School Psychologist job - St. Paul, Minnesota

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School Psychologist, St. Paul, Minnesota
K-12th grade caseload
• Collaborate with parents, teachers, school leaders, executive director of intervention services, director of clinical services, pupil appraisal team members, and other network personnel whenever necessary concerning issues related to assessment, academic/behavioral interventions, exceptional students, learning, teaching strategies, classroom management, Tier III evidence-based interventions and other areas of expertise
• Provide or assist in the provision of professional learning of intervention services team members, parents, or other school personnel on topics such as pupil appraisal services, special education eligibility criteria, exceptional students, learning styles, intervention techniques, RTI and other areas of expertise
• Master’s degree in school psychology or related field is required
• Certification by the Minnesota Department of Education as a School Psychologist
• Experience in administering and interpreting psychological and educational assessments
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Must possess basic computer skills and demonstrate the ability to use various types of software program
For more information, please contact Shawn Donalty at 770-325-0344 or email your resume and references to

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