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The Rhythm Tree and Granite State Music Therapy are hiring

Job Title: Music Therapist, independent contractor, part-time with full-time potentialLocation: Southern, central, and Seacoast regions of New Hampshire

Description: Two well-established music therapy practices are seeking a qualified and enthusiastic music therapist to hire as soon as possible. The music therapist will provide music therapy services in homes, schools, and communities for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Therapy will be provided within the guidelines and standards of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA).

Qualifications: Minimum undergraduate degree in Music Therapy attained from an approved program by the AMTA in conjunction with being Board Certified. As an independent contractor you will need to provide your own professional liability insurance, instruments and reliable transportation.

This job may be for you if:

• You are passionate about working with individuals with developmental

disabilities

• Your experience and training is mostly with individuals with special needs

• You are comfortable working in private homes and working hand in hand

with families

• You are confident about your skills and can convey your expertise and

passion to others in a professional way

• You are open to feedback from others and enjoy expanding and improving

your therapy skills

• You have reliable transportation and are comfortable traveling to clients in

the southern, central and Seacoast regions of NH

• You enjoy working on your own, but appreciate having someone to

brainstorm ideas with

• You enjoy collaborating with other related professionals

• You are quick to communicate by email, text, and phone

This job is not for you if:

• You are not receptive to feedback

• You are not willing to travel to see clients

• You are not familiar with the Code of Ethics or do not agree with its

importance

• You are not flexible with scheduling

• You have plans of starting your own private practice

Pay: Base rate of $48.00 per hour

Email resume to Ryan at Ryan@TheRhythmTree.com and cc Elizabeth Ferguson at GraniteStateMusicTherapy@gmail.com

Part and Full time work in South Shore, North Shore, and Central Massachusetts

Are you passionate about music therapy and feel confident about your skills?  Are you interested in working with many different types of clients?

We are seeking music therapists with diverse skills and experience to join our dynamic team of community music therapists.  We have:

* Part-time developing to full-time hours are available in the North Shore

* Part-time hours are available in South Shore/Fall River area

* Part-time hours (possibly all on a Saturday) are available in Central Massachusetts (Springfield area).  

The positions include:

* Planning, organizing and leading goal driven music therapy sessions for groups and individuals with diverse skills, abilities, and needs in a variety of locations. * Documenting all music therapy sessions, client communications, and required periodic reports in our HIPAA Compliant electronic documentation system

* Collaborate with other members of treatment teams, including family members and staff when applicable

We offer a competative wage, paid training and supervision time,  mileage reimbursement for sessions, ongoing continuing education (including earning CBMT Credits through Roman Music Therapy Services), and working in a large team of music therapists.  

Check us out at:

http://romanmusictherapy.com/about/jobs

Contact Nicole at jobs@romanmusictherapy.com

Roman Music Therapy Services

333 North Ave. Wakefield, MA 01880

Telephone – 781-224-3300

MUSIC THERAPIST

Brookline Music School, a private, nonprofit community school for the arts, seeks a part-time music therapist to:

– provide music therapy sessions for clients with a range of needs; and

– teach piano to children with exceptionalities as part of BMS’s Piano for All Children program.

The successful applicant will have:

– current MT-BC status or pass the exam within three months of hire;

– experience with a broad range of clients, particularly children with ASD and other developmental needs;

– excellent clinical musicianship; and

– well-established piano technique and skills necessary to teach beginning piano to children with exceptionalities.

Schedule: This position is for a music therapist who is available to work at Brookline Music School’s Kennard Road location on Sundays, and ideally the flexibility to work other days as the position grows.

Brookline Music School offers competitive hourly compensation, regular supervision from an MT-BC, and ongoing opportunities for professional development. Please see www.bmsmusic.org for further information about the school.

