School Psychologist Job- Full Time- North Carolina

  • Job Location: 

    Forest City, NC

  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    08/10/2018

A school district located near Forest City, NC has a position open for a School Psychologist. This is a full-time position however, open to part-time candidates as well.

This job opening is a newly created supportive role and the School Psychologist in this position will be working with an experienced Psychological Services team. The schedule for this position is somewhat flexible, and this School Psychologist will have the option to work independently in arranging day to day activities in accordance with the needs of the caseload.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Communicate with patients to evaluate their levels of social and emotional difficulty.
  • A successful candidate will have previous experience in Elementary and High school student settings with a mixture of disabilities.
  • Master’s or Doctorial Level Degree (schools Psychology or Educational Psychology)
  • Must have North Carolina School Psychologist licensure

 

Please fill out the form below or send a resume and available times to speak over the phone to Simone Begley at Simone.Begley@ProcareTherapy.com

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