|Timestamp||District / BOCES / Administrative Unit||Point of Contact Name & Title||Point of Contact Information (phone number, email, mailing address)||Which region are you located in Colorado?||Positions available (select all that apply):||Are these positions grant funded?||Do you accept applications from candidates whose licensure is pending?||Indicate the anticipated number of available positions:||Please provide a brief job description:||Please provide a link to the school or district website:||Please describe any unique or unusual aspects to your school schedule (4 day a week schedule, block schedule, etc.):||Provide a link to apply (if applicable):||Link to salary schedule:||Provide instructions to apply:||Do you provide mentorship for early career professionals?||Do you provide supervision for DORA licensure (LP/LPC/LCSW)?||Additional information unique to your District/BOCES/School that you would like to share.|
|1/5/2022 13:27:26||Weld Re-3J (Weld County School District RE-3J)||Rebecca Langlois Director of Student Readiness & Special Education||303-536-2065, firstname.lastname@example.org, 1101 4th Ave., Hudson, CO 80642||Northeast||School Psychologist, Counselor||The psych positions are not grant funded, one counselor position is not grant funded, and the second counselor position will be grant funded.||Yes||3||https://www.applitrack.com/re3j/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services+-+District-wide||https://www.applitrack.com/re3j/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services+-+District-wide||Block schedule at WCHS||https://www.applitrack.com/re3j/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services+-+District-wide||https://p16cdn4static.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_367524/File/Board/2021-22/2021-2022%20Licensed%20Salary%20Schedule%20-%20Approved%209-8-21.pdf||Please visit https://www.applitrack.com/re3j/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services+-+District-wide to apply.||Yes||Yes|
|1/13/2022 12:17:49||Division of Youth Services||Kelly Engberg Balderston - Executive Director of Special Education||303-501-5607, email@example.com||Metro||School Social Work||No||Yes||1 in the Northern Region (Greeley)||Support general and special education students within a correctional setting as well as lead the school wide MTSS process/system.||https://cdhs.colorado.gov/our-services/youth-services/division-of-youth-services-education||Year round school calendar with every other Friday off, vaccination requirements, and within a youth correctional setting.||https://cdhs.colorado.gov/our-services/youth-services/division-of-youth-services-careers||https://cdhs.colorado.gov/our-services/youth-services/division-of-youth-services-careers||https://cdhs.colorado.gov/our-services/youth-services/division-of-youth-services-careers||Yes||No||This is an exciting opportunity to provide school based mental health supports to students in a secure setting. Our special education teams are made up of a building special education coordinator, education assessment specialist / Child Find, special education teacher, and a proctor. Be a part of team supporting, on average, a school with approximately fifty youth in total.|
|1/14/2022 9:38:03||East Central BOCES||Tracy Grimes, SPED Executive Administrative Assistandfirstname.lastname@example.org, 719-771-4001, PO Box 910, Limon CO, 80828||Northeast||School Psychologist||No||Yes||1.5-2||School Psychologists are responsible for completing evaluation and reports for students in preschool through the 12 grade. Provide direct and indirect servcides to students as determined on the student's IEP's. Participate on the Crisis Team to support our member school districts.||https://www.ecboces.org/||Many of our schools are in rural school district setting but those closer to the metro area are growing. Provide use of a BOCES car or mileage reimbursement. This is an itinerant position and staff are allowed to complete some work from home, such as paperwork and attending remote meetings. Staff are responsible for their own schedule, given many schools are on a 4 day a work schedule you can determine how you work your 40 hours a week. We provide numerous free staff development activities.||https://www.ecboces.org/course/view.php?id=19||Salary schedule will be provide during application process||Complete certified application. Contact Tracy Grimes for quetions.||Yes||No||Collaborative agency with great benefits.|
|1/14/2022 16:47:13||El Paso 8 (Fountain)||Erika Zulkosky, Assistant Director of Special Education||719-304-3563||Pikes Peak||School Social Work, School Psychologist, Counselor||No||Yes||2 School Psychologists, 1 Social Worker, 3 School Counselors||School Psychologists, School Social Workers, and School Counselors in Fountain-Fort Carson School District have the unique opportunity to build and refine their skills in ALL areas of the profession, as the district mental health team reflects the comprehensiveness of training. The district serves a unique and diverse population of students, including a high population of students whose parents serve in the military. The district itself staffs each building in the school district with at least one full-time school psychologist, in addition to building administrators and school counselors. School social workers are assigned to support at the secondary level, working directly with students and with teams to meet student/family needs. Providers will gain valuable experience in direct service with students, consultation with staff, MTSS, and special education law and leadership, as well as serve on district-level teams including the Autism Team, Behavior Evaluation and Support Team, and district Crisis Response Team.||www.ffc8.org||www.ffc8.org||https://www.ffc8.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=225&dataid=12835&FileName=CERTIFIED%20SALARY%20SCHEDULE%2020-21.pdf||Online application can be found at www.ffc8.org||Yes||Yes||All schools in FFC8 have a robust mental health team, consisting of at least one full-time counselor and one full-time school psychologist and/or social worker. We pride ourselves on serving our community as we navigate challenging times.|
