University of Southern Maine
Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Educational and School Psychology
MSAD72 School Psychologist
Jay Robinson, MSAD72 Superintendent of Schools
25 Molly Ockett Drive
Fryeburg, Maine 04037
Falmouth School Department
RSU 10 Mountain Valley Region (Rumford, Mexico)
RSU 10 is currently seeking a full-time School Psychologist to begin July 1st. RSU 10 is located in the Western Foothills of Maine, an ideal location for the outdoor enthusiast given our close proximity to excellent skiing, snowboarding, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, and ATV trails. We are just a short drive from Farmington, Lewiston/Auburn and Portland, but with a much lower cost of living. If you are seeking a small community with great outdoor recreation, look no further!
At RSU 10, we take pride in maintaining the NASP recommended ratio of 1 school psychologist for every 500 students; our current Psych Team includes two other psychologists, a behavior interventionist, and an academic evaluator. Our school psychologists share some aspects of serving all of our district schools, but each school psych has two primary building assignments which are their focus.
We are seeking a collaborative colleague with diverse skills who desires the rewards of developing students into participating citizens through engaging in equity work, supporting PBIS implementation, providing consultation to teachers and other staff, presenting professional development, assisting staff and students during times of crisis, collaborating with families, completing comprehensive psychological evaluations, and effectively reporting evaluation results. Our communities do have a high rate of poverty, so the ideal candidate will be someone who is trauma-informed and understands how ACEs impacts learning, development, and psychological functioning.
Requirements for this position include CHRC certification/endorsement and an active 093 credential (or proof of eligibility).
Please obtain the Specialized Position application via the district website or by emailing Margaret (Peggy) Therriault at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications can also be submitted to Ms. Therriault by email or through postal mail:
Margaret (Peggy) Therriault
Superintendent's Administrative Assistant
799 Hancock Street, Suite 1
Rumford ME 04276
Cape Elizabeth Schools seeks a School Psychologist to provide psycho-educational evaluations to the students of Cape Elizabeth with added emphasis on serving as a resource and consultant to support general education and instructional support staff.
Cape Elizabeth has three schools: Pond Cove Elementary School (K-4), Cape Elizabeth Middle School (5-8), and Cape Elizabeth High School (9-12). All schools are located within easy walking distance of each other. Please check our website for more information about each of the schools.
Cape Elizabeth is a residential community located on the Atlantic Ocean three miles south of Portland, two hours north of Boston, and covers about 15 square miles. It has a population of 9,068 residents living in 3,200 households.
Interested candidates should submit a complete application online and include: completed application form, letter of interest, current resume, copies of all post-secondary transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of professional license. A valid Maine Department of Education Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) approval will be required of the successful candidate, however, it is not a requirement to complete prior to the application process. Online application materials should be addressed to:
Del Peavey, Director of Special Services
Cape Elizabeth School Department
320 Ocean House Rd
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
(Berwick, North Berwick, Lebanon)
MSAD 60 is hiring a full time school psychologist. This is a school year position with the opportunity to summer work. The district is willing to entertain part-time availability. This position will be working with elementary and middle school students.
This employee must be able to independently complete cognitive and academic assessments as well as rating scales. This employee will participate in IEP team meetings, complete Functional Behavior Assessments, collaborate with all stakeholders, effectively communicate verbally and in writing, and create and monitor positive behavior support plans. This employee will work collaboratively with RTI and MTSS teams to implement child find.
Inquiries about the position and/or application submission can be made by contacting Christiane Allison, MSAD #60 Special Education Director:
207-676-2234 ext. 200
Westbrook School Department
The Westbrook School Department is looking for a full time school psychologist to start June 1st. The district offers a $3,000 NCSP stipend yearly and attendance at the NASP conference yearly as benefits!!
To apply, submit cover letter, Westbrook employment application, current resume including 3 references, transcripts and copy of licensure / fingerprinting approval. Send requested material to: Peter J. Lancia, Ph.D., Superintendent of Schools email@example.com
Additional information can be found on the
Westbrook School Department Employment site, or on the Serving Schools listing.
(Frankfort, Hampden, Newburgh, Winterport)
RSU 22 is seeking a school psychologist to work 6-8 days per month. The successful candidate must be able to provide psycho-educational evaluations on students K-12, participate in IEP meetings, have an understanding of Maine special education regulations and the RTI process, strong consultation skills, and the ability to work with staff and parents. Maine Certification 093 or licensed Psychologist and CHRC required.
Please submit the School Psychologist Application to the Superintendent of Schools.
Applications can be found on the district website www.rsu22.us