To Apply: Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of references with email and telephone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. Applicants should be prepared to give a short musical proficiency demonstration using voice with piano and/or guitar. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately

Looking for a part-time PRIVATE MUSIC INSTRUCTOR!!! 🎶🎶🎶

Looking for a part-time PRIVATE MUSIC INSTRUCTOR!!! 🎶🎶🎶

You will be teaching voice/piano/guitar to students of all ages and skill levels in the Northern Westchester/Connecticut area.  Background in music therapy preferred. Must have a car.

Send inquiries and resumes to Info@creativemusiclessons.net

Capital Music Therapy Services, LLC

Hiring Announcement
Position Title: Clinical Music Therapist

Reports To: CEO

Summary of the Opportunity:

Capital Music Therapy Services, LLC (www.capitalmts.com) is a hard working, innovative, and fast-growing private practice located in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Our mission is to help all people reach their full potential with the amazing and transformative assistance of music therapy. Our team is passionate about achieving this mission and dedicated to offering world-class services to our local community. We are currently seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to join us. This position is full-time with benefits starting as soon as possible. The deadline for application submission is Friday, March 15th, 2017.
Summary of Responsibilities:

The clients on this caseload are a true mix. It is currently comprised of school-based IEP music therapy, clinic-based music therapy (primarily to children with various disabilities), community-based groups for typically developing children between the ages of 0-4, and older adults in assisted living facilities. This position requires the flexibility and eagerness to serve all people, especially those with disabilities. Not all people in our community have the ability to come see us in our clinic spaces. Therefore, applicants must be willing to drive all around the greater Washington D.C. metropolitan area as needed in our efforts to help all people access music therapy (although the bulk of this caseload is located in Northern Virginia). This position offers a unique opportunity to collaborate and work with a highly talented team of music therapists in a fast-paced environment. This position is also responsible for attending weekly meetings, clinical supervision, professional development, marketing events, and other duties as assigned.
Key Duties:

Manage all aspects of delivering exceptional services to a mixed caseload of home, clinic, and facility-based individual and group clients.

Develop and facilitate professional development training to our staff on a rotational basis.

Collaborate with team members on various research and development projects.

Collaborate with team members in program planning and service delivery.

Qualifications:

Applicant must be a current board-certified music therapist with reliable transportation and adequate automobile insurance. We are looking for an individual who is EXTREMELY passionate about music therapy! If you possess a strong passion for music therapy and are willing to make a significant contribution to an exciting and ever-growing music therapy team, then we would like to invite you take advantage of this opportunity and apply.
The $0 Cost of Being a Music Therapist Compensation and Benefits Plan: 

Our innovative $0 Cost of Being a Music Therapist Compensation and Benefits Plan aims to decrease the out-of-pocket expenses that most music therapists regularly incur to as close to $0 per year as possible. This way the compensation that our team members receive for their service and time is a true blessing of profitability as fruits for their labor. Details include:

$52,400/year in monetary compensation (base salary of $50,000/year + $200/month mileage reimbursement).

Health insurance after 90 days of employment

Up to 15 days of accrued paid time off per year

8 additional paid time off holidays per year:

New Year’s Day

Memorial Day (3 day weekend)

Independence Day

Labor Day (3 day weekend)

Thanksgiving Day & Friday

Christmas Eve & Day

Annual raise opportunity based on job performance

Provision of a personal instrument set plus access to the company collection

Weekly professional development meeting

Weekly clinical supervision

Access to the company’s expansive research and resource library (Over 4,000 full text articles and many books)

Deferred Compensation Available After 1st Year Anniversary:

Matching IRA contributions up to 3% of base salary

Paid registration and hotel for 1 music therapy conference per year

Paid CBMT fees and AMTA membership dues

Next Steps:

Interested applicants should email their resume along with a list of references to joshua.schrader@capitalmts.com and then fill out the online application form by clicking here.. Any additional questions can be directed to Josh Schrader at joshua.schrader@capitalmts.com or 301-785-3596.

