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Alachua County Public Schools has three 10-month school psychologist position openings for the 2019-2020 school year. Salary is based on the district's instructional salary schedule (based on years of experience and degree attainment) plus a school psychologist supplement. Interested candidates can contact Dr. Donald Reed, ESE Supervisor, at 352.955.7671, x1616. Experience with low incidence populations and/or bilingual assessment is a plus, but not required.
Interested candidates are encouraged to register and apply: https://skyward.iscorp.com/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsfinalachuafl/Rapplmnu03.w
Bay District Schools, Panama City, FL
Bay District Schools currently has several openings for full-time (8 hour day, 196 contracted days) school psychologists, effective July 30, 2019. Salaries are based upon years of experience and whether the applicant has certification or a license in school psychology.
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 4 full-time openings (11-month 218-day contract), and 1 part-time opening (4.0 hours equivalent to 2 ½ days). We are looking for school psychologists with the knowledge of Response to Intervention and Multi-Tiered System of Supports, and the ability to administer, score and interpret intelligence and other psychological measures. Candidates should demonstrate written and oral communication skills, 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.
Candidates from out of state are open to apply and will be considered.
Brevard County is a hidden gem located on the east coast of Central Florida just 35 miles east of Orlando. It has 72 miles of beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches. Brevard offers tropical weather, cultural activities, educational opportunities, active and passive recreational opportunities, and a social and family friendly atmosphere. We are home to Harris, GE, NASA, and the Kennedy Space Center. Brevard is a small town feel that caters to the Florida lifestyle.
To join our BPS Team, click on the link below to apply.
For more information about a school psychology career with Brevard Public Schools, please contact Paula M. Lewis, Ed.D., Assistant Director of Psychological Services at 321.868.6670 ext. 202 or 321.223.0691. Or please feel free to send an email to Lewis.Paula@brevardschools.org.
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 8 full-time positions available for the 2019-2020 school year. To apply for these positions please click the following link: https://www.applitrack.com/broward/onlineapp/.
POSITION TITLE: District School Psychologist
CONTRACT YEAR: Eleven Months (Standard 216 or alternate 216 day calendar)
PAY GRADE: Teacher Salary Schedule (Supplement pending recommendation)
- State certification as a School Psychologist.
- Supervised internship approved by an accredited school psychology training program.
- Bilingual skills preferred.
- Computer skills as required for the position
- Preferred candidate will also have knowledge and training in evidence-based trauma resolution and crises intervention for adults and children.
The School District of Charlotte County has three full-time School Psychologist positions open for the 2019-2020 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 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 increase in staff for next year, 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.
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
Columbia County School District is hiring and has multiple openings for full-time (7.5 hour day, 10 month contract) school psychologists, for the 2019-2020 school year. Benefits are provided and opportunities for professional development are available as well. Salaries are competitive with an increase available depending on level of education and experience. Summer work is also available if interested. Come work with a great team of staff, schools, and students! Interested applicants should apply through the job opportunities section of the Columbia County Schools website (http://www.columbiak12.com/human-resources-5f11d3e8/employment-542d4785).
For more information, please contact Lynn Jamison, Director of ESE & Special Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 386.755.8049.
Flagler County Public Schools currently has multiple openings for full-time (216 days/7.25hrs, instructional contract) school psychologist for the 2019-2020 school year. Flagler Schools offers a competitive salary package and allows all in-state years of teaching experience for salary placement.
Interested applicants should apply through the employment section of the Flagler Schools website:
Applicants must be eligible or have current school psychologist certification through the Florida Department of Education.
For more information, please refer to the posted job description or contact Dr. Timothy King, Director of Exceptional Student Education, at email@example.com.
Hernando County School District is hiring School Psychologists, with current positions open and positions available 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 currently has several openings for a full-time (8 hour day, 205 day contract) school psychologist, effective immediately. Salaries start at $49.7K (based on Master’s degree without prior experience) and increase with level of education and experience. Benefits are provided. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 813.273.7095.