|1/17/2022 10:17:41||Jefferson R-1 (Jeffco.)||Karen Jensen, Coordinator of School Psychologists and Social Workers||303-982-3207, email@example.com, 809 Quail St, Lakewood, CO||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist, Other (SEL specialist, mental health interventionist)||No||Yes||20||School psychologists and school social workers in Jeffco are an integral part of the continuum of social emotional supports. Primary job responsibilities include working directly and indirectly with students with disabilities with social emotional needs, completion of social emotional evaluation for special education, and development and implementation of behavior interventions.||www.jeffcopublicschools.org||Positions are typically full time in one building or split between two buildings.||https://www.jeffcopublicschools.org/employment/jobs||https://www.jeffcopublicschools.org/employment/salaries/licensed_salary_calculator||Vacant positions are posted and the interview process run through the assigned building administrator(s). Applicants should review available school psychologist/school social worker positions paying particular attention to whether the assignment is split between two buildings, full-time in one building, or itinerant across the district.||Yes||Yes||Jeffco has placed significant priority on social emotional development of all students. Every elementary and middle school has a social emotional learning specialist to support universal, preventative, and early social emotional intervention as well as a school psychologist or social worker to support the most intensive mental health needs in each building. The size of our district allows for a robust network of mental health professionals as well as strong internal mental health professional learning opportunities to build skills as well as to use towards license renewal.|
|1/19/2022 13:21:05||Adams-Arap 28J (Aurora Public Schools)||Dan Gurzick, Coordinator||1085 Peoria St, Aurora CO 80011; (303) 909-7875||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist, Counselor||No||Yes||10||https://mentalhealth.aurorak12.org/prospective-staff||https://mentalhealth.aurorak12.org/prospective-staff||https://hr.aurorak12.org/teach-lead-inspire/our-district/#job-descriptions||https://hr.aurorak12.org/teach-lead-inspire/||Yes||Yes|
|2/4/2022 14:21:14||Colorado River BOCES||Denise Rahe Special Education Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org 970-274-4460||Northwest||School Social Work, School Psychologist||No||Yes||2||School Psychologists apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. School psychologists partner with families, teachers, school administrators, and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments that strengthen connections between home, school, and the community.||http://www.crboces.org/jobs||BOCES covers multiple districts, both districts within the BOCES are 4 day a week. Offer mileage, PG budget, supply budget and training oppurtunties.||https://coloradoriverboces.wufoo.com/forms/z1pf6lbu1pis2j2/||please provide||Yes||No||We are in the mountains and offer an amazing lifestyle if you love the outdoors. We are close to the ski mountains of Aspen, Snowmass, Sunbird, beaver Creek and Vail. If you enjoy hiking, camping, fishing, kayaking, mtn biking and skiing this is the area for you.|
|2/5/2022 16:23:42||Northeast Colorado BOCES||Michelle Patterson - Director of Special Education||970-521-2771 Ext 1233; email@example.com; 301 West Powell; PO Box 98; Haxtun, CO 80731||Northeast||School Psychologist||No||Yes, Internships are available for those in their internship year.||One||Under the direction of the Special Education Director of the NE BOCES or his/her designee, the NE BOCES School Psychologist will work cooperatively with local member school districts to conduct evaluations, develop Individual Education Plans, provide direct and indirect services, complete functional behavior assessments, and develop behavior intervention plans.||https://www.neboces.org/||Northeast Colorado BOCES is an administrative unit serving 12 school district members. We provide services for rural communities, and schools with a student population ranging from 100-800 total students. Our supervisors have many years of experience in the profession, as well as experience working with interns. Additionally, our internship program offers FULL salary based on placement on our designated salary schedule.||https://www.neboces.org/page/boces-job-postings||https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1828505/GCA_E_3_Salary_Schedule.pdf||Complete on-line / mail in application. Be certain to include two letters of reference. Position open until filled.||Yes||Let's check!||Competitive salary as per salary schedule based on education and experience. Full benefits package to interns (single health / vision / dental; workman's comp.; PERA; short-term disability ins.; mileage reimbursement for work-related travel). BOCES also pays expenses for one conference annually. It can be a state conference with full coverage of expenses or a national conference with the BOCES paying only registration, lodging and meals, but not airfare.|
