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Phoenix, AZ
Music Therapist
Phoenix, AZ
Green-Larkin
Phoenix, AZ
Music Therapist
  • Abides by and demonstrates the company’s Mission, Vision, and Values through both behavior and job performance on a day-to-day basis
  • Inform and educate patients and family members on the use of music therapy techniques to support healthy coping and normal growth and development
  • Responsible for development of professional music therapy practice
  • Provide music therapy services to Allina Hospice patients and families in accordance with the hospice philosophy and standards of Music Therapy clinical practice
  • Supports special music-related events (visiting artists, concerts, workshops etc.)
  • Documents in a manner that is reflective of music therapy interventions, painting the picture of patient status, cares given, and effectiveness of the plan of care
  • Provide music therapy services to hospice patients and families in accordance with the hospice philosophy and within the standards of Music Therapy clinical practice and Code of Ethics set by the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and the Certification Board of Music Therapy (CBMT
Houston, TX
Music Therapist, PRN Temporary
Houston, TX
Gutkowski, Miller and Schneider
Houston, TX
Music Therapist, PRN Temporary
  • Serves as clinical and educational resource for the hospital units and professional community regarding music therapy practice
  • Maintains confidentiality of patients, families, staff, and hospital respecting patients' rights and dignity
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Maintains the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature. Shares information only when the recipient’s right to access is clearly established and the sharing of such information is clearly in the best interest of the person served
  • Collects and documents items necessary for the organization to complete a thorough and effective program evaluation and program improvement
  • Develops, teaches, and assesses the plan of treatment
  • Provides treatment progress and status documentation in accordance with the Plan of Treatment
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Philadelphia, PA
Senior Music Therapist
Philadelphia, PA
Auer, Pollich and Buckridge
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Philadelphia, PA
Senior Music Therapist
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  • Provides input to Manager on performance of staff
  • Acts a liaison with students in music therapy programs to coordinate services provided to children and families
  • Evaluates and recommends changes in processes and procedures related to music therapy
  • Acts as an expert resource for staff to resolve issues and answer questions related to music therapy
  • Program development
  • Provide education to internal agency staff, Allina, and the community regarding the role of music therapy in hospice care
  • Design, evaluate and implement individual and group music therapy and/or music related activities in cooperation with the administrative staff, using effective strategies for academic and behavioral success
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy
Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy
University of Memphis
Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy
Skills Skills
  • Ability to coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner
  • Ability to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate music activities to the age of the patients served
  • Knowledge and good practice of universal precautions, including hand hygiene
  • Ability to quickly make sense of, combine and organize information into meaningful patterns
  • Knowledge of human behavior and performance including individual differences in ability, personality, and interests
  • Demonstrates the ability to provide accurate and timely assessments for patients at all levels of functioning which reflects the whole person
  • Knowledge of the important components of medical records documentation that reflect patient/family reactions and evidence of progress or regression
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work as part of interdisciplinary team
  • Knowledge of pediatric age-appropriate treatment and practice
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide music therapy services to Allina Hospice patients and families in accordance with the hospice philosophy and standards of Music Therapy clinical practice
  • Effective communication to team members, patients/families
  • Responsible to educate internal agency staff, Allina, and the community regarding Hospice and music therapy
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Senior Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Acts as an expert resource for staff to resolve issues and answer questions related to music therapy
  • Evaluates and recommends changes in processes and procedures related to music therapy
  • Orients and trains new employees and encourages continuing education of current employees. Educates staff on the complex needs of patients. Trains staff on policies and procedures and computer use. Monitors and documents the progress of orientation and ongoing training. Provides feedback. Assists Manager in developing learning plans
  • Provides input to Manager on performance of staff
  • Monitors own practice and that of other music therapists and adapts as needed to meet quality standards in music therapy and meet principles of child and family centered care
  • Acts a liaison with students in music therapy programs to coordinate services provided to children and families
  • Demonstrates ability to provide care or service adjusting approaches to reflect developmental level and cultural differences of population served
  • One-year recent work experience with pediatric clients
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Four years of experience as a professional music therapist, under the supervision of a licensed Occupational Therapist, licensed Physical Therapist or certified Activity Therapist, which included the responsibility for clients’ assessments and the planning, implementation and evaluation of clients’ music therapy treatment in a mental health or developmental disability setting may be substituted for the required education. Experience assisting in these responsibilities will not be accepted as qualifying experience
  • Candidates may substitute U.S. Armed Forces military service experience as a non-commissioned officer in Therapy classification or Therapy specialty codes in the Music Therapy field of work on a year-for-year basis for the required education
  • Employees in this classification may be required to successfully complete cardiopulmonary resuscitation training and maintain current certification
  • Employees in positions at facilities with a swimming pool may be required to obtain Red Cross instruction and certification in Life Saving and Water Safety
