Classification Title:  School Psychologist

Department:   District Wide

Pay Grade:  Teacher Contract

Days: 190 Days: Positions for 2020-2021




Must hold the required SC Licensure.

Master’s and/or Educational Specialist’s degree in school psychology

Valid S. C. certification as a School Psychologist I or II

Experience as a School Psychologist in a public school setting preferred

Previous teaching experience preferred

REPORTS TO: Director of Special Services

The school psychologist will handle all new referrals and reevaluation reviews, will be the chair of the intervention team, and will participate in the development and implementations of behavioral intervention plans at assigned schools


1. Serve as liaison between school personnel and special education regarding assessment and shared professional responsibilities.

2. Maintain knowledge of all regulations (local, state, and federal) regarding psychological services.

3. Monitor the referral, evaluation and placement process to ensure that all requirements of due process are met.

4. Serve as coordinator of intervention teams in assigned schools.

5. Assist in the development of preventive measures for students with potential problems.

6. Assists in professional development and provide relevant training in the area of psychological services.

7. Prepare periodic reports as required.

8. Conducts appropriate reports as required.

9. Maintains confidentiality concerning student records and data.

10. Participate in staff development programs.

11. Stay informed of current developments in the field of school psychology (consultation, research, and assessment).

12. Perform other duties as directed.


All candidates must be able to pass an extensive background investigation before being hired.


The School District of Pickens County does not discriminate for reasons of age, race, sex, handicap, national origin, or religion in its communications with students, employees, the community, applicants for employment, events, or for access to its services.