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For the 2021-2022 school year, Brevard Public Schools currently has four (4) open positions for School Psychologists. These four School Psychologist positions are 11-month positions, working from July 1st to the end of May (June off). This includes 218 Paid Days, 211 Workdays with 7 annual holiday/annual leave days. Please see this link to the Job Description or visit BPS Beacon Human Resources Page > Quick Links > Job Descriptions or Current Vacancies.
Essential Functions include the following: Administer, score, and interpret intelligence, aptitude achievement and other psychological tests; Submit a written evaluation of test results and interpretations; Make written and oral recommendations to both school personnel and parents for alleviating the specific problem; Provide psychometric services and placement recommendations for Exceptional Education Programs; Ascertain possible causes and solutions of student’s psychological problems through the uses of tests, interviews, and conferences; Hold counseling sessions with parents of students and students who have identified as habitual truants, potential dropouts, underachievers, and behavior problems; Act as a resource person to students, parents, and school; Serve as a liaison between schools and appropriate agencies which can provide services to students in need of additional assistance; and Provide in-service training for school personnel relating to behavior modification techniques, educational psychology, psychometrics, counseling, and the exceptional child.
Brevard Public Schools is on the Space Coast, the main office is in Cocoa Beach. We have 85 public schools, and we support prek-12th grade. We offer a competitive salary, collaborative teaming, and cooperative partnerships with our schools, families, and communities.
Come and accelerate your career in School Psychology with Brevard Public Schools - 3…2…1… LIFT OFF!
For any questions, please email Dr. Jayna Jenkins at Jenkins.jayna@Brevardschools.org or call at 321.633.1000, Ext. 11569.
The School District of Charlotte County has two School Psychologist positions open for the 2021-2022 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 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. School Psychologists also have the opportunity to earn Play Therapy certification if they so choose. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Citrus County has a 216-day full-time position open for the 2021-2022 school year. Our school psychologists have a varied role that includes counseling, assessment, and participation in the MTSS process. The department is well-supported by the district and school psychologists frequently give input to assist in district programs and initiatives. Starting pay with no experience is approximately 56,000 for those with a specialist degree and 57,000 for those with a doctoral degree. Health benefits include access to a no-cost wellness center for routine medical care, urgent care, and prescriptions. Citrus County is on Florida’s Nature Coast, approximately 75 minutes from Tampa and 90 minutes from Orlando. The area is famous for its crystal-clear springs and rivers in addition to numerous lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. Many enjoy swimming with manatees, fishing, biking, exploring forest caves, or just enjoying the ambience of our small towns. Please contact email@example.com | 352.726.1931, ext. 2347 for more information. (About Us)
Hernando County School District is hiring School Psychologists (10 month, 197 days), with current positions available for the 2021-2022 school year.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 813.273.7095.
Indian River County
The School District of Indian River County currently has one 10 month (196 days) school psychologist position available. The SDIRC offers a competitive salary, benefits, and degree supplements (School Psychologist-Pro/Tech 196 days). We are located approximately halfway down the east coast of Florida. Centrally located 75 miles south of the Kennedy Space Center and 135 miles north of Miami, our 543 square miles contain beautiful beaches, immaculate ocean and river front communities, and endless groves of renowned Indian River oranges and grapefruits. Our district has 13 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 2 high schools, one alternative education center, one career and adult education center, one exceptional student education school, and 5 charter schools.
Come join our collaborative, innovative, and supportive group of school psychologists who are supported by a Program Specialist for Psychological Services, Director of Student Services, and Director of Strategic Initiatives and Systems Compliance (all trained school psychologists). We offer regular professional development as well as provide an opportunity for additional clinical supervision. Required minimum qualification include a master’s degree in School Psychology from an accredited educational institution (Specialist or higher degree in School Psychology or related field preferred) and a valid Florida Certification or licensure in School Psychology and/or licensure as a Psychologist.
Qualified and interested candidates should apply at: SDIRC Job Openings
Job Description: School Psychologist Job description
For further information, interested candidates may contact Traci McGough, EdS, NCSP, Program Specialist for Psychological Services at email@example.com or call 772-564-5906.
The School District of Lee County has several openings for full-time School Psychologists for the 2021-2022 school year. Ten to eleven month contracts are available with contract lengths of 196 days and 216 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 district’s 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 (PLCs) and district leaders on problem-solving teams, data analysis, behavioral and mental health, and threat assessment teams.
Required minimum qualification: Ed. S. or equivalent in School Psychology and valid Florida Certification in School Psychology. Salary for 196 day contracts, including school psychology supplement and specialist degree supplement, is $60,027 and for 216 day contracts, including school psychology supplement and specialist degree supplement, is $67195.00. There are also supplements available for NCSP and Florida license. For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within The School District of Lee County, contact Amy Clark, Ed.S., Director of Psychological and Social Work Services at 239.335.1485 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an application at https://apply.leeschools.net by applying to the following job posting: Pool-School Psychologist [Job Posting #20210001].
