Goodyear, AZ job for a School Psychologist

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Full time School Psychologist Job in the Goodyear, AZ area. The school district is located near Phoenix, AZ. Work 30-40 hours per week during school work week. Qualified candidates must have the following in order to be considered: a Masters degree in School Psychology and an Arizona state license with fingerprint card. The director is ready to interview immediately, call 770-723-3772 to apply. Otherwise, email Erika.York@procaretherapy.com and attach an updated resume. This School Psychologist position in the Phoenix area is available now for phone interviews as well as in-person interviews.
 
Work full-time beginning within the next two months and continue for the remaining school year. Full-time Psychologists are eligible to take advantage of our terrific health insurance package options. This is a great opportunity to further your career within the Special-Education department. This ideal School Psychologist candidate will have prior experience with the IEP process and past experience in the school setting. However, new graduates will be considered and are encouraged to apply as well.  Email Erika.York@procaretherapy.com or call 770.723.3772 to apply.

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