School Psychologist Jobs
As a school psychologist, you are personable, supportive and a constant advocate for students. You provide opportunities and comfort to students with psychological challenges considering their cultural background. At Bilingual Therapies, we offer the same support to you.
Working together with the common goal of elevating students, we can help place you in a position to deliver vital services to those children in your care.
School Psychologist Job Responsibilities
School psychologists have a lot on their plates, with many responsibilities. Working with children of all ages, these specialists assist children with various challenges, from early childhood through high school. Children with behavior issues, academic struggles, developmental challenges and social struggles all benefit from your services. School psychologist job satisfaction is enhanced when families, educators and other school-based professionals work in tandem with you to optimize student outcomes. Bilingual school psychologists have additional challenges, as students’ language and communication challenges may intertwine with other deficits. These specialists design plans to help ensure success. Whether you are a monolingual or bilingual school psychologist, we provide extensive support to help you achieve your goals.
School Psychologist Requirements
Many prospective school psychologists major in education, psychology, or child development in their undergraduate studies. After obtaining their bachelor’s, school psychologists need a master’s degree in school psychology, at a minimum, to provide services in an educational setting. Some jobs require a doctorate as a prerequisite to hiring. While hiring criteria varies by state, all states require passing a standardized licensing exam. There is also an option to further develop and grow by obtaining a voluntary certification, the Nationally Certified School Psychologist credential. This rigorous program includes passing the national exam and completing 60 training hours and over 1,200 hours of hands-on practice.
School Psychologist Salary and Job Outlook
School psychologist salaries fall in the same range, whether you pursue clinical, counseling, or school psychology in an academic setting. The rate varies by state, years of experience, and level of education and credentials. The outlook for school psychologists is healthy: the projected job growth rate from 2018 – 2028 is 14%, much higher than many other professions. As early identification of learning, social and behavioral challenges in students increases, the demand for school psychologists rises, too.
Teletherapy School Psychologist Jobs
The world is changing in front of our eyes, and part of that evolution is the workplace. Bilingual Therapies can pair you with teletherapy school psychology jobs, so you can work remotely and serve students across the country. With our vast selection of traditional and remote opportunities, we have a spot for you.
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School Psychologist (Remote)- New Hampshire
An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
School Psychologist (Remote)- New Hampshire
The psychologist is accountable for assessing students in order to determine eligibility for education services or continuing need for education services. To ensure that proper procedures, methods, and timelines are followed in accordance with federal laws, state statutes and other guidelines to enable students to gain the fullest benefit from their elementary and junior high school experiences
Qualifications: Candidates must have at least a master’s degree and hold a valid New Hampshire Department of Education License in School Psychology and pass a background check.
- Participates in response to intervention team processes and consults with team members
- Contributes to the psycho-educational evaluation and assessment for students to determine educational needs and eligibility for special education services
- Summarize and interpret evaluation results and recommendations in written and verbal form in practical and understandable terms
- When needed, provides counseling services within the scope of training to individuals or groups of students
- May serve as a resource to districts and buildings in crisis situations
- When requested, develops, implements, and evaluates professional development opportunities for staff and/or families within the district they serve
- Maintains an adequate system of documentation and record keeping and meets deadlines for meetings, paperwork, and other responsibilities
- Networks and makes referrals to outside agencies, when appropriate, to meet the needs of the students and families with whom they are working
- Maintains confidentiality with regard to professional situations
- Communicates with WCESC supervisor and district personnel on issues that may arise
- Effectively utilizes technology to complete assigned duties
- Displays professionalism through appearance, behavior, and attendance
If you would like to know more about the position, please apply directly or reach out to Narda Rivera. Bilingual Therapies is ready to help take the next step in your career and is looking forward to hearing from you!