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Please contact Michelle Robertson-Shephard to post positions available. You are welcome to call/text regarding postings at 407.801.2430. Information submitted by Florida public school districts is posted without a fee. All postings will remain as submitted by default for a maximum of six months.

Florida's Districts
View a current overview of openings in Florida's Districts

Alachua County
Charlotte County
Clay County
Flagler County
Gilchrist County
Hillsborough County
Indian River County
Lee County
Miami-Dade County
Osceola County

Pinellas County
St. Lucie County
Sumter County
olusia County

University of Central Florida

Alachua County
Alachua County Public Schools (ACPS) has two openings for full-time school psychologists (7.5-hour day, 196-day contract), effective immediately.

ACPS school psychologists provide a wide range of services including psychoeducational evaluations, consultation, crisis intervention, and counseling support. Salaries are based on degree and years of experience, with a psychologist supplement provided in addition to the regular pay scale. Summer contract work is available.

Please contact Dr. Donald Reed ([email protected] or 352-955-7676 x1661) for additional information. Interested applicants should complete the online application:

Located in North Central Florida, Alachua County serves Gainesville and its surrounding communities. Located within two hours of Tampa, Orlando, and Jacksonville, our combination of college-town vitality and protected natural beauty makes us one of a kind - a place “where nature and culture meet.”
(Posted 4/2/23)

Charlotte County
The School District of Charlotte County has several School Psychologist positions open for the 2023-2024 school year.  School Psychologists are an integral part of comprehensive student support services and teacher support teams, actively participating within the MTSS framework and on the district's threat assessment teams.  The School District of Charlotte County is a small/medium school district on the Southwest coast of Florida, encompassing the Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, and Englewood areas.  

Due to the small size of the district and the recent increase in staff allocations, Charlotte County Schools offers a unique opportunity for School Psychologists to engage in a wide variety of supports/services for our students, which range from crisis intervention, consultation, data analysis, psychoeducational evaluations, FBA/BIPs, individual/small group counseling, etc..., while serving no more than two schools. School Psychologists also have the opportunity to earn Play Therapy certification if they so choose.  Experience with and knowledge of MTSS is preferred.  Salaries start at $62,995 for a 204-day contract with an additional stipend of $4,080 for an Ed.S. or equivalent degree. 

Required minimum qualification: Ed.S. or equivalent (Masters +60) in School Psychology and a valid Florida Certification in School Psychology.  For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within The School District of Charlotte County, contact Rebecca Marazon, NCSP, at 941.255.0808 (choose option 3).  Or at [email protected].

Application Link: https://charlotteschools.ted.peopleadmin.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2251
(Posted 4/18/2023)

Clay County

Clay County District Schools has openings for full-time twelve month (240 day) and ten month (196 day) school psychologist positions, effective immediately.

Clay County is located in Northeast Florida where we still have some of the seasons.  Our county includes the St. Johns River and several lakes, so many water activities are available. We are close to several beaches, the closest being about 23 miles away.  Our county also includes Gold Head Branch State Park.  Visitors to the park can enjoy hiking and wildlife viewing along the park's nature trails and a 5.44-mile stretch of the Florida National Scenic Trail.

Clay County, ranked one of the top 5 school districts in Florida, is a rapidly growing, moderate-sized district with both urban and rural schools.  School psychologists in Clay provide a wide range of services, including psychoeducational evaluations, MTSS consultation, FBA/PBSP, crisis intervention, and some short-term counseling support. Salaries are based on years of experience, with a degree supplement provided in addition to the regular pay scale.  

Required minimum qualification: Ed. S. or equivalent (Masters +60) in School Psychology and a valid Florida Department of Education Certification in School Psychology, or the eligibility to obtain one.  For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within Clay County District Schools contact Juliane McQuaig, District Lead School Psychologist at 904.336.6927 or 904.336.6895 or Laura Fogarty, Director of Climate and Culture at 904.336.6513.
(Posted 6/13/2023)

Flagler County
Flagler County Schools currently has several openings for the School Psychologist position for the 2023-2024 school year. Salaries range from $49,226.00 to $79,713.00, with an annual advanced degree supplement available for eligible applicants.   Benefits are paid consistent with the District’s approved compensation plan. Flagler County is located in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of Florida. Flagler County Public Schools enroll approximately 13,000 students and are a model for other districts in the state due to the recognition for its technology-infused learning spaces and innovative programs for students.

Required minimum qualifications include a master's or specialist degree in School Psychology and certification by the State of Florida as a School Psychologist.

Be part of our team and ensure educational success through high expectations and innovative thinking in a safe learning environment to empower students to reach their full potential as responsible, ethical, and productive citizens in a diverse and changing world.  Every day is an adventure in Palm Coast.  Flagler County has 19 miles of pristine beaches, more than 125 miles of trails for biking and hiking, premier golf courses with oceanside links that play directly on the Atlantic Coastline, horseback riding on the beach, and swimming with dolphins.

Come and further your career with Flagler Schools and be part of our team.  Qualified and interested applicants should complete an online application at www.flaglerschools.com/employment.  Click, view, and apply for jobs.  