Leon County Schools (LCS) in Tallahassee has one 10 month (196 days) school psychologist position available for the 2021-22 school year. LCS offers competitive salary, benefits and advanced degree supplements. LCS is a medium sized district with a collaborative and supportive team of school psychologists. Required minimum qualification include a master’s degree in School Psychology from an accredited educational institution (Specialist or higher degree in School Psychology or related field preferred) and a valid Florida Certification or licensure in School Psychology and/or licensure as a Psychologist.
Qualified and interested candidates should apply at: https://pats.leon.k12.fl.us/
For further information, interested candidates may contact Kim Scott email@example.com
There is a position available in Manatee County. Please review the Job Description for additional informaiton.
Pinellas County Schools is currently hiring for school psychologists to start in the 2021-2022 school year. 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.
Base salary for a 10 month school psychologist holding their Ed.S. (or equivalent) and NCSP choosing to work the 8-hour day option is approximately $59,130 with benefits and increases for those with 7+ years of experience.
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!
Putnam County Schools is seeking a full time, 10-month (7.5 hour day) School Psychologist for the 2021-2022 school year. Conveniently located between Gainesville and St. Augustine, Putnam County Schools offers competitive pay (degree supplement plus additional $7k annual supplement) and a reasonable caseload. To apply, please visit our website at https://www.putnamschools.org/page/job-vacancies Feel free to contact for more information: Julie Sloan, Lead School Psychologist, at 386.329.0528 or email@example.com.
Come join a dynamic team of professionals in Seminole County! Serving only two schools a piece, our School Psychologists strive to provide a robust and comprehensive service delivery to all students!
We currently have 2 openings (10-month contract) for the 2021-22 school year. Interested applicants should review the Job Description and/or contact Jennifer Johnson with questions firstname.lastname@example.org | 407.320.2004.
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St. Lucie County
St. Lucie Public Schools is looking for school psychologists to join our dynamic team! We currently have multiple openings for full-time (11 month, instructional contract) school psychologists for the 2021-2022 school year. SLPS school psychologists are integral parts of their school teams and provide a wide range of prevention, intervention, and consultative services. Interested applicants can apply here. For more information, please refer to the job description or contact Dr. Michelle Gillard, Coordinator of Mental Health & Psychological/Social Services, at email@example.com.
Walton County is located in the Florida Panhandle, with easy access to the pristine emerald green waters along the Gulf of Mexico. The School Psychologist position is a 10+1 position, with optional 150 hours of summer work in June and July. Duties include assessment for all ESE exceptionalities, problem solving with school based MTSS teams, as well as collaboration with behavior specialists and licensed mental health providers within the district. Walton County School District has roughly 11,000 students and is currently ranked #7 in the state. Newly approved professional salary is competitive! For additional information about the position, local area, school district, please contact Sharon Bartels-Wheeless, NCSP at firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Florida
This position is uniquely situated at PK Yonge, a K-12 Developmental Research School affiliated with the University of Florida. The opening offers a ten-month renewable contract with possible additional summer extension. EdS, PhD, early career and experienced applicants are encouraged to apply.
The School Psychologist at PK Yonge has a highly diversified and multi-faceted role collaborating with administrators, teachers, and families in supporting student success. Responsibilities include teacher consultations, assessments, and working closely with the school’s four full-time counselors to provide some counseling for students with mental health needs. The School Psychologist is a member of the Threat Assessment Team and the Student and Family Services Team that address systems-level and high risk student supports. Special Education eligibility and section 504 meetings also are an important contribution in the work of the School Psychologist. The school emphasis a multi-tiered systems of support model for services.
Consistent with PK Yonge’s research dissemination mission, the School Psychologist has opportunities to collaborate with University researchers on studies, grant submissions, and co-authoring publications resulting from research projects. PK Yonge has a long-standing collaborative relationship with the University of Florida’s APA accredited and NASP approved School Psychology Program. The school offers opportunities for graduate students to serve practica at PK Yonge each year where they administer assessments, provide FBA’s and participate in counseling. This position would include the opportunity to provide on-site supervision of practica students’ working at the school. The School Psychology program also periodically seeks adjunct instructors from the local community of practitioners to contribute to their training mission. Additionally, delivery of professional development for teachers at PK Yonge (e.g., mental health awareness training) is encouraged.
Salary is negotiable, based on experience. Benefits include the opportunity to collaborate with school leaders to design and provide direct services to students, including mental health supports, while co-developing and contributing to a school-based/multi-disciplinary/university-guided research agenda poised to make a contribution to the knowledge base about effective school-based services for students.
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School (DRS) is a public school established in 1934 with the mission to design, test, and disseminate innovations in K-12 education through serving a student population representative of Florida’s economic, racial, gender, and academic diversity. P.K. Yonge seeks to attract a faculty that reflects the diversity of our student population. Affiliated with the College of Education at the University of Florida, P.K. Yonge faculty may partner with members of the college to develop, and test teaching solutions grounded in our shared values of inclusivity, accessibility, equity, and student agency while educating approximately 1250 students on campus. Click here for Job Description and Application Information