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  • 01 May 2023 11:51 AM | Erika Daniel (Administrator)

    Come work in a fantastic district with an amazing group of school psychologists.  Feel free to contact Erika Daniel if you have any questions or click link to apply online!

  • 21 Apr 2023 9:22 AM | Sarah Nevill (Administrator)


    One-year, Full-Time, Temporary Faculty (School Psychology)

    Assistant Professor (PhD.)/Instructor (EdS)

    Radford University

    Radford, Virginia

    The Department of Psychology invites applications for a One-year, Full-Time, Temporary position in School Psychology to begin August 10th 2023. At minimum, candidates should have an Ed.S from an approved/accredited program in School Psychology. Rank is at the Assistant Professor level with Ph.D. or Instructor with Ed.S. Candidates should be prepared to: 1) teach

    graduate courses in our NASP-approved school psychology program as well as serving as a mentor to graduate students in a program that is committed to training students in ecological-oriented, comprehensive service delivery and 2) teach undergraduate courses within the

    psychology department such as Lifespan Development, Child Psychology, Learning, Statistics, Research Methods, or other electives as well as mentoring undergraduate students.

    Preferred qualifications include: 1) currently licensed or eligible to be licensed through a State Dept. of Education for School Psychology and/or Board of Psychology as a School Psychologist and 2) 2-3 years of experience working in the schools.

    The Psychology Department offers a large bachelor’s program; a master’s with options in Experimental and Industrial-Organizational Psychology; and a Doctor of Psychology in Counseling. The psychology faculty is committed to providing a supportive and collaborative environment for building a successful career.

    Review of applications will begin April 28th and continue until the position is filled.

    Interested candidates should apply at  and include:

    • A Cover Letter describing their training, teaching, research interests, and a statement on how they incorporate aspects of diversity into their teaching and scholarship.
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Evaluations of teaching for any graduate or undergraduate courses taught in the past three years, if available.
    • Names and contact information for three references. Letters of recommendation will be requested from semifinalists.
    • Copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts. Official transcripts will be required upon hire.

    Official transcripts will be requested only from finalists.

    Radford University does not discriminate with regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, national origin, religion, or political affiliation in the administration of its educational programs, activities, admission or employment practices.

    Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application process should call

    (540) 831-5008 (voice) or (540) 831-5128 (TTY). If you need access to a computer, you may visit our office at 600 Tyler Avenue, Radford, Virginia, or the local Virginia Employment Commission.

  • 01 Mar 2023 12:39 AM | Anonymous

    Hanover County Schools is now accepting applications for an 11-month School Psychologist position for the 2023-24 school year.  Information about the position and the application process can be accessed on our HCPS HR website:

  • 07 Feb 2023 3:13 PM | Sarah Nevill (Administrator)

    Henrico County is looking for in-person psychologists to conduct evaluations and attend meetings. Remote workers not considered. Hours and days are flexible but cannot exceed 125 hours through June 3.  Pay is very competitive. Please contact Lori Knitter, school psych supervisor, at 804-306-3825. No recruiter calls please.

  • 26 Jan 2023 5:10 PM | Sarah Nevill (Administrator)

    School Psychologist Position Open for the 2023-2024 School Year in Amelia County

    Amelia County Public Schools, a small school division just outside Richmond, is now accepting applications for a School Psychologist position for the 2023-24 school year.  Information about the position and the application process can be accessed on our website:

    Questions about the position can be directed to Heather Gentry, Director of Human Resources at or 804-561-2621.

  • 11 Jan 2023 2:21 PM | Sarah Nevill (Administrator)

    Stafford County Public Schools has 3 openings for Master’s +/Specialist or Doctoral level school psychology interns for the SY2023-24.  Successful applicants will join a team of 17 school psychologists, and 31 educational diagnosticians in a mid-sized suburban district in northern Virginia.  The internship program in SCPS has been successfully providing the culminating supervised training experience for interns for over 12 years.  Although we are not an APPIC site, pre-doctoral and post-doctoral clinical supervision is available for doctoral-level interns.  Interns receive a stipend of $20,000 and benefits, work a 10-month schedule of 7.5 hour days, participate in all professional development activities alongside licensed staff, have opportunities to attend funded conferences, and have the benefit of a cohort experience with other interns. 

