New Lenox, IL - School Psychologist (PSYCH) Job - Full Time

  • Job Location:  New Lenox, IL
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract


New Lenox, IL - School Psychologist (PSYCH) Job - Full Time
 
I was contacted by a director in the New Lenox, Illinois area who is looking for a School Psychologist (PSYCH) to join their team. This will be a full time job opportunity. The schedule will be 8 - 4 consisting of approximately 40 hours per week. The hired PSYCH will be working with students in the New Lenox area ranging from early childhood- 2nd grade. THe director would prefer a School Psychologist who has experience with play based assessments; specifically the Toni Linder model. Arranging interviews immediately upon receiving resumes from qualified candidates that meet the below minimum requirements.
 
Minimum Job Requirements:
 

  • IL licensure or ability to obtain one
  • CPI trained and certified
  • Master's Degree or higher School Psychology
  • Ability to develop and interpret IEP's

 
If you meet the minimum job requirements and are interested in arranging an interview or gathering more details please contact Chris Reali at (770) 325-0318 or you can send your most up to date resume with professional references attached to Chris.Reali@procaretherapy.com.
 

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