Elementary School Psychologist (Avon, MA)

Avon Public Schools is looking for a school psychologist to join their staff at Ralph D. Butler Elementary School. The position is also open to interns and has another school psychologist to be the internship supervisor. You can read more about the listing and apply here.


School Psychologist (Chelmsford, MA)

The Chelmsford School District is seeking a School Psychologist to fill a position at one their K-4 Elementary Schools. The Chelmsford School District has 9 Doctoral Psychologists,1 School Psychologist and 4 incoming Doctoral Interns for the upcoming school year.

For further information and the job application please visit this website.

For questions, please contact Shannon Bischoff at bischoffs@chelmsford.k12.ma.us

Career Readiness Specialist Part-time (Lynn, MA)

The Girls Inc. of Lynn are looking to hire a Career Readiness Specialist to work with high schoolers. This individual will complete be a part of the career and college access team. They will facilitate a weekly career program, moderate monthly career panels, and place students into internships and job shadows. It’s a part-time role that could be a good fit for current students, alums or someone interested in nonprofits, youth work, career development, education or gender studies.  

Anyone interested may send their resume and cover letter to Ariel Garfinkel at agarfinkel@girlsinclynn.org, or call 781.592.9744 x 232


School Psychologist / Special Education Team Chairperson (Mashpee, MA)

Mashpee Public Schools are looking for a school psychologist/special education team chairperson at Mashpee Middle-High School for the coming academic year. If you are interested, please reach out to:

Jaime L. Curley, Ed.D.

Director of Special Education Services

Mashpee Public Schools


508.539.3600, Ext. 1505

School Psychologist/S.A.I.F. (Federally-Funded Position) (Salem, NH)

This is a district-wide position with a current focus at middle school.

Must be able to:

-work in a variety of team environments, and demonstrate strong interpersonal skills
-possess an understanding of child development across all ages
-administer and interpret a variety of psychoeducational assessment instruments
-be knowledgeable in intervention techniques to address student’s academic and social emotional development
-possess strong verbal and written communication skills
-demonstrate proficient computer skills

Learn more.

About Salem Public School District:

-Salem, New Hampshire has very good highway access and could be a reasonable commute for many Boston-area residents.

-As compared to other school district employers in New Hampshire, Salem has a competitive pay scale and health care plan. (An applicant could compare NH collective bargaining agreements at https://www.nh.gov/pelrb/collective/index.htm).

-The school district has 8 schools, and seeks to employ 6 School Psychologists (there are currently 5 of us).  In addition, the student enrollment at the schools is modest.  This allows us to participate in a variety of professional activities, and we do not function as simply “special education testers.” 

-My School Psychologist colleague group is a veteran group of professionals, some of whom have worked in this community for many years.  A new or early-career professional would receive as much support as needed, along with regular opportunities for collaboration. 

-Our inventory of assessment materials is (in my experience) above-average in our profession, and our administration has recently been generous as relates to spending on assessment materials. 

For more information, reach out to Joseph M. Mahoney, Ph.D., NCSP

School Psychologist, Salem School District

joseph.mahoney@sau57.org | 774-364-5946

High School Psychologist (Tyngsborough, MA)

Innovation Academy Charter School seeks a full-time High School Psychologist for the 2024-25 school year. Situated in Tyngsboro, MA (near the intersection of routes 3 and 495), IACS draws a diverse student body from neighboring districts, including Lowell, Dracut, and Chelmsford, as well as Tyngsboro. Our community represents 19 languages spoken, 38% students of color, 25% of students on special education plans, and a community of students and staff that identify as LGBTQ.

Philosophically, IACS seeks to serve all students within an academically rigorous and culturally responsive community of learners. Teachers at IACS collaborate to develop project-based courses that focus on the development of reading, writing, and oral communication skills, and the practical application of those skills both within and beyond the classroom.

We have a strong mentoring program for teachers new to the school and those new to teaching, including career changers. We welcome candidates who are committed to their own professional learning, open to feedback, and committed to collaboration. IACS is working hard to hire staff that represent the backgrounds and cultures of all of our students. Please note that the school has access to state grant funding designed to encourage diversity among our new hires with funds for relocation, loan repayment and tuition assistance. We strongly encourage candidates to celebrate their diversity and to inquire about the grant funded programs.


The High School Psychologist will play a vital role in supporting the social, emotional, and psychological well-being of our students in grades 9 to 12. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, have experience working with adolescents, and be committed to fostering a positive and inclusive learning environment.


Student Counseling and Support:

– Provide individual and group counseling sessions to students dealing with various emotional and behavioral issues, such as anxiety, depression, stress, and peer relationships.
– Collaborate with teachers, parents, and other school staff to develop and implement personalized intervention plans for students in need of additional support.
– Conduct assessments and evaluations to identify students’ psychological and emotional needs, and create appropriate intervention strategies.

