Full-Time School Psychologist – Night Shift – Samastipur
The following responsibilities are carried out by the school psychologist as they assess the requirements of children within the educational system or school and create and implement programs to help kids realize their full potential in terms of accomplishment and adjustment.
Job Title : School Psychologist – Night Shift
Location : Samastipur, Bihar, India
Salary : $ 32.42 per hour.
Company : Mail-Well Inc.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Attends a range of meetings, including district meetings, parent or guardian conferences, special education briefings, staff and/or committee meetings, staff development sessions, and/or other relevant meetings.
- A wide range of therapeutic options, including individual, group, or system-level interventions, to improve academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and mental health outcomes.
- uses well-researched and well-tested methods to guide their decision-making and actions. collaborates with school personnel and parents to develop and enhance student intervention methods;
- Provides academic and social support to students by doing things like attending and giving input during Individualized Education Plan meetings, keeping an eye on Due Process, helping students and keeping an eye on staff when there is a crisis, and helping to find steps and responses that will help students who are having trouble with their social and emotional lives.
- Recommendations to Principals/Managers about the development and implementation of comprehensive student behavioral and disciplinary programs, as well as maintaining consistency in the application of rules and procedures.
- Work closely with teachers and staff to identify academic and classroom needs that should be taken into consideration in the development of programs, curriculum, and support services for Principals/Managers to provide recommendations in developing, planning, and administering District programs and curriculum.
- All programs are adequately staffed, agendas are prepared, letters and reports are written and responses are given to inquiries. The timetables for each program are also developed.
- Serve as a part of multidisciplinary teams to address the needs of at-risk kids and to meet the special education evaluation, eligibility, and placement requirements of students with disabilities;
- The results of the psychological assessment should be shared with the kid’s parents, teachers, and anybody else who works with the child so that they may better support their requirements.
- Pre and post-conference meetings are held; observations are conducted; assessments are written, and staff members are assisted with continuous assistance and guidance by the performance review manager.
- Assessment procedures; systematic methods for collecting data, integrating assessment results into service delivery decisions, and evaluating service outcomes.
- Data analysis and action plan development, Federal and state education legislation knowledge.
- Current advancements in the field of child psychology as well as an understanding of child psychology concepts Distinctive teaching methods depending on students’ learning styles.
- Knowledge of how people learn, the right ways to teach to meet each student’s needs, and the ability to put these things into practice and measure how well they work.
- It is possible to get a licensure as a Director of Special Education after earning a Master’s degree from the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board.