JobID 1730 : School Psychologist (#1511463)
Mapleton Public Schools, Adams County District #1 does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, marital status, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its educational programs or activities. Inquiries may be referred to the Executive Director of Human Resources, 7350 N Broadway, Denver, CO 80221 (303) 853-1000, or the US Dept. of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 1961 Stout Street, Denver, CO 80204.
POSITION: School Psychologist
QUALIFICATIONS: Must hold or be eligible for a Colorado License with a Special Service Provider endorsement for School Psychologist.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Out of district applicants may fill out a District application on the District web site: www.mapleton.us. In district applicants may e-mail a letter of interest and resume to: Erica Branscum, Assistant Superintendent, Talent Recruitment and Development at HR@mapleton.us.
NOTE: Special Education staff are hired and assigned to schools and programs based on the level and type of student needs. Staff members may be reassigned or released in accordance with applicable law and policy, when any of the following occur: program modification, enrollment decline, or change in level and/or type of student needs
• Articulate and act on a personal vision that directly relates to the district’s vision of Superior Quality Education for All.
• Identifies and addresses the diverse needs of learners in order to provide expanded opportunities and support for learner success.
• Establishes and maintains a strong collaborative and consultative working relationship with staff and parents.
• Exhibits commitments and competencies ensuring an integrated delivery model of service, including the demonstration of skills in developing and delivering counseling services.
• Demonstrates an understanding of and commitment to the IEP process and a standards based system of designing and delivering services and assessments.
• Demonstrates and models high expectations for all students to succeed.
• Understands that Special Education paperwork is an essential part of the position: Organizes and completes paperwork on time and documents important events and contacts.
• Demonstrates effective time management, including completion of assessments and special education paperwork.
• Attends and/or facilitates student centered/parent friendly IEP meetings.
• Works collaboratively with administration, school, and District staff.
• Provides professional staff development as needed.
• Provides direct services to students and communicates effectively with parents.
• Supports behavior interventions for students and provides staff with effective strategies and interventions as needed.
• Understands and complies with all state and federal rules and regulations.
• Must be flexible and or adaptable to changing needs of schools, student, and meeting schedules.