Crisis Intervention:

– Be available to respond to critical incidents and emergencies involving students’ mental health and well-being.
– Assess and manage students in crisis situations, ensuring their safety, and liaising with appropriate parties, such as parents, school administrators, and external resources, as necessary.

Preventive Programs:

– Develop and implement preventive programs that address common psychological challenges faced by middle school students, such as bullying prevention, stress management, and conflict resolution.
– Conduct workshops and training sessions for students, parents, and staff on relevant topics related to mental health and emotional well-being.

Consultation and Collaboration:

– Consult with teachers and school personnel to offer guidance on classroom strategies that promote positive behavior and emotional development.
– Collaborate with school teams to support students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and 504 plans, ensuring their needs are met effectively.

Parental Support:

– Work closely with parents/guardians to provide guidance and resources related to their child’s emotional and behavioral development.

Data Collection and Reporting:

– Maintain accurate and confidential records of counseling sessions, assessments, and interventions.
– Provide regular reports to the school administration regarding trends, needs, and outcomes related to student mental health.


– Master’s or Doctoral degree in School Psychology or a related field.
– State licensure or certification as a School Psychologist.
– Experience working as a School Psychologist or counselor in a high school or similar educational setting is preferred.
– Strong knowledge of child and adolescent psychology, development, and mental health issues.
– Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively with students, parents, teachers, and school staff.
– Ability to maintain confidentiality and ensure the ethical practice of counseling.
– Proficiency in conducting assessments and utilizing various psychological tools.
– Flexibility and adaptability to meet the diverse needs of students and the school community.
– Understanding of educational laws, regulations, and procedures related to student support services.

Competitive Salary and Benefits

Master degree preferred.

Citizenship, residency or work visa required

Contact Information

Learn more here.

Paraprofessional (Medford, MA)

Medford Public Schools is seeking a paraprofessional. The application is for a general classroom para, but the specific assignment would be in the Therapeutic Learning Program at the Missituk Elementary School. If students apply and are interested, please contact Kathleen Kay at kkay@medford.k12.ma.us. For questions about the role you can contact Julia Murphy at juliamurphy@medford.k12.ma.us.

Job Description and Application can be found at this link here.

School Psychologist Long-Term Substitute (North Reading, MA)

North Reading High School is seeking a School Psychologist Long-Term Substitute to provide services to students for the first two months of the 2024-25 school year. This assignment is tentatively from September 3, 2024 through November 1, 2024.

North Reading Public Schools is actively looking to build a diverse workforce to ensure all students feel welcome, safe, and valued for who they are and supported to reach their potential. Learn more here.

Pay: $282. 86 / Day

Essential duties

  • Provide short term and ongoing counseling services to students who are struggling with social, emotional, and behavioral problems
  • Provide a full range of psychometric testing as part of the special education eligibility/service determination process for initial, re-evaluations, and other evaluations as necessary for students
  • Coordinate and complete all required paperwork as part of the IDEA team process (IEPs)
  • Collaborate regularly with teachers/counselors to stay current with student concerns
  • Communicate with parents regarding academic achievement and behavioral and counseling intervention(s) as needed
  • Assist students who exhibit school refusal, chronic absenteeism, or behavioral concerns which interfere with academic success
  • Lead group counseling sessions related to issues such as: grief, anxiety, depression, and social skills development
  • Serve as a member of the school’s Crisis Response Team
  • Serve as a member of the school’s Student Assistance Team
  • Attend identified students’ TEAM meetings or 504 meetings as needed
  • Collaborate/case manage with community agencies and outside professionals providing therapeutic services to assigned students
  • Assist with student safety assessments as needed
  • Work collaboratively with school administrators to promote school policies
  • Other duties as assigned by the Principal and/or Director of Student Support


  • Master’s Degree
  • Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) license as a School Psychologist
  • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills
  • Familiarity with relevant laws and regulations that govern public schools
  • At least three (3) years of relevant experience preferred
  • Citizenship, residency, or work visa required

Hiring School Psychologists (Southern Indiana)

Positions Available: School Psychologist or School Psychologist Intern

  • Responsibilities: Conduct assessments, provide counseling services, collaborate with educators and families, and contribute to creating inclusive and supportive learning environments.
  • Qualifications: Must hold or obtain a valid school psychologist license in Indiana and demonstrate a passion for supporting students with exceptional needs.
  • 191 day contract, salary based on experience and teacher salary schedule starting at $50,000+ (interns) depending on experience. Fringe benefits such as health insurance,
    dental, vision, life insurance, sick and personal days, and retirement benefits are included.
  • Apply here: https://dspcoop.k12.in.us/employment/
  • If you are interested in the above listed positions, and are or will be Indiana licensed, send your resume via email to pambell@dspcoop.org or click the link above to access our application.
  • For more information, please see the flyer below.