Oak Forest, IL: School Psychologist (Part- or Full-time)

Job Description:
One of Soliant's clients, located in Oak Forest, IL, is interviewing School Psychologists for the upcoming school year.
We seek motivated applicants with excellent clinical skills, and who are invested in attaining educational goals.
Details of the assignment below: Start: ASAP End: End of school year (late May 2019) Caseload: 40-45 students Psychologist will be responsible for domain meetings, testing and eligibility meetings.
Full-time and part-time schedules available; if full-time, Psychologist will also serve as case manager and parent liaison for about 100 students As a school psychologist, day-to-day responsibilities include: Conducting individual psychological evaluations, interpreting findings and making recommendations for a meaningful educational experience for each child.
Counseling and providing psychological remedial measures for students, individually or in groups.
Educating parents and staff on psycho-educational interventions.
Consulting with teachers and other school personnel in relation to behavior management and learning problems.
Establishing efficient communications with directors, principals, teachers, parents, students, appropriate personnel, and community agencies to improve the quality of service.
Determining student's ability to learn and suggesting instructional strategies and techniques.
Communicating information clearly and concisely in multidisciplinary conferences.
Maintaining accurate and organized evaluation records.
To provide psychology services in Illinois schools, applicants would need to have the School Psychologist Professional Educator License, issued by the Illinois State Board of Education.
If you are an out-of-state applicant, Soliant can provide guidance and support in the licensure process.
Think this is an environment in which you could do great work? Start the application process today by e-mailing your resume to Monica Guu at monica.
com I welcome phone inquiries at (770) 723-3774 #LI-MG1

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