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Employment Opportunity: Faribault Public Schools

7 May 2019 11:19 AM | Quinn Meyer (Administrator)

FULL TIME (1.0 FTE) SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST - DISTRICTWIDE                                      
 
Job Description:  Faribault Public Schools seeks a school psychologist commencing with the start of the 2019-20 school year.  Faribault school psychologists work as part of innovative, professional, and collaborative teams. They are valued team members and have the opportunity to work on special education evaluations, individual student consultation and problem solving, and serve as a resource for staff.

There are a number of unique features to this position:

  • Digital administration of intellectual assessments
  • Digital behavior assessment tools
  • Work in a collaborative and supportive team approach
  • Monthly collaboration meetings with other school psychologists and Special Education leadership
  • District pays for annual attendance to MSPA Midwinter Conference
  • Intern supervision available by Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)
  • Interns receive full pay and benefits per Teacher contract
  • Clerical support for mailings and scheduling meetings
  • Diverse and unique student population
  • School psychologists are leaders for elementary Problem Solving Teams
  • Work collaboratively with Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
  • Teacher contract offers pay on Ed.S/ Ph.D. lane
  • PBIS initiatives in several buildings
  • Comp time for required meetings outside contract hours


In addition to a supportive and collaborative professional environment, the town of Faribault has a number of unique characteristics: 

  • District Eligible for Federal Loan Forgiveness
  • District Eligible for Perkins Loan Teacher Cancellation
  • Commutable from Twin Cities, right off I35
  • Centrally located and driving distance within an hour of Mankato, Rochester, Twin Cities
  • Lots of lakes and good fishing
  • New downtown revitalization project
  • Small town feel with many restaurants & recreational opportunities

 
                                                                         
Licensure:   Licensed by MDE as a “Full-Time School Psychologist” or as a “Limited Full-Time School Psychologist”.  Professional supervision by a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) is available for applicants provided they meet licensure requirements. 

 
Application procedure:        Apply online at: www.faribault.k12.mn.us

Application deadline:          Open until filled

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