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Maine Certification Requirements

DOE 093 Endorsement Requirements (updated June 2022)

DOE 093 Renewal -- CE Pathway information (updated 2022 - only for people who are NOT using an NCSP or license to renew)

Maine certification requires supervision in a practitioner's first year of practice. For more information, e-mail Frank McCabe with any questions.

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Maine Job Opportunities

MSAD 37 (Addison, Columbia, Columbia Falls, Harrington, Milbridge)

MSAD #37 is currently seeking an English/Spanish bilingual evaluator who is trained to administer an achievement, cognitive and speech and language assessment. If interested, please contact Cristina Perez at 207-546-2210 or 

If you would like to post a job opening in your district, please contact us!


More Maine Job Opportunities

Regional School Unit 13

School Psychologist

Full-Time - Grades K-12

Regional School Unit 13 is looking for a full time School Psychologist to service students in grades K – 12.  We welcome you to join our team in beautiful Mid-Coast Maine.  As part of our collaborative team, your expertise in special education state and federal law, assessment practices, and consultation skills will help our community children reach their potential. You will be able to assist with supporting students, their families, and our staff when students present with a range of learning needs as well as social/emotional challenges in order to open that door so that they can more easily access their education.  

At Regional School Unit 13 the School Psychology position is offered under the Teacher Contract, with an eleven-step salary scale, ranging from $69,500 to $86,000 and includes a generous benefit package.         


  • Maine School Psychologist Certification (093) or Licensure as a Psychological Examiner or Psychologist
  • Maine Criminal History Background Check

We look forward to hearing from interested candidates by submitting an Application for Teacher Position (available on under Central Office, Employment or by calling 207-596-2001) along with all requested documents to: 

RSU #13,

Attn: Human Resources,

28 Lincoln Street,

Rockland, ME  04841,

or fax to 207-596-2004, or email to  

Please include name, email and phone number on all correspondence.

Position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.



RSU 22

(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


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 

Additional information can be found on the

Westbrook School Department Employment site, or on the Serving Schools listing.


MSAD #60

(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

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