School Psych birth-5 JOB in Salem, Oregon

  • Job Location: 

    Salem, OR

  • Category: 

    Schools - School Psychologist

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    09/25/2018

ProCare Therapy is looking for a school psychologist candidate for the upcoming academic school year to work in Salem, Oregon. This a full-time position that seeks a candidate to work with birth through five-year old’s. All applicants must be licensed and certified in the state of Oregon or be willing to get a license as a school psychologist. New graduates will be considered!

 

To apply: Submit a resume below or send a resume to Asma Javed at Asma.Javed@procaretherapy.com 
 

Position Summary:

  • full time
  • general school psych duties
  • weekly pay 
  • immediate hire
  • medical insurance benefits available

Work Schedule:

  • Monday- Friday school hours

Requirements:

  • Master's or Doctorate in Educational/School Psychology
  • Valid State License, Certification, Credentials
  • Passing Drug Testing/Background Screening

 

For more information on this opportunity, you may call me directly at (770)-225-3021 or email an updated resume to Asma.Javed@ProCareTherapy.com

Asma Javed
Account Executive
ProCare Therapy, Inc. 
Direct: 770-225-3021
Asma.Javed@ProcareTherapy.com 
Website: www.procaretherapy.com  

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