This page is intended for COE alumni and current students. We receive weekly notifications of open positions in and around Pennsylvania in the fields of education and human services that we share on this site. If you have questions about specific positions you should reach out to the contact listed in the position description or web link.
These listings are posted most recent to least.
Deadline for applications: January 11, 2019.
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Application deadline: February 22, 2019.
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Lehighton Area School District is looking for a full time school psychologist and a long-term substitute school psychologist for our district.
We are a small district outside of Allentown, PA and employ three school psychologists for our district. When fully staffed, our psychologists are able to participate school team meetings and provide individual and group counseling to our students.
Our district website is: www.lehighton.org
The link to apply is: https://www.lehighton.org/
Mark McIntyre, Ed.S.
Director of Special Services
Lehighton Area School District
Phone: 610-377-4490 ext: 1599
Long-Term Substitute Spanish Teacher – Palisades Middle School is seeking a long-term substitute teacher to teach middle school Spanish classes starting approximately January 2, 2019 through the end of the 2018/2019 school year. The successful candidate must have the skills to teach Spanish language and Hispanic cultures for grades 6, 7 and 8. Interested candidates must be Spanish certified.
Interested applicants need to submit through Recruit and Hire at https://palisades.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=88: letter of interest, resume, completed PA standard application, college transcripts, copy of PA teaching certificate, 3 letters of recommendation, clearances (Acts 24, 34, 114 & 151 current within a year), and disclosure form(s) Act 168. Deadline for applications is December 14, 2018. Letters of interest should be addressed to Dr. Karl Scheibenhofer, Principal at PALMS. EOE
I hope you are having a wonderful week so far. I am excited to announce that we have open positions available in the Norristown Area School district!
We would love to meet and interview your upcoming Graduates for one of these positions! Please feel free to share this email with your students and have them reach out to me with any questions!
We currently have LTS openings in High school Biology/chemistry, Middle School science and Middle School English
Assistant Director of Human Resources
Norristown Area School District
401 N. Whitehall Road
Norristown, PA 19403
The Environmental Charter School in Pittsburgh, PA is seeking a qualified School Psychology Intern to work as an integral member of the Special Education and Student Service teams for the 2019-2020 school year. The PDF flyer is attached.
Applications for a full-time (1200 clock hours) school psychologist (specialist level) intern will be accepted. The School Psychology Intern will receive a stipend of $20,000. Interns will be supervised by a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and follow the National Association of School Psychologists Internship Model.
Application packets should contain a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and two letters of recommendation. Materials may be sent electronically to the below email address or via mail to:
Maryssa McGuire, School Psychologist
Environmental Charter School
829 Milton Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15218
For further questions, please call 412-247-7970x119 or email email@example.com.
Associate/Full tenure-track position open at the University of Kentucky to begin in Fall of 2019
Here’s a quick link to the job: http://ukjobs.uky.edu/
Dear Prospective School Psychology Intern:
The Pennsauken Public School District is accepting internship applications for the 2019-2020 academic school year. We anticipate 6 full-time, stipend positions, beginning in September 2019 and concluding in June 2020. Pennsauken Public School District is a highly competitive internship program, offering candidates the following opportunities:
Thorough Training and Support
* Individual supervision weekly with a certified school psychologist;
* Monthly training seminars on a variety of topics;
* Opportunity to work with seasoned and dynamic school psychologists, social workers, speech therapists, occupational and physical therapists, and learning consultants.
Diverse Cultural and Classification Experiences:
* Diverse populations, including ages 3 -21, Pre-k to 12th grade; 18 – 21 year program
* Autism, Behavioral Issues, Medically Fragile, CI, SLD, ED; In-District Alternative Programs; and Out of District placements
* Vocational planning, transition planning, community-based instruction, career counseling,
* Family work, parenting groups, issues counseling, and work with local agencies supporting our students.
Pennsauken supports for interns includes:
* Fully insured, professional liability;
* Provisions for each intern– laptop, all needed office materials, equipment & supplies;
* Wide variety of most current test and assessment tools and supplies; and
* Opportunity to engage in research interests.
Interested parties should send current CV, transcripts, and letter of interest to:
Director of Special Services
Pennsauken Public Schools
The university counseling center internship at California State University, Monterey Bay.
We launched with our first cohort this July and it has been an incredible few months! We are now in the recruitment phase to fill our 2 intern positions for the upcoming year at a salary of $29,496 plus benefits. Interns are also eligible for affordable employee housing adjacent to campus during their year at CSUMB.
· We have submitted our application to become APPIC Members this summer and are awaiting their decision. We would be happy to update your program on our status as we learn more. Since we cannot yet be listed in the directory, we will participate in Match through the non-member option. Because that option means information about our program will not be as readily available to internship candidates, I am working to spread the word directly about our program so that candidates can consider us as a viable internship option.
- Our APPIC Match Number is 244211
·Given that we are an emerging program we have not yet obtained APA accreditation. However, we have developed our program with both APPIC and APA-accreditation in mind. We plan to submit our self-study for review at the beginning of 2019.
You and your students are invited to check out our attached brochure or our Training tab on the website that overviews our training program and details some of the exciting opportunities we will continue offering our interns. In addition, I have highlighted a few below.
·Work with an interdisciplinary team of psychologists and counselors at the UCC and use a treatment-team approach to care coordination with CSUMB’s Health and Wellness Services and Student Disability Resources.
·Co-construct the training experience based on areas of interest and goals for the training year and beyond.
·Receive supervision and guidance in developing skills in the mental health field that will prepare interns for a role in a university counseling center following graduation.
·Learn to use a collaborative, systems approach to working within a larger campus environment.
·Receive training and experience providing supervision to a master’s-level trainee.
·Develop strong risk assessment and crisis management skills by conducting scheduled and walk-in crisis appointments and participating in the after-hours on-call rotation.
·Participate in a variety of campus outreach activities and plan and facilitate specific outreach events addressing the unique needs of underrepresented populations on campus.
·Receive mentorship and assist with UCC administrative duties to hone leadership skills.
Thank you for taking the time to review some of the information regarding this new internship opportunity. I wish you and all of your student’s well during this time! Please do not hesitate to be in touch with me regarding any questions that you or your students may have. I look forward to connecting with you and your this upcoming academic year and in the future.
Please see attached opportunities for graduate students seeking internship opportunities in the field of School Psychology.
Please feel free to share with any interested students and fellow colleagues. Also, don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.
ISAAC J. TARBELL, SUPERVISOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES
2323 BRIGHTON RD. PITTSBURGH, PA 15212
412-529-3193 (W) | 412-224-4665 (F) | 724-854-4278 (C) | ITarbell1@pghschools.org