Posting #2122-308 District Office / Student Support Services
1.0 FTE position in the area of District Educational Psychologist
This is a Position of Special Responsibility - Level 3
This temporary contract position is effective September 7, 2021 and will continue until June 24, 2022.
While all applicants will be considered, preference will be given to qualified applicants who self-declare Indigenous ancestry.
Please contact Christine Love, Director of Instruction,
Student Support Services, if you have specific questions relating to this position.
-current BC Teaching Certificate
-Master's Degree or PHD in Educational Psychology with course work in Level C Assessment
-minimum of 3 years teaching experience
-Meet the requirements for British Columbia School Psychologist Association
-establishing liaison and transitions with preschool and post-secondary services in the community which provide programs for students with special needs
-providing advice to assist in program planning for students including Individual Education Plans, Individual Behaviour Plans, recommended personnel and resources
-assisting in accessing community supports and services for students
-providing knowledge of district wide programs and Student Services resources
-overseeing programming and placement in specialized settings such as Resource rooms
-providing in-service for all staff and administration on issues related to special education
-providing diagnostic and interpretive services
-providing assistance in the identification and placement of students with special needs
-promoting system wide changes that enhance the achievement of all students
-identifying students for funding
-promoting early intervention and proactive teaching practices
-coaching teachers on exemplary practices
-promoting collaborative team approach to increase more active teaching and learning competencies.