Flexible School Psychologist Job near Boulder, CO

  • Job Location:  Boulder, CO
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    Schools - School Psychologist

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A school district near Boulder, Colorado is now looking for a part time School Psychologist to assist with an elementary caseload. The selected PSYCH will be hired on for approximately 20-25 hours per week, and offered a full school year contract to complete. New graduates are fully considered for this opportunity, but a Colorado License and CDE is required prior to your start with the district.
Job at a Glance:

  • Part time - flexible scheduling
  • 20-25 hours per week
  • Working with elementary students
  • Assigned to 1 site only - no travel
  • Quick and easy interview process by phone
  • Competitive weekly compensation provided

If you are interested in moving forward with learning more about this opportunity, please get in contact with me either by phone or email. I would love to arrange a phone conference between you and the district special services director at the district.
If this is not the position or area that you're looking for, please feel free to also get in contact with me and I would love to assist you in finding a great position that meets your needs!
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources
Resumes can be submitted directly to: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com

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