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Come and join our skilled and supportive team of psychologists! Alachua County Public Schools currently has two 10-month (196 days) school psychologist positions available. We offer a competitive salary, attractive benefits, and additional supplemental pay for school psychologist degree. An opportunity for summer employment to conduct gifted evaluations is also available.
The district office is located in Gainesville, Florida, the home of the University of Florida. Gainesville and its surrounding areas offer great outdoor activities, including beautiful biking and hiking trails and crystal clear springs. Gainesville and Alachua County are also known for outstanding performing arts, museums, and its cultural and historic attractions that are unique and family friendly.
Interested candidates can contact Dr. Donald Reed, ESE Supervisor, at 352.955.7671, x1616 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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JOIN THE BREVARD PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEAM! Become a part of a culture of dedication, collaboration, and learning. Be the change in a student’s life to forge success! Brevard Public Schools has 1 full-time school psychologist opening (11-month 218-day contract) serving on the Suicide Risk Inquiry (SRI) Team. We are looking for a school psychologist with the knowledge of supporting and providing mental health assessments for students in crisis, connecting students and families with mental health supports, and providing on-call district-wide support. The candidate will have knowledge of supporting students’ mental health within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework. We are also looking for school psychologists with the ability to administer, score and interpret intelligence and other psychological measures. Candidates should demonstrate written and oral communication skills, knowledge of Response to Intervention and Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS), have a working knowledge of Exceptional Education Programs, be capable of providing delivery of services in the area of Crisis Response, and the ability to work effectively with others.
The roles and responsibilities of a Suicide Risk Inquiry (SRI) Consultant/School Psychologist may include but not be limited to the following:
Join the Broward County Public Schools' Psychological Services team today! Become a part of this amazing group of professionals who are supported by three District Coordinators and a group of knowledgeable Team Leaders that provide mentorship and continuous professional development in a collaborative working environment, while also offering individual opportunities for growth. Our mission is to provide quality school psychological services to students, parents, and school personnel through prevention, intervention, consultation, evaluation, and training services. Broward County Public Schools currently has 4 full-time positions available and 6 interim substitute positions. To apply for these positions please click the following link: https://www.applitrack.com/broward/onlineapp/.
POSITION TITLE: District School Psychologist (Job Description)
CONTRACT YEAR: Eleven Months (216 day calendar)
PAY GRADE: Teacher Salary Schedule (with additional School Psychologist Supplement and Advanced Degree Incentives)
The School District of Charlotte County has several School Psychologist positions open for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school year. School Psychologists are an integral part of comprehensive student support services and teacher support teams, actively participating within the MTSS framework and on the districts newly established threat assessment teams. The School District of Charlotte County is a small/medium school district on the Southwest coast of Florida, encompassing the Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, and Englewood areas.
Due to the small size of the district and the recent increase in staff allocations, Charlotte County Schools offers a unique opportunity for School Psychologists to engage in a wide variety of supports/services for our students, which range from crisis intervention, consultation, data analysis, psycho-educational evaluations, FBA/BIPs, individual/small group counseling , etc..., while serving no more than two schools. Experience with and knowledge of MTSS is preferred. Salaries start at $58,050 for a 204 day contract.
Required minimum qualification: Ed. S. or equivalent (Masters +60) in School Psychology and a valid Florida Certification in School Psychology. For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within The School District of Charlotte County, contact Rebecca Marazon, NCSP, at 941.255.0808 x3071. Or at email@example.com
Duval County Public Schools, Jacksonville, FL, has several school psychologist positions available for the current, 2019-2020 school year. We offer the option of a 10 month or 12 month alternative contract. Twelve month alternative contracts include the ability to accrue annual leave (vacation) days in addition to sick days. Salaries are based upon experience and degree attainment. We offer the opportunity to work within a large county of diverse students and educators. Interested candidates should contact Jamie Brennan, Supervisor of School Psychological Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904.858.6159. You can also apply on the Duval County Schools Website: https://dcps.duvalschools.org/Page/21353
Hernando County School District is hiring School Psychologists, with current positions open for the 2019-2020 school year. 10 month (197 days) or 11 month (216 days) contracts are available.