For more information, please contact lead school psychologist, Shoshanah Mercado at [email protected].
(Posted 7/3/2023)

Gilchrist County
Gilchrist County School District currently has one opening (10 month) for a School Psychologist position for the 2023-2024 school year. Salary ranges from $51,145.00 to $64,404.00.  There is also a $2,700.00 supplement. 

Required minimum qualifications include a master's degree from an accredited educational institution. Certification covering school psychology; or, State license as a Psychologist.

BENEFITS AVAILABLE: Health Insurance; Dental & Vision; ST Disability Insurance; LT Disability Insurance; Life Insurance; Paid Sick/Personal Leave; Florida Retirement System; Direct Deposit; Optional Tax-Sheltered Annuities; AFLAC; and more. 

How to Apply: Complete a Gilchrist County School District employment application online at www.gilchristschools.org under Employment. If you have any questions please feel free to call  352.463.3153.
(Posted 7/16/2023)


Hillsborough County
Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) currently has several openings for full-time school psychologists (8-hour day, 205-day contract), effective immediately. School psychologists in the district provide services such as consultation, psychoeducational evaluations, individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention. Typically, school psychologists are assigned to one or two schools. Professional development opportunities are a priority since the Psychological Services department is an approved provider of Florida DOH CEs for license renewal, credits for NCSP renewal, and inservice credits for DOE certificate renewal. 

Salaries begin at $50,713 for a Master's degree/$52,287 for an Educational Specialist's degree/$53,845 for a Doctorate degree. Starting salaries increase with verified previous years of experience as a school psychologist. Additional financial opportunities are available as bonuses (sign-on bonus of $2000; retention bonus of $3,000; incentives for working in Achievement Schools or Renaissance Schools), for Saturday work, and for summer contracted work (typically 100-120 hours). Benefits are plenty in number and include a Coverage First Local medical plan from Humana, which has no biweekly premium for employees!

Hillsborough County is situated within the Tampa Bay area, with nearby world-class beaches on the Gulf Coast, professional and semi-professional sporting events, seasonal festivals, and a variety of family-friendly activities.

Interested applicants should complete an online application at:  https://www.hillsboroughschools.org/domain/2498

For more information, please contact Anne Townsend, Supervisor of Psychological Services, at [email protected] or 813.273.7095.

Indian River County
The School District of Indian River County currently has one 10-month (196 days) school psychologist position available. The SDIRC offers a competitive salary, benefits, and degree supplements (School Psychologist-Pro/Tech 196 days). We are located approximately halfway down the east coast of Florida. Centrally located 75 miles south of the Kennedy Space Center and 135 miles north of Miami, our 543 square miles contain beautiful beaches, immaculate ocean, and riverfront communities, and endless groves of renowned Indian River oranges and grapefruits. Our district has 13 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 2 high schools, one alternative education center, one career and adult education center, one exceptional student education school, and 5 charter schools.  

Come join our collaborative, innovative, and supportive group of school psychologists who are supported by a Program Specialist for Psychological Services and Director of Student Services who are both trained school psychologists. School psychologists are school-based with an average of two schools per person. We offer regular professional development, regular team meetings, and an opportunity for additional clinical supervision at no additional cost. Required minimum qualifications include a master’s degree in School Psychology from an accredited educational institution (Specialist or higher degree in School Psychology or related field preferred) and a valid Florida Certification or licensure in School Psychology and/or licensure as a Psychologist. 

Qualified and interested candidates should apply at: 
https://www.indianriverschools.org/directory/jobs (Job portal-Professional/Technical). For other questions, please contact Traci McGough, Program Specialist for Psychological Services at 772.564.5906 or [email protected].
(Posted 5/23/2023)

Lee County
The School District of Lee County has several openings for full-time School Psychologists for the current school year. Although the school district is large, the psychology team is a cohesive, collaborative, and proactive group, working together in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) and district leaders on problem-solving teams, data analysis, behavioral and mental health, and threat assessment teams.

The School District of Lee County is a large school district on the Southwest Florida coast and includes Fort Myers/Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, and Lehigh Acres. In addition to beautiful, white sand beaches and warm gulf waters, the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins call Fort Myers home for Spring Training. The Fort Myers Downtown River District regularly hosts Art and Music Walks and there are Farmers Markets throughout the area. 

Required minimum qualification: Ed. S. or equivalent in School Psychology and valid Florida Certification in School Psychology. The salary for 196-day contracts, including school psychology supplement and specialist degree supplement, is $64,792.50. There are also supplements available for NCSP and Florida license. 

For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within The School District of Lee County, contact Amy Clark, Ed.S., Director of Psychological and Social Work Services at 239.335.1485 or at [email protected]

You may submit an application at  https://apply.leeschools.net 

Job posting ID: School Psychologist 20232946
(Posted 8/14/2023)

Miami-Dade County

Exceptional Student Education announces immediate part-time and full-time openings for school psychologists. Applicants must have experience working with children and possess either a current certificate in school psychology from the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) or be licensed as a psychologist through the Florida Department of Health. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, and résumé to Kelli Hunter Sheppard at [email protected].
(Posted 3/15/2023)

Osceola County

The School District of Osceola County is hiring for the 2023-2024 School Year.  Our school psychologists work a 10-month contract, which will begin August 3, 2023.  These positions are part of Student Services and include a weekly office day with advanced degree supplements.

