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Hello NER-AMTA Music Therapist,
Are you interested in being part of the search for the new AMTA Executive Director?
Join the Stakeholder Committee and work together to contribute to a membership survey regarding the desired characteristics of a new Executive Director as well as other tasks outlined by the executive search firm Raffa, Inc.
To ensure membership representation, the Regional Presidents have all been asked to submit one nominee to represent their region, to be part of the Stakeholder Committee.
The key role of the Stakeholder Committee Representative is to ensure communication with the membership of the regions regarding the process of the search for the Executive Director.
If you would like to be considered for the Stakeholder Committee representative position, please include TWO items: 1) a 50 word biography, required from AMTA 2) a statement of interest. Please send to email@example.com.
All submissions are due 4/4/18.
The NER Extended Board Appointment Process
1) Candidates submit their statement of interest to the NER-AMTA President.
2) The President will review the pool of candidates for each position and select the person that is best suited for the position.
3) The President will then present the name of the nominee to the NER-AMTA Executive Board, along with their statement of interest.
4) The NER-AMTA Executive Board will then vote to affirm the President’s choice for the appointment. If affirmed, the nominee selected is confirmed to the committee/position. If the candidate is not affirmed, the President will again review the pool of candidates and/or continue a search for the person best suited for the position and resubmit a name to the NER-AMTA Board for their approval.
Job Title: Staff Music Therapist
Hours: Part time growing into full time
Salary: Hourly, based on experience
Facility: Progressions Music Therapy Services (Eastern Connecticut) www.progressionsmusictherapy.com
Qualifications: MT-BC must be obtained before start date.
Population: Children and adolescents with autism and other developmental disabilities, dementia, mental health, substance abuse, adaptive music lessons, brain injury, others
Starting date: Immediate
Description of position: Growing private practice seeks a motivated, energetic, and independent music therapist to conduct group and individual sessions with a wide variety of populations. Allowances for continuing education, supervision, supplies, and instrument purchases are available. This position includes driving to sites throughout Eastern Connecticut as well as holding sessions at our clinic in Old Mystic. Candidates will need a dependable form of transportation and auto insurance.
The event will be held Saturday April 7th from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The location is 921 Boylston street, The LOFT (3rd floor), Boston, MA, 02215. It’s an open mic night and bake sale! All are welcome; students, new professionals, professionals and the general public. The funds raised will be used for student conference scholarships. The sign up sheet and other additional information can be found on the NER-AMTAS Facebook page.
Madonna Hall Resident Assistant
Anna Maria College
Class of 2019
NER-AMTA 2018 Conference Program:
(Please click here for the Songbook Agreement)
This year’s conference will feature a brand new
fundraiser: a collection of songs written by
our own New England Region members.
Contribute a song(s) that you would like to share with others.
You can e-mail them written on manuscript
or share the sound file to Erin Boardman
@ firstname.lastname@example.org by April 7th.
Along with your song, please indicate what population
the song would best be used as well as
the purpose of the song.
The songbook will then be organized and bound and copies will
be available for purchase at the conference.
As always, all of the proceeds from the
sale of the books will go toward
the NER’s Membership Support Program.
If you have any questions, please contact Dory Stapleton
Get in on the fun.
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