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School Psychologist

Rochester City School District • Rochester, NY

Posted 15 days ago

Job Snapshot

Full-Time
Healthcare - Health Services
Health Care

Job Description

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF UNIT:  Works as a member of a multidisciplinary team with teachers, administrators, social workers, speech/language pathologists, audiologists, occupational and physical therapists.  Uses a variety of assessment instruments in the areas of cognition, perception, personality, academic achievement, social and emotional behavior to arrive at diagnostic and prescriptive needs of student.  Promotes the development of a positive multicultural learning environment which encourages student success.

 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

•         Uses a variety of appropriate psychological instruments and techniques to conduct non-biased assessment.

•         Constructs comprehensive psychological reports which include intervention and remediation strategies to be used.

•         Interprets results of assessment and share results with student, parent, school personnel and other appropriate professionals.

•         Interviews, counsels and provides training to school staff and parents.

•         Interprets federal, state and local laws relating on eligibility of special services to children.

•         Provides individual or group counseling services to children and families.

•         Monitors and accepts responsibility as part of a team for the well-being and success of students.

•         Constructs professional reports to agencies.

•         Serves as a resource to other professional staff in areas of cognition, academic, social and emotional functioning of children.

•         Completes yearly/monthly statistical reports on services provided to students.

•         Integrates knowledge of all curricula into learning theories and translates that information to teachers and other school personnel.

•         Provides consultation services to school personnel in the areas of retention, social grouping, learning styles, social skills, motivation, behavior management, peer interaction, goal setting, etc.

 OTHER FUNCTIONS:

•         Receives and reviews referrals from children's parent, school personnel, agencies, physician, judicial officers.

•         Participates with other school personnel on issues relating to school climate.

•         Attends departmental staff meetings, school faculty meetings, parent/teacher meetings.

•         Participates in projects and activities recommended by school or central management.

•         Writes proposals to secure grants for special projects or research programs.

•         Participates in school community activities.

•         Participates in departmental committees to promote best practices.

•         Conducts training for parents in areas such as child development.

•         Attends Committee on Special Education meetings.

•         Participates in site based student assistance teams' meetings.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND CERTIFICATION:

•         Master's degree in Psychology.

•         New York State Certification in School Psychology.

Job ID: 99549412
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