972 243-4102
Job Title: Leadership
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Texas
Hybrid Work: Remote
Compensation Type: Salary
Job Category: Leadership
School Year: 2022 - 2023 2023 - 2024

We’re seeking a highly qualified and experienced Director of Clinical Services School Based to join our team. In this pivotal role, you will be responsible for managing the effective delivery of educational and psychological services while developing best practices to assess, evaluate, and meet the diverse needs of schools, students, and clinicians.

Your expertise and experience in school-based SPED services, unwavering commitment to ethical standards, and comprehensive knowledge of regulatory compliance will be paramount in consistently delivering high-quality services. We strongly encourage you to apply if you are a visionary leader passionate about driving positive student outcomes.


  • Collaborate closely with the Assistant Director to oversee workload management, ensuring adherence to report submission deadlines and regulatory compliance.
  • Take the lead in negotiating and addressing escalated matters with school leadership, demonstrating exceptional communication and conflict resolution skills.
  • Partner with the Assistant Director and Team Lead to ensure Diagnosticians and LSSPs effectively and professionally meet the needs of schools, students, parents, and fellow clinicians.
  • Play a pivotal role in the implementation and management of innovative resource management technology, spearheading the enhancement of departmental efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Develop and implement a robust quality-of-service program, meticulously aligning clinical standards and ensuring compliance with FERPA and Texas/federal SPED requirements.
  • Uphold ethical business practices and organizational policies, establishing a culture of integrity and professionalism within the team.
  • Serve as a mentor and coach, nurturing the professional growth and impact of DAS clinicians and promoting excellence in student testing and assessments.
  • Continuously explore and identify new revenue opportunities with both existing and prospective clients, fostering sustainable partnerships.
  • Collaborate closely with DAS Directors to successfully achieve departmental revenue and expense targets, overseeing billable hours, expenses, labor, and cost reductions.
  • Take the lead in talent acquisition efforts, ensuring the recruitment of highly skilled clinicians and providing comprehensive annual staff training.
  • Actively participate in professional conferences, displaying DAS expertise by delivering compelling presentations during training sessions.


  • Possess 3-5 years of exceptional experience as a SPED Coordinator in a school setting, demonstrating an in-depth understanding of SPED nuances and challenges.
  • Held a valid Texas Teaching certification, reflecting your knowledge and expertise in the educational landscape.
  • Possess either a Texas Educational Diagnostician certification or Texas LSSP Certification, combined with 3-5 years of experience in either role, highlighting your comprehensive understanding of assessment and evaluation processes.
  • Be a role model with your ability to collaborate seamlessly with other DAS clinical professionals, such as SLP or OTs, fostering interdisciplinary teamwork and maximizing student support.
  • Show at least 5 years of outstanding managerial and leadership experience, demonstrating exceptional strategic thinking and team management skills.
  • Exhibit a proven record of successfully overseeing departmental budgets, ensuring optimal resource allocation and financial stewardship.
  • Display exceptional talent in hiring and coaching clinical providers, empowering them to reach their full potential and deliver exceptional services.
  • Possess a comprehensive working knowledge of Texas and federal SPED compliance requirements, staying updated with the latest regulations.
  • Demonstrate confidence and proficiency in utilizing advanced technologies to streamline departmental operations and drive organizational success.
  • Describe your hands-on experience in resource planning best practices and software implementation, ensuring optimal allocation and utilization of resources.

Location: This position is a remote position and can be located anywhere in Texas, provided quick access to Houston, San Antonio, or DFW is available. Approximately 30% of your time will be at school.


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