Full Time School Psychologist Job Opportunity near Lebanon, Indiana

  • Job Location:  Lebanon, IN
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

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ProCare Therapy has now partnered with a school district close to Lebanon, IN that is in need of a full-time School Psychologist. This is a position that is looking to interview quickly and so if you are qualified and interested in this learning more about this opportunity, please reach out to me as soon as possible for full consideration!
Job Details:

  • Full Time; 37.5 - 40 Hours Per Week
  • Monday – Friday School Schedule
  • Quick start - End of the School Year Contract
  • K - 12th Grade Levels
  • Minimal travel between 4 locations (all within 10 minutes apart)
  • Excellent weekly compensation and benefits provided
  • Requirement: Licensed in the state of Indiana as a School Psychologist

New graduates are welcome to apply and fully considered for this position! The school offers great support to assist a new grads transition into their career.
Interviews are currently being arranged so if do believe that this is a good match, please complete an online application or contact me today! I would love to discuss this excellent opportunity, or any others that you may be interested in.
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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