Location: Chicago, IL

Full Time Middle School Psychologist Job Near Chicago, IL

Seeking immediate Full Time School Psychologists for a job located near Chicago, IL. You will be working in two schools with students ages K6-9th grade, with mild to moderate disabilities, in a school setting near Chicago, IL. In this School Psychologist job near Chicago, IL you will be working approximately 32 hours a week.

School Psychologist Job Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree School Psychology
  • Ability to adapt
  • IL License
  • PEL

School Psychologist Job Functions:

  • Experience with medicaid
  • Conduct individual evaluations on referred or identified students.
  • Implements and conducts psychological services to meet goals and objectives in the Individual Family Service Plan
  • Documents results of student’s assessment, follow-up, and service completion
  • Participates in transitional, behavioral, and service completion planning

For more information about this School Psychologist job or any others near Chicago, IL, or any others, call or text:

Tracy Kline

National Hiring Manager

O:813-792-3409

C:813-400-3895

Tracy.Kline@SunbeltStaffing.com

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Schools - School Psychologist Contract 12/23/2019

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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