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School Psychologist

Revere Public Schools


Rigor, Relevance, Relationships, Resilience

The Revere Public Schools is committed to providing personalized and meaningful education to all students so that they individually experience superior personal development by:

•Engaging all members of our educational community in the decision-making process
•Ensuring rigor and relevance throughout all curricular areas
•Ensuring positive relationships among all members of the school community
•Fostering resilience within all members of the school community
•Fostering and celebrating innovation throughout our system

Our District Vision is to be an inclusive community of continuous learners in which all stakeholder voices are valued and contribute meaningfully to district-level decision making.

We are currently seeking full-time School Psychologists to complete psychological testing in accordance with special education regulations as well as provide direct service to meet the social and emotional needs of students with disabilities. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge of methods of assessment, learning processes, and instructional interventions to meet students’ needs. Strong clinical skills and a highly collaborative work ethic are essential to this role.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Conduct psychological assessments, interpret results, develop recommendations, and participate in Team meetings
  • Provide individual and/or small group counseling for students with identified disabilities
  • Collaborate with school staff around interventions and accommodations to students
  • Provide consultation services to parents/caregivers as needed


  • Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education School Psychologist license.
  • Excellent computer/technology skills with the ability to utilize various computer software and app programs.
  • High level of comfort working in a growth-focused coaching environment based on frequent observations, debriefs, action planning, and progress monitoring.
  • Committed to the vision of high expectations for achievement, equal access to high levels of instruction, the achievement of academic and linguistic proficiency for all students, and the closing of the opportunity gap.
  • A self-reflective, active learner capable of interactive dialogue with all members of the school community.
  • Strong foundation in student-centered pedagogy and culturally responsive teaching practices.
  • Candidates must be flexible and collaborative and have well-established verbal/written communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to share information and resources as appropriate, including strong written communication skills.
  • Ability to properly manage confidential information.
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, cultural sensitivity and respect for others with the ability to establish rapport with and relate to students, caregivers, and coworkers with respect, compassion, tact and understanding.
  • Strong commitment to equity, inclusion, diversity, and anti-racist practices.
  • Satisfactory federal and state criminal background checks.