Niles High School District 219

Position Title(s): School Psychologist Intern

Employer Name: Niles High School District 219

City where the position is located: Skokie, IL

Date position is available: 18-19 School year

Position Description: Four internship positions are available for the 18-19 school year. There are two positions at each building (North & West).
  
Full, Part Time, or Temporary: Full time

Salary Range: Salary and benefits to be determined by the Board of Education. Historically interns receive a salary of $16,000/year with health benefits. 

Contact information for the employment coordinator: 
NILES WEST
Jacquelyn Smith, Asst. Director of Student Services
5701 Oakton St. 
Skokie, IL 60077

 

Date Posted:  02/02/18

Listing Expires:  05/02/18

Manteno CUSD No. 5

2018-2019 School Psychologist Intern Position


The district is located in 
MantenoIL on Interstate 57 approximately 50 miles south of Chicago.
Manteno CUSD #5 serves approximately 2,200 students in Pre-K to 12;  one elementary school, one middle school and one high school.
For the 2018-2019 school term, Manteno CUSD No. 5 will be in its eleventh year as a state approved ASPIRE site.


School Psychologist Intern:

Master's graduate from a school psychologist program required.  Salary: $10,000 plus benefits.
180 day contract.  

General Responsibilities:

Under the direction of the Director and Assistant Director of Special Education and supervision of the School Psychologist, provide direct services for assigned schools; assist in the intervention process as a member of the Student Support Team; perform individual psychological observations, evaluations and assessments of referred students; explain the results of these evaluations to parents, teachers and students, when appropriate; provide consultation to educational staff regarding behavioral issues; and perform other related work as required.

Example of Duties Under the direction of the Special Education Director and School Psychologist:

Consult and collaborate with educational staff regarding students with emotional, behavioral, cognitive and learning difficulties, in accordance with all directives, standards, procedures, policies, laws, rules, regulations, codes and guidelines;
Process referrals, perform observations, and administer evaluation instruments to individual students;
Interpret, analyze, evaluate, document, track and report results of observations and assessments;
Assist in the intervention process as a member of the Student Support Team;
Assist in the development of FBAs and BIPs for students and in the implementation of recommended courses of action;
Support and/or facilitate Manifestation Determination Team meetings;
Consult with teachers, support staff, parents, serve as an integral part of the ESER team and attend meetings;
Maintain accurate records and other required data, prepare and submit reports in a timely manner;
Understand current issues, laws and regulations regarding psychological services, special education, special education trends, and other issues related to children with special education needs;
Maintain strict student and parent confidentiality;
Perform other related duties, as assigned.

The intern field supervisor has at least 3 years of full-time experience as a credentialed school psychologist and is employed as a regular employee or consultant by the district. The internship includes an average of at least 2 hours of supervision per full-time week. The school district affords interns opportunities for professional development comparable to those provided to school psychologists in the school district.

Unusual Working Conditions

The school psychologist intern may be assigned to a number of school buildings, so travel and reliable transportation will be required.

Knowledge

Must have knowledge of modern psychological principles, processes and techniques. Accepted psychological observation, evaluation and assessment instruments, procedures and applications. Applicable procedures, policies, rules, regulations, codes, laws and guidelines pertaining to special education. 


Benefits

  • IMRF (retirement) benefits
  • Employee Health Insurance Paid 
  • $15,000 Life Insurance policy
  • 11 Sick Days Per Year (can roll over if unused)
  • 2 Personal Days Per Year (can roll over as sick days if unused)
  • 2 Bereavement Days
  • Direct Deposit
  • And the best staff to work with in the world!

Contact Person:                   

Andy Furbee

Manteno CUSD #5 Director of Special Education

Ph. (815) 928-7007

FAX (815) 928-7251

Email:  afurbee@manteno5.org

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

West Aurora School District 129

Position Title: School Psychology Intern Positions (2 Available)

City where the position is located: Aurora, IL

Date position is available: Aug 13, 2018

Description:

Full year internship in a diverse, unit district

Positions available at the elementary and secondary levels, with rotations across all levels for each intern placement

Requirements -Completed ISBE Form 73-44; completed 2nd year of School Psychology Graduate studies at an accredited university; fully-documented as eligible to pursue internship;

motivated to work with a diverse population of students at a variety of age levels; desire to develop skills through direct academic and social/emotional intervention, consultation and assessment

Full, Part Time, or Temporary: Full time internship

Salary Range -  $12,000

Contact information for the employment coordinator: Lisa Rausch, Asst Director of Special Eduation, 1877 W Downer Place, Aurora, IL 60506, LRausch@sd129.org Fax 630-844-4442

(Preferred) Apply via: Kane County  - www.teachinkane.org

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

 

