Location: Napa, CA

Contract School Psychologist Job near Napa, CA

Join our team as a contract school psychologist and apply today for this job in the Napa, CA area.  School settings range from elementary, secondary and non-public, candidates will be working in setting that is best fit for them and their qualifications, first come first serve on pick of school.


Candidates must have Master’s degree in educational or clinical psychology, including at least one year of internship under the supervision of a credentialed school psychologist. Must also hold a valid California Pupil Personnel Services Credential or equivalent authorizing service as a school psychologist in California.


BASIC FUNCTION: Under the direction of the Director of Pupil Personnel Services/SELPA, assess behavioral, social and/or academic problems for students at assigned school sites; develop individual prescriptions for treating students in special programs; follow-up and re-evaluate appropriately; assist with assigned pupil personnel services programs.


For consideration please forward resume & references to Elizabeth Reitmeyer 813-792-3417 or email elizabeth.reitmeyer@sunbeltstaffing.com. 

Schools - School Psychologist Contract 01/13/2020

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