School Psychologist (Master’s Degree School Psychology)
Instructional Position Interest 2021-2022/2021- 2022 School Psychologist (Master�s Degree School Psychology)
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Collier County Public Schools (Naples, Florida) is currently accepting applications for those who wish to express interest in future School Psychologist (Master’s Degree School Psychology) vacancies for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.
Human Resources will follow up with you regarding your application status and future recruitment fairs.
Review the information below and submit your application today!
Why Collier County Public Schools?
- Exceptional curriculum, training, and facilities in a welcoming environment.
- State-of-the-art technology is available for our entire learning community, across all locations.
- Excellent starting salary for new School Psychologists /competitive salary compared to other Florida school districts.
- Comprehensive benefits package and a climate of wellness promoted district-wide.
- Opportunity to serve as a member of an educational team to plan and differentiate instruction for students with various abilities and strengths.
- List of local businesses providing discounts to employees is available (PERKS).
Why consider the teaching profession and/or a career within an educational institution?
- You will always be in demand.
- You aspire to positively impact the future of America.
- A decades long career filled with joy and satisfaction.
- Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter work breaks sound incredible.
- $52,147.76 annually (additional supplemental income may be available across various locations)
Benefits – Collier County pays 100% of the employee premiums for health insurance!
- 100% District-paid Medical and basic term life insurance
- Paid Personal and Sick Leave (10 days annually)
- A part of the Florida Retirement System (FRS)
- Free Employee Assistant/Wellness and Work-Life Balance Programs
- Additional voluntary benefits (vision, dental, flexible spending account, pet insurance)
- Master’s Degree with a concentration in School Psychology or related field and training equivalent to a one year school psychology internship.
- Eligible for Florida School Psychologist Certification or Florida school psychology licensure from the Department of Health as defined in Chapter 490 F.S., and Florida driver’s license.
- Fosters student achievement and development.
- Responsible for carrying out direct intervention services for students and families.
- Works with in cooperation with the instructional team and/or department chair in the education process.
- Collaborates with the Multi-tiered System of Supports Problem Solving Team on data collection, data analysis, interpretation, and reporting (both narrative and graphical) as related to progress monitoring and the development of educational and behavioral interventions.
- Communicates regularly with parents, administrators, and educational supports.
All School Psychologists must have current School Psychologist Certification or Florida school psychology licensure from the Department of Health. Additional information regarding the certification process is available at the Florida Department of Education page. Refer to the Question & Answer For Applicants page for any questions.
Link to Application vacancy page: click on the green “Apply Externally” page