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  • 23 Apr 2018 8:25 AM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    Stafford County Public Schools has 2 new openings for Master’s +/Specialist or Doctoral level school psychology interns for the SY2018-19.  We have just added two internship positions, bringing our total internship cohort to 4 interns, and allowing for a true cohort experience.  Successful applicants will join a team of 17 school psychologists, and 23 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, work a teacher schedule, and receive benefits.  Please contact Dr. Emma Jurrens, Lead Psychologist/Internship Supervisor, at jurrenseb@staffordschools.net for additional information and internship application materials 

  • 28 Feb 2018 5:42 PM | Tom Byrnes (Administrator)

    CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS – JOB POSTING

    1. POSITION: SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST- INTERN

    2. DEADLINE: March 30, 2018

    3. STARTING DATE: 2018-2019 School Year

    4. SALARY: $26,000, Benefit package not included

    5. TERMS

    OF EMPLOYMENT: The intern will be permitted to complete all requirements and hours related to the internship placement.

    6. QUALIFICATIONS &

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Qualifications:

    Interns must be working toward an educational specialist degree from an approved program in school psychology. Individual/group supervision is tailored to individual needs and internship program requirements. Interns must hold a valid driver’s license. Knowledge of the concepts, principles, and methodologies of school psychology, including knowledge of psychological evaluations using intelligence, personality, psychomotor function; behavioral and personality instruments; knowledge of child growth and development, learning, measurement, research, statistics, and intervention and prevention strategies. Knowledge of federal and state regulations as well as, guidelines related to special education and pupil personnel service programs.

    Essential Functions:

    (The following tasks are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.)

     Performs psycho-educational assessments of students, observations, data collection, interpretation and analyses.

     Provides written evaluations that are reviewed and co-signed by supervisor, as required by state, federal and local guidelines.

     Develops and refines skills in understanding and applying research data and research studies, as it relates to interventions and support at the school level.

     Consults and assists teachers to determine and implement appropriate academic and behavioral interventions in classrooms.

     Consults with other psychologists to enhance and broaden the internship experience.

     Provides academic and behavioral intervention services for students in collaboration with classroom teachers.

     Participates in the child study and eligibility meetings to prescribe student interventions and assist the team to identify students for special education services.

    7. PROCEDURE: For more details apply online at www.campbell.k12.va.us Attach the following items to support application: Letter of Interest and Current Resume, Current Transcripts, Sample Psychological Report (all student personal identifying information removed), Names and Contact Information for Reference of your work.

    Written response must be made to this posting to be considered an applicant, and the letter must indicate the specific position being applied for. However, we reserve the right to consider those who respond, and any other potential candidates for the posted position and any position that may result from filling this position. Campbell County School Division does not discriminate in education or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, political affiliation, handicap, sex or age, Sí Ud. Desea màs información, favor de llamar (434) 332-3458, extención 221.


  • 21 Feb 2018 3:47 PM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    Dare County (NC) has 2 openings for certified school psychologists or school psychology interns for the 2018-19 school year (and the positions are ACTUALLY open right now). They will also have at least 1 position for the 2019-2020 school year. 

    Dare County extends from about 50 miles south of Chesapeake to the southern tip of Hatteras (NC), and includes Roanoke Island. A very vibrant superintendent is attracting wonderful professionals to work here as he completes his first year in Dare County.  The state of North Carolina is promoting MTSS very strenuously, under the rubric of school improvement, and Dare County is working seriously to learn and implement this wonderful innovation of our profession.

    for more information contact Wayne Barry or Missy Schmidt at Kitty Hawk Elementary School:

    Wayne Barry: 
    barrywa@daretolearn.org
    Missy Schmidt: schmidtmi@daretolearn.org
     

  • 13 Dec 2017 12:39 AM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    Chesterfield County will have 3 internship openings for the 2018-19 school year. Please click the link for more information.  


    VASP 2018.2019 Intern Position Announcement (6).docx


  • 05 Dec 2017 11:00 PM | Kate Administrator (Administrator)

    If you have an internship opportunity which will be available for the 2017-2018 school year, please let us know! 

     

    Benefits include; free postings for openings, expanded coverage, and a consolidated page to better channel potential interns to your system.

     

    To post, email the webmaster  and include the system name, link to the application or the information about how to apply, and a contact within the system.

  • 28 Nov 2017 10:23 AM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    Carroll County Schools will have a school psychology internship opening for the school year 2018-19. This will be our 12th year of having interns. Applications are now being accepted and once applications are completed interviews will be held.


    Please view our division website at ccpsd.k12.va.us to begin application process or contact Amy Aussiker, supervising psychologist for more information (ajaussik@ccpsd.k12.va.us).