|2/22/2022 9:16:30||Mesa 51 (District 51)||Carter Ness - HR Recruiter||Carter.Ness@d51schools.org||West Central||School Psychologist||No||Yes||5-6||Description: Engage in actively providing direct and indirect short-term therapeutic, mental health interventions appropriate to individual needs, circumstances, and environments. These interventions may include individual and/or small group counseling; providing classroom-based social and emotional instruction/intervention; facilitating conflict resolution; as well as providing support to family members or guardians. Interventions may be focused at primary, secondary, or tertiary levels and be goal-oriented to prevent school failure, problematic behaviors, social and/or emotional distress, etc. Develop and facilitate positive, collaborative partnerships with students, families, community systems and resources, and educational personnel. Activities may include working individually, with small groups, as well as providing in-services and/or materials to parents, school personnel, and/or community systems to enhance knowledge and functionality. Participate in district activities that align with State of Colorado Medicaid Reimbursement Program standards for schools. This includes maintaining current records and submitting monthly billing statements for eligible students, according to certification guidelines.Participate in on-going professional growth activities, committees and organizations, both school and community based. They identify and meet yearly professional goals. Perform other duties as assigned|
Job Summary: School Psychologist will provide a multi-tiered, comprehensive array of services that are available to all students with consideration to their unique developmental and intrinsic qualities. School psychologists are responsible for providing legally and procedurally defensible guidance and team leadership that includes advising allocation of resources and alignment with State and Federal Education Guidelines, procedural safeguards, and ethical practices. School Psychologists work collaboratively in educational settings and participate in the Problem Solving/Multi-Tiered System of Supports process, with the intention of supporting student growth, development, and mastery in social/emotional, academic, and life/vocational domains. School Psychologists work as change agents to enhance best practice and inclusion of all persons in high quality and meaningful educational activities and environments.
|d51schools.org||https://www.applitrack.com/d51schools/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?AppliTrackJobId=7661||https://www.d51schools.org/common/pages/DisplayFile.aspx?itemId=37036316||Apply online at D51schools.org!||Yes||Yes|
|2/22/2022 11:38:15||Larimer R-1 (Poudre School District)||Brittany Hutson, Lead Psychologistfirstname.lastname@example.org||North Central||School Psychologist||No||Yes||1-2||Responsible for the delivery of direct educational and mental health services to create supportive learning and social environments for all students. Responsible for conducting formal and informal assessments for the identification, placement, and programming of students for Special Education services and providing effective services to help students succeed academically,socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.||www.psdschools.org/careers||www.psdschools.org/careers||https://www.psdschools.org/careers/working-at-psd/salary-schedules||Please apply on the psdschools.org website.||Yes||Yes|
|3/2/2022 18:56:56||Douglas Re-1 (Douglas County Schools)||Ellen Kerkhoff, Mental Health Team Lead - Psychologists and Social Workers||303-204-8255, email@example.com, 620 Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist, Counselor||No||Yes||20+||School Mental Health Providers in the Douglas County School District serve students across all levels (PK-12) who require universal, targeted, and intensive intervention across special education and general education populations. Candidates should have demonstrated knowledge, skills, and commitment needed to provide direct and indirect services that help students and youth succeed: academically, socially, behaviorally and emotionally. They must be able to support and establish a safe, inclusive and respectful learning environment for a diverse population of students in order to: alleviate barriers to learning, engage students as individuals with unique interests and strengths, and promote student success at the student’s developmental level. Additionally, applicants should have demonstrated expertise in assessment, data based decision-making skills and psycho-educational practices, in order to plan, consult, collaborate and/or provide direct services to students. They must demonstrate knowledge of and ability to implement crisis prevention, intervention, response and recovery efforts.||https://www.dcsdk12.org/cms/one.aspx?portalId=220484&pageId=5755234||NA||https://www.dcsdk12.org/cms/one.aspx?portalId=220484&pageId=5755234||External Candidates apply by searching social work, psychologist, or counselor||Yes||Yes, DORA supervision is available||DCSD provides a supportive, collaborative environment with ample opportunities for professional growth and development|
