To administer assessments and interpret results in written report; interpret evaluation results at IEP/MET team meetings to determine special education eligibility and appropriate services. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities And/Or Competencies Required To Successfully Perform The Work: Knowledge of: • Arizona State Statutes as it pertains special education. • Evaluation procedures and eligibility determination. • Tests and measures as used in identifying disabilities. • Current trends in school psychology, research methods, testing and evaluation techniques, familiarity with commonly used diagnostic tests. Ability to and skilled in: • Conduct meetings and provide pertinent information to meeting participants. • Communicate effectively orally and in writing. • Lead and/or provide professional consultations to teachers and parents. • Interact well with staff, students, and families. • Following ethical guidelines of licensing/certification entity and professional membership associations (as relevant) when performing these job duties. Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification Required For Entry Into Position: • Masters degree or Ph.D. degree (preferred) in school psychology - Required. • Certified by the Arizona Department of Education as a School Psychologist, or Licensed by the Arizona Board of Psychological Examiners as a Psychologist - Required. • Experience conducting psycho-educational evaluations and interpreting test results. • Pass a background clearance and fingerprint check • Maintain confidentiality regarding student, staff and District information • A valid Arizona Driver’s License must be maintained • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)/ First Aid required Terms of Employment: 11 month
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