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Designs, implements, and evaluates music therapy interventions to address the biopsychosocial needs of hospitalized patients and families as appropriate, under the Scope of Practice of the Certification Board for Music Therapists, and documents in the Electronic Medical Record
  • Serves as clinical and educational resource for the hospital units and professional community regarding music therapy practice
  • Adheres to general expectations for all employees in order that the program functions in an effective manner to meet the treatment needs of patients
  • Assists and participates in research as needed, working with teams to develop research topics and protocols, conducting research, gathering results, and assisting in articles for submission
  • Assists Music Therapy Department as needed to develop and evaluate music therapy programs and initiatives
  • One year of experience providing music therapy services is required
  • Consideration will be made for time spent in practicum or internship providing music therapy services
  • Should possess excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and musical skills
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works in collaboration with the Child/Adolescent Program staff as well as unit staff to provide group and individualized treatment and support to patients in mental health units
  • Provides group and individualized, holistic intervention to patients
  • Program development
  • Communication
  • Euipment and resource management
  • Addresses such issues as pain control, feeling identification and expression (eg: fear, anxiety), coping skills and problem solving
  • Provides staff education as needed, and will develop the program on an ongoing basis
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree in Music Therapy
  • Hospital experience in Hematology/Oncology and adult care preferred
  • INTERESTED CANDIDATES: Apply via UM Job site: www.mploy.org For further information, contact the UM Cancer Center Director of Patient/Family Support Services at (734)615-4012
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • CPR certification preferred unless otherwise required by hospital policy
  • Certified and/or Licensed as defined by applicable Professional Organization and/or state requirements
  • Successfully completed a Bachelor¿s degree or higher from an accredited program in music therapy
  • Ability to speak, read, write, and communicate effectively
  • Ability to coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner
  • Ability to work independently without constant supervision
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Recreation / Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Possess a degree in Recreation or Music Therapy from an accredited college or university
  • Have current professional certification (CTRS or MT-BC Certification) or eligible to obtain certification in 6 months of hire
  • Previous experience working with older adults and/or individuals with mental health issues
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Abides by and demonstrates the company’s Mission, Vision, and Values through both behavior and job performance on a day-to-day basis
  • Assesses needs and administers direct music therapy treatments in order to provide habilitative and rehabilitative services
  • Performs a thorough evaluation, assessing the needs of the person receiving services, and sets measurable objectives that are formulated in conjunction with the rehabilitation team
  • Plans and organizes music therapeutic activities in accordance with patients' needs, capabilities, and interests
  • Observes and evaluates patients' reactions to various experiences and prepares reports documenting therapeutic changes
  • As a member of the treatment team, participates in the formulation of interdisciplinary treatment plans
  • Provides training to the person receiving services, and as appropriate, all others involved in that person’s rehabilitation. Analyzes and documents the result of any training
  • Adjusts treatment to achieve maximum results
  • Applies professional knowledge and skills in accordance with accepted standards of clinical practice, to facilitate problem resolutions, and thereby the achievement of individualized goals and outcomes for the person served
  • Reports progress to the rehabilitation staff, person receiving services, and family members
  • Observes, documents, and reports changes in the condition of the person served to the clinical coordinator/designee, attending physician, and other treatment team members as appropriate
  • Provides treatment progress and status documentation in accordance with the Plan of Treatment
  • Maintains and submits documentation in the format and timelines required by the Company, facility, local, state and federal regulations
  • Attends case conference and family educational meetings
  • Develops, teaches, and assesses the plan of treatment
  • Guides the rehabilitation specialist in fulfillment of the plan
  • Uses appropriate methods and tools in all teaching and training activities, including those associated with discharge
  • Collects and documents items necessary for the organization to complete a thorough and effective program evaluation and program improvement
  • Maintains the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature. Shares information only when the recipient’s right to access is clearly established and the sharing of such information is clearly in the best interest of the person served
  • Adheres to and participates in Company’s mandatory HIPAA privacy program / practices and Business Ethics and Compliance programs / practices
  • Reviews and adheres to all Company policies and procedures
  • Attends, participates in, and/or conduct internal staff development programs, obtains continuing education as required by company policy and regulations
  • Maintains and enhances clinical practice skills
  • Performs other duties as assigned in response to the person serviced, office, and/or program needs
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Music Therapist, PRN Temporary Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains confidentiality of patients, families, staff, and hospital respecting patients' rights and dignity
  • Coordinates music therapy observation experiences, writes reports, and collaborates on other projects as needed
  • Three years of experience providing music therapy services, including direct patient work in a hospital or healthcare setting, is preferred
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience in volunteering or interning
  • 1 year of experience in music therapy
  • Experience in a medical and pediatric population environment
  • Ability to work as part of interdisciplinary team
  • Knowledge of pediatric age-appropriate treatment and practice
  • Demonstrates the ability to provide accurate and timely assessments for patients at all levels of functioning which reflects the whole person
