Full Time School Psychologist Opening in New Haven, CT

  • Job Location:  New Haven, CT
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Full Time School Psychologist Opening in New Haven, CT
 
ProCare Therapy is working with a school district in New Haven, CT to help fill their immediate position for a licensed School Psychologist. This position is full-time and for the full school year. The School Psychologist will be assigned two buildings within one district (one elementary and one high school). There will be about 20-25 students per psychologist.
 
Duties include:

  • Provide counseling, mentoring and instruction for students
  • Work with social, emotional and behavioral issues
  • Provide assessments and evaluations
  • Design and implement interventions and student progress monitoring systems

 
The ideal candidate will have their Master's Degree in School Psychology and have prior experience working in a school system. A licensed for the state of Colorado is also required.
 
Salary for this position is negotiable and will be experience-based.
 
If you wish to be considered, please fill out an online application below with an attached resume. You can also submit your resume to Jennifer.Won@procaretherapy.com.
 
Jennifer Won
Director of Educational Resources
770-776-2086

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