TherapyTravelers places school psychologists in local or traveling placements in Oregon schools and around the country.
Our therapists enjoy personalized support, top-of market compensation and benefits, and strong work/life balance.
Due to our strong relationships with schools, we’re able to provide our clinicians with information on open positions as soon as they become available.
Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K matching, paid holidays, PTO and sick days, and CEU membership and reimbursement.
TherapyTravelers provides a dedicated relationship manager to advocate on behalf of our clinicians, allowing you to focus on the kids who need you.
“The reason I continue to work with TherapyTravelers is the pay for one is great, the benefits, the 401K match is awesome. Another reason is my relationship manager. She genuinely cares about what I do on a day to day basis.”
– Riley, Speech Language Pathologist
Working as a school psychologist can be a very rewarding career. TherapyTravelers can help you find a position in school psychology, allowing you to focus on your job and the children who need your support.
Before you apply for a job as a school psychologist, it is important to consider whether or not you meet the minimum requirements. Ideally, you will be degree-educated from a licensed university, and have an understanding of the challenges faced by those with learning and behavioral difficulties.
It is also essential to have completed 60 hours of graduate education. This experience can be gained through studying a psychology program, supported by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
The purpose of a school psychologist is to support the mental health of young people. By communicating with parents and teachers and working one-on-one with students, they can have an extremely positive impact on the wellbeing of learners.
Common tasks of school psychologists include the treatment of learning difficulties, as well as delivering psychology tests for the purpose of special education. They must be prepared to work with young people affected by behavioral problems, and always be willing to listen to worries concerning their mental health.
Searching for that ideal position can often be a difficult process, but TherapyTravelers can help you to find the perfect school psychologist job. With connections to various schools in districts across the state, we can inform you of the most recent psychologist jobs in Oregon.
Whether you are looking for a full-time or part-time job, we post a range of psychologist roles as soon as they are announced. For each role, you can view the full job description for further information, including details of hours and salary as well as the school district.
We can also offer an exclusive benefits package, including paid holidays and medical insurance. Plus, if you’re hired through us, you will be assigned a relationship manager, allowing you to concentrate on your role as a school psychologist.
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You’ll never be far from the city of Portland, known for its welcoming culture and unique sights of interest. Why not explore the International Rose Test Garden, or visit the famous Powell’s bookstore housing over a million used books?
Venture out of Portland and you’ll discover some impressive scenery. Cannon Beach offers incredible views of coastal rock formations. There are also eleven national forests to explore, home to some of the most scenic hiking trails in the US.
Search our list of job openings today for your ideal school psychologist job. With our extensive range of relevant full-time positions, TherapyTravelers can help you to find the role most suited to you.
Questions? Call us. 1-888-223-8002
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