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Please contact the webmaster if you would like your Louisiana position posted here. Only Louisiana positions of interest to individuals in school psychology will be posted. Please include the following information to the LSPA webmaster for posting: School District/Organization Name, District or Geographic Location, Position Title, Full/Part Time, Number of Months/Days for Contract Employment, Application Timeline/Requested Start and End Dates of LSPA online posting, Willingness to Accept Interns, Online Link of Description of Position, Daily Work Beginning and Ending Times & if Flexible, Estimated Number of Schools Served, Salary Schedule or Negotiable Salary Range, If Local Stipend is provided, Online Link to Job Posting, Preferred Skills or Applicant Requirements, Instructions for Candidate, and Contact Information including name, title, phone number/email address, and website of employing agency/organization.
Nicholls State University: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track. LSPA Posting 8/9/2018-Position Filled.
Position within Department of Psychology, Counseling and Family Studies.
Duties & Responsibilities: 10% Participate in Program; Department; and Unit accreditation processes; assume role of university-based supervisor for field experiences upon licensure 10% - Serve on faculty committees 10% - Scholarly activities and research 20% - Advise students and mentor undergraduate research projects; advise graduate students 50% - Teach Graduate Course work in School Psychology and undergraduate courses.
Salary Schedule: Commensurate with experience; Minimum Qualifications: Earned doctorate in school psychology from NASP or APA approved program; Minimum Licenses Required: Licensed Psychologist with a declared specialty in School Psychology (or eligibility for licensure by LA State Board of Examiners of Psychologists); Preferred Licenses: BCBA certification also a plus; Preferred Experience: Graduate-level teaching; history of employment as a full-time school psychologist; supervision of school psychologists; proven or demonstrated potential for scholarly productivity; solid evidence of an Applied Behavior Analysis background in training, publication, and work history.
Collegiate Academies: Network Psychologist Specializing in Assessment, LSPA Posting 6/12/2018
Collegiate Academies builds world-class public schools that prepare all students for college success and lives of unlimited opportunity. Founded in 2008 with 80 9th graders, Collegiate Academies now serves over 1,800 students in New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The Network Psychologist is directly responsible for coordinating evaluations for scholars in need of Special Education services across the Collegiate Academies system. Learn more about Collegiate Academies here: http://collegiateacademies.org/ Role: Network Psychologist Specializing in Assessment Organization: Collegiate Academies, Full Time, Applications are currently being accepted. Apply online at: http://collegiateacademies.org/page/88/apply-now?p=job%2Fohca7fwu Contact: Emily Aeschliman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tangipahoa Parish School System: School Psychologist—2 Positions, LSPA Posting 5/20/2018
School Psychologist (9 ½ Month) Must hold State Certification as a School Psychologist. Please contact: Catherine Lofton, LCSW, Pupil Appraisal Coordinator, 985 310-2135, email@example.com
IDEA Public Schools: Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, LSPA Posting 5/9/2018
IDEA Public Schools is excited about opening 2 brand new campuses in Baton Rouge, Louisiana this August. IDEA Public Schools currently serves 36,000 students in 61 schools across the Rio Grande Valley, Austin, and San Antonio regions in Texas and we are eager to begin to work with the Louisiana community. IDEA has a track record of success, including 12 consecutive years of 100% college acceptance for graduating seniors and 100% college matriculation. Our LSSPs play a key role in ensuring high quality educational outcomes and opportunities for all IDEA students – partnering with teachers, administrators, and families! You can learn more about IDEA Louisiana here:https://www.ideapublicschools.org/regions/southern-louisiana
Role: Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, Organization: IDEA Public Schools, Full Time, Applications are currently being accepted; target hire date of June 10th with a July start date. Apply online at: https://ideapublicschools.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=653 Contact: Jessica Hess at Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org
Livingston Parish Public Schools: School Psychologist, LPSA Posting 2/26/2018
Contact Person's Name & Information: Rubby Douglas, LCSW, BACS - Pupil Appraisal Coordinator Description of Job: see attached Are you willing to accept interns? Yes, but must have strong work ethic and willingness to learn and take direction to provide the best support to students and schools.
Caddo Parish: 2 Positions, School Psychologist, LSPA Posting 2/26/2018
Zachary Community Schools: School Psychologist, LSPA Posting 2/5/2018
Position Title: School Psychologist, School District/Organization Information: Zachary Community Schools, Full/Part Time: Full time, Application Timeline: Spring 2018
Instructions for Candidates: Contact: Aenid Mason, Director of Support Student Services, Office: 658-4969 (Ext. 125); email Aeneid.Mason@zacharyschools.org Online Link of Posting and contact information: Visit the following for application - https://zachary.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=171 Requested Start and End Dates of LSPA online posting: Now-ongoing
Monroe City Schools: School Psychologist, LSPA Posting 9/5/2017
This is a 10 month position available immediately. It is being reposted to extend the deadline. Qualifications: Applicant must be certified by the state as a School Psychologist or Educational Diagnostician.
Application: Letters of interest, resumes including references, and a copy of professional certificate will be accepted. Do not send packet by email. Send application packet to: Monroe City Schools, Human Resources Division, Attention: Phedra Brantley, Director, 2006 Tower Drive, P. O. Box 4180, Monroe, LA 71211 Monroe City Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Contract Work Available, LSPA Posting 1/9/2017
School psychologists and educational diagnosticians are needed in all areas of the state, especially in central and northern Louisiana, to provide components of Bulletin 1508 evaluations for students enrolled in a virtual school. The work can be done on the weekends and in the evenings and would not interfere with current employment. For those interested, more information can be obtained from Don Fontenelle, Ph.D. (email@example.com).