• Posted Date: Jun 28, 2018 Deadline: Jul 28, 2018
  • District 75 Office 400 First Avenue , New York, United States

Job Details

(Subject to Budget Availability)



School Psychologist – Impartial Hearings Office (One position)



Appointed School Psychologist with a minimum of 3 years satisfactory experience on a school based support team/IEP team.

Selection Criteria:

  • Demonstrated successful experience as an School Psychologist
  • Demonstrated knowledge of an interdisciplinary approach to learning.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS)
  • Demonstrated knowledge of best practices and able to recommend solutions based on research and resources to address the identified needs of individual students for whom the impartial hearing process has been requested
  • Knowledge of student informational systems, i.e. DAITS,SESIS,ATS
  • Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills.

Duties and Responsibilities

Investigates, researches and interviews IEP team members, school administrators, related service providers and teachers as required. Prepares and attends impartial hearings, Resolution Meetings, Pre Hearings conferences as required to defend the Department of Education at Impartial Hearings.   

  • Collects data and documents directly related to hearings, which may include visits to schools to obtain information.
  • Initiates outreach efforts to other offices and/or divisions to obtain assistance and resources that support outcomes for the impartial hearing process.
  • Disseminates information and provides training on implementation of impartial hearing decisions.
  • Works collaboratively with District 75 leadership and the Office of Clinical and Support Services in providing assistance and oversight to school-based staff in support of pre-impartial hearing procedures. This includes:
    1. Reviewing pre-impartial hearing requests for sufficiency in accordance with all established guidelines and mandates;
    2. Providing support on all matters relating to the implementation of both mediation and resolution agreements at individual school sites;
    3. Engaging in proactive problem-solving to reduce potential hearing requests; and
    4. Facilitating improvements in school learning environments.
  • Prepares teachers, related service providers, and administrative staff for testimony at impartial hearings
  • Consults with principals and provides advice, guidance and technical assistance on specific issues and circumstances relative to Impartial Hearings.
  • Ability to travel to District 75 schools across all boroughs
  • Attend all required district and as appropriate Central professional development and staff meetings.

Work Hours:

 As per UFT Collective Bargaining Agreement – 8:00 AM to 3:20 PM

Salary and Work Year:

As per UFT Collective Bargaining Agreement


Send cover letter and resume by June 29, 2018, to:

Mark Auerbach,
Director District 75
Office of Impartial Hearings
400 First Avenue Rm. 555
New York, NY 10010-4004

or Via e-mail to:

                     Charles Peeples, Executive Director, Office of Field & Information Services Division of Human Resources


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