Advantages of working for Hernando as a school psychologist include:
Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) currently has several openings for full-time school psychologists (8-hour day, 205-day contract), effective immediately. School psychologists in the district provide services such as consultation, psychoeducational evaluations, individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention. Typically, school psychologists are assigned to one or two schools. Professional development opportunities are a priority, since the Psychological Services department is an approved provider of Florida DOH CEs for license renewal, credits for NCSP renewal, and inservice credits for DOE certificate renewal.
Salaries begin at $49,700 for a Master's degree/$51,200 for an Educational Specialist's degree/$52,800 for a Doctorate degree. Starting salaries increase with verified previous years of experience as a school psychologist. Additional opportunities are available as bonuses (incentives for working in Achievement Schools or Renaissance Schools, and for Florida's Best & Brightest Scholarship Program) and for summer contracted work (typically 100-120 hours). Benefits are plenty in number and include a CoverageFirst Local medical plan from Humana, which has no biweekly premium for employees!
Hillsborough County is situated within the Tampa Bay area, with nearby world-class beaches on the Gulf Coast, professional and semi-professional sporting events, seasonal festivals, and a variety of family-friendly activities.
Interested applicants should complete an online application at: https://www.applitrack.com/sdhc/onlineapp/
For more information, please contact Anne Townsend, Supervisor of Psychological Services, at email@example.com or 813.273.7095.
The School District of Lee County has several opportunities for full-time School Psychologists for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school year. Ten to eleven month contracts are available, specific contract lengths are 196 days, 206 days, 216 days and 226 days. School Psychologists are an integral part of comprehensive student support services and student engagement teams, actively participating within the MTSS framework and on the districts newly established mental health teams. The School District of Lee County is a large school district on the Southwest Florida coast and includes Fort Myers/Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, and Lehigh Acres. Cape Coral, Florida was rated by livability as one of the top 6 most affordable cities in Florida and as the most affordable city to live on the water, a true boaters paradise. In addition to beautiful, white sand beaches and warm gulf waters, the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins call Fort Myers home for Spring Training. The Fort Myers Downtown River District regularly hosts Art and Music Walks and there are Farmers Markets throughout the area.
Although the school district is large, the psychology team is a cohesive, collaborative and proactive group, working together in Professional Learning Communities (PLC’s) and district leaders on problem-solving teams, data analysis, behavioral and mental health, and threat assessment.
Required minimum qualification: Ed. S. or equivalent (Masters +60) in School Psychology and a valid Florida Certification in School Psychology. For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within The School District of Lee County, contact Amy Clark, Ed.S., Director of Psychological and SocialWork Services at 239.335.1485 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exciting things are happening in Pasco! School Psychologist in Pasco County provide comprehensive school psychological services based on a data-informed decision through a collaborative, comprehensive problem-solving process utilizing current evidenced-based research. As members of a multidisciplinary team, school psychologist are able to support stakeholders through a multi-tiered system of support in the areas of academic, behavioral, and social-emotional well-being to develop career, college, and life-ready individuals.
Pasco County Schools currently has two openings.
A Specialist degree or its equivalent in School Psychology, Educational Psychology, or eligible for a Florida Educators Certificate in School Psychology.
1. Training in accredited school psychology programs
2. Advanced training
3. Classroom teaching experience
4. Successful experience in like position
Come join our team! Interested applicants should apply through the job listings section of the Pasco County Schools website http://www.pasco.k12.fl.us//hreq/page/employment
For more information, please contact Jonathan Chasin, Supervisor, School Psychology Services at email@example.com or 727-774-2361.
Pinellas County Schools is currently hiring school psychologists. Open positions are full-time 10 month (198 days) and 7.5 hours per day. Salary supplements are available for highest degree earned and for the level of certification – including a supplement specifically for your NCSP. A half-hour daily additional duty pay option (8-hour work day) is available to all psychologists. Extended contracts (11.5 month – 235 days) can be applied for internally as they become available.
Starting salary for a school psychologist holding their Ed.S. and NCSP choosing to work the 8-hour day option is $56,630 with benefits.
Come join an established and growing team where you can utilize your skills across a full range of comprehensive service delivery! Interested applicants can contact Michael Cowley for additional information (firstname.lastname@example.org | 727-588-6047) or simply follow the link below and apply today!
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