Location: Livonia, MI
Virtual School Psychologist Job Opportunity
Job Opening: School Psychologist
Location: Livonia, MI
Setting: Distance Learning
- Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of IDEA, ADA Section 504, and Michigan Special Education Law.
- Collaborate with special education teachers in the completion of Review of Existing Evaluation Data (REED) for three year evaluations
- Evaluate or Re-evaluate students receiving Special Education Services, as deemed necessary
- Administer tests which may include intelligence, achievement, personality, adaptive behavior, and perceptual-motor tests.
- Collect necessary, relevant data through the demonstrated ability to administer/interpret/ analyze standardized assessments.
- Integrates data obtained from tests and from other sources of information and ability to communicate these diagnostic findings to other professionals, parents, and students in a meaningful way.
- Effectively use data to inform evidence based decision-making.
- Assist identification of at risk students and target intervention supports to address their learning challenges.
- Assist in the exploration, installation, and implementation of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) by application of data informed consultation and systems coaching.
- Provide professional development for teachers
- Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA), Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) and participate in Manifestation Determination Reviews (MDR) as needed
- Provide Crisis counseling as needed and assist with the district’s response to Crisis and Risk Assessments
- Complete and submit all required records and paperwork including evaluation reports, IEP forms, statistical and Medicaid reports
- Performs systematic direct observations of pupils
- Serve as a member of the Individualized Educational Planning Teams (IEPT) as needed
- Conduct comprehensive psychological assessments for students suspected of cognitive impairments, emotional impairments, autism, specific learning disabilities, early childhood developmental delays, traumatic brain injuries and severe multiple impairments
- Serve as a member of the school’s MiBLSi or PBIS team, if applicable
- Adhere to NASP Principles of Professional Ethics
- Maintain high levels of confidentiality in working with student information
- Other responsibilities and duties as assigned
Candidates must be Michigan certified as a School Psychologist and have a minimum of two years recent experience.
Submit your resume to Elizabeth.Reitmeyer@Sunbeltstaffing.com for consideration, or contact for additional details.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled