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School Psychologist

Position Purpose:  Provide comprehensive school psychological services to students in grades PK-12.

  • Conduct comprehensive psychological evaluations that include but are not limited to the assessment of intellectual, developmental, academic, social/emotional and behavioral status.
  • Serve as member of Eligibility Team, presenting assessment results and determining eligibility for special education
  • Interpret and utilize assessment data for the purpose of writing psychological reports and developing written intervention plans.
  • Provide individual and group counseling to students as indicated in their IEPs
  • Consult and collaborate with school administration, instructional staff, and parents regarding the individual behavioral and academic needs of students utilizing functional behavior assessment (FBA) 
  • Provide crisis intervention in response to critical incidents and assists in conducting threat assessments
  • Serve as a member of the Child Study Team at the elementary, intermediate and high school levels, as needed
  • Participate in IEP team meetings, as needed
  • Serve as a member of other school-based teams, as appropriate
  • Assist with crisis intervention
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Education
Additional Duties:
Performs other related tasks as assigned.
Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all   inclusive of every task or responsibility.
Knowledge of psychological theory and practice including assessment and test theory, diagnostic categories, personality assessment, learning disabilities, statistics, and counseling theories; knowledge of and adherence to legal procedures as contained in local, state, and federal policies governing special education, including IDEA laws and guidelines; knowledge of and adherence to professional and ethical standards of the American Psychological Association and the National Association of School Psychologists; knowledge of counseling techniques, behavioral management techniques, classroom instructional interventions, and parent training strategies.

Uses personal computers, servers, switches, scanners and printers, and related equipment.

Travel Requirements:
Travel to school district locations to repair hardware, install software and assist end users.

REPORTS TODirector of Exceptional Programs
SALARY:  Commensurate with ability and experience
  • Hold or be eligible for a Pupil Personnel Services License with an endorsement in School Psychology
  • Have experience with administering and interpreting a variety of standardized psychological and educational assessments
  • Have excellent oral and written communication, time management and organizational skills
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities and personal characteristics necessary to work effectively with students, parents, teachers, administrators and colleagues. 

Posted By

Mecklenburg County Public Schools

175 Mayfield Dr, Boydton, VA 23917
Compare with State

Amount per Student


State Average: $11,724

% ELL Students


State Average: 9%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 14.22

% IEP Students


State Average: 13%



State Average: 801