School Psychologist Jobs
School psychology jobs have many meaningful rewards with plenty of opportunities every day to impact lives for the better. Best of all, demand to fill school psychologist jobs is high—in individual schools as well as school districts. We have thousands of school psychologist jobs in educational systems all across the country.
With Soliant, you can explore psychology jobs that travel and have complete flexibility to choose where, when and how you’ll work your magic with children who need you. Choose from school psychology jobs in every region of the country in cities and towns of every size and description. Work in a traveling psychology job, go for a permanent position, or experiment with an assignment or setting as a temp-to-hire. The jobs for school psychologists are abundant, so why not browse today?
School Psychologist Job Duties
School psychologists are one of the most specialized groups of personnel in the school system and have a very important and unique duty that contributes directly to the smooth functioning of the school as a whole. With a school psychology job, individuals must use their expertise with behavior, mental health and learning patterns to help children succeed and teachers educate. In a school psychologist job, the school psychologist will work between the administrators, teachers, students and parents to create successful and supportive learning environments where all can thrive. When performed well with the use of various resources and tools, various resources and tools, the duty of a school psychologist can place a positive impact not only on the school, but on the community as a whole. School psychologists are responsible for supporting a diverse community and ensuring the mental, emotional, social and academic health of students and faculty members alike.
School Psychologist Job Education Requirements
To qualify for school psychology jobs, including travel psychology jobs, school psychologists must have a four-year undergraduate degree in psychology, sociology or a related field, as well as a graduate master’s degree in psychology or education. Those who want to apply for psychologist jobs in schools can receive specialized graduate preparation training that provides coursework that is relevant to the specific area of psychology in education. After achieving the necessary degrees, a school psychologist must have a specialist-level degree or a doctoral degree. They must also complete a 1,200-hour long supervised internship at an available facility or school. Plus, they must pass the required state credential tests as well as become certified by the National School Psychology Board. School psychologists will learn to possess comprehensive services that can help in a variety of locations including preschools, universities, juvenile justice facilities, private schools and residential clinics. This can make travel psychology jobs an ideal route for those who want experience in a wide range of facilities.
For a full list of the skills and competencies required for a school psychologist job, check out our school psychologist skills list.
School Psychologist Job Market
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, school psychologist job salaries are on an upward trend in the field. Depending on the state and education facility the school psychologist is employed in, there is a potential to make a significant salary. Due to the increase in school admissions over the past few years, there is a rising demand for school psychologists, making it an ideal time to enter the market.
Remote School Psychologist Jobs
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Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) | 23/24 SY - New Caney, TXHouston, Texas
Full-time School Psychologists needed for the new school year (23/24) - Elberton, GAElberton, Georgia
Psychologist (Psych)Lancaster, South Carolina
School Psychologist 23-24Midtown, Portsmouth, Virginia
School Psychologist | Santa Rosa CASanta Rosa, California
23/24 School Psychologist- Huntingtown, MDHuntingtown, Maryland
School Psychologist 23-24Mayo, South Carolina
School Psychologist (23/24)- Mansfield, CTMansfield, Connecticut
School Psychologist 23-24Tolleson, Arizona
School Psychologist (23/24)- Windham, CTWindham, Connecticut
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