indirect intervention (consultation with teachers, administrators, other school personnel, outside agencies and parents in a collaborative problem solving process).
direct intervention (individual student psychological assessments, in service, individual counseling and skills teaching).
school-wide interventions (support of School Improvement Planning, coaching, consulting, school-wide screening).
District/system-wide intervention (support of systems improvement participation of preventions and crisis response programs and program evaluation).
Dissemination of current research.
A Master’s or Doctoral degree in Psychology with course work and experience to meet the requirements for licensed membership in the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick. Successful completions of course work in child and adolescent development as well as child and adolescent exceptionalities are required. Experience in school psychology is desirable.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Licensed membership in the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick.
A complete application package will include:
A comprehensive resume (resume should include information indicating experience related to the field of school psychology and/or residency )
Contact information for a minimum of three references including telephone numbers and email addresses
at least two of the three references should be related to psychology
Unofficial or official transcripts of marks for all post-secondary studies
Copy of licensed membership in the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick
12-Month position, minimum of 36.25 hours per week.
Preference will be given to qualified applicants within the bargaining unit.
PLEASE NOTE As of Sept 7, 2021:
Any candidate not currently employed in the New Brunswick Public Service will need to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 (or a valid medical certificate exempting them from the vaccine) within 45 calendar days of their commencement date otherwise their employment will cease.