|3/10/2022 8:50:33||Montrose Re-1J (Montrose County School District)||Mandy Martinez, Adm. Asst.||970-249-2405 ext 5646. firstname.lastname@example.org||West Central||School Psychologist||No||Yes||1||School Psychologist assigned to one elementary primarily.||www.mcsd.org||https://youtu.be/n91kvRGFbJ4||https://www.applitrack.com/mcsd/onlineapp/||https://www.mcsd.org/Downloads/MCSD%202021-2022%20Licensed%20Salary%20Schedules2.pdf?v=-105||Please apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/mcsd/onlineapp/||Yes||Yes||Beautiful Rural District surrounded by Recreational Opportunities!|
|3/15/2022 14:29:55||San Juan BOCES||Royce Tranum, Behavioral Health Coordinator||970-749-6052 email@example.com||Southwest||School Behavioral Health Professional - can be a social worker, counselor, psych, teacher||The program is jointly funded through EARSS and a contract with local Departments of Human Services||Yes||1||The goal of this position will be to support youth and their team(s) in creating and implementing Individual Success Plans that will lead to successful BETA program completion based on individualized goal attainment. The BETA Coordinator will provide intensive case management and direct behavioral health services to a small caseload of identified secondary school students. The BETA coordinator will work closely with school teams to build sustainable supports in the home, school, and community.||www.sjboces.org||https://sjboces.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2964||Simply fill out the online application. Feel free to contact with questions.||Yes||Yes|
|3/15/2022 14:31:18||San Juan BOCES||Diane Dettlofffirstname.lastname@example.org||Southwest||School Social Work||No||Yes||1||The goal of this position is to maximize student achievement through screening, assessment, Individual and/or group support and/or skill building services and consultation for students with significant educational/social/emotional needs and/or IEPs.||www.sjboces.org||https://sjboces.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=1620||Simply fill out the linked application or reach out with questions.||Yes||Yes|
|3/24/2022 19:05:11||Arapahoe 5 (Cherry Creek Schools)||Steve Nederveld; Lauren Ross - Mental Health Coordinatoremail@example.com; Lauren: firstname.lastname@example.org||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist||No||Yes||15-20||1) School Social Work Job Description: https://enmv.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/requisitions?keyword=Social%20Worker-POOL
2) School Psychologist Job description: https://enmv.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/requisitions/preview/1000235/?keyword=school+psychologist+pool
|https://www.cherrycreekschools.org/domain/2368||Positions are most often allocated full-time to one building, or split between two buildings. Please apply to the Pool Posting for psychologist or social worker, in order to have a screening interview with a member of the mental health leadership team.||Social Work Pool Posting: https://enmv.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/requisitions/preview/1000236/?keyword=social+work+pool; Psychologist Pool Posting: https://enmv.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/requisitions/preview/1000235/?keyword=Psychologist-+POOL||https://www.cherrycreekschools.org/Page/2906#xd_co_f=NGU4NTVjNDctYjczYi00YjFjLTlmYzctYmMxOTMyODliNGYy~||Qualified mental health candidates are encouraged to apply to the Pool Posting, using the links listed above. A member of the mental health leadership team will set up a screening interview.||Yes||Yes||Our district offers a robust training and support program for members of the mental health team, including mentorship, induction training, and support from mental health leadership. We offer frequent professional development opportunities and peer consultation groups.|
|3/28/2022 16:27:15||Douglas Re-1 (Douglas County Schools)||Christina Wu, Director of Student Supportemail@example.com, 303-683-7836||Metro||School Psychologist, Counselor||No||Yes||1 for school psychologist, 1 for school counselor||School Psychologist is a full-time position at the elementary level (K-5th). The School Counselor is a full-time position at the middle or high school level.||https://stemk12.org/about-us/employment/||https://stemk12.org/about-us/employment/||Yes||No||We are a K-12 charter school affiliated with Douglas County School District.|
|3/30/2022 14:59:31||El Paso 12 (Cheyenne Mountain School District)||Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Administrative Ofice||719-475-6100, 1775 LaClede St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905||Pikes Peak||Counselor||No||Yes||1||This position is a traditional school counselor role, supporting students of one grade level with academics, college/career, and personal/social needs. Works with a dynamic and collaborative team composed of 3 other grade-level counselors, 2 counselor interventionists, social workers, and a college & career counselor. Must hold or be eligible to obtain a Colorado Department of Education license with an endorsement in School Counseling or comparable endorsement. Previous secondary experience preferred.||https://www.cmsd12.org/||Hybrid block schedule - straight 8 period days on M,T,F and block days on W,Th||https://www.applitrack.com/CMSD12/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Licensed+Student+Support+Services||https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PPBIJC5fedgkDL_N2_WQ-YRp8WA_4x1M/view||Go to application link above, click on the red "Apply" box in the top right corner of the School Counselor listing.||Yes||Potentially, at the discretion of the qualified supervisors in the CMHS Counseling Dept.|
