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Full Time School Psychologist

Job Description:
Soliant is excited to announce our new partnership with a school district near Talbotton, GA.
We are seeking a School Psychologist to fill a full time need for the upcoming school year.
The district is accepting applicants from out-of-state, so this position is perfect for the NASP certified psychologist or a new graduate.
Interviews are happening now! EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time Contract Itinerant - candidates should have their own mode of transportation to drive between schools.
Soliant can provide mileage reimbursement for travel between schools.
HOURS: Regular School Hours Guaranteed 35 hours per week CASELOAD AND Responsibilities: Working with K-12 scholars, between the nine schools in the district.
Will work with another certified school psychologist to split the caseloads in the district.
Work as a team with other psychologists and members of the IEP teams in the district.
Work productively and efficiently using the district's standard procedure.
EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, AND EXPERIENCE Master's degree in Educational or School Psychology from an accredited college or university (or higher level degree) Georgia state Department of Education K-12 School Psychologist Certification required New Graduates will be considered.
Out-of-State, NASP Certified candidates will be considered.
Soliant can provide travelers with licensure reimbursement.
No experience is required, but previous experience with school-aged scholars is preferred.
SALARY AND
Benefits: Soliant builds compensation packages based on the needs of individual candidates.
Access to full health benefits.
Access to a 401k plan.
Access to licensure reimbursement.
Access to relocation and travel stipends.
To learn more, contact Kelci Garrison at 770-225-3046 or by email, kelci.
garrison@soliant.
com.
Kelci Garrison - Hiring Manager, Educational Resource Soliant - www.
soliant.
com (770) 225-3046 - kelci.
garrison@soliant.
com Apply Now Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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