Fully Virtual School Psychologist for Delaware Students


Job Details

Location Dover, DE
Discipline School Psychologist - Telehealth
Date Posted July 10, 2024

Job Description

Remote School Psychologist for Delaware Schools

Job Title: Remote School Psychologist
Location: Delaware (Fully Remote)
Employment Type: Full-Time

Position Overview

We are seeking a skilled Remote School Psychologist to provide comprehensive psychological services to students across Delaware. This remote opportunity is ideal for a professional who is adept at using virtual platforms to support and enhance student mental health, learning outcomes, and overall well-being.

Key Responsibilities

  • Psychological Assessments: Conduct detailed virtual assessments to evaluate students' cognitive, emotional, and behavioral needs.
  • Intervention Strategies: Design and implement effective intervention plans that address the specific needs of students, promoting their academic success and emotional health.
  • Counseling Services: Provide ongoing counseling and support to students, utilizing teletherapy to help manage various mental health challenges.
  • Collaboration with Educational Staff: Work closely with teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure a cohesive approach to mental health and educational support.
  • Crisis Intervention: Respond quickly and effectively to crises, providing essential support and coordination with other educational and mental health professionals.
  • Program Development: Contribute to the development and evaluation of school-wide mental health programs, aiming to improve overall student wellness.


  • Education: Master’s or Doctoral degree in Psychology, specializing in school psychology.
  • Certification: Licensed or eligible for licensure as a School Psychologist in Delaware.
  • Experience: At least two years of professional experience in school psychology, with significant skills in virtual assessment and teletherapy.
  • Skills: Proficiency in digital communication tools, strong analytical skills, and a compassionate approach to student care.
  • Personal Attributes: Ethical, empathetic, and dedicated to advancing the psychological well-being of students.

Work Environment

  • 100% Remote: This role requires a professional home office setup suitable for private and secure virtual sessions.
  • Flexible Hours: Flexibility is necessary to meet the needs of students and coordinate with school schedules, which may include occasional early morning or late evening hours.

Application Process

Interested candidates should submit the following:

  • Resume/CV highlighting educational background and experience in school psychology.
  • Cover Letter detailing your interest in the role and your qualifications for working remotely.
  • References: Include contact information for at least one professional reference.

Contact Information

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