Elementary School Psychologist Salary in the United States

How much does an Elementary School Psychologist make in the United States? The average Elementary School Psychologist salary in the United States is $55,836 as of October 30, 2019, but the salary range typically falls between $44,901 and $65,915. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, Salary.com helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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$44,901 to $65,915
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Job Openings for Elementary School Psychologist
HumanEdge - Poulsbo , Washington
Elementary-age population * Will be working at one school * Degree in SCHOOL Psychology * State or National School Psychology certification or the ability to obtain * Must have excellent ...
Allied Health - 8 days ago
ProCare Therapy - Pleasant Hill , CA
The position is based at an elementary school and starts full-time in the fall of 2019. Position ... California Psychologist License School Psychologist Job Description: As a school psychologist, you ...
Procare Therapy - 2 days ago
ProCare Therapy - Soquel , CA
Most of the students in the Psychologist will be servicing are in Elementary school. The psychologist is needed to conduct evaluations on special education students to assess their skills. This ...
Procare Therapy - 2 days ago
ProCare Therapy - Gold Beach , OR
Contract position Caseload: 2 elementary locations The hired school psychologist must have a Master's in School Psychology, Oregon certification, Proper TSPC Licensure with School Psychologist ...
Procare Therapy - 6 days ago
ProCare Therapy - Honeyville , UT
This position provides evaluation support for an elementary caseload alongside a supportive district staff. Interested consultants must have their Utah School Psychologist License and experience ...
Procare Therapy - 2 days ago
ProCare Therapy - Glen Carbon , IL
School Psychologist job in Glen Carbon, IL ProCare Therapy is working with a school district near ... Prek - Elementary; maybe 2 buildings * Must have PEL * 40 minutes from St.Louis, Missouri ...
Procare Therapy - 8 days ago
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