  • 16 Apr 2017 1:56 PM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    ***As of April 16, 2017, there is still one internship position available. Please contact Jim Russo immediately for more information. ***


    Psychological and Diagnostic Services in the Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) offers a specialist internship for eligible candidates in school psychology. For the 2017-2018 school year CCPS will have three intern positions available. 

    Students interested in applying for an internship with CCPS must submit the following materials electronically to Dr. James Russo, Supervisor of Psychological and Diagnostic Services: 1) cover letter expressing why the applicant is interested in the CCPS internship program, 2) a resume or vita (preferred), 3) official graduate school transcripts, 4) three letters of professional recommendation and 5) a psychological evaluation report redacted to protect confidential information.  These application materials are to be sent to james_russo@ccpsnet.net by the deadline of Friday, January 27, 2017 at 4 pm. All applicants will be emailed about their interview status by January 30, 2017. Selected applicants will be invited for a required on-site interview to be held on either February 7 or 8, 2017. 


    SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST INTERN (3 POSITIONS)

    2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR 

    General Description: Under supervision, provides professional educational and psychological services to students to include classroom interventions, student assessments and placement recommendations, individual and group counseling, consultation services to staff and parents, and critical incident intervention.  Complex work is performed within specific program objectives and policies; employee communicates with teachers and other school personnel to plan work and coordinates with others to ensure service effectiveness.   Contacts are made regularly and frequently with instructional and administrative personnel, as well as with community resource personnel. 

    Essential Job Functions:

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 

    ·         Provides academic and behavioral intervention services for students in collaboration with classroom teachers.

    ·         Develops and refines skills in understanding  and applying research data and research studies, as it relates to interventions and support at the school level.

    ·         Consults and assists teachers to determine and implement appropriate academic and behavioral interventions in classrooms.

    ·         Consults with other psychologists to enhance and broaden the internship experience.

    ·         Performs psycho-educational assessments of students, observations, data collection, interpretation and analyses.

    ·         Participates in the child study and eligibility meetings to prescribe student interventions and assist the team to identify students for special education services.

    ·         Consults and collaborates with parents, teachers, students, and administrators.

    ·         Works with critical incident team in the schools, including reaction to illness, deaths, and abuse.

    ·         Provides individual and group counseling services.

    ·         Develops and coordinates various psychological services available to students and staff.  Provides training to staff and parents.

    ·         Serves as a liaison between home, school, and community.  Coordinates community resources to address child and family needs.

    ·         Provides written evaluations that are reviewed and co-signed by supervisor, as required by state, federal and local guidelines.

    ·         Performs other duties as assigned.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    Knowledge of the concepts, principles, and methodologies of school psychology, including knowledge of psychological evaluations using intelligence, personality, psychomotor function; behavioral and personality instruments; knowledge of child growth and development, learning, measurement, research, statistics, and intervention and prevention strategies.  Knowledge of federal and state regulations as well as, guidelines related to special education and pupil personnel service programs.  Demonstrated ability in individual and group decision-making, problem analysis and conflict resolution, and collaboration with other therapeutic and instructional personnel.  Intern psychologist must be knowledgeable and proficient with technology tools.

    Requirements:

    Interns must be working toward an educational specialist degree from an approved program in school psychology and are required to seek provisional certification as a School Psychologist in Virginia. Individual/group supervision is tailored to individual needs and internship program requirements. Interns must hold a valid driver’s license.

    Reports To:  Supervisor of School Psychologists and Educational Diagnosticians.   Under direct supervision of Supervising School Psychologist, and School Principals.               

    Terms of Employment:    This is a temporary work assignment with a maximum of 40 hours of paid compensation per week between August 14, 2017 and June 21, 2018. (2017-2018 School Year Only)                    

    Stipend:   $19,928.00 [Pending final budget approval (No Benefits)]



  • 25 Jan 2017 11:23 PM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    Halifax County Public Schools announces an internship for the 2017-18 school year.  Click the link for more information. 

     

    Halifax School Psychologist Intern Position Advertisement.doc 

  • 19 Jan 2017 10:47 PM | Kate Administrator (Administrator)

    Carroll County Public Schools will be having a school psychology internship opening for the school year 2017-18.   See the attachment for more details and contact information.  

     

    Position Information

  • 23 Jun 2016 11:33 PM | Pamela Gamble (Administrator)

    Stafford County Public Schools has an opening for a specialist or doctoral level school psychology intern for the upcoming SY2016-17.  The successful applicant will join a team of 17 school psychologists, a school psychology intern, and 21 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 10 years.  Pre-doctoral and post-doctoral clinical supervision is available for doctoral-level interns.  For more information, please contact Dr. Emma Jurrens, Lead Psychologist, at jurrenseb@staffordschools.net .  To apply, please visit the SCPS website at https://apps2.winocular.com/staffordva/jobs/JobPost.exe?Action=page1&ini=jobs and select the School Psychologist position under the job category of Licensed staff openings. 

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