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    School Psychologist Washington



    Full time School Psychologist position In Washington State


    We are currently interviewing to fill a School Psychologist job in Washington located East of Camp Murray, WA.  The selected School Psychologist must have knowledge of state and federal legislation for disabilities. 


    The position will be full time to begin NSY (Next School Year) with Kindergarten through 12th grade students. The qualified School Psychologist will be responsible to conduct assessments, interpret results, provide case management and coordination, provide crisis intervention to students when appropriate and provide input for group and individual counseling and social skills and training as indicated on IEPs.



    • Master's Degree in School Psychology
    • ESA certification in School Psychology
    • Applicable State Licensure

    Mediscan is a leading employer of School Psychologists. At Mediscan, we believe our role is more than just finding you a job. You will be amazed at the culture we’ve built over time. We share knowledge; we educate and are educated as well as build relationships with our professionals so we can secure ongoing strategies for career growth and development.


    All Mediscan professionals have access to an incredible Clinical Director with 20 years of experience in the field, we encourage multi-disciplinary interaction and have a fantastic resource library available to all of our School Psychologists.   Additionally, we offer continuing education as well as a full benefits package. We also provide relocation and company paid housing to those who are in a position to travel.

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


    If you would like immediate assistance in securing this position, APPLY NOW

    Helene Aylward

    National Hiring Manager





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