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Job Opportunities throughout the State of Maine:

  • School Psychologist - Grades K-12 
Position available:  August 2019 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 (https://sites.google.com/rsu13.org/special-ed-resources/home).  Additionally, RSU 13 offers a competitive salary and benefits package (http://www.rsu13.org/sites/default/files/Teacher%20Contract%20Mar2018_0.pdf).
​        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.

  • AOS 93 Damariscotta this fall. It is a good district and fun to work for. Damariscotta is a vibrant community with a great hospital strategically located between Brunswick/Portland and Rockland/Camden/Belfast.  Housing is available and reasonable, especially in Nobleboro as are taxes. For more information, please contact  Sue Fossett, Director of Special Services  (207) 563-3044

  • RSU 21 Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and Arundel:  Part time (2 days a week).  For more information, please contact Susan Martin, Director of Special Services at (207) 985-3960

  • MSAD 72 - Available 2018-19 school year; Full or Part-time; Maine Licensure as School Psychologist; District wide  Additional information - Criminal History Record Check (CHRC) required for all positions; experience preferred. Salary as per salary or wage scale. Deadline:  Immediately - open until filled. Application procedure:  Print appropriate application from  www.msad72.org              Please send letter of intent, application credentials, and 3 letters of reference immediately to: Jay Robinson, MSAD 72 Superintendent of Schools, 25 Molly Ockett Drive, Fryburg, ME 04037     Phone: 207-935-2600      Fax:207-935-3787                         Email:  jay.robinson@msad72.org

  • Yarmouth School District:  Part time.  For more information, please contact Jodi McGuire, Director of Instructional Support at (207) 846-5586

  • Portland: Experience and expertise in administering and interpreting a variety of psychological assessments for school aged students K-12 required.  Professional judgment and clear, effective written and oral communication skills are needed for reporting to parents and teams of school-based and interdisciplinary professionals.  Responsibilities include facilitating data-driven meetings in order to determine student eligibility for special education and related services under the Maine Unified Special Education Regulations.  The successful candidate must have be a Maine licensed school psychologist K-12. Experience with diverse populations and English Language Learners would also be highly desired. Please contact: Holly Barnum, HR Specialist Portland Public Schools 353 Cumberland Avenue, Portland ME 04101  barnuc@portlandschools.org

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    PO Box 852, Kennebunk, Maine 04043



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