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School Psychologist
Job Code:2023-141
Location:Brewster Main Campus
Department:Social Services
Status:Regular Full Time (40 hrs/wk)

Get to know us: For over 75 years, Green Chimneys a multi-faceted nonprofit organization is helping young people to maximize their full potential by providing residential, educational, clinical, and recreational services, in a safe and supportive environment that nurtures connections with their families, the community, animals, and nature.

Culture: Green Chimneys has built its success through valuing diversity in our workforce and clientele. Our programs are developed to recognize, respect, and respond to the unique, culturally defined needs of persons and families within our service population. We strive to create an inclusive, respectful and equitable environment in order to serve our diverse clients with culturally sensitive services. 

Mission: We strive to give our clients support, resources, and the ability to heal through the work of animal-assisted therapy and nature-based learning all while developing the skills and confidence to grow into independent young adults.

The Psychologist is responsible for the administration and interpretation of all psychometric tests and projective protocols.  In addition, the Psychologist is responsible for keeping all student testing current; ensuring each student is tested routinely every three years, or as requested.


  • Administer and interpret student psychometric tests and projective protocols.
  • Track and keep all testing current.  Each student to be tested routinely every 3 years, or as requested
  • Administer psychological testing upon admission, if needed, and prior to discharge
  • Prepare written reports of test results and recommendations for treatment
  • Meet with teams, academic teacher/counselors, social workers, etc. to discuss and interpret testing and how it relates to student current treatment needs
  • Participate on Response to Intervention team and provide clinical consultation for teachers, social workers, and other staff members
  • Keep abreast of current literature in the field and help treatment teams understand its relevance and application to the treatment provided to our students
  • Meet with educational diagnostician, speech therapists, and other clinical service providers to assist with clinical service application
  • Attend and participate in treatment reviews, Red Flags and CSE meetings and any other meetings required to support child treatment
  • Co-facilitate Social Emotional Learning groups and/or other clinical groups
  • Meet with parents to discuss child’s progress/treatment
  • Conduct FBA/BIPs according to NYSED guidelines and Green Chimneys procedural protocol
  • Chair Initial Case Conferences (II, III, IV)
What you bring to Green Chimneys:
Master degree in Psychology with Permanent NYS School Psychologist Certification or Master's in Psychology with Provisional NYS School Psychologist Certification, Doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.)/ABD/
4 years post-Masters experience or NYS licensure in Psychology.

Pay rate $66,216- $80,542 DOE Competitive Benefits.