School Psychologist, middle and high school
Under direction of the Director of Special Services, administers psychological and educational tests and other assessments to students and interprets results. Observes children in classroom settings and assesses psychological needs. Interviews teachers, parents and students and gathers information about child behavior and conditions related to learning. Interprets and integrates data and develops school programs to meet the special needs of students. Consults with parents, teachers and other staff members in developing and implementing plans.
Plans and delivers a program of psychological services, including counseling for children, parents and teachers. Conducts interventions, individual counseling and group therapy sessions. Prepares case summary reports and federally and state mandated reports.
Master's degree in Psychology or Educational Psychology.
Arizona certification as a School Psychologist.
Starting salary $44,500 - 47,500, DOE