Invites Applications for:
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST (.8FTE)
The Coquitlam School District invites applications from individuals for the continuing position of School Psychologist. As the third largest school district in the province, we are located within a 40 minute drive from downtown Vancouver. The school district has a population of 32,000 students with approximately 3500 teaching, administrative, managerial and support staff.
- A master’s degree in school or educational psychology (or equivalent)
- B.C.A.S.P. certified, or eligible for certification, required
- Training and supervision in assessment and diagnosis of educational problems including administration and interpretation of individual psycho-educational tests
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Communicate and work collaboratively with other professionals including school-based teams and Student Services staff
- Support students with high and low incidence exceptionalities, ESL and Aboriginal learners, and students with behaviour disorders
- Provide in-depth education assessment services
- Provide information and consultation to school personnel regarding educational placement and programming
- Assist with designing and evaluating individual education plans
- Assist with the District Tiered Intervention Framework
To apply, please click on the following link and create a user account/profile:
Once you have completed your profile, you will have access to the job posting for School Psychologist.
Please note that only those candidates who are shortlisted will be contacted.
Posting will close at 4pm on March 12th, 2021
All applicants are advised that they must sign a release to permit a criminal review prior to confirmation of hiring. We appreciate
your interest but regret that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
“The deliberations of employees, and Committees used to screen and consider job applications, shall be kept in strict confidence, and shall not be disclosed to any person except as required by law. Personal references, recommendations and evaluations collected or generated by Board employees and Committee members as part of the Board’s hiring processes (other than references whose authorship and content is already known to the job applicant) shall be treated as having been supplied in confidence to the Board for the purposes of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.”