School Psychologist/Clinical Supervisor - BCBA Preferred

US-OK-Tulsa
Job ID
2017-1461
Business Unit
Desert Choice Schools
Category
Clinical

Overview

 

LearnIt Systems is currently seeking Special Education Teachers, Behavior Technicians, paraprofessionals and classroom aides to work in our Oklahoma based programs for the 2017-18 school year.   Experience in working with children with emotional and behavioral needs is preferred but not mandated.  We offer extensive training, support and a highly competitive salary/benefits package. In addition, we are offering sign on bonuses

to teachers and classroom support staff.  

 

LearnIt Systems is a private special provider who partners with school districts throughout the state of Oklahoma (current openings in Tulsa area) to provide programs and services to students with a wide range of disabilities that includes: Autism (A), Emotional Disability (ED), Mild Intellectual Disability (MIID), Moderate Intellectual Disability (MOID), Other Health Impaired (OHI), Specific Learning Disability (SLD), and Speech-Language Impairment (SLI).

 

All LearnIt programs utilize a unique and highly-structured school-wide Positive Behavioral Supports program to improve our student’s academic, communication, independent living and social skills. We are a cohesive group of professionals that values those team members who exhibit collaboration, integrity and the desire to make a difference in the lives of children and their families.

Responsibilities

In this position, you would be a part of a private special education day school team. This team works with school districts to deliver the highest-quality services to students with special needs. As a School Psychologist you will be working with the Special Education team on IEPs, Special education case management, classroom guidance and staff training for clinical interventions, counseling per student’s IEPs, parent training and community support, as well as working closely with outside agencies and other personnel to ensure student success. You will be supported by a mentor and veteran teacher and an onsite administrator manager, as well as having the assistance of several other school psychologists within our program. This position is for the 2017/2018 school year.

 

Key Responsibilities

The School Psychologist will be a part of a team that works with students with social, emotional and behavioral needs providing counseling, training, clinical case management, therapeutic interventions, de-escalation, pre-crisis and post crisis interventions as well as Special education case management. This position is supported by a day school program that provides special education teacher and one to three behavior technicians who assist oversee with classroom management, behavior documentation and reporting, implementing social/emotional/behavioral interventions. The School Psychologist will be responsible to assist in Special Education case management, IEP and MET input, attending IEP and MET meetings, developing, collaborating, and implementing interventions for students, counseling per students IEPs, parent training, as well as providing assistance to parents in accessing outside resources for their child.  Other responsibilities include maintenance of appropriate documentation and record-keeping.

 

Why Join Our Team?

At Desert Choice Schools, we believe it’s our people that set us apart. We offer a highly competitive compensation and benefit package including:

 

  • Professional development allowance
  • Retirement and 401k plan
  • Mentorship and training programs
  • Relocation assistance and travel reimbursement (for some locations) 

 

Qualifications

Minimum of a Master’s Degree and Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Valid School Psychologist License by OK state

  • Experience working with emotional and/or behaviorally challenged students
  • PCMA certified is a plus but not required.  We can provide PCMA training for you.
  • Collaborate and able to receive to feedback, mentoring and direction from peers and supervisors
  • Maintain a professional and clinical perspective at all times, able to not internalize or personalize (e.g. emotionally) in regards certain student behaviors or mannerisms that occur
  • Ability to safely and effectively use Crisis Management Interventions (including the use of therapeutic holds) of all involved (e.g. self, student, other employees

 

Desert Choice Schools/Learn It Systems is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Applicants must be presently eligible to work in the United States

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