School Psychologist Contract Job near Beautiful Salt Lake City, UT

  • Job Location:  Salt Lake City, UT
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

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Are you a licensed and eager School Psychologist that is looking for a new position this year? We have a wonderful full-time opportunity now available near SLC, Utah that is looking to interview as soon as possible.
Job Details Below:

  • Full Time
  • M-F school schedule
  • Approximately 40 hours per week
  • Quick start - end of the school year contract term
  • K-12 caseload
  • Minimal travel between sites required and reimbursed
  • 3 other School PSYCHs on staff - great support!
  • Fast and simple interview process

If you are not local to the area, this could be a great travel assignment! Our agency does provide housing assistance, as well as, relocation reimbursement.
ProCare employees are paid at a W-2 hourly rate, and the determined rate is negotiable and will be based upon your experience in the field.
If this sounds like an employment opportunity you may be interested in, please reach to me directly by either phone or email. My contact information can be seen below, and I would love to hear from you and answer any questions that you may have in regards to this position, or any others that you could want to consider.
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


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