|4/4/2022 9:21:57||La Plata (Durango 9-R Schools)||Mari Stevenson- Coordinator of Student Support Servicesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Southwest||Counselor, Other (SEL specialist, mental health interventionist), 3 counselors and 2 behavior interventionist||Behavior interventionists will be grant funded positions||Yes||5||https://durango.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx||Yes||Yes|
|4/11/2022 12:58:11||Denver 1 (Denver Public Schools)||Cari Ledger and Meredith Fatseas, Managers of Social Work and Psychological Servicesemail@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist||No||Yes||10||DPS is the largest district in the state and the most culturally and linguistically diverse. Our district is leading the nation in focusing on equity and inclusion, whole child supports and social emotional learning for all students. Our School Psychologists provide a wide variety of special education and social emotional support from Tier One supports to individually serving students in special education. They support the social and academic growth of all children while advocating for equity and social justice. We are known throughout the state for our successful three-tier approach to suicide and threat prevention, assessment and intervention.||dpsk12.org||https://dpsjobboard.dpsk12.org/||http://thecommons.dpsk12.org/Page/3200||Check out our job board at https://dpsjobboard.dpsk12.org/||Yes||No|
|5/11/2022 13:51:45||El Paso 12 (Cheyenne Mountain School District)||Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Admin Office,||719-475-6100, 1775 LaClede St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905||Pikes Peak||School Social Work, School Psychologist, Counselor, Other (SEL specialist, mental health interventionist), Teacher license holders with knowledge of intervention strategies and/or completion of coursework in counseling/social work.||No||Yes||1||Counselor Interventionist|
Qualifications: Candidate must have or be eligible to obtain a Colorado Department of Education license; endorsement in counseling or social work preferred. Consideration will be given to teacher license holders with knowledge of intervention strategies and/or completion of coursework in counseling/social work. Counselor Interventionist focuses on social/emotional and academic interventions, supports, and guidance for students through the MTSS process and 504 Plans.This position collaborates with Counseling Team composed of 4 grade-level counselors, 1 other counselor interventionist, social workers, and a college & career
|https://www.cmsd12.org/||Hybrid block schedule - Straight 8 periods (1-8) on Mon, Tues, Fri. Block schedule with "Access" period for remediation and other support on Weds (odd periods) & Thurs (even periods).||See Counselor Interventionist, High School at https://www.applitrack.com/CMSD12/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Licensed+Student+Support+Services||https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PPBIJC5fedgkDL_N2_WQ-YRp8WA_4x1M/view||Go to apply link above, scroll to Counselor Interventionist, High School, and click on the red Apply button at the top right of the listing.||Yes||At the discretion of supervisor and other qualified staff.||Position posted on 5/10/22. Position will remain open for a minimum of one week from the posting date and will remain open until filled.|
Starting Date: 08/08/2022
|5/26/2022 14:57:17||El Paso 12 (Cheyenne Mountain School District)||Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Administrative Office||719-475-6100, 1775 LaClede St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905||Pikes Peak||School Social Work||No||Yes||1||Must possess a school social work license through the Colorado Department of Education (CDE). Responsibilities include networking with community agencies, triage, crisis coordination, mental health assessments and counseling services. School based experienced and a clinical license preferred.||https://www.cmsd12.org/||Position is District-based, but assigned to one or more schools within the District, which includes 1 high school, 1 junior high, 5 elementary schools, and 1 preschool.||https://www.applitrack.com/CMSD12/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Licensed+Student+Support+Services||https://drive.google.com/file/d/14N-yiLi-rPbuFDVWtkmAIXO1LHVBWA3M/view||Go to link provided, scroll down to Social Worker, and click on the red "Apply" link in the top right corner of the position listing.||Yes||Yes, at the discretion of other Social Workers on the team,||The D12 Social Work program operates as a grass-roots model, providing mental health support, crisis response, and links to community resources. This position is not specifically a special education service provider.|
|6/10/2022 9:32:47||Adams 27J (School District 27J)||Michael Clow - CHRO||MClow@sd27j.net||Metro||School Psychologist, Counselor||No||Yes||4||Qualifications:|
A valid Special Services License in School Psychology from the Colorado Department of Education.
