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North Carolina is supporting effective practices that promote the learning and well-being of our students.

These practices include state level installation of a Multi-Tiered System of Support,ensuring equitable accessto quality school mental health supports and services,and utilization of the WSCC modelas a framework forcommunity/educational collaboration to improve the health and academic outcomes of students.
We need more school psychologists to support this work!

Please click on the map to view school psychology position openings in regions of NC that are of interest to you.
Continue to visit the site, as updates are posted regularly!

Northwest Western Region Western Region Piedmont Triad Southwest North Central Sandhills Northeast Southeast

To add an open position in your region, please contact Amy McLemore at with the job title,
contact information, and a link to the posting or application.

Northeast (Region 1)

Bertie County Schools

School Psychologist - 10 or 11 month position
Contact: Mr. Jamie C. Liverman, Director of Exceptional Children
(252) 794 - 6058;
View job posting:
(Updated 5/31/2017)

Dare County Schools
School Psychologist position – 11 months
Contact: Dawn Edwards, EC Director
252-480-8888 X1926
Job posting and application:
(Updated 6/12/2017)

Gates County Schools

Gates County Schools is currently searching for a School Psychologist.
For additional information, please contact Chante Jordan - EC Director,
View full job posting here:
(updated 5/16/2017)

Perquimans County Schools - School Psychologist

If you are interested in this position, please contact:
Kanika Griffin, Director of Exception Children 252-426-5741 or
Department of Human Resources- 252-426-5741
Please click here to view the job posting:
(updated 5/15/2017)

Southeast (Region 2)

Greene County Public Schools -

School Psychologist-11 Months
Job Qualification-Must have a school psychology degree (M.A., Ed.S., CAS or Ph.D.) from an approved NASP, APA or NCATE program.
Must hold a valid license in school psychology.
Job Posting can be found at:
Directions to apply-go to
(Updated 8/10/2017)

New Hanover County Schools

New Hanover County Schools
Position: School Psychologist – 10 month
Contact: Dr. Mili Lal, Lead Psychologist - (910) 254-4454
View Job Posting:
(Updated 11/15/2017)

Onslow County Schools -

Onslow County Schools is currently accepting applications for:
  • Full-time School Psychologists (10 month)
  • Full Time School Psychologist Interns (10 month)

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Onslow County is a rapidly growing, dynamic and diverse coastal community
with a strong military population, located in eastern North Carolina. We are
approximately 30 miles north of Wilmington, approximately an hour southeast
of Greenville, and two hours east of Raleigh.

Our School Psychologist Team participates in a wide array of supports and
services to our students, staff and schools. Applicants must be knowledgeable
of current special education policies and best practices as well as possess a
strong background in assessment, consultation, problem solving teams, data
analysis and intervention implementation.
Interested applicants may contact
Christine Marro, Onslow County Schools Lead School Psychologist at

Positions: School Psychologist and School Psychologist Intern
Position Availability: Immediate
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: State Salary Scale plus local supplement
Requirements: NCDPI School Psychologist Licensure and a valid NC driver’s license
More Information: Please visit Onslow County Schools
(Updated 5/18/2017)

North Central (Region 3)

Chatham County Schools
School Psychologist (Full-Time)
Contact: Erin Berliner, Lead School (919) 542-6400
(updated 11/8/2017)

Franklin County Schools

Franklin County Schools has a position open for a school psychologist. For additional information, please click the link below to view the job posting.
(Updated 6/13/2017)

Person County Schools
Person County Schools is seeking two (2) full-time school psychologists.
Please view the job posting here.
Interested applicants should contact Jill McKenna at or 336-599-2191 ext 22132
(Updated 8/10/2017

Johnston County Schools

School Psychologist- 10 month position
Contact: Ashley Radford (919) 934-4361;

Sandhills (Region 4)

Robeson County Schools

The Public Schools of Robeson County announces several openings for wonderful EC opportunities:

  • 4 School Psychologists
  • D/HH Teacher
  • 5 Speech/Language Pathologists
  • Physical Therapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Visually Impaired Teacher
  • 3 Interpreters