Maine Township High School District 207

Position Title: School Psychologist Intern
Location: Park Ridge, IL
Dates: August 9, 2018 - May 28, 2019
Position Description: The School Psychologist internship position is offered within Maine South’s Student Services Department. The intern will be assigned to one of Maine South’s three Student Services Teams which include a Dean, three counselors, and a social worker. Opportunities for interns include: RTI implementation, initial and reevaluations for Special Education services, consultation, individual and group counseling (with both General Education and Special Education students), participation in 504 meetings, completion of Functional Analyses of Behavior and Behavior Intervention Plans, and participation on problem-solving teams. Interns will also have the opportunity to be involved with the District 207 alternative school, Frost Academy, as well as the Transition Program for young people age 18 to 22 who have completed graduation requirements but need assistance in developing independent living and work skills. Additionally, continuing education programs are available through area hospitals and elsewhere.  
Prospective interns should have a strong background and interest in working with adolescent students. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential. The work week is Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. A 20 day elementary rotation will be arranged.  
The site supervisor is Steve Mihalopoulos. He has a Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Illinois State University and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. He is an active member of ISPA and NASP. This is Steve’s seventeenth year at Maine South. 
Marissa Ristich is also school psychologist who works at Maine South. Marissa has a Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Loyola University. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and an active member of ISPA and NASP. This is Marissa’s second year as a school psychologist. 
Full-Time

Salary: $15,000
Contact information: Interested applicants can send their resume, letters of recommendation, and a writing sample electronically to Steve Mihalopoulos at smihalopoulos@maine207.org or by mail to 1111 S. Dee Road, Park Ridge, IL, 60068. Upon review of application materials, prospective interns will be contacted for on-site interviews.     

School Association for Special Education in DuPage (SASED)

·        Position Title(s) -  School Psychologist Intern

·        City where the position is located  - DuPage County

·        Date position is available  -  2017-2018 School Year

·        Position Description  -  Interns will complete at least 2 rotations as part of the year-long internship.  Rotations might include multiple SASED self-contained programs including alternative school and/or low incidence programs (e.g., Multi-Needs, Visual Impairment, Deaf & Hard of Hearing), SASED school improvement/instructional support team, and/or member district schools.

·        Full, Part Time, or Temporary – Full time for 2018-2019 school year

·        Salary Range - $9000

Apply online at http://www.generalasp.com/sased/onlineapp/default.aspx

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

  

 

Glenbard West High School

Position: School Psychologist Intern
City: Glen Ellyn, IL
Date: 2018-19 School year
Salary: $9000 no benefits
Contact: Christopher Mitchell, Assistant Principal of Student Services, (630)469-8600christopher_mitchell@glenbard.org 
Position Description: 
  • Approved School Psychologist Intern status (submit evidence with online application)
  • Positive attitude
  • Professional demeanor
  • Exceptional skills in Diagnostics, Consultation, and Counseling students
  • Ability to work well independently
  • Desire to learn
    ​ ​
  • Multiple opportunities in district/school
Interested candidates should fill out an online application at www.glenbard.org
 

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

 
 

Glenbard East High School

Position: School Psychologist Intern
City: Lombard, IL
Date: 2018-19 School year
Salary: $9000 no benefits
Contact: Antoine Anderson, Assistant Principal of Student Services, (630)627-9250, antoine_anderson@glenbard.org
Position Description: 
  • Approved School Psychologist Intern status (submit evidence with online application)
  • Positive attitude
  • Professional demeanor
  • Exceptional skills in Diagnostics, Consultation, and Counseling students
  • Ability to work well independently
  • Desire to learn
    ​ ​
  • Multiple opportunities in district/school
Interested candidates should fill out an online application at www.glenbard.org
 

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

 

 

Glenbard North High School

Position: School Psychologist Intern

City: Carol Stream, IL
Date: 2018-19 School year
Salary: $9000 no benefits
Contact: Debra Cartwright, Assistant Principal of Student Services, (630)653-7000, debra_cartwright@glenbard.org 
Position Description: 
  • Approved School Psychologist Intern status (submit evidence with online application)
  • Positive attitude
  • Professional demeanor
  • Exceptional skills in Diagnostics, Consultation, and Counseling students
  • Ability to work well independently
  • Desire to learn
    ​ ​
  • Multiple opportunities in district/school
Interested candidates should fill out an online application at www.glenbard.org.
 

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

 

 

Glenbard South High School

Position:  School Psychologist Intern
City: Glen Ellyn, IL
Date: 2018-19 School year
Salary: $9000 no benefits
Contact: Taff Nielsen, Assistant Principal of Student Services, (630)469-6500, taff_nielsen@glenbard.org 
Position Description: 
  • Approved School Psychologist Intern status (submit evidence with online application)
  • Positive attitude
  • Professional demeanor
  • Exceptional skills in Diagnostics, Consultation, and Counseling students
  • Ability to work well independently
  • Desire to learn
    ​ ​
  • Multiple opportunities in district/school
Interested candidates should fill out an online application at www.glenbard.org.

Date Posted:  1/27/18

Listing Expires:  4/27/18

Harlem CUSD#122

Job Title/Hours Needed: School Psychologist Intern- Full time

City:  Machesney Park, Illinois

Start Date:  Immediate

Responsibilities:

Complete all assigned duties per the Harlem School Psychologist Job Description (see link).

https://www.harlem122.org/cms/lib/IL02218676/Centricity/Domain/111/School%20Psychologist.pdf

Compensation:  School Psychologist Intern compensation is $13,000

Travel Requirements

Light travel within District between buildings as determined from building assignment.

Qualifications:

Certification/License:  Valid Illinois Professional Educator License with School Support Personnel School Psychologist Endorsement 

Contact: Heidi Lange, Director of Student Support Services

https://www.harlem122.org/

heidi.lange@harlem122.org

815-654-4508

Date Posted:  1/11/18

Listing Expires:  Until filled