New School Psychologist Position near Joilet, Illinois (Full Time Job)

  • Job Location:  Joliet, IL
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract


ProCare is very excited to announce that we have a new full time, full school year position that has just become available for a School PSYCH in the Joliet, IL area! This position will be with a very supportive district, that is not only looking for a qualified candidate, but one that is going to bring a lot of enthusiasm and drive to this role.
 
Job Details Include:

  • Full time, 37.5 hours per week
  • Full school year contract
  • K-12th grade students on the caseload
  • Immediate phone interviews being held until this position is closed
  • New grads will be considered for this opportunity  

 
Benefits Include:

  • Set full time schedule for the upcoming school year
  • Weekly compensation package
  • Health, optical, and dental insurance plan
  • Relocation assistance available (if applicable)

 
Interviews are being held now, so please apply today.
For full consideration, please send a copy of your updated resume directly to: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com.
 
If you wish to receive more information, please give me a call at the direct line below.
 
Can’t wait to speak with you soon!
 
Chelsea Serr
Director of Educational Resources
770-776-2063
 

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