Full Time School Psychologist Job- Oak Park, IL area

  • Job Location:  Oak Park, IL
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract


 
School Psychologist Position (Full-Time) – Oak Park, IL area
 
ProCare Therapy is now interviewing for a full time school psychologist position. This is a full-time position for the entire school year. The position will be approximately 33.5 hours per week and will cover a K-6th caseload.  
 
Job Details:
 

  • 1 full time opening but will consider part time candidates
  • 33.50 Hours per week
  • ASAP – 6/13/17
  • Working at just one building
  • K-6th grade population
  • Bilingual is a plus but not required, they have another bilingual Psych at the building.
  • Will consider new grads (especially if they are bilingual)
  • Needs to have the IL Dept of Ed Cert (ISBE PEL)

 
Responsibilities:
• Conducting student evaluations
• Diagnostic assessments and evaluations to provide academic/ learning interventions
• Engages in intervention and crisis prevention services
• Cooperatively work with parents, teachers, and other specialists in designing and implementing IEPs
 
Please apply by e-mailing your resume to michael.walton@procaretherapy.com
 
or contact Michael Walton at 770-776-2106
 
Michael Walton
Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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