  • Demonstrates the ability to create therapeutic goals as part of the interdisciplinary team appropriate for patients' medical, rehabilitative and/or palliative care
  • Demonstrates the ability to plan and deliver therapeutic treatment to ensure the most rapid patient recovery possible, utilizing a variety of evidenced-based music therapy techniques
  • Completes necessary documentation in a clear, concise, and timely manner in such a way that meets documentation standards and includes goals understandable to anyone who reads them
  • Comprehends and incorporates interdisciplinary goals and ideas into documentation
  • Documents family involvement in planning and implementation of treatment plans
  • Provides supervision to music therapy students, musician volunteers, and music community partners
  • Participates in programming duties of music therapy for area of care, including music therapy equipment acquisition/maintenance, Foundation Relations, music therapy research, and education for staff regarding benefits of music therapy
  • Conducts therapeutic intervention via music therapy
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Music Therapist Levine Children s Hospital PRN Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates therapy interventions to contribute to a developmentally appropriate plan of care
  • Collaborates and communicates in a positive manner with multidisciplinary teams to facilitate attainment of identified patient, family and healthcare team goals of care
  • Contributes to the effectiveness of the therapy program by promoting and ensuring the delivery of therapy services, maintaining and building own skills in profession of art/music
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Recreation / Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Music/instrument skills preferred
  • Must be currently licensed/registered in applicable State. Must maintain an active Recreational Therapist license in good standing throughout employment
  • Prior experience with geriatrics preferred
  • Must be able to plan, develop, organize, implement, and evaluate quality activity programs (includes entertainment, exercise, relaxation, and education)
  • Must be able to make daily rounds to ensure activities team is performing to standards and patient needs are being met
  • Must be able to appropriately and descriptively chart patient progress and behavior
  • Must be able to escort patients to and from activities
  • Must be able to make regular in-room visits to patients uninterested or unable to participate in group activities
  • Must be able to effectively manage and operate within budget
  • Must exhibit excellent customer service and a positive attitude towards patients
  • Must be able to assist in the evacuation of patients
  • Must demonstrate dependable, regular attendance
  • Must be able to concentrate and use reasoning skills and good judgment
  • Must be able to communicate and function productively on an interdisciplinary team
  • Must be able to sit, stand, bend, lift, push, pull, stoop, walk, reach, and move intermittently during working hours
  • Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • To provide patients and their families with a safe environment in which to improve their quality of life through the use of music
  • Populations served include all ages. The music therapist must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate music activities to the age of the patients served
  • Offer patients and their families the opportunity to engage with music in the Cancer Center, and other departments in MGH as determined by program manager for expressive therapies
  • Provide individual music therapy sessions in the units described above, which include a brief introduction to the therapeutic aims of the music therapy
  • Provide group music therapy sessions in the units described above
  • Maintain appropriate charting records and periodic reports on patient progress within EPIC, after patients have engaged with the music therapist
  • Responsible for alleviating and/or communicating to additional staff, any patient concerns, comments, or symptoms that may arise during an individual or group music therapy session
  • Maintain the proper storage for music therapy tools, as well as continually evaluate and monitor the physical condition of the instruments
  • Adheres to the code of ethics and standards of practice as set forth by the American Music Therapy Association and the Certification Board for Music Therapists, maintaining patient confidentiality and sensitivity to all issues encountered with patients
  • Collaborate with Berklee College of Music’s Music Therapy Program and provide supervision for music therapy students and/or interns
  • Communicate with Program Manager for Expressive Therapies about any and all program specific needs, thoughts or concerns, clinical scheduling, self-care plan, professional development opportunities or other supervisory questions
  • The capacity to understand the patient’s needs and situation and to present information about music therapy clearly and appropriately
  • Knowledge of music therapy theory, techniques and practices
  • An understanding, knowledge, and experience of working with a variety of music therapy techniques
  • Ability to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate music activities to the age of the patients served
  • Demonstration of a professional and caring approach with cancer patients in all phases of illness and treatment
  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work with a diverse population
  • Knowledge and good practice of universal precautions, including hand hygiene
  • Follows established procedures and policies related to the care of oncology patients
  • Maintains patient confidentiality
  • Adheres to the code of ethics and standards of practice as set forth by the American Music Therapy Association and the Certification Board for Music Therapy, maintaining patient confidentiality and sensitivity to all issues encountered with patients
  • Must possess the ability to provide and to create for patients and their families, a safe environment, in which to effect change and growth on a personal level, through the use of music
  • The ability to design and implement music activities, which have the potential to serve as a diversional activity during treatment, alleviate or reduce stress, and promote positive emotions and attitudes
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitates music therapy interventions and activities that are age and developmentally appropriate. Implements music therapy assessment and treatment interventions for pediatric patients and families. Facilitates music therapy groups and one-on-one interventions. Builds rapport and trust as part of patients’ and families’ therapeutic support system
  • Provides siblings with opportunities to express their emotions and concerns
  • Supports special music-related events (visiting artists, concerts, workshops etc.)
