The COVID-19 pandemic may have disrupted the normal course of education across the United States, yet preparations are still underway in most areas to resume a normal (or near-normal) school schedule for 2020-2021. And that means we’re staffing school psychologist jobs in a variety of settings across the United States.
Our school psychologist jobs are great options for those seeking new career opportunities in the many states where we most frequently hire — including Texas, Florida, Washington State and more. They’re also available as travel assignments for those who are willing to work in another community or state. As such, many include housing and meal stipends; you can view each school psychologist job for full details.
Why Work a School Psychologist Job with CareerStaff?
At CareerStaff, we’re committed to helping school districts nationwide provide the therapeutic intervention that’s so important for students with special needs. Our goal is to ensure that students can participate more independently in their education programs while developing the basic skills necessary to meet their individualized education program (IEP) goals.
Our philosophy when assisting our school-based clients is to help them fulfill their vision of offering all children and their families the environment for learning, progressing and meeting expectations. As such, we take pride in the quality of clinician that we provide, and we seek professionals with qualifications that typically include:
- Certification from an accredited program
- A full year of verifiable, supervised professional experience within the last three years
- A thorough understanding of the federal and state guidelines that apply to your profession (depending on the situation, we may be able to help you acquire any additional community-specific credentialing or licensure as needed)
With these qualifications, you’ll typically be expected to fulfill standard psychologist responsibilities, which usually centers on working with children and adolescents with learning or behavioral issues (and their families). You’ll also likely be collaborating with teachers and educational leaders to create an optimum classroom environment, as well as other responsibilities as described in each job listing.
And remember, at CareerStaff, we treat our workers well! We’re proud to offer highly competitive pay and a full suite of benefits that includes:
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Weekly pay with direct deposit
- Mentoring programs and continuing education credits
Flexible schedules and guaranteed hours are also available for some assignments. Some opportunities may ask you to split your time among multiple locations within a single school district, in which case a stipend for mileage traveled may also be offered. To learn more, search all available school psychologist jobs and view the details in a specific assignment.
In addition, joining the CareerStaff roster of qualified psychologists and allied clinicians means you’re part of a nationwide network that spans all 50 states. Once you’re in our system, you’ll have easier access to land your next career opportunity, whether it’s in a school or any other clinical or educational setting. (Read more about the facilities we staff here.)
Find Your Next School Psychologist Job Today
Ready to get started? With job openings for the upcoming educational year filling up fast — and the summer already upon us — the time is now to land the ideal school psychologist job that best matches your professional goals and personal preferences. As the leader in nationwide healthcare job staffing, CareerStaff is your partner to find an opportunity in the area where you want to work.
If you’re interested in working a new school psychologist job, or like some more info, we welcome you to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also join our roster of healthcare professionals here, or browse our list of school psychologist jobs here.