Ed.S or PhD in School Psychology is required.
Applicants are highly encouraged to have a DORA (Department of Regulatory Services) license in Clinical Psychology, but not required.
The ability to handle many complex tasks simultaneously.
The ability and interest to be part of a high-functioning team. (Having respected and trusted colleagues, preferably as teammates, makes the demands of teaching sustainable.)
The ability and interest to learn continuously and to adapt to changing circumstances (student characteristics, curriculum, and so on).
A belief in empowering all children as owners of their learning.
|Workat27J.com||4 Day Schedule - Tuesday-Friday work week||Workat27J.com||https://www.sd27j.org/Page/88||Psychologist: https://www.sd27j.org/Page/9178?category=Special+Education|
|Yes||Yes||A fast growing district; Close to Denver, Boulder and DIA.|
|6/23/2022 16:57:41||Other - Facility School||Esmeralda Soto- Talent Acquisition Coordinator||720 961 3841; email@example.com ; 3401 Quebec St #2000, Denver, CO 80207||Metro||School Social Work||No||Yes||1||Our School Social Workers provide social services and assistance to improve the social and emotional functioning of students and their families in order to maximize academic functioning and achievement. Additionally, our School Social Workers:|
-Participate in crisis management by implementing protocols, providing counseling and/or making referrals
-Counsel students, parents (in groups and individually) and consults with staff in the development of appropriate behavior goals
=Respond to referrals and or reported cases from teachers, administrators, other school personnel, parents, students, self, and community agencies such as the Department of Human Services
-dServe as a liaison between students, homes, schools, family services, child guidance clinics, courts, protective services, doctors, and other contacts, to help children who face problems such as disabilities, abuse, or poverty
|https://www.dsstpublicschools.org/||At the core of our approach are strong and meaningful relationships, fostered in small schools, that ensure every student and staff member is known and valued for their unique contributions. Through this whole child approach, we operate many of the top middle and high schools in the city of Denver. But the true success has been that all our graduating seniors have been accepted into college since the first graduating class in 2004.||https://dsstpublicschools.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/DSST_Careers||$52,000-$58,240 with salary determined by years of experience||Please apply through our careers website at this link: https://dsstpublicschools.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/DSST_Careers/jobs/details/Social-Worker--2022-2023-_R1790?q=social%20work||No||Yes|
|6/23/2022 17:01:38||Denver 1 (Denver Public Schools)||Esmeralda Soto- Talent Acquisition Coordinator||720 961 3841; firstname.lastname@example.org; 3401 Quebec St #2000, Denver, CO 80207||Metro||School Psychologist||No||Yes||1||DSST Public Schools seeks School Psychologists with the potential for and a track-record of raising student achievement to join a team of educators dedicated to providing a rigorous college preparatory program to a diverse population*. At DSST teachers are leaders who play an integral role in ensuring student success through the promotion of cultures of difference, developing and instructing a rigorous core curriculum that is responsive, relevant, and youth informed, and using data to analyze and drive their daily practice. |
*Please visit our website to better understand the demographics of each of DSST’s campuses.
