Opportunities Outside of the AIU

  • School Psychologist Intern - Baldwin-Whitehall School District

    The Baldwin-Whitehall School District is seeking applicants for a School Psychologist Intern.  This position for the 2022-2023 school year requires applicants to possess a Bachelor's Degree and concurrent enrollment in an accredited collegiate program that will lead to a PA School Psychologist Certificate.

    The School Psychologist Intern is responsible for psycho-educational evaluations of children referred for eligibility for special education programs and for the re-evaluation of students in special education programs. The psychologist shall serve as a consultant to district personnel in the development and implementation of instructional and child management programs while under the supervision of a Baldwin-Whitehall School District Licensed Psychologist.

    The successful candidate in this 10-month position will work 8 hours per day on scheduled student days for the 2022-2023 school year.  Three additional Professional Development days will be provided.

    Salary and benefits: $23,000 and 3 paid personal/sick days

    Interested Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and documentation indicating enrollment in a PA School Psychologist program to:

    Rachel Sprouse

    Director of Employee Services

    4900 Curry Road

    Pittsburgh, PA 15236



    Director of Special Education -  Wilkinsburg School District

    Wilkinsburg School District is a small urban public-school district with approximately 600 students currently enrolled.  The district is comprised of two elementary schools, grades PreK-6.

    The position of Director of Special Education directs and manages the Special Education program of the Wilkinsburg School District.  The Director’s primary goal is to ensure that the district carries out its responsibility for the delivery of special education programs and services for atypical kids, birth through age 21, and that all PA laws (Chapters 14 and 15) and federal laws under IDEA are followed and implemented.  In addition, the Director is responsible for ensuring that the teachers of children that have been identified for special education services are appropriately supervised and evaluated.

    The Director of Special Education must have a strong commitment to the education of special needs students.  Excellent management, communication and conflict management skills are needed, extensive knowledge of PA and federal regulations and funding issues required, administrative experience, and five successful years in special education supervision is preferred. 

    The Director of Special Education is a member of the Act 93 and as such has management and leadership responsibilities related to human, financial and material resources.  The Director reports directly to the Superintendent and works closely with the Director of Business and Operations, the Director for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment and administrators, teachers, students, and parents/guardians in the district.  In addition, the Director is the liaison with the Pittsburgh Public School Partnership state, federal and outside agencies regarding the delivery of special education services and compliance issues.

    Persons interested in applying for the position should submit applications to BogatayC@WilkinsburgSchools.org.


    Data and Information Specialist - Shaler School District
    12-month position, Shaler Area School District. Enrollment approx. 3,800 students. Bachelor’s Degree or Associates Degree in equivalent area of study required. 2 years of experience in a related job/industry. The Data and Information Specialist (DIS) will primarily be responsible for completing all state and federal reports (PIMS, CRDC, Safe Schools, and other required yearly reports), overseeing security video surveillance systems, administration of Prosoft employee and accounting management system, the upkeep and troubleshooting of cafeteria point of sale, and other tasks as assigned by the Coordinator of Technology.

    This position reports to the Coordinator of Technology and works closely with the Coordinator of Technology, Network and Systems Administrator, PIMS secretary, and the Security and School Resource Officers. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience with benefits based upon the Act 93 agreement employment.

    Persons interested in being considered as applicants for this FT Act 93 position should notify Dr. Bryan O’Black, Deputy Superintendent by submitting a letter of application, salary requirements and current resume. Deadline for such notification is June 10, 2022. EOE