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Santiago Christian School is a richly diverse, private, English-language, international Christian school located in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Consistent with our mission to form personas íntegras who reflect Jesus in character, wisdom, and influence, we recruit called and qualified professionals who demonstrate a personal passion for growing in spiritual maturity, pursuing professional development, and fostering a school-wide community of grace. SCS serves Dominican families, missionary families, and the international business community, so to teach at SCS is to live out our motto: Shaping the Lives of Those who will Shape the Nation.

Job opportunities for the 2023-2024 school year are listed below.  If you are interested in joining the Santiago Christian School family as an educator, please send an email with a cover letter and resume (including license information) to



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School Psychologist

April 17, 2023
By Human Resources

SCS seeks an experienced school psychologist who plays a key role in helping the school carry out its mission to form personas íntegras, who reflect Jesus in character, wisdom, and influence.  The School Psychologist is responsible for supporting and equipping students to succeed academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. This may include assessment of referrals, collaboration with teachers, monitoring students, one-on-one counseling and/or referrals to outside professionals as needed. Candidates must have a degree in school psychology or clinical psychology, as well as evidence of an evangelical Christian faith commitment. Successful candidates are bilingual (English and Spanish) with excellent relational skills. A master’s degree and previous experience as a school psychologist preferred.

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