Jan 13, 2024

#2402 School Psychologists

  • TrulyHired
  • Biddeford, ME 04005, USA
Full-time School Support

Job Description

The Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative is growing its team - Pre-school Psychologists by conducting remote evaluations in various locations across Maine. Enjoy the flexibility of making your own schedule and the benefits of a strong, supportive team of fellow Psychologists! Evaluations only Flexible schedule Flexible location and partial work-from-home There are multiple openings for full and part-time throughout the state. Checkout why we are a different expereince Benefits include: Health insurance: Medical, Dental, and Vision Professional Development 403 B Retirement Options PTO time offered Paid COVID time Flexible scheduling Mileage reimbursement NOTE: Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative employees are not eligible for Maine State Retirement but are eligible to participate in a 403(b) retirement plan. The Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative (SMAC) hires SLPs to serve children in Maine's preschool, daycare, school, and clinic settings. Our mission is to provide speech and language services for the growing number of children in Southern Maine who need specialized support to be ready for Kindergarten thru their academic experience. SMAC is a unique organization that returns our profits to the public school system. So put your time and expertise to work for the benefit of your community! For more information about Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative, please visit Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative Qualifications: 1. Certified by Maine Department of Education OR Licensed by State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. 2. Must hold a Master's Degree in Psychology. 3. Valid DOE fingerprinting certification. REPORTS TO: Director of Special Education PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Administer and interpret tests of mental abilities, learning disabilities, aptitudes, psychological, interests and personality characteristics for educational, vocational selection, guidance or placement. 2. Interview, and examine student developmental histories to assist in determining causes of behaviors or problems, maladjustments, conflicts, delayed development, learning disabilities, etc. 3. Process and communicate the findings, conclusions and recommendations to parents at IEP meetings. 4. Suggest changes or interventions in the behavior of students, teachers, parents, administrators, etc. 5. Provide consultation to staff on students to assist in ongoing program development. 6. Consultation with School Social Workers, School Psychological Service Providers for ongoing professional development and supervision. 7. Complete risk assessments and provide recommendation on students referred through the Risk Assessment process. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Year-round position. Salary and work days established by the School Committee and Executive Director. For more information about Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative, please visit Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative Biddeford, Maine Community Located along the Atlantic coastline with miles of beaches Views of the Saco River to its west Less than 20 minutes south of the Greater Portland Area Less than two hours north of Boston. Home to a growing population of diverse residents Picturesque downtown Maine's youngest city with a median age of 29 in the historic downtown Thriving economy Many recreational opportunities, including fishing, hiking, biking, public parks, and kayaking Equal Opportunity The School Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The district shall actively work to have the teacher and administrator workforce reflect the student body's diversity. The selection of all employees by the School Department will be based on those with the highest capabilities, the strongest commitment to quality education, and the greatest probability of effectively implementing the learning program. Selections will be made without consideration on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, ancestry or national origin, age, marital status, disability or genetic information, and any other state or federal prohibitions. For the purpose of this policy, "sexual orientation" means a person's actual or perceived heterosexuality, bisexuality, homosexuality, or gender identity or expression. Criminal Background Check All employees of Maine schools must be fingerprinted for a criminal history background check. Please create a log-in and create an account and make an appointment for a fingerprinting appointment at https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/fingerprinting Please see other Job Openings at : Biddeford Schools Dayton School Southern Maine Administrative Collaborative

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