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Maine Certification Requirements

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

Link for the State of Maine 093 certification (School Psychologist)

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Mount Desert Island Regional School System (AOS 91)

Job Posting: Full time K-12 School Psychologist (multiple schools)

Successful candidates will:

  • Administer and interpret a variety of evaluation instruments as well as write evaluation reports,
  • Collaborate with special and regular education staff at the K-12 levels,
  • Possess knowledge of federal and state special education regulations,
  • Provide observations, behavior plans, data analysis, data collection, and Functional Behavioral Assessments as needed to identify students, and 
  • Consult with and coordinate School Social Workers, Guidance Counselors, and building based behavior coaches/coordinators


  • Maine School Psychologist Certification (093) 

To apply, scan cover letter, resume, transcripts, Maine State Certification, three recommendations, and completed application (found at www.mdirss.org/employment) as a single PDF document and send to hiring@mdirss.org


RSU 13

Job Posting: K-12 School Psychologist

Regional School Unit 13 is composed of 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school, and serves approximately 1600 students from the coastal Maine towns of Cushing, Owls Head, Rockland, South Thomaston, and Thomaston. Information regarding the RSU and its dynamic, comprehensive special education department can be found here. Additionally, RSU 13 offers a competitive salary and benefits package

Successful candidates will:

  • Administer and interpret a variety of evaluation instruments as well as write evaluation reports,
  • Assist IEP teams in determining student eligibility for special education services,
  • Collaborate with special and regular education staff at the K-12 levels,
  • Possess knowledge of federal and state special education regulations


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

Please submit an Application for Teaching Position (available on www.rsu13.org under Central Office, Employment or by calling 207-596-2002), along with the required documents to either RSU #13, Attn: Human Resources, 28 Lincoln Street, Rockland, ME 04841, fax to 207-596-2004 or email to employment@rsu13.org. 


Western Foothills RSU 10

Job Posting

RSU 10, serving the towns of Buckfield, Hanover, Hartford, Mexico, Roxbury, Rumford, and Sumner, is anticipating a  vacancy for a full-time school psychologist for the 2020-2021 school year to serve Hartford-Sumner Elementary School and Buckfield Junior-Senior High School.

School Psychologists in RSU 10 are responsible for meeting the special education testing needs for the buildings to which they are assigned, and are expected to be engaged with both academic and behavioral MTSS efforts in those buildings. Outside of these commitments, much professional autonomy is allowed relative to the provision of intervention, participation in other building and district initiatives, etc. The Psych Team in RSU 10 includes two additional school psychologists covering the Rumford and Mexico schools, as well as an academic evaluator who completes most achievement testing. RSU 10 allows school psychologists to maintain a flexible schedule that may include report writing from home if desired. 

Please contact  Danielle Williams, School Psychologist (dwilliams@rsu10.org), or Clarissa Fish, Director of Special Services (cfish@rsu10.org) for more information. To apply, complete the Specialized Position application that can be found at https://www.rsu10.org/o/rsu10/page/human-resources--233. Note that you may not see this position listed on the website at this time as it is currently an anticipated vacancy, but the district IS accepting applications at this time. 


Maranacook Area Schools

A Caring School Community Dedicated to Excellence

Job Posting

School Psychologist

2020-2021 School Year

Job Goal:

To assist the Director of Special Education in providing school psychological services to appropriate students and provide consultation support to district professional staff in setting and achieving high standards of excellence.


  A minimum of two (2) years of experience in the provision of  psychological services
  Strong collaboration and communication skills


        Maine Department of Education Certification as School  Psychologist (093)

      The successful candidate will have knowledge of varied models and methods of assessment and data collection methods for identifying strengths and needs, will develop effective services and programs, and measuring progress and outcomes. Looking for a professional to consult with teams regarding appropriate evaluations for both referrals and re-evaluations.

      Application Deadline: March 6, 2020 or until a suitable candidate is found. Interested individuals, please send a cover letter, résumé, application, transcripts, 

      certification(s) and three current letters of reference to: Superintendent of School Office, c/o HR Dept., 45 Millard Harrison Dr., Readfield, Me 04355 or kate_taylor@maranacook.org.


      https://core- docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/371302/Specialist_Appl.pdf

      RSU No. 38 is an Equal Opportunity Employer


      Fall Opening

      Beginning 2020-21 School Year


      School Psychologist

      Full-time with Benefits

      Camden Rockport Elementary School (CRES) is located in scenic Mid-Coast Maine and serves 370 students in grades K–4.  The community strongly supports education as evidenced by a state of the art facility, a cohesive approach that emphasizes social, emotional and academic growth for all students in a strong and safe school community, and a commitment to hire and retain outstanding educators.

      We have an opening for a school psychologist who will be an integrative member of a building specific school team that serves students in Grades K-4. The role for school psychologist within this comprehensive model will include responsibilities such as student assessment (cognitive, behavioral, social/emotional and adaptive behavior), consultation to classroom teachers to support effective classroom management and teaching strategies, participation as an active member of the school's intervention process, serving as a resource to help the school and students deal with crises, assisting students in overcoming behavior or social problems in a positive manner that improves student learning and personal progress, and collaboration with other school mental health providers. This is a full-time position with benefits in an exceptional school district that is committed to equity, excellence, and forward thinking.  Successful candidate will have Maine DOE School Psychologist (093) Certificate.  

      Valerie Mattes

      Director of Special Services

      Five Town CSD/MSAD #28

      7 Lions Lane

      Camden ME  04843


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