    Please contact Dr. Ann Bueche, Director of Student Services, at for additional information and internship application materials 

  • 08 Aug 2022 9:08 AM | Sarah Nevill (Administrator)

    Job Title

    School Psychologist - 2022-23


    Henrico, VA, US

    Organization Name

    HCPS - Psychological Services

    About Us

    Henrico County Public Schools is one of the six largest public school divisions in Virginia with a nationally recognized educational program.  Henrico County is a suburban community surrounding the city of Richmond, VA.  We are 104 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the east; 94 miles from the scenic Skyline Drive to the west; 106 miles from Washington, D.C. to the north; and 75 miles from the North Carolina border to the south.

    Our Mission:

    Henrico County Public Schools, an innovative leader in educational excellence, will actively engage our students in diverse learning experiences that inspire and empower them to become contributing citizens.

    General Statement of Duties

    Provides psycho-educational support for students who attend a particular school location which is to be determined. Provides direct service to students who have academic and social difficulties in the traditional school setting, as well as direct service to students who struggle with significant behavioral, emotional, and/or mental health issues. Incumbent works collaboratively with building administration, school staff, and assigned school social worker to meet the social-emotional and academic needs of students. Familiarity with education law and special education regulations preferred.  Knowledge of available community resources preferred.  Flexibility is required to work with diversity of individuals in a variety of circumstances; analyze data utilizing defined but different processes.  Problem solving is required to analyze issues and create action plans. 

    Essential Duties

    • Serves on various school-based student assistance committees
    • Provides school faculty training on positive behavior supports; warning signs for students at-risk for serious emotional behavior
    • Conducts functional behavior assessments
    • Provides group counseling targeting behavioral intervention strategies
    • Serves on school safety and crisis team
    • Conducts assessments of students experiencing academic and social adjustment problems in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations for exceptional education services.
    • Complete psycho-educational evaluations and other assessments in compliance with mandated timelines.
    • Collaborates with teachers, school social worker, administrators, and other school personnel to provide research-based strategies, intervention and progress monitoring to address academic and behavioral needs of students.
    • Performs structured observations of students in the school setting to resolve problems with learning and/or behavior.
    • Consults with teachers, administrators and other school personnel to help them better understand and work with individual behavior.
    • Develops and implements targeted behavior strategies/interventions to support student emotional needs and improve behavior and academic achievement.
    • Completes student risk assessments.
    • Serves as member or school-based student assistance teams; special education eligibility committees and on school safety and crisis intervention teams. 
    • Provides individual and/or group counseling for students including anger management and crisis intervention services that include grief counseling and debriefing for students and school staff.
    • Creates individual treatment plans.
    • Provides case management services to implement a comprehensive student service plan at school, home, and in the community.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Extensive knowledge of child and adolescent growth and development, both normal and abnormal, and of curriculum and instructional practices including behavior management are required.  Must be knowledgeable and abide by the ethical standards of NASP. Highly developed counseling skills for crisis and non-crisis situations and a broad background in psychological/educational testing, test interpretation, and application to behavioral and instructional strategies are also required.  Strong communication skills, both written and oral, to meet the diverse needs of our school community.  Skills in managing time and appropriate resources.

    Must hold or be eligible for a valid license issued by the Department of Education with an endorsement in school psychology. 

    School psychologists must meet requirements established by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) for administration of tests. 


    Additional Information

    Contract lengths and minimum salaries vary: 

    231 day - $58,453.81

    239 day - $60,478.19

    260 day - $65,792.17


    How To Apply

    To be considered for the listed vacancy, please mail, fax, or hand-deliver three (3) references , college transcripts, and a copy of your teaching license to show school psychologist endorsement to:


    Henrico County Public Schools

    Department of Human Resources

    P.O. Box 23120

    3820 Nine Mile Rd

    Henrico, VA 23223-0420

    Fax (804) 652-3763

  • 20 Jul 2022 6:41 PM | Anonymous

    Chesterfield County Public Schools is hiring a full-time school psychologist for this upcoming school year. Please refer to the job post link below for information and instructions on how to apply.

  • 06 Jul 2022 7:30 PM | Anonymous

    Richmond City Public Schools is hiring a full-time, 11-month school psychologist for this upcoming school year. Salary range is: $61,801-$104,311 per year. For more information and to apply, please visit: 

  • 17 May 2022 8:49 AM | Erika Daniel (Administrator)

    Newport News Public Schools is now accepting applications for the School Psychologist position for the 2022-23 school year. To apply, please use the link below:

    For more information about NNPS, please visit:


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