Diagnostic and Prevention Services
Working for Diagnostic & Prevention Services
The Office of Diagnostic and Prevention Services of Loudoun County Public Schools offers school professionals a challenging and rewarding place to work. Our mission is to promote safe and supportive learning environments for students, to improve academic and social-emotional outcomes for youth, and to help remove barriers to learning.
School psychologists and educational diagnosticians in Loudoun County Public Schools are highly trained professionals who support children, adolescents, families, and school staff in all schools. Diagnostic staff work in collaborative school-based multidisciplinary teams supporting children and youth through the provision of outcome-oriented prevention and intervention services and science-based practices. The diagnostic staff receives ongoing professional development and training opportunities to expand their professional knowledge and practical experiences.
The diagnostic staff is committed to implementing models of best practice utilizing both contemporary and evidence-based practices in the areas of threat assessment and violence prevention, depression awareness and suicide prevention education, cognitive and academic assessment of learning disabilities, assessment of culturally and linguistically diverse individuals, psychosocial counseling, response-to-intervention, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, problem-solving consultation, functional behavior assessment, applied behavior analysis, etc.
The Office of Diagnostic and Prevention Services always welcomes licensed applications for full-time, internship, and contract testing positions. To apply, interested applicants should complete the online licensed application: click here.
Applicants applying for the Eligibility Coordinator, Educational Diagnostician, or School Psychologist postion do not have to complete the Gallup TeacherInsight. In addition, applicants are strongly encouraged to forward their letter of interest and resume to the Office of Diagnostic and Prevention Services, 21000 Education Court, Ashburn, Virginia 20148.
Last Modified on June 12, 2012