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School Psychologist at The Columbus Organization

School Psychologist

The Columbus Organization Baltimore, MD (On Site) Full-Time
$67,000 - $77,000/Year
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School Psychologist Opportunity
Baltimore, MD

Great Job-Great People-Great Pay

The Columbus Organization is expanding its team of school psychologists in Baltimore, MD. Full-time opportunity for the current 2022-23 school year and for the next 2023-24 school year. Interviews are now being scheduled, and we invite you to join our exceptional team who are making a difference in the lives of Baltimore children.

Columbus offers an excellent annual salary plus a complete benefits package which includes:

  • Cigna Medical/Dental/Prescription Insurance
  • Reimbursement for Licensure/Certification
  • Vision Care
  • Continuing Education Allowance
  • Life Insurance with Buy-Up Option
  • Phone/Travel Stipends
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Short/Long Term Disability
  • Generous Time Off
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Accident/Hospital/Cancer Plans
  • 401k Retirement Savings Plan
  • Health Advocacy Program


  • Degree in School Psychology
  • The candidate must be licensed in the state of Maryland or eligible for licensure.
  • Certified in School psychology by MSDE or certificate eligible in Maryland.
  • Excellent writing skills, assessment skills, and training in counseling students ages 5 to 21.
  • School psychologists are expected to be competent and comfortable, with consultation and collaboration with teachers and administrators.

The Columbus Organization
“Because Everyone Deserves A Meaningful Life”

Role and Responsibilities:
Provides a wide range of psychological services within City Schools. Consults with school staff, conducts formal school psychological evaluations of students for educational planning and placement as part of the IEP process, behavior management planning, and consultation with, or referral to, available resources in City Schools and the community. Provides program consultation, counseling, and intervention for students, and consultation with parents and staff. Provides services within the classroom setting to assist with prevention, intervention, and increase student achievement. Provide in-service training for teaching staff in areas of expertise related to school psychology. 

Recommended Skills

  • Assessments
  • Behavioral Health
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Counseling Techniques
  • Data Collection
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