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School Psychologist - Special Services

at Bremerton School District

Posted: 4/4/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 1576

Job Description

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.


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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Primary Location: Special Services

Shift Type: Full-Time

Job Contact Information

Applications will be accepted beginning
Monday, March 4, 2019 12:00 AM
(Pacific Standard Time)