Licensed Psychologist

St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Employment Type: Full-Time Direct Hire Category: Intake/Assessment, Program Manager, Psychologist Job Number: 5892

Job Description

A leading non-profit organization is seeking a Licensed School Psychologist to lead the literacy partnership program and perform comprehensive diagnostic evaluations in high-priority neighborhoods. The successful candidate will help launch, develop, and maintain the program. Responsibilities include working with the school to identify students needing assessments, completing the assessment, sharing results with parents, and working with the school to ensure appropriate interventions and implementation.

  • Unlock your potential: Join a passionate team dedicated to supporting and making a social impact with high-priority students and schools.
  • Invest in yourself: $125,000 annual salary (dependent on experience and qualifications), and opportunities for professional development. If you have student debt, you’ll have the opportunity to qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. The PSLF offers student forgiveness on qualifying loans under specific conditions. Speak with your loan provider for more information.
  • Comprehensive benefits: Enjoy medical insurance, dental insurance, 403b, HSA, FSA, life insurance, long-term disability, and short-term disability.
  • Make a difference: Contribute to improving educational outcomes for a brighter future.
  • Financial assistance for relocation where applicable.
  • Doctorate degree in the field of Psychology required.
  • Psychologist licensed by their state board. Minnesota-licensed psychologists preferred but will consider dynamic out-of-state licensed psychologist willing to obtain Minnesota licensure.
  • Background in educational psychology and/or NCSP certification preferred.
  • Previous work experience with a full range of psychoeducational assessment tools, including cognitive testing, academic achievement testing, and social/emotional/behavioral rating scales required.
  • Experienced in working with students with learning disabilities, attention disorders, and emotional and/or behavioral disorders required.
  • Experience and knowledge of SPED and 504-Accommodations/ADA laws preferred.

Join a vibrant community where students, families, faculty, and staff are engaged with a sense of belonging, sharing, and support, and differences and successes are celebrated.

If you are interested in further information, please email an updated copy of your resume and a good time to contact you to


Job Requirements

assessment, testing, dyslexia, evaluation

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Daniel Fries

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