School Psychologist – Sunnyvale
Valid California Credential to serve as a School Psychologist.
Master’s Degree is desirable.
Classroom teaching experience is desirable.
Other direct experience with children is desirable.
Bilingual ability is desirable.
Previous experience as a School Psychologist is desirable.
Experience with community agencies dealing with children and adolescents.
REPORTS TO: Director of Special Education and Pupil Personnel
JOB GOAL: The principle function of the position is to provide Psychological services
for several schools in the district.
Develops a diagnostic psychological study of an individual child through psychological testing.
Prepares written reports of psychological findings in a timely manner.
Interprets findings of individual psychological studies to school staff, parents, and other personnel involved with the child.
Participates in the development of the Individualize Education Program (IEP) for children placed in special programs.
Acts as liaison between schools and other community agencies dealing with children and makes referrals when appropriate.
Identifies children for special education programs as a member of a team which then places children when appropriate.
Counsels with children and parents dealing with learning, behavioral and social emotional needs.
Supports the process of student study team at each site, as assigned.
Provides staff development to certificated staff as appropriate.
Keeps abreast of new developments in the field
Required: Valid California Pupil Personnel Services Credential authorization in School Psychology.
This position is for the 2018-2019 school year.
Primary Location Student Services and Special Education
Salary Range $94,015.00 – $128,377.00 / Yearly with Doctorate stipend
Shift Type Full-Time