School Psychologist

General Position Description
Under the direction of the Learning Coordinator, the School Educational Psychologist is responsible for:
Psychoeducational assessments (cognitive ability, achievement, learning, internal and external behavior, adaptive skills, social and emotional issues, executive function and memory)
The development of intervention strategies and individual and small group programs to meet student needs
Communication with families, schools, communities and external agencies to increase understanding of student needs and appropriate interventions 

Employment Requirements
Master’s Degree or equivalent in school psychology
Eligibility for a Manitoba Education Clinician Certification
Valid Manitoba Driver license and access to a vehicle

Qualified candidates should provide a letter of application, complete with resume, three references and necessary documentation to the specific position listed at  

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We wish to thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Evergreen School Division may contact former employers.