Bremerton School District
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School Psychologist - Special Services
at Bremerton School District
This School Psychologist position is for the 2019-2020 school year.
For guaranteed consideration, apply by March , 2019. Position will screen daily after that date.
Note: All certificated contracts include a Supplemental amount which is a Professional Learning Stipend and 5 supplemental days.
*example #1: 1.0 FTE Beginning Certificated at step BA-0 with zero years experience: WA State Certificated Base Salary $47,989 + $3,789 for supplemental = $51,778
*example #2: 1.0 FTE Beginning Certificated at step MA-0 with zero years experience: WA State Certificated Base Salary $57,534 + $4,542 for supplemental = $62,076
There are 3 additional days that can be earned for Staff Development. Note: Psychologists receive an additional 10 days of pay.
* If you have not been issued a Washington State ESA Certificate but you are in the process of applying and/or finishing your program, please attach a WORD document with your current information to your application in the Certificate Attachment section.
BREMERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 100-C
JOB DESCRIPTION - SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST
The School Psychologist position requirements consist of completing assessments, MultiDisciplinary
Team (MDT) activities, Individual Educational Plans (IEPs) for students and other
Reports to and evaluated by: Director of Assessment & Special Education or Designee
• Conduct individual psychological assessments of students to determine cognitive, academic,
social, emotional and behavioral levels of functioning by observation, standardized tests,
interviews, and reports.
• Present data and recommendations in a multi-disciplinary team process to help determine
program and placement.
• Identify special needs children, verify qualifying criteria and make appropriate school
placement according to multi-disciplinary team polices and procedures that are mandated by
the Washington Administrative Code and Public Law 94-142.
• Assist or design individual and/or group academic/behavior management and treatment, IEP
goals and interventions as a member of the team.
• Consult with parents, foster parents or social workers of special needs children; communicate
assessment results to same.
• Consult with staff and/or provide direct individual and/or group counseling as determined by
IEP goals and objectives.
• Submit written reports and MDT summary analysis with signatures in a timely fashion.
• Possess Education Staff Associate Certificate as a School Psychologist.
• Possess experience in assessment and report writing as a School Psychologist.
• Possess knowledge of laws, rules, regulations, and practices as pertains to special needs
• Demonstrate leadership training and/or experience.
• Possess highly developed interpersonal relationship skills.
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Job Contact Information
Monday, March 4, 2019 12:00 AM
(Pacific Standard Time)