School Psychologist

Job | Posted a year ago
Position Areas
Special Education


SALARY                                                           View Unit II Salary Scale
Commensurate with certification, degree, and experience based on the Wicomico County Unit II Salary Scale.  Includes employee benefits package.
12 months, (260 days)
FLSA:  Exempt
Contract Unit:  This position is part of the Unit II (Administrative and Supervisory) bargaining unit
Hold or be eligible for Maryland State Department of Education certificate as a School Psychologist.

Ability to communicate effectively using the English language when deemed necessary.
Conduct and interpret psychological assessments of students to parents, school staff, and students, as appropriate.
Assist in the development of educational activities and behavior management programs as they relate to individual student needs.
Meet with the IEP team to participate in eligibility determination, placement decisions, IEP development, and program reviews of students with disabilities.
Complete functional behavior assessments and develop behavior intervention plans for students with behavioral needs
Provide professional development for staff and families regarding disabilities, early intervention, behavior intervention and mental health supports
Provide counseling services to students.
Provide crisis intervention to school-based personnel, students and families.
Participate in school-based prevention and intervention programs.
Assist school officials in maintaining effective communication between students, parents, the community, and schools.
Serve as a resource and consultant to students, staff, and parents.
Serve on other committees, as needed, to support school and school system improvement efforts.

Posted By

Wicomico County Public Schools

P O Box 1538 , Salisbury, MD 21802

At the following locations

Central Office

2424 Northgate Drive Suite 100, Salisbury, MD 21801

Compare with State

Amount per Student


State Average: $15,742

% ELL Students


State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 14.80

% IEP Students


State Average: 12%



State Average: 4,679