Psychoeducator or psychoeducator

November 15, 2019

Regular full-time position at 35 hrs / week (21 hrs / week at Polyvalente Montignac in Lac-Mégantic) (7 hrs / week at l La Feuille-d'Or Elementary School in Lambton) (3 1/2 hours / week at Monts-et-Lacs Elementary School in Lac-Drolet) (3 1/2 hours / week at school) primary Audet)

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PROCEDURE

Nature of Work: The employment of a psychoeducator or psychoeducator more specifically involves the screening, assessment, assistance and support of pupils who present or who are likely to present difficulties of adaptation, the setting up of conditions favorable to the development of the autonomy and an intervention on the attitudes and the behaviors which have a negative impact on the apprenticeships and the social insertion student, and a role in providing advice and support to school counselors and parents.

Characteristic Attributes: The psychoeducator participates in the development and implementation of the psychoeducation service while respecting the educational frameworks. both at the school and school board levels.

She or he contributes to the screening and recognition of students with difficulties, with a view to prevention and intervention; he / she plans and carries out the psychoeducational assessment in order to specify the student's profile and psychosocial needs; he / she collects relevant information from school and / or external workers and parents, selects and uses appropriate tests, conducts interviews and conducts observations and data analysis to identify the nature of the problem .

He / she participates with the multidisciplinary team in the development and revision of the student's intervention plan, incorporating, as appropriate, his / her action plan; he or she participates in the choice of objectives and means of intervention; he or she collaborates with the other members of the team in coordinating and coordinating interventions and evaluating the achievement of objectives.

She or he participates with teachers in the development and implementation of strategies and projects to help students who are or are likely to have adjustment difficulties.

She or he accompanies and advises other school workers and parents of students with social maladjustments; he or she proposes strategies for intervening with these students and guides them in choosing attitudes and approaches to foster the development of desirable social behaviors and adaptive skills; he or she plans, organizes and facilitates training activities.

He or she plans, organizes and facilitates, in collaboration with other school or external interveners, activities with class groups or groups of students presenting common difficulties or particular problems.

She or he designs, adapts or develops materials based on the needs and abilities of students with adjustment difficulties.

She or he advises management staff, writes expert reports, appraisals, appraisals and progress reports and makes appropriate recommendations to support decision-making.

She or he advises and supports school counselorsintegration of pupils into ordinary classes; he or she proposes to them means of intervention or activities appropriate to the student's situation.

He or she establishes and maintains collaboration and links with partner organizations; he or she contacts other stakeholders to obtain or provide advice and information; he or she can direct the student or his / her parents to resources appropriate to the situation and needs.

He or she may be called upon to help defuse crisis or emergency situations and suggest possible solutions.

She or he prepares and updates files according to the standards of the profession and the rules defined by the school board; he or she prepares progress notes or evaluation reports of stage, end of process and follow-up of his interventions.

Qualifications required: To be a member of the Quebec Order of Psychoeducators.

Immediate Superior: Mrs. Isabelle Dagneau Director of Complementary Educational Services and Special Education

Routing:

Applications must be received by Monday, 16 September 2019 at 4 pm at the following address:

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