School Psychologist (Bilingual SP/ENG) – San Jose

Voices Academies’ School Psychologist under the leadership of the Director of Special Populations and in collaboration with program specialists, school leaders, and teachers, will use effective strategies to serve the needs of exceptional students. The School Psychologist assists teachers, parents, and students in understanding, preventing and addressing learning, behavioral, developmental, and emotional difficulties. By collaborating with teachers, school leaders, families, and other mental health professionals, the School Psychologist works to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students. The School Psychologist acts as an educator by helping others understand more about child development, behavioral challenges, and behavior management techniques. At Voices Academies, the School Psychologist is responsible for evaluation, consultation, program development, and professional practice as it pertains to student development, behavior issues, and academic difficulties.


At least two years of experience as a School Psychologist (Preferred)
Master’s Degree in School Psychology, Educational or Clinical psychology from an accredited institution, to include forty-two (42) semester hours of graduate level coursework and five hundred (500) clock hours of satisfactory field experience in a pre-K through 12 school setting under the supervision of a certified school psychologist. See DCMR 1659.1 for additional details regarding required graduate level coursework
Certification as a School Psychologist by the State of California
Commitment to working with students from educationally underserved communities (Required)
Other skills and traits

Unquestioned integrity and commitment to Voices’ mission
Passion for education and a desire to help Voices’ succeed
Experience working in an urban public school
An unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels and succeed in an inclusive environment that supports all learners

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