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School Psychologist

Cabarrus County Schools is currently seeking multiple dynamic and highly skilled school psychologists to join a growing staff in expanding school psychological services to over 33,000 students in our district. Cabarrus County Schools is located 30 miles outside of uptown Charlotte and 45 miles from Greensboro and consists of over 40 schools with a diverse student population representing over 80 languages.
Job Description: Cabarrus County Schools school psychologists are integral members of data-driven MTSS teams, participating regularly on problem-solving teams and providing both direct and indirect services to students. They engage in consultation, counseling, crisis response; assist with addressing mental health needs; hold conferences with parents; and conduct psychoeducational evaluations when students are suspected of having disabilities. School psychologists in Cabarrus offer various trainings to staff, participate on multi-disciplinary district-level teams, and work with teachers, school staff, and families as part of a collaborative team within the school setting. They engage in regular professional development to boost their skill sets and continue to move forward in establishing a comprehensive service delivery model based on the NASP Practice Model. Cabarrus County Schools school psychologists are progressive, innovative, and child-centered and we are looking for other like-minded professionals to join us in the expansion of our psychological services team for the 2019-2020 academic year to better meet the needs of the students in our district.

Requirements: School psychology degree (M.A., Ed.S. or Ph.D.) from an approved NASP, APA or NCATE program. Must hold a valid North Carolina license in school psychology.

To Apply: Available positions are for 10-months. All interested applicants should direct their attention to the external application link on Handshake for the employment link to our online application system
Please contact Amy Lowder, Director of Student Safety and Well-being, with any questions: 704-260-5771 or