  • Assists in managing patient generate materials for Development/Donor Relations teams (i.e. song recordings, pictures, video, program data, and clinical stories)
  • Conducts music therapy presentations (in-services within UCSF and to general public). Provides support for special events
  • Communicates all pertinent information learned through interaction with patients to health care team. Attends pertinent multi-disciplinary rounds and patient care conferences. Documents and reports clearly and concisely, maintaining consistent records in charting system
  • Assists with development of workshops, special events, bedside sessions, and music groups for patient-generated works (Primarily patient recorded songs). Engages in HIPAA best practices for consenting patients/ families to release patient generated materials (Stanford Children’s Health Consent Form)
  • Works at establishing a good rapport and professional working relationship with all inter/intra departmental personnel. Conducts in-service training to other disciplines within Stanford Children’s Health
  • Educates others on the use of music therapy and its role in the therapeutic process to promote healing and enhance coping skills
  • Fosters strong community and donor relationships in support of Music Therapy Program
  • Trains and supervises weekly volunteers
  • Maintains music supplies
  • Ability to come up with creative ideas and activities
  • Ability to communicate effectively--orally, verbally, and in writing
  • Ability to communicate information and ideas so that others understand, listen to and understand information and ideas presented and write so that others understand
  • Ability to conduct sessions to improve patients’ mental and/or physical well-being
  • Ability to develop treatment plan to meet needs of patient/family, based on needs assessment, patient interests and objectives of therapy
  • Ability to quickly make sense of, combine and organize information into meaningful patterns
  • Ability to teach others how to express feelings and concerns through a variety of music modalities
  • Ability to use the Microsoft Office Suite of software applications
  • Knowledge of a wide variety of creative and expressive activities that are age and developmentally appropriate
  • Knowledge of human behavior and performance including individual differences in ability, personality, and interests
  • Knowledge of individual and group behavior and dynamics and methods to encourage communication
  • Knowledge of the important components of medical records documentation that reflect patient/family reactions and evidence of progress or regression
  • Skill in active listening, communicating in writing effectively based on needs of person/group and talking to others to communicate effectively
  • Skill in adjusting actions appropriately in relation to others reactions
  • Skill in assessing the performance of oneself and/or others to make improvements or take corrective action
  • Skill in critical thinking and in identifying alternative solutions or approaches
  • Skill in perceptiveness-being aware of others reactions and understanding why they react the way they do
  • Skill in selecting and using methods and procedures appropriate for the situation
  • Skill in talking to others to convey information effectively
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Select tasks which support the treatment goals as stated in the treatment plan
  • Use assessment tools to establish treatment goals and plans. Ensure all programs conducted meet the required standards of the Center and the AMTA Code of Ethics
  • Assess, organize, and conduct both individual and small group music therapy sessions which include treatment goals in the following areas
  • Behavioral: music aided relaxation, impulse management, reduction of isolative behaviors
  • Affect: expression of emotions
  • Sensory: reduction of physical/muscle tension, anxiety and/or numbness
  • Cognitive: reduction of learned helplessness, irrational negative self-talk
  • Communication: speaking with clarity, volume, confidence and assertiveness
  • Conduct ongoing evaluations of therapy results and modify, redirect, adjust, and augment treatment plans
  • Bachelor's Degree in Music Therapy or Music with an equivalency in music therapy with approved curriculum by the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)
  • Completion of an AMTA-approved clinical internship
  • Board Certification in Music Therapy
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide music therapy services to hospice patients and families in accordance with the hospice philosophy and within the standards of Music Therapy clinical practice and Code of Ethics set by the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and the Certification Board of Music Therapy (CBMT
  • Documents in a manner that is reflective of music therapy interventions, painting the picture of patient status, cares given, and effectiveness of the plan of care
  • Communicate effectively with team members, patients/families
  • Provide education to internal agency staff, Allina, and the community regarding the role of music therapy in hospice care
  • Leadership
  • Practices and demonstrates knowledge of current policies, procedures, and requirements
  • Responsible for development of professional music therapy practice
  • Assumes responsibility for meeting own education requirements set by CBMT in order to maintain certification
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Certified Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assesses patient functioning levels, strengths, and areas of need in terms of sensorimotor, social/emotional, communicative, cognitive, and musical domains
