Continuing 0.8 FTE Posting
At this time Coquitlam School District invites applications for the position of a 0.8 continuing Educational Psychologist.
We are the third largest school district in B.C. and are located in the Tri-Cities of Metro Vancouver.
The school district has a population of 33,000 students with approximately 3,900 teaching, administrative, managerial and support staff linking the five communities of the Tri-Cities area with a total combined population of approximately 225,000.
Our district offers K-12, online, international, adult and continuing education as well as a wide range of specialized educational programs and services.
Psychologists are responsible for providing in-depth education assessments of students in the district. You will communicate and work collaboratively with other professionals including school-based teams and Learning Services staff. Other responsibilities include providing support to students with both high and low incidence exceptionalities, ESL and Aboriginal learners and students with behavior disorders; assisting in designing and evaluating individual education plans; and providing information and consultation to school personnel regarding educational placement and programnning.
Requirements and Qualifications
- A master’s degree in school or education psychology (or equivalent)
- BCASP certified or eligible for certification
- Member of the College of Psychologists preferred
- Teacher certification with B.C. Teacher Regulation Branch is (optional)
- Training and supervision in assessment and diagnosis of education problems including administration and interpretation of individual psycho educational tests
A competitive salary is offered along with a generous benefits package. The successful applicant will be required to successfully complete two criminal record checks.
To apply, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:00 pm on Tuesday, June 21, 2016
For more information about careers in SD43, please visit www.makeafuture.ca/coquitlam
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