The district is ideally nestled between the North Carolina coast and the Great Smoky Mountains!
Looking for highly qualified professionals who want to be part of a collaborative and growing team! Please contact:
Karen Jacobs, M. ED.
Program Director for Exceptional Children
(910)671-6000, Ext. 3363 (Office)
(910)373-3033 (Cell)
(910)521-8803 (Fax)

Hoke County Schools
Full-Time School Psychologists (11 months; 2 positions)
We are located in the Sandhills Region (approximately 30 minutes from Fayetteville) and have 14 schools (8 elementary, 3 middle,
1 high school, 1 early college, and 1 alternative school; along with a pre-K program) in the county.
Click the following link to apply for the position (
If you have any questions please contact Danielle Wilson, Lead School Psychologist, at
(Updated 10/11/2017)

Moore County Schools
Moore County Schools has an immediate opening for a Licensed School Psychologist or a School Psychology Intern.
Moore County is located in the Sandhills region of North Carolina, halfway between the mountains and the beach.
We have an excellent team of psychologists who work collaboratively, enjoy an expanded role, and have a ratio of approximately 1300 to 1.
Please contact Lucinda Dedmond, Assistant Director of Student Support Services
Apply here:
(Updated 1/17/2018)

Piedmont-Triad (Region 5)

Caswell County Schools

School Psychologist - Please click here to view the job posting:
If you are interested in this position, please contact:
Nelson Showalter, Director of Exception Children 336-694-4116 or
Department of Human Resources- 336-694-4116
(Updated 5/26/2017)

Davie County Schools

Position: Full-time School Psychologist with Davie County Schools
Description: School psychologists in the district typically serve three to four schools. This position has the opportunity to
work with a variety of age levels varying from preschool to high school. School psychologists in the district actively
participate in school problem solving teams with designing and monitoring interventions and interpreting data, assist with
training and implementing MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support), administer psychoeducational assessments, participate
in evaluation results meetings, develop and provide professional development, and consult with parents and teachers.
Davie County is located in the Piedmont Triad, just minutes west of Winston-Salem. A professional staff, community involvement,
and a focus on technology are key resources that prepare students to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Davie County
School’s twelve schools currently serve 6,479 students.
Apply Online at:
Letter of interest and resume to: Jennifer Custer, Director of Exceptional Children
(Update 8/28/2017)

Guilford County Schools

School Psychologist
Contact: Dr. Alexander V. Tabori, Director of Psychological Services, 336-370-8170
View full job postings here:
(Updated 6/14/2017)

Randolph County Schools

School Psychologist - 10 month position
Contact: Brooke Johnston, EC Director (336) 318-6060
View the job posting:
(Updated 8/28/2017)

Rockingham County Schools

School Psychologist: 11 Month Position – State Salary Schedule, Regular State Benefits
For additional information, you can view the full posting here
Click here to complete the online application
(Updated 11/15/2017)

Surry County Schools

Position: School Psychologist – 10 month
Contact: Dr. Emily Summey (336) 386-8215
Salary Range: State Salary Scale plus local supplement
View Job Posting:
(Updated 10/11/2017)

Southwest (Region 6)

Iredell-Stateville Schools

School Psychologist Position - 10 month position
Contact - Rhonda McClenahan, EC Director
(704) 973-9432,
job posting:
(Updated 6/13/2017)

Cabarrus County Schools
School Psychologist – 10 months
Contact: Amy Lowder, Psychological Services Coordinator: 704-262-6142
Job Posting Link:
(Updated 11/16/2017)

Gaston County Schools
School Psychologist – 10 months

We are looking for school psychologists who are interested in providing more comprehensive school psychological services
as we broaden our roles in Gaston County!
Job Posting:

Contact: Jennifer Case
(Updated 2/22/2018)

Rowan-Salisbury Schools

School Psychologist - 10 month position
Click here for the full description
Please contact: Betsy Pless, Lead School Psychologist (704) 636-7500
(Updated 6/26/2017)

Union County Public Schools

Union County image.jpgUnion County Public Schools is currently accepting applications for:
          • Full-time School Psychologists (10 month)
          • Part-time School Psychologists (10 month)

Union County was formed in 1842 from Anson and Mecklenburg counties. ... It is in the south central section of the state
and is bounded by the state of South Carolina and Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Stanly, and Anson counties. Located only a
few hours away from the mountains and beaches, Union County is a desirable place to live and work.

