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1.0 FTE ContinuingCompetition #3168

The Chinook School Division requires a Psychologist beginning August 29, 2023.Thesuccessful applicant will be required to have training in the assessment of cognitive abilities, academic achievement, and social/emotional functioning. The ability to interpret standardized assessment results and demonstrate clear and concise report writing skills are considered an asset.

The Chinook School Division is proud to serve nearly 6,000 students in 60 schools, with over 1,000 collegial and student-centered teachers and support staff. We are a vibrant and progressive school division located within Saskatchewan’s great Southwest. Our Division is committed to our guiding principles; Communication, Shared Responsibility, Positive Relationships and Ongoing Monitoring and Improvement. The Division affirms the right of all students and staff to be contributing members of a school community that is safe, caring and respectful of all people.

Chinook is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion in our schools and workplace as indicated in AP 176. Successful candidates are expected to: 

  • demonstrate an understanding of the importance of supporting a welcoming environment; 
  • present a positive attitude towards inclusion and diversity;  
  • identify opportunities to support inclusion and diversity and; 
  • take meaningful action.


  • Minimum requirement is a Masters degree in Educational Psychology
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills 
  • Strong ability to work collaboratively with school team members
  • Experience in providing assessment, interpretation, and communication of cognitive, academic, and social/emotional test results
  • Experience in psychoeducational report writing skills
  • Experience and knowledge in the variety of interventions
  • Ability to competently communicate a diagnosis
  • Experience in providing consultations and file reviews
  • Valid Driver’s license and own transportation 

Salary range:  $71,623 to $110,063

The successful applicant must be eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.  Inquiries about the position may be directed to Bob Vavra, Superintendent of Learning toll free 1-877-321-9200 ext. 3229. 

Successful applicants must agree to a criminal records check including vulnerable sector search.  Interested applicants are asked to Apply Online via the Chinook online employment page found at Please upload a cover letter (indicating competition #3168 a resume, including copies of all certification or training, and three references to Ken Garinger, Superintendent of Human Resources as soon as possible. Competition will remain open until filled.

While all applications are appreciated, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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