Our school psychologists:
· Consult with staff and parents, making recommendations for developmentally appropriate services and strategies to assist in improving student achievement
· Participate in crisis management by implementing protocols, providing counseling and/or making referrals
· Counsel students, parents (in groups and individually) and consults with staff in the development of appropriate behavior goals
· Interpret test data, researches available tests necessary to meet individual school needs, and interprets individual and group test data to staff and parents
· Serve as a liaison between students, homes, schools, family services, child guidance clinics, courts, protective services, doctors, and other contacts, to help children who face problems such as disabilities, abuse, or poverty
|https://www.dsstpublicschools.org/||We foster school communities where our students and staff become the best versions of themselves. At the core of our approach are strong and meaningful relationships, fostered in small schools, that ensure every student and staff member is known and valued for their unique contributions. Through this whole child approach, we operate many of the top middle and high schools in the city of Denver. But the true success has been that all our graduating seniors have been accepted into college since the first graduating class in 2004||https://dsstpublicschools.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/DSST_Careers/jobs/details/Network-Psychologist--2022-2023-_R2196?q=psych||$68,000-$76,000||Please apply through our website through this direct link: https://dsstpublicschools.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/DSST_Careers/jobs/details/Network-Psychologist--2022-2023-_R2196?q=psych||Yes||Yes|
|6/28/2022 10:37:32||Charter School Institute||Mia Coffing Principal||5592 Independence St Arvada CO 80002 Mia.Coffing@prospectacademyco.org||Metro||School Psychologist, Counselor||No||Yes||2 FTE||The school psychologists (one at the elementary level and one in the middle school) at Prospect Academy are part of the school’s exceptional student services team. Each psychologist will teach one or two social skills classes per day and will serve as case manager for a caseload of approximately 16 students. The psychologist will meet with these students daily to provide support with IEP goals and social-emotional learning. The school psychologists’ remaining time is spent providing one-on-one support for students, conducting assessments, and providing classroom push-in support when needed.||prospectacademyco.org||Early release Wednesday for staff PD||https://www.prospectacademyco.org/careers||send resume to email@example.com||Yes||Yes||Prospect Academy is a new public charter school opening in August 2022.The primary focus of the school is serving students who have diagnoses of autism, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, Attention-Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder (ADHD), and other learning differences.|
|6/28/2022 14:59:58||Adams 14 (Commerce City)||Nathan Boughton, Director of Human Resources||303-853-3260 | firstname.lastname@example.org||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist||No||Yes||3||Provides student assessment and guidance, identifies developmental, learning and behavioral needs of students. Utilize the information gleaned to determine optimal support or guidance for the students. Collaborate with teachers, involve staff, and parent/guardian regarding steps to improve the development of the students as they move toward adulthood. Design and implement research-based programs and interventions to assure students are receiving the most up to date and proven techniques. Act as liaison between students, teachers, involved staff and parent/guardians. Advocate for homeless youth and families to ensure their rights under Title X are followed. Develop and promote good community relations among stakeholders. May assist with translation and/or communication using second language skills when possible.||http://www.adams14.org||http://www.adams14.org||Interested candidates should send a resume to email@example.com||Yes||Yes|
|7/12/2022 12:47:11||Arapahoe 5 (Cherry Creek Schools)||Leigh Williams Special Education Director Middle Schools and Special Education Mental Health Director||720 886 7022 firstname.lastname@example.org||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist, districtwide assessment team||No||No||1||Position is .4 charter school and .4 assessment team||https://www.cherrycreekschools.org/domain/1417||https://enmv.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001||https://www.cherrycreekschools.org/cms/lib/CO50000184/Centricity/Domain/1417/2022-2023%20Teacher_SSP%20Salary%20Schedule.pdf||Please see CCSD website or feel free to email resume to Leigh Williams and she will guide you on how to apply||Yes||Yes||Position is specialized position where provider is only required to address special education needs only|
|8/4/2022 12:37:12||El Paso 11 (Colorado Springs School District 11)||Randy Zimmerman - Executive Director||719-633-1306, email@example.com, 4635 Northpark Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80918||Pikes Peak||School Psychologist||No||Yes||1||Effective school psychologists are vital members of the education team. They are properly credentialed and demonstrate professional expertise in psychoeducational assessment practices, interventions and crisis preparedness and response. Effective school psychologists provide services to help all children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally and emotionally. Effective school psychologists strive to support growth and development in the least restrictive environment, close achievement gaps and prepare diverse student populations for postsecondary and workforce success. They have a foundation in both psychology and education, are experts in addressing barriers to educational success.||www.civacharterschool.org||Please send letter of interest and resume/qualifications to Executive Director, Randy Zimmerman at firstname.lastname@example.org||No||No|
