School Therapy Jobs

If you are a talented, passionate therapist who is eager to help children fulfill their full potential, we can help you take your skills back to school with an exciting career in school-based therapy.

As the true partner in education, ProCare gives you access to exclusive job opportunities in school districts throughout the country. Explore the positions we have available and start your career with ProCare today!

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Lansing, Michigan
Schools - Social Worker  
Chester, Pennsylvania
Schools - School Psychologist  
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher  
Chandler, Arizona
Schools - Special Education Teacher  
Denver, Colorado
Schools - School Psychologist  
Statesville area, North Carolina
Schools - School Psychologist  
Alexandria, Virginia
Schools - PT  
Cleveland, Ohio
Schools - General Education Teacher  
Lakewood, Ohio
Schools - General Education Teacher  
Faribault, Minnesota
Schools - School Psychologist  
Maplegrove, Minnesota
Schools - School Psychologist  
Loveland, Colorado
Schools - School Psychologist  
Bauxite, Arkansas
Schools - OT  
Campbell, California
Schools - School Psychologist  
Daly City, California
Schools - Adaptive Physical Education Teacher  
Gardena, California
Schools - School Psychologist  
Gardenland, California
Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher  
Monterey, California
Schools - SLP  
Pacheco, California
Schools - SLP  

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