School Psychologist Job - 20 Miles West of Portland, Oregon

  • Job Location:  Portland, OR
  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract


ProCare Therapy is now working with a school district approximately 20 miles west of Portland that is seeking a full-time School Psychologist for the remainder of this school year. The school that we're working with is ideally looking for a candidate that can start as soon as possible (within 2-4 weeks), and holds or is eligible for their OR license.
 
Details:

  • 4 ½ days per week
  • Hours: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm (1 half day per week)
  • Approximately 35 hours per week
  • ASAP start - end of the school year
  • Some travel between sites involved
  • K-12th grade caseload
  • Weekly compensation and benefits offered

 
All levels of experience will be considered for this opportunity -- from new graduates to retirees!
 
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.
 
Please get in contact with me today by phone or email to apply! I would love to assist you in finding a great fit for you this school year.
 
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources
Local: (770) 776-2063
Fax: (866) 360-5109
Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com  
 
 
 

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Apply

school psychologist
Please fill in the highlighted fields.
Please provide a valid Phone Number
Please upload your resume using one of these formats: .doc, .htm, .html, .pdf, .rtf, .txt, .xml, .wps, .wpd, .docx
Contact Details
Professional Details
(CTRL+Click for multiple selections)
Resume Upload
We only support .doc, .htm, .html, .pdf, .rtf, .txt, .xml, .wps, .wpd, .docx file extensions.
Other Details
(CTRL+Click for multiple selections)
Contact Us
Please fill in the highlighted fields.
Please provide a valid Phone Number

Recent Blog Posts

  • Increasing Mental Health Assistance in Schools

    These children suffer in silence, and many think they are bad students, bad children, and deserve to be punished. This is far from the truth, and where schools must step in and help more kids to ge...
    Read more »

  • Exploring Culinary Therapy

    Culinary therapy utilizes cooking as a way for students to communicate and express themselves. While participating in culinary therapy, professionals have found many benefits. These include, but ar...
    Read more »