|8/19/2022 15:02:58||Not Affiliated||Dr. Courtney Tolinski, Director of the ZF Learning Evaluation Center||734-545-0103; email@example.com; 4000 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Littleton, CO 80123||Metro||Other (SEL specialist, mental health interventionist)||No||Yes||2||Conduct psychoeducational evaluations with a multidisciplinary evaluation team for kids ages 4-18.||https://learningevaluationcenter.org/||n/a||$4875-6,500/month||Please send your CV and a sample, redacted report to firstname.lastname@example.org.||Yes||No||The Learning Evaluation Center is housed within Havern School, a private school in Littleton for children with learning disabilities. We evaluate kids within the metro-denver area (not just within the school).|
|9/1/2022 11:13:32||Arapahoe 6 (Littleton)||Lisa Lira Director of Operations||(303)734-1995 email@example.com 5301 S Bannock st. Littleton CO 80126||Metro||School Psychologist||No||Yes||.5 at Littleton Prep, possibly full time share with a district school|| Must hold or be eligible to hold current CDE license with appropriate endorsement in school psychology.|
Strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to maintain and demonstrate flexibility in responding to changing needs; knowledge of current special education laws and practices; demonstrate effective group facilitation skills; ability to work individually with students; knowledge of best practices in assessment, service delivery and response to intervention models; demonstrate ability in using data in developing IEPs, functional behavior assessments, behavior intervention plans, danger assessments and crisis intervention.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and collaborative relationships with colleagues, students and parents; desire and ability to function as a team member; ability to work with students in whole class and small group settings, knowledge of effective behavior management techniques; knowledge of running effective counseling groups; case management; crisis intervention; effective oral and written communication skills.
Salary is determined according to education and experience.
1. Minimum of 60 graduate semester hours for the preparation of school psychologist.
2. Hold or be eligible to hold a Colorado Department of Education License.
3. Hold appropriate endorsement as school psychologist.
1. Successful completion of internship in school psychology.
2. Previous teaching experience subject area and/or level desirable.
|https://littletonpublicschools.net/schools/littletonprep/welcome||Flexible schedule||43K||Please email Lisa Lira at firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||LCSW only|
|10/13/2022 13:32:23||Montrose Re-1J (Montrose County School District)||Jacob Price / School Psychologist||(719) 766-5305 / email@example.com|
930 Colorado Ave. Montrose, CO 81401
|West Central||School Social Work, School Psychologist, BCBA's||No||Yes||3||The school psychologist is responsible for consultation services, some direct counseling services, program evaluation, specific assessments, and works in collaboration with various school teams to assist the district in its mission to ensure that every student develops the enduring knowledge, skills and character to thrive in a changing world. 3 open positions.||https://www.mcsd.org||Typical school calendar (Mon.- Fri.) and 182 day work year.||https://www.mcsd.org/Employment.aspx||https://www.mcsd.org/Downloads/MCSD%202021-2022%20Licensed%20Salary%20Schedules.pdf||https://www.applitrack.com/mcsd/onlineapp/_application.aspx?posJobCodes=2588&posFirstChoice=Licensed%20Support%20Services&posSpecialty=Psychologist|
The district uses Applitrack for employment.
|Yes||No||Nestled within Colorado’s gorgeous Western Slope, the towns of Montrose and Olathe are surrounded by an endless variety of prospects for exploration and adventure (Black Canyon National Park, Telluride and the San Juan Mountains to the South, along with rivers, lakes and streams). MCSD is one of the largest rural school districts in Colorado, which means we are small enough to be neighborly, but still big enough to continue growing (with short commutes to school and work). |
Come join the largest employer in Montrose County and work in an area where you can enjoy scenic drives, wilderness treks, a round of golf, and visits to our many local restaurants or brewpubs. Montrose and Olathe offer a little something for everyone – shopping, fishing, biking, photography, camping, snowshoeing, Telluride skiing, swimming, motor-sports – you name it! We hope you can join us at MCSD.
|10/20/2022 8:50:08||Adams 12 (Northglenn)||Tyrell Hirchert||720-972-3892||Metro||School Social Work, School Psychologist||No||Yes||3||Provide a range of services for students who demonstrate difficulties with learning, academic achievement, social/emotional functioning, and behavior. Serve as a psycho-educational service provider involved in proactive, preventative activities, as well as responding to identified concerns. Provide services based on a combination of problem-solving, consultative, and direct service models.||https://www.adams12.org/||https://www.applitrack.com/adams12/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Special+Service+Providers||https://www.adams12.org/our-district/careers/teach||https://www.applitrack.com/adams12/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Special+Service+Providers||Yes||Yes|