Job Opportunities

Psycho-Educational Specialist

  • Department: Graduate School of Education
  • Start Date: Sep 01, 2014
  • Salary: Commensurate with experience

Position Vacancy - Psycho-educational Specialist


  • Provide onsite consultation to early childhood and early elementary school programs on implementation of ERP process and techniques.
  • Facilitate support groups for teachers, social workers and administrators in early childhood and early grade programs.
  • Provide group intervention in early childhood and early grades settings, including communities with children who have experienced trauma.
  • Facilitate parent support groups in early childhood and early grade settings, including communities with parents who have experienced trauma.
  • Provide professional development on Emotionally Responsive Practice, to small and large groups of early childhood and early grade teachers, administrators and social workers. 
  • Attend ERP staff meetings and supervision as needed.
  • Provide consultation on use of Emotionally Responsive Literacy in collaboration classrooms.


  • Expertise in child development.
  • Advanced degree in education or special education with clinical supervision/training in ERP
  • Alternatively, masters or doctorate degree in social work, psychology. or child development for similar position.
  • Experience working collaboratively in early childhood programs or public elementary school grades with teachers, mental health staff and administrators preferred.

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