Team, including determining information needed in a formal evaluation and the terminology to be used in the diagnosis.
- Consults teachers and parents in order to provide intervention techniques/methods in helping students to be more successful in school and in dealing with family problems.
- Attends staff, professional, and agency meetings in order to discuss student needs, referral availability, and intervention methods. Stays updated on new educational and psychological theories, processes, and techniques.
- Provides in-service training on behavioral techniques and processes including determining the audience and the most effective presentation method.
- Leads school teams through the process of completing Functional Behavior Assessments using researched-based practices.
- Supports school teams in the development and implementation of formal and informal Behavior Intervention Plans.
- Works with others in developing programs for students needing special education or students at risk including determining staff, materials, and dates and observing programs for effectiveness.
- Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
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