RAINIER SCHOOL DISTRICT
Masters degree or higher
Oregon Personnel Service License with School Psychologist endorsement.
Through understanding of special education law and procedures.
Such alternatives to the above, as the district finds appropriate and acceptable.
Hands on TIC
Small School- Rural area
20 Flex days
Potential for moving allowances
Salary based upon experience
Participate in screening and/or the development of pre-referral interventions to determine response to intervention and whether further evaluation is needed
Function as a team member in the evaluation process
Assess referred children utilizing a broad range of assessment instruments and techniques
Assist with the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans
Consult with parents, teachers and other educational personnel to help them understand child development and how it affects learning and behavior
Provide consultation on the special education needs of children
Provide individual, group or consultative services for referred children whose diagnosed needs would be addressed through behavioral interventions
Prepare and submit required documentation on children with disabilities.
Cooperate with and develop collaborative relationships with personnel of mental health, community health, and other state and local agencies serving and supporting children with special needs. Prepare forms as requested by outside agencies
As agreed upon, attend staff, professional and inter-agency meetings
Assist in conducting in-service training with district personnel
Keep abreast of new development in the field
Work with special education director and secretary to post a calendar of testing for eligibility and meetings
Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality
Work collaboratively and communicate effectively with staff, students, and parents
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Rainier School District is an equal opportunity employer