New School Psychologist Job Opening near Asheville, NC - Interviewing Now

  • Job Location:  Asheville, NC
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New School Psychologist Job Opening near Asheville, NC - Interviewing Now
 
ProCare Therapy has partnered up with a school district near Asheville, North Carolina to seek a licensed School Psychologist. The school is looking for a candidate who is available for either a part or full-time position for the full 2016-17 school year.
 
The School Psychologist will be servicing four school sites. Typical duties include one-on-one and group assessments, writing reports and IEPs, attending meetings, etc. Grade levels include PreK-12th grade students.
 
Job Details:

  • Full or Part-Time Position
  • Full School Year
  • PreK-12th grade
  • 4 school sites within the same area
  • School Psychologist Internship Available

 
To qualify, candidates must have their School Psychologist license or in process of obtaining in the licensure. Prior school experience is preferred.
 
If you would like to apply for this position, submit an online application below and attach a current resume. You may also send your resume to Jennifer.Won@procaretherapy.com. For immediate questions, please contact Jennifer Won at 770-776-2086.
 
 

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