Indian River County
The School District of Indian River County has one (1) full-time vacancy for a school psychologist beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year. The school psychology team in Indian River is committed to promoting and supporting the development and provision of equitable, evidence-based services which cultivate the optimal development of students within cognitive, behavioral, and social/emotional domains. School psychologists entering the district will be assigned a mentor school psychologist to provide ongoing support and guidance while transitioning to their role in our district. To apply for a position with our team, please click on the following link: https://www.applitrack.com/indianriver/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services
POSITION TITLE: School Psychologist
PAY GRADE: Professional/Technical 10 Months Pay Grade C with additional school psychologist market supplement. To obtain additional salary information, please click the following link: https://www.indianriverschools.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_1549441/File/Departments/Jobs/sdirc-jobs-1819-salary-schedule.pdf
Lake County Schools has several opportunities for full-time school psychologists for the 2019-2020 school year. These are 10 ½ month (202 days), 7.5 hour positions. School Psychologists are an essential and vital part of delivering student support services for our district. They are active and integral members of the district’s MTSS framework and mental health services. Our team of psychologists is a collaborative, active group working together in Professional Learning Communities (PLC’s), with district leaders, and with schools on problem-solving teams, data analysis, behavioral and mental health, and threat assessment. They also enjoy opportunities to be integrally involved in department planning and development of policy and practice. Benefits are provided and opportunities for professional development are available, as well. Salaries are competitive with an increase available depending on level of education and experience.
The Lake County School District is a large district in Central Florida. It is known for camping and kayaking, rustic towns near the Ocala National Forest, and Alexander Springs. The area’s waterways are home to wading birds, otters, alligators, and bald eagles. Small town charm is abundant with bikefest, Mardi Gras, farmer’s market, and food truck festivities. An environmental and agricultural reserve offers trails, a nature center, and some of the best local birding in the region. North Lake County is an area known as horse country where residents and visitors enjoy a southern sporting lifestyle. The Golden Triangle of Lake County is an area known for its plentiful lakes, old Spanish Moss-draped oak trees, antiques, seaplane rides, a historic inn built in 1883, eclectic dining venues, classic rail car rides, and the famous Renninger’s Twin Markets. South Lake County enjoys the title of “World Triathlon Destination” due to its gently rolling hills and notable elevation changes. It also is home to a winery and the Citrus Tower which offers a 360-degree view of eight surrounding counties.
A $5000 Relocation Bonus included in hiring package!
The School District of Lee County has several opportunities for full-time School Psychologists for the 2019-2020 school year. 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 email@example.com
Pinellas County School District has anticipated openings for 10 month, 7.5 hour School Psychologists in the 2019-2020 school year. Salary based on instructional salary schedule + years of service, and is enhanced for psychologists through a degree supplement, daily additional duty option (8-hour day option), and standard psychologist or NCSP supplement. Interested candidates should complete an online application at https://ats3.searchsoft.net/ats/app_login?COMPANY_ID=OA002067. For more information contact Michael Cowley, Managing Officer of Psychological Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727.588.6047.
Applicants must be eligible for school psychologist certification through the Department of Education or be licensed in Florida through the Department of Health.
St. Lucie County
St. Lucie Public Schools currently has multiple openings for full-time (11 month, instructional contract) school psychologists for the 2018-2019 and the 2019-2020 school years. Interested applicants should apply through the employment section of the St. Lucie Public Schools website (http://www.stlucieschools.org/). For more information please refer to the posted job description or contact Dr. Michelle Gillard, Program Specialist for Psychological Services at email@example.com.
Sumter County Schools currently has one full-time (7.6 hour day, 198 day contract) School Psychologist-Mental Health position available. Salary based on psychologist salary schedule + years of experience. Interested applicants should complete an online application at: https://skyward.sumter.k12.fl.us/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsFin/rapplmnu03.r For more information please contact Kathy Dustin, Director of Exceptional Student Education, at Katherine.Dustin@sumter.k12.fl.us or 352.793.2315.