School Psychologist - Special Education - E151
The School Psychologist is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize, manage and coordinate a comprehensive system of psychological assessment and primary mental health services to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; coordinate and implement activities to ensure district policies are in compliance with state and federal laws; perform a variety of administrative functions to meet the needs of students, families, and sites.
Any combination equivalent to: master's degree in educational or clinical psychology, including at least one
year of internship under the supervision of a credentialed school psychologist.
Valid School Psychologist Credential; valid California driver's license.