Mediscan

School Psychologist

US-WA-Pullman
Specialty
School Psychologist

Overview

School Psychologist Full-time Job In Pullman, Washington  

Experience the difference with the Mediscan Team!

We are growing again! Currently seeking to employ a School Psychologist for a full-time job in Pullman, Washington.

 

This Washington location is at the Idaho border.

 

This full time job involves multiple schools Kindergarten through 12th grade; itinerant position.

 

This will begin as soon as possible and continue through the current school year.

 

Washington School Psychologist credential is required.

 

Must have Master’s degree in School or Educational Psychology.

 

Interviews are being conducted on a daily basis. For immediate consideration, submit a cover letter and resume to Sherry Crews at sherryc@mediscan.net.

Mediscan is a leading employer of educational-based School Psychologists in locations throughout the US.  At Mediscan, we believe our role is more than just finding you a job. You will find our culture refreshing, supportive and inspiring. We share knowledge.  We learn and build consensus with our professionals so we can develop significant and comprehensive strategies for individual career growth and development.

 

All Mediscan professionals have access to an extraordinarily talented Clinical Director with 20+ years of experience in the field.  We encourage multi-disciplinary interaction, have a fantastic resource library and offer continuing education in addition to a full benefits package. Relocation and company paid housing are available to those who are in a position to travel.

The first step to exploring a School Psychologist career with Mediscan – either in Washington or any other state - is to forward a cover letter and updated resume to the email indicated above.

 

Sherry Crews

(813) 448-5849


Let’s make a difference together, one child at a time!


 

 

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