School Psychologist Job in Salt Lake City, UT - Apply Today!

  • Job Location:  Salt Lake City, UT
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    Schools - School Psychologist

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I am working with a school in SLC, Utah that is now arranging interviews for a School Psychologist vacancy. This is a full time opening and we are ideally looking for a candidate that already holds or is in the process of obtaining their UT License.
Salt Lake City is not only a gorgeous location, but there is also so much to do. From hiking beautiful trails to skiing down mountains - this is the perfect spot for someone that enjoys the great outdoors!
Opening at a Glance:

  • Full time; 40 hours per week
  • Quick start through the end of the school year
  • Working with all ages, K-12
  • 3 other Psychologists on staff - awesome support!

Out of state candidates are welcomed and encouraged to apply! ProCare can assist with the relocation expenses, as well as, provide per diem housing and travel stipends to make sure that this experience is extremely positive and rewarding.
If you're interested in this opportunity, or any others that we have nationwide, please contact me today! I'd love to hear about your experience and preferences to help you find the perfect fit!
Chelsea Serr
Senior Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy
Local: (770) 776-2063
Fax: (866) 360-5109  

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