School Psychologist Job- West of Salt Lake City, UT

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

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract


Full Time School Psychologist Job
Salt Lake City area (ONLY 30 miles West of Salt Lake City)
 
ProCare Therapy is actively recruiting to fill a school based Psychologist position that we have available in the Salt Lake City area.  The job is full time and has a K-12 caseload. A full school year contract will be signed for this position.
 
A full school year contract will be signed and we are currently scheduling interviews so apply now.
 
Job Details:

  • Full Time 40 hours/week


  • K-12th Caseload
  • Itinerant position (multiple schools)
  • 3 other Psychologists on staff
  • Start Date- Immediately  End Date: End of School Year (May/June)

 
Qualifications:
• Master’s in School Psychology
• Utah State License/Certification
• Previous experience in a school setting preferred, but not required
 
Benefits of working with ProCare Therapy:

  • Weekly Pay
  • United Healthcare Insurance
  • State Licensure Reimbursement

 
For immediate consideration e-mail your resume to me directly at
michael.walton@procaretherapy.com
 
or fill out the application below.
 
Michael Walton
Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy
Direct Line: 770-776-2106
 

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