If You're a School Psychologist, Travel to Seattle, Washington This Year!

  • Job Location:  Seattle, WA
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    Schools - School Psychologist

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I am now working with a school district in the heart of Seattle, WA that is looking for a School Psychologist for an assignment that will start in January, and extend until the end of the school year. If you are looking for a change, or just an awesome travel experience, this may be the perfect fit for you!
Job at a Glance:

  • Full time; 37.5 hours per week
  • January start - end of the school year
  • Mostly elementary caseload
  • Working between approximately 3 sites
  • Excellent level of support on staff - wonderful colleagues and kiddos!
  • WA License will be required for you start, but we can assist and expedite this!

Out of state candidates are welcomed and encouraged to apply! We can assist with the relocation expenses, as well as, provide per diem housing and travel stipends to make sure that this experience is extremely positive and rewarding.
If you're interested in this opportunity, or any others that we have nationwide, please contact me today! I'd love to hear about your experience and preferences to help you find the perfect fit.
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources
Local: (770) 776-2063
Fax: (866) 360-5109

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