  • Establishes appropriate individualized goals and objectives based on the clinical needs of each patient
  • Conducts music therapy sessions providing guided self-expression experiences to help patients recover from or cope with cognitive, communicative, emotional, or physical impairments
  • Provides support to patients and families before, during, and after non-sedative medical procedures and/or surgeries using music therapy and music psychotherapy counseling techniques
  • Attend unit rounds to communicate patient assessment findings & recommendations with multi-disciplinary team to improve patient outcomes and develop, coordinate, or integrate treatment plans
  • Observe and document patient reactions, progress, or other outcomes related to music therapy
  • Responsible for addressing a variety of developmental and psychosocial needs of children and adolescents in the hospital environment
  • Integrate behavioral, developmental, improvisational, medical, or neurological approaches into music therapy treatments
  • Clearly articulates and promotes the role of the therapist and appropriately introduces services to patients, families, and healthcare professionals respectively
  • Effectively engages with patients and families in both individual one-to-one bedside sessions and group music therapy sessions to build rapport and acknowledge their progress
  • Maintains and ensures cleanliness and organization of work area, musical instruments, and other equipment
  • Membership and active participation within AMTA are recommended
  • Pediatric experience preferred
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Basic knowledge in physiology and childhood development
  • Knowledge of procedures, illnesses, injuries, and other related events on an inpatient unit
  • Ability to play ukulele, hand drums, and autoharp
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to provide appropriate care to the age of the patients served on their assigned unit
  • Effective interpersonal skills to negotiate for cooperation and encourage collaboration with superiors, peers, physicians, and staff
  • Flexibility to respond to departments’ needs and varying schedules
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Maintains confidentiality of sensitive information
  • Displays a professional image and models service excellence
  • Considerable experience in dealing effectively with people in stressful situations
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Music Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design, evaluate and implement individual and group music therapy and/or music related activities in cooperation with the administrative staff, using effective strategies for academic and behavioral success
  • Maintain positive communication in a professional demeanor with parents/guardians, administration, and colleagues regarding student progress and concerns as needed. Maintains documentation of all contacts
  • Provide leadership for curricular related special events, performing groups, and programs that support student-life and promote a positive school experience
  • Follow behavioral protocols/assignments for all students when leading music activities for students Utilize classroom time and non-classroom time in an appropriate professional manner
  • Participate in classroom team meetings, multidisciplinary team meetings, and student rounds to support and enhance student programming through music
  • Participate and contribute to staff trainings in a professional and collegial manner
  • Participate in state and district wide assessment programs as needed
  • Provide direction, in cooperation with the classroom teacher and administrative staff, to all paraprofessionals assigned to assist in music classes
  • Assist with supporting the school mission and goals in a positive and professional manner with a student centered school culture and climate as designed by the administration as specified in school and KKI policies and procedures
  • Implement technology in delivery of music activities in order to support students’ academic and behavioral needs
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Music Therapist, Child Life, Days Resume Examples & Samples

  • Previous and/or current experience working with infants, children, and/or adolescents
  • BLS CPR Certification within 30 days of hire or transfer into position
  • Board Certified Music Therapist or eligibility. Application for certification to be completed within one year of hire and each year thereafter until certification is obtained
  • Bachelor's degree in Music Therapy from an American Music Therapy Association approved University
  • Ability to positively interact with children and families. Excellent customer service and communication skills. Ability to prioritize and complete duties in a timely and organized manner. Ability to work in collaboration and in positive manner with others. Ability to perform duties independently. Perform work according to CHOC policies and procedures, professional standards of care, and applicable laws. Ability to set goals and judge results in accordance with the highest standards. Care with sensitivity and respect. Advance care through the development of new ideas and technology. Promote teamwork to achieve CHOC's mission. Understand and exceed customer expectations. Ability to accurately assess developmental needs of patients, establish a plan of care, evaluate effectiveness of interventions. Understanding of counseling principles and practices. Effective written and verbal skills