ISASA Educational Psychologists Vacancies News 2022 Closing Date 07 October 2022

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ISASA Educational Psychologists Vacancies News 2022 Closing Date 07 October 2022. ISASA Vacancies 2022 in Johannesburg for Educational Psychologists Post. Check Latest Government Vacancies 2022 in South Africa.


ISASA Educational Psychologists Vacancies Update 2022 Apply Before 07 October 2022

Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa has announced vacancies update 2022 for the post of Educational Psychologists. Candidates who are looking for ISASA Vacancies in Johannesburg can apply. You must have Master’s Degree qualification for this Educational Psychologists Post. Last date for this ISASA Educational Psychologists Vacancies 2022 is 07 October 2022. So apply without getting late. Full details and job description for Educational Psychologists Jobs at ISASA are following.

Brief Details of ISASA Vacancies 2022 Given at ISASA Careers Portal

Name of Recruiter → Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa

Name of Post → Educational Psychologists

Salary → ZAR 442900.00 Per Year

Job Location → Johannesburg

Official Website →www.isasa.org

Last Date of Application → 07 October 2022

ISASA Educational Psychologists Vacancies 2022 Full Job Description

Key competencies

A master’s degree in Educational Psychology and current registration with HPCSA
Minimum work experience of five years in a school context
Commitment to working with young children, adolescents, parents, and staff
Strong communication and inter-personal skills
The ability to work as part of a team
Creativity and a child-centred approach
Flexibility regarding time, particularly regarding trauma and crises
Computer literacy with a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office and Microsoft Teams
Ability to prioritise, multi-task and work under pressure
Appropriate educational experience in a mainstream school would be preferable
Duties & Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Facilitating Academic Progress and Potential

Conduct phase-specific psychological and academic assessments (school readiness, baseline academic screenings)
Work in partnership with teachers to address student’s learning needs
Monitor and effectively communicate with parents about student progress
Monitor referrals to other professionals (ex. speech therapy, occupational therapy, learning support, external psychologists etc.)
Oversee and manage the process of implementing Individual Education Plans for students with specific learning barriers.
Promote student motivation and engagement
Promote Positive Behaviour and Mental Health

Provide short-term play therapy, as well as individual and group counselling
Assess and intervene around student emotional and behavioural needs
Promote positive peer relationships (ex. psychoeducational workshops)
Make referrals to and help coordinate services provided by other professionals
Provide guidance and support to teachers to support their student’s learning and developmental needs
Collaborating with Parents and Families

Help families understand their child’s learning and developmental needs (ex. workshops on topics related to learning and development, parent guidance)
Connect families with internal and external service providers when necessary
Maintain Effective Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration

Coordinate and case-manage referrals from various stakeholders
Attend and contribute to multi-disciplinary team meetings at regular intervals
Monitor feedback of individual students in a therapeutic process within the broader multi-disciplinary team
Ensure effective record-keeping of students in various interventions / therapies on a month-to-month basis
Promote effective relationships between teachers and respective members of the multi-disciplinary team
Develop and Maintain Professional Standards

Uphold the highest standards of professionalism (ex. confidentiality, dual roles) and ethical behaviour as stipulated by governing bodies, including the Health Professions Council of South Africa
Maintain registration with HPCSA and ensure medical indemnity
Continuously develop professional skills and knowledge relevant to the phase in which a psychologist function
Report on work duties in verbal, written and/or other communication to relevant stakeholders, including, but not limited to the H.O.D and management team.

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