School Psychologist - Vacancy ID: 137785

Vacancy Details

School Psychologist
District
1
N/A
Open until filled

Contact

Melanie Rine
Human Resource Specialist
715-627-4355, ext. 1228

Position Details

8/23/2022
Dependent upon experience and education
School year
Full Time
**SIGN ON BONUS INCLUDED** The Unified School District of Antigo is seeking an additional School Psychologist, to create a team of three school psychologists, to work in collaboration with general education teachers, pupil services, and administration in order to support students and the district initiatives. The Unified School District of Antigo is focused on and committed to the growth and achievement of all learners within our district through a commitment to educational equity and ongoing development of a professional learning community. The Unified School District of Antigo is an EC-12 grade district, comprised of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Responsibilities and caseloads for School Psychologists will be determined based on building needs and professional interests. The Unified School District of Antigo provides ample opportunities for professional growth within the district as well as encouraging participation in professional growth activities offered outside of the district. District administration is supportive of the continual growth of the role of the School Psychologists within the district and is supportive of School Psychologists’ pursuits of professional interests. Antigo and the surrounding communities offer many outdoor recreational opportunities and is an ideal for those seeking a small town atmosphere. We are happy to invite innovative and passionate applicants to apply for the position of a full time School Psychologist for the Unified School District of Antigo. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and experience in: - IDEA/IEP and 504 procedures and best practice who is able to complete comprehensive evaluations of students in early childhood through 12th grade. - Legal, Ethical, and Equitable Practice. - RTI/EMLSS and PBIS framework and supports including universal instruction, screening, interventions, and data analysis. - School wide practices to promote learning; ie, DPI's Mental Health Framework and Trauma Sensitive schools, as well as knowledge of UDL are encouraged - Supports for proportional representation of all learners in the core of teaching and learning. - Consultation and collaboration with support staff, teachers, administration, and families. - Functional Behavior Assessments and behavior supports and interventions. - Case management of evaluation for students. - Child development and learning. - Preventative and responsive supports and services.

Candidate Requirements

0
Master
  • School Psychologist
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Transcripts & Licenses/Certifications