- Job Location:
Santa Cruz, CA
Schools - School Psychologist
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Santa Cruz, California: PPS Credentialed Psychologist
ProCare Therapy has partnered with a school district in Santa Cruz, California to hire a certified school psychologist for the 2019-2020 school year. The position is full time, working 35-40 hours a week with students in this K-12 district. For the placement, the district will take into consideration the preferences and experience of the psychologist when establishing a caseload.
We will begin phone interviews this week for licensed School Psychologist that will be ready to start in September, work for the entirety of the 19-20 school year and work directly with other supportive team members to better serve the students. This position has the potential to renew on an annual basis.
School Psychologist Objectives:
- Improve academic achievement
- Support diverse learners
- Promote positive behavior and a healthy school environment
- Develop strong partnership between parents and educators
School Psychologist Responsibilities:
- Data collection and analysis
- Report writing
- Counseling: Individual and Group
- Consult with educators and parents
- Treatment planning and recommendations - IEP Meetings and Response to Intervention (RTI)
- California license and PPS Credential
- Ability to pass a background check and drug screen
As an employee of ProCare Therapy, you will be offered a competitive hourly pay rate as well as a customized benefits package, potentially including relocation assistance. Submit your resume and apply today to be considered for this opportunity:
Senior Director of Educational Resources
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