School Psychologist (PSYCH) Job Part Time St. Paul, MN

  • Job Location:  St. Paul, MN
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School Psychologist (PSYCH) Job – Part Time – St. Paul, MN
A Minnesota certified School Psychologist is needed at a school district in St. Paul for two days a week, for the school year. The position is part time and will consist of approximately 15 hours per week. The number of hours could increase at the end of each semester. You will be working with students ranging from K-8th grade. Most of your time will be spent with the elementary aged students though.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
•Re-evaluations & initials
•Writing FBA’s
•IEP writing
•Interpreting to fellow staff & parents
•Contributing to IEP meetings
Minimum Requirements:
•State of Minnesota School Psychologist Certificate
•Master’s Degree in School Psychology
•Experience in a school setting
If this part time School Psychologist job opportunity in St. Paul, Minnesota sounds like something you would be interested in hearing more about please send me your most up to date resume along with references to for a most immediate response. You can also reach me directly at (770) 325-0318; please don’t hesitate to have me paged.
If this doesn’t sound like the position for you; please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to assist in finding your perfect position.

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