School Psychologists evaluate students referred for gifted or exceptional education (and assist in the planning and development of programs) to enable children to attain maximum achievement and adjustment in the school environment. They also conduct other activities related to student success such as the development of interventions, consultations, counseling, giving presentations, and serving as members of the district's crisis team.

The School District of Osceola County is located in the southern part of Central Florida, offering suburban living while remaining close to Orlando’s metropolitan way of life. 

Positions can be found online at www.osceolaschools.net > Jobs > Employment > Support Staff Jobs. 

Contact Cara Walls, Supervisor of Psychological Services, for more info:[email protected]
Posted 5/31/2023)

Pinellas County

Pinellas County Schools is currently hiring school psychologists for the 2023-2024 school year. Open positions are full-time 10 month (198 days) and 7.5 hours per day. Salary supplements are available for the highest degree earned and for the level of certification – including a supplement specifically for your NCSP. A half-hour daily additional duty pay option (8-hour work day) is available to all psychologists. Extended contracts (11.5 month – 235 days) can be applied for internally as they become available. 

The base salary for a 10-month school psychologist holding their Ed.S. (or equivalent) and NCSP choosing to work the 8-hour day option is approximately $62,307 with benefits and increases for years of experience.

We are a NASP-Approved CPD provider and have Q-Interactive available for each of our school psychologists. No school psychologist is assigned to more than 2 traditional schools, and a majority have a single traditional school assignment (an average of 1.2 traditional schools per school psychologist). Our ratio of school psychologist to students is approximately 1:1000.

Come join an established and growing team where you can utilize your skills across a full range of comprehensive service delivery! Interested applicants can contact Michael Cowley for additional information ([email protected] | 727.588.6047) or simply follow the link below and apply today!

(Posted 7/16/2023)

St. Lucie County
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) is looking for school psychologists to join our dynamic team! We currently have multiple openings for full-time (11-month, instructional contract) school psychologists. SLPS school psychologists are integral parts of their school teams and provide a wide range of prevention, intervention, and consultative services. Interested applicants can apply here. For more information, please refer to the job description or contact Dr. Michelle Gillard, Coordinator of Mental Health & Psychological/Social Services, at [email protected].
(Posted 5/23/2023)

Sumter County
Sumter County School District has one full time (8 hours per day) School Psychologist position available for the 2023-2024 school year. The salary range for a 10-month (198 days) contract is $56,284 - $70,000 depending on years of experience. A 12-month position may be possible as well. The required minimum qualification for this position is an Ed.S. or equivalent (Masters +60) in School Psychology and a valid Florida Certification in School Psychology.  

Sumter County is a small, rural district located in Central Florida, about an hour north of Tampa and approximately the same distance northwest of Orlando. The county is home to the largest retirement community in the world, The Villages. While The Villages is quite populated and appears quite suburban, much of the remainder of the county is rural in nature. Sumter County School District Psychologists serve nine schools in total, with each psychologist assigned to 3 schools. Because we are a small district we work closely together and collaborate often. We would love for you to join our team!

For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within the School District of Sumter County, please contact Kathy Dustin at [email protected] or call 352.793.2315 Ext. 50266. 

Volusia County
Volusia County Schools is hiring School Psychologists for the 23-24 school year! Our positions are 11-month (216 days). Salaries are competitive, with a degree and psychologist supplement provided in addition to the regular pay scale. 

Located on Florida’s beautiful east coast, Volusia County offers something for everyone! School psychologists in Volusia County Schools enjoy working in an innovative, professional, proactive, and collaborative department. As valued team members, school psychologists have opportunities to engage in district and school initiatives that include problem solving, consultation, leadership, the provision of behavioral and mental health supports, and data analysis. Our school psychologists have opportunities to engage in all activities within the field while working within an Integrated Student Services model.

Required minimum qualification: Ed. S. or equivalent (Masters +60) in School Psychology and a valid Florida Certification in School Psychology. 

Please visit our School Psychology webpage for more information about our department at https://www.vcsedu.org/school-psychological-services.

To visit the employment section of the VCS website and/or to begin the application process, please go to https://www.vcsedu.org/employment.

For more information about school psychology employment opportunities within Volusia County, contact James Barringer, Ed.S., NCSP, Coordinator School Psychological Services at 386.734.7190, ext. 20757 or at [email protected]
(Posted 4/14/2023)

University of Central Florida - Lecturer, School Psychology
The Department of Counselor Education and School Psychology in the College of Community Innovation and Education (CCIE) invites applications for a full-time, 9-month, non-tenure earning lecturer position in the School Psychology Program, anticipated to begin Fall 2024. This position is located on the Orlando main campus and summer teaching may be available.  Additional details and to apply by December 1st.
(Posted 8/14/2023)