Soliant is seeking a dedicated and experienced Contracted School Psychologist to join our educational team for the 2023/2024 school year. As a contracted school psychologist, you will work collaboratively with students, parents, teachers, and administrators to provide comprehensive psychological services and support within our school district. Your role will encompass conducting assessments, providing counseling, developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), and promoting a positive and inclusive learning environment.
- Conduct comprehensive psychological assessments to evaluate students' cognitive abilities, academic skills, social-emotional functioning, and behavior.
- Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to develop and implement effective interventions and strategies for students with diverse needs.
- Provide individual and group counseling to students, addressing a range of emotional, social, and behavioral concerns.
- Participate in the development and review of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), ensuring appropriate goals, accommodations, and services are in place.
- Assist in the implementation of positive behavioral support plans and conduct functional behavior assessments as needed.
- Consult with teachers, parents, and administrators to address academic and behavioral concerns and provide recommendations for classroom and school-wide interventions.
- Collaborate with community resources and external agencies to coordinate services and support for students and families.
- Maintain accurate and confidential records, including assessment reports, progress notes, and IEP documentation.
- Stay informed about current research, best practices, and legal requirements in the field of school psychology.
- Master's degree or higher in School Psychology or a related field.
- Valid Georgia certification or licensure as a School Psychologist.
- Previous experience working as a school psychologist in an educational setting is preferred.
- Strong knowledge of psychological assessment tools and techniques.
- Proficient in conducting assessments, analyzing data, and writing comprehensive reports.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with students, parents, and staff.
- Ability to adapt to diverse student populations and individualize interventions based on their needs.
- Familiarity with federal and state laws governing special education services (e.g., IDEA, Section 504).
- Demonstrated commitment to promoting a positive and inclusive school culture.
We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion within our educational community. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds and experiences.
Note: All applicants must meet the requirements for employment in Georgia, including background checks and necessary certifications or licensure.
For any questions regarding this position please contact [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
- Competitive Salary
- Weekly Paycheck
- Matching 401(k) Plan
- Extensive Medical Coverage
- Licensing Assistance
- Custom Housing
- Travel Assistance
- Professional Development Reimbursement