We have a wonderful group of 25+ School Psychologists who play an active role in the learning and behavioral/emotional
health of all students. The majority of full-time school psychologists in UCPS serve two schools. Those interested may
contact Amy Kafitz, Lead School Psychologist for Union County Public Schools, at

Please click here to view full and part-time job postings:
(Updated: 11/16/2017)

Northwest (Region 7)
Burke County Public Schools
Full Time, 10 month School Psychologist
For additional information:
Contact: Heather Jennings, Lead Psychologist at
or Debbie Jennings, EC Director at

Burke County Public Schools offers a great opportunity for school psychologist who would like to practice
within an expanded role. The role includes working at the building and district level to implement and support
MTSS, development and implementation of social skills programs, leading professional development across
disciplines throughout the county, opportunities to participate on the Autism Team, and development and
implementation of crisis prevention and intervention. The school psychologist team works closely and participates
in monthly consultation and collaboration. Burke County is located an hour north of Charlotte, an hour south of
Boone, and about 45 minutes from Asheville. The city of Morganton, NC is quickly growing and offers many
recreational activities.
(Updated: 11/15/2017)

Caldwell County Schools - School Psychologist – 10 month
Contact: Dara Barnes, Lead School Psychologist or (828) 292-0816
Qualification: Must have a school psychology degree (M.A., Ed.S. or Ph.D.) from an approved NASP,
APA or NCATE program. Must hold a valid license in school psychology.

Current Team:School psychology team moving towards expansion in order to provide more comprehensive
and meaningful services to students with emphasis on growth within the new practice standards. The school
psychologists are school based, but with regular team meetings to share knowledge, generate ideas, staff
cases and promote professional growth. The role is ever dynamic with all elementary, middle and K-8 schools
in some level of MTSS development and practice.

Job Description
  • Participation in MTSS to assist with the analysis of data, development of intervention plans and progress monitoring (academic and behavior)
  • Comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations with interpretation of results at IEP meetings.
  • Collaboration and consultation with school staff, parents and community agencies
  • Assistance with development and implementation of FBA/BIPs
  • Direct services to students through individual/group counseling, academic consultation and progress monitoring
  • Opportunities to work with diverse student populations including preschool, alternative schools and day treatment
(updated 11/15/2017)

Catawba County Schools - School Psychologist – 10 month

Inquiries: Amy Wilson, Director of Exceptional Children, or Dean King, Lead School Psychologist
System information: Catawba County Schools is nestled in the foothills of the North Carolina mountains
within a one hour drive of Asheville, Charlotte, and Winston-Salem. Our MTSS task force, which includes
members of our school psychology team, is currently leading school based teams at the elementary level
in the implementation of research-based intervention practices. We are looking for excited and knowledgeable
individuals who can help our teachers grow in their understanding as they provide better services for their students.
(Updated 8/9/2017)

Western (Region 8)

Haywood County Schools - School Psychologist – 10 month

Haywood County Schools has a full-time, 10 month School Psychologist position available for the 2018-2019 school year!
Come work with a strong team of school psychologists in a supportive school system! Haywood County is located in the
Smoky Mountains and is 30 minutes from Asheville.
For more information:
Contact: Brandi Stephenson, EC Director
(Updated 10/11/2017)

Jackson County Public Schools - School Psychologist – 10 month

School Psychologist – 10 months
Qualifications: NC School Psychologist License Required
Job Description: Work with students, families, and educators to identify educational needs. Evaluate, collect, analyze,
and interpret program evaluation data. Assess students’ cognitive abilities using a variety of instruments and techniques.
Provide direct services to Individuals when appropriate (i.e. counseling, crisis interventions). Practice in ways that meet
all appropriate ethical, professional, and legal standards. Apply federal, state, and local policies and regulations in the
delivery of school psychological services. Maintain confidentiality of student records and information. Ensure all
Exceptional Children student records meet local and federal mandates of IDEA. Other duties assigned by Director of
Student Support Services.
For more information, contact Kelly Doppke, Student Support Services Director at
Apply at:


To add an open position in this region, please contact Amy McLemore at with the job title, contact information, and a link to the posting or application