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Openings >> Psychologist-Central Committee on Spec Ed RB#12-58
Psychologist-Central Committee on Spec Ed RB#12-58
Title:Psychologist-Central Committee on Spec Ed RB#12-58
Department:Special Education
Location:School Location

RECRUITMENT BULLETIN #12-58                           PSYCHOLOGIST
NOVEMBER 1, 2012                  CENTRAL COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION                                             

POSITION:                The Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Pamela C. Brown, is interested in receiving
applications from qualified candidates for the position of:

                                     SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST
APPLICATION:        Candidates must complete an application by clicking on the “APPLY” button below. 
Once the form is complete, click the “SUBMIT” button.
QUALIFICATIONS:       Candidates must be a New York State certified school psychologist (bilingual
extension or certification preferred but not required).  Candidates must have extensive knowledge
of the Buffalo Public Schools Academic Achievement Plan, the role of the Committee on Special
Education, Federal and State regulations pertaining to Special Education including the educational
benefit review process, extensive knowledge of measuring student response to intervention (RTI),
and successful parent relations at a school or district setting that are verifiable.
LOCATION:                   School #12
DUTIES:         Under the direction of the Director of Special Education, the Psychologist will
responsible for by not limited to the following:
  • Serve as a mandated member of the Committee on Special Education.
  • Conduct mandated Psychological/Educational evaluations per State and Federal Regulations.
  • Prepare written reports and assist in the development of Individual Education Plans for students with disabilities including computer input into IEP software. 
  • Provide support to Charter Schools, non-public schools and agencies with both academic and behavioral Response to Intervention (RTI). 
  • Work with teachers and staff to develop appropriate Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans. 
  • Perform any assigned duties deemed necessary and appropriate.   
APPOINTMENT:       Appointment will be made by the Board of Education upon the recommendation
of the Superintendent following assessment of training, experience, credentials and evaluation
of service.  Personal interview shall be scheduled where appropriate.                            
SALARY:                   Salary schedule based on BTF contract.
FUNDING                  Pending Funding


FOR FILING:            NOVEMBER 16, 2012

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