Vermont Association
of School Psychologists

 Jobs in Vermont (as posted on www.schoolspring.com)

Note: there is a shortage of licensed School Psychologists in Southern Position, and districts are in need of qualified applicants.  Please refer to the list below of current openings, and check SchoolSpring frequently, as openings are posted throughout the school year.
Full Time Positions:
The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union is seeking a full time school psychologist to fill an immediate opening at the high school for the 2017-2018 school year.  SVSU is seeking a highly qualified candidate for a dynamic role at the high school level.  Interested candidates should apply online at www.schoolspring.com.  


For more information, contact:

Wendy Foran, Special Ed Director

246 South Stream Road

Bennington, Vermont 05201

Phone: (802) 447-7501



The Rutland Central Supervisory Union, which serves students 3-21, is seeking a licensed School Psychologist for the 2017-2018 school yeato provide psycho-educational testing for special education eligibility. The prospective candidate will work with case managers and collaborate with teachers, administrators, parents and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all schools in the RCSU. 

The School Psychologist will evaluate students, interpret data from evaluations to determine eligibility for special education services, write psychological evaluation reports, and provide recommendations of appropriate educational interventions. Evaluations include assessment of learning aptitude, learning disabilities, learning impairments, health impairments, social/emotional/behavioral development, and mental health needs. In addition, the School Psychologist may function as a member of the multi-disciplinary Educational Support Team to assist with screenings and to determine student’s need for early intervention services. In response to students with social/emotional disabilities, the school psychologist will perform functional behavior assessments and work collaboratively with staff to create behavior plans and interventions.

Interested candidates should apply online at www.schoolspring.com.  

For more information, contact:

Christine Kamm, Director of Student Services

16 Evelyn Street

Rutland, Vermont 05701

Phone: 802-775-4342 ext 105

Fax: 802-775-7319


The Rutland Southwest Supervisory Union is seeking a full time school psychologist for the 2017-2018 school year.  The School Psychologist for RSWSU will serve children from the communities of Poultney, Wells, Middletown Springs and Ira. The position requires travel to various schools to perform duties such as: Participate as key member of the Evaluation Planning Team for children ages 3-21 in such areas as Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, Specific Learning Disability, Emotional Disturbance, Autism and Other Health Impaired. Administer and interpret psycho-educational assessment tools such as WPPSI, WISC, WAIS, Woodcock Johnson, BASC, Connors, KTEA, SAED and others. Prepare and present psycho-educational diagnostic reports for approximately 60 children per school year. Provide on-site training, analysis, and support for educational staff in areas such as Functional Behavior. Provide on-site training, analysis, and support for educational staff in areas such as Functional Behavior Assessment, Behavior Support Plans, Progress Monitoring, Data Collection/Psychological/behavioral interventions. Provide individual and group counseling for students concerning school related problems.  Interested candidates should apply online at www.schoolspring.com.


For more information, contact:

Tammy Rescott, Director of Student Support Services

168 York Street

Poultney, Vermont 05764

Phone: 802-287-5286

Fax: 802-287-2284



The Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union is seeking a full time psychologist for the 2017-2018 school year.  Job Requirements include: administering standardized and/or supplemental assessments for the purpose of measuring intellectual, adaptive, academic, social and emotional development of children and/or determining eligibility for services in compliance with regulatory requirements; assisting specialists (autism consultants, behavior specialists, occupational and physical therapists, speech language pathologists, etc.) for the purpose of creating and delivering student supports; counseling students, parents and guardians for the purpose of enhancing student success in school; conducting functional behavior assessments and developing behavior intervention plans; working with staff and students to implement plans; and collecting and reviewing data regularly to ensure student success.  Interested candidates should apply online at www.schoolspring.com.


For more information, contact:

Shirley Carlson, Director of Special Services

P.O. Box 130

80 Main Street

Richford, Vermont 05476

Phone: 802-848-7661

Fax: 802-848-3531




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