Elementary School Psychologist Job near Tacoma, WA

  • Job Location:  Tacoma, WA
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    Schools - School Psychologist

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ProCare is now seeking a School Psychologist interested in working in the Tacoma, Washington area. This is a full-time opening, but the district is willing to be flexible with your schedule, depending on your open availability.
The caseload for this position will be elementary students. There may be some minimal travel between just 2 school sites that are close together within the district.
We are ideally looking for a candidate that is already licensed in the state of Washington, but if you are traveling for this position, we can assist with expediting your licensure! Relocation assistance is also available.
A full school year contract will be awarded for you to complete. While undergoing your assignment, you will be provided with: competitive compensation, weekly paychecks, and superior healthcare benefits through United HealthCare.
For more details on this position, please contact me today at: 770-776-2063. To expedite the interview process, you may send a copy of your resume directly to me at: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com. Once received, I will be in touch to check your availability for a phone conference with the district.
Looking forward to connecting with you soon!
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources

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