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Full Time School Psychologist Job | Dallas, Georgia
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Sunbelt is seeking a qualified school psychologist for a full time job at a school district near Dallas, Georgia. This is a district wide position working at 3 school sites, ages PreK-12. 

Details About The Job: 

  • 3 school sites - PreK-12
  • Provide direct therapy, report writing, testing and assessments, meeting attendance
  • Support for MDR's and case reviews

Job Qualifications:

  • Licensed as a School Psychologist in the state of Georgia 
  • Able to commute near the Dallas, Georgia area 
  • Previous school based experienced needed 

To be considered further for this full time school psychologist job near Dallas, Georgia, please send your resume to our National Hiring Manager, Jonathan Johnson. 

For those interested in a separate teletherapy position, please call or email our National Hiring Manager, Jonathan Johnson.

Jonathan Johnson
[email protected]
(813) 343-2179

 


 

 

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