School Psychologist with Delta School District – 09/2023September 8, 2023
Are you looking to work in a District that is committed to collaboration, mentorship, and creating inspiring educational experiences?
The Delta School District aims to be an innovative, inclusive community where all learners belong and everyone soars. We are a District of more than 15,900 students and 3,000 employees.
The District’s mission is to inspire and nurture thriving, future-ready learners at each of its 31 schools, located in Ladner, North Delta, and Tsawwassen. We value Compassion, Responsibility, Integrity, Creativity, Diversity, and Resilience.
Our schools and District offices are located on the traditional territories of the Tsawwassen and Musqueam First Nations. The District offers its respect to the Knowledge Keepers and all First Peoples who have been on these lands since time immemorial.
1.0 FTE – School Psychologist – Term Specific
Location/Dept.: Inclusive Learning
Start Date: As soon as possible
Term of Employment: No later than JUNE 28, 2024 OR RETURN OF INCUMBENT
Posted: September 5, 2023
Application Deadline: 12:00 P.M., Tuesday, September 12, 2023
The School Psychologist is responsible to the District Principal of Learning Services – Special Programs. For more information about this position, please contact Satnam Chahal, District Principal of Learning Services at 604-952-5303 or e-mail email@example.com.
The successful candidate will have:
· Responsibility for assessing school-aged children.
· The ability to work collaboratively with school-based teams, teachers, education assistants and administrators.
· The ability to assist with the development of Individual Education Plans.
· The ability to write psycho-education reports for school teams and report results to parents.
· Ability to complete a variety of behavior assessments and report to a multi-disciplinary team.
· Membership in the Association of BC School Psychologists (College of Psychologists).
· School-based experience.
· Extensive experience in performing psycho-educational assessments for a full range of students
· Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.
· Extensive experience assessing students with learning and behaviour challenges.
· Eligibility for BC College of Teachers preferred.
· A Masters degree in School Psychology.
All required documents must be submitted in your application which include:
· cover letter
· copy of valid/pending BC Teaching Certificate
· additional/supporting documentation Qualified applicants are invited to apply online on Make a Future at https://bit.ly/3PtStt9.
For more information on this position, please email Shannon Hunt, District Principal of Human Resources and Teaching Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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