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SCHOOL PSYCH-10 MO (18-19)

Job Opening ID1009168

Posting Date2018-07-10

Post Closing Date2018-12-31

LocationAdministration Bldg.

School Psychologists in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) serve a diverse student population in a variety of school settings (traditional, Montessori, language immersion, IB, charter, magnet).Typically, psychologists either serve on the centralized evaluation team or they have a school based assignment. MPS Psychologists also have opportunities to pursue other non-traditional roles or assignments, such as positions with the Violence Prevention program.Our 150 school psychologists offer direct services at the prevention, intervention, and supportive levels to both regular education and special education students. Numerous professional development and collaboration opportunities are provided. Competitive salary and benefits packages, including tuition reimbursement and paid conference fees, are also provided to MPS psychologists

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Working at MPS

Benefits Summary

This summary of benefits is intended to provide with an overview of the various benefits available to employees of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and is a companion piece to the MPS Employee Handbook effective July 1, 2013. This summary is periodically updated.

Employee Wellness

MPS supports the well-being of our employees. Staff enjoy perks such as gym membership reimbursement, on site group classes & a variety of meaningful education.

Hiring Process

Apply online by visiting our job openings page. If you have questions regarding our online application or the hiring process, please contact Talent Management. Milwaukee Public Schools does not discriminate in its programs, activities, facilities, employment, or educational opportunities on the basis of a person's sex, race, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or disability.

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