Infinity Music Therapy Services: Staff Music Therapist  

We are looking for a creative and energetic board-certified music therapist to join our team! We are looking for a clinician who can work cohesively with the therapists on our treatment team as well as be confident in their clinical skills to work independently in the field. We are looking for an individual who has strong vocal and guitar skills, is able to accept and give feedback, and who is prompt to answer emails and phone calls. This position requires a minimum of a one year commitment.

Infinity’s Culture: We believe in a strong, unified team approach even when we are working independently in the field. Our team cheers each other on and we believe in sharing interventions, celebrating successes, and being supportive of each other during the most challenging of cases. We celebrate continuing education and self-care and we strive for opportunities to serve the public. We plan together, problem solve together, and keep each other accountable in engaging in self-care.  We run a job shadow program in the summer to help students decide if MT is the field for them, participate in quarterly service projects, and support each other in and out of the office. You will be an integral member of our team right from the start and we look forward to growing professionally with you!

Starting Date: Immediately but we are willing to wait for the right candidate!

Compensation: Competitive pay based upon experience. This position is paid hourly during a training period and then will move to a salaried position. You will be compensated for your travel time to and from your caseload as well as for your time commuting between clients. (you get paid to drive to and from work!) You will also be compensated for your planning and documentation time, team meetings, and practice time. Once salaried, you will be compensated even during client cancellations or inclement weather. We believe in financial stability for our staff!

Schedule: TBD, most likely Tuesday-Saturday. One weekend day will be required. Session times include daytime, afternoon, and evening hours. Applicants should be able to accommodate a somewhat flexible schedule to meet the needs of our clients. Approximately 20hrs/week growing to 40 hours. We expect this position to be full time within 6 months. Our therapists have some flexibility in scheduling clients and office hours.

Location: Our clinic is located in Southington. You will report to our clinic 1-2 times per week to attend staff meetings and work with our amazing clients. This position includes cases clustered in Fairfield and New Haven Counties. Cases are clustered together based upon location to minimize driving.

Populations: Infinity serves children and adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities, mental health disorders, neurological needs, and wellness needs. Applicants should have experience working with individuals diagnosed with Autism and Down Syndrome. Our therapists work in our clinic, in private homes, in schools, and in other facilities throughout Connecticut. This position requires travel.

Responsibilities: You will  design and implement group and individual music therapy sessions, music lessons, drum circles, and other sessions as needed. You will write assessment reports, goal reviews, and termination reports as well as complete a variety of general administration tasks such as completing time sheets, schedules, etc. You will attend weekly team meetings and participate in, and lead, team trainings, self-care sessions, and intervention swaps.  In addition, you will communicate with our families and contracts to ensure quality of services and set session schedules. Our entire team assists in marketing events as needed. Each of our therapists participate in individual and group supervision so we can grow clinically and musically together!

Materials Available: You will be provided with access to our extensive lending library including but not limited to: drums, sound shapes, maracas, egg shakers, desk bells, jingle bells, tambourines, scarves, parachutes, small toys, q-chord, ukuleles, guitars, keyboards, children’s books, music books, etc. You will have access to a laminator, computer, printer, and binding machine. Office supplies and cleaning supplies are provided. We also utilize a HIPAA compliant web program making client files available out in the field.

Benefits: We offer an extensive benefits package to all of our employees (full and part time).

  • Professional Liability Insurance

  • Extensive Lending Library includes books, instruments, and movement materials

  • Yearly Instrument Budget

  • Monthly Self-Care Workshops including a yearly spa day

  • Individual and Group Supervision

  • Health Insurance Reimbursement

  • Yearly CBMT Maintenance Fees

  • CMTE allowance

  • Paid Trainings (some eligible for CMTEs)- in the past we have done trainings on epilepsy, master drumming classes, etc.

  • CMTE Tracking Assistance-in case of an audit, we’re here to help!

  • Paid leave to attend one music therapy conference per year

  • Paid Time Off

  • Select Paid Holidays

  • Cell Phone (your clients will not call you on your day off!)

  • Access to Point Motion technology

  • Being a member of an amazing team!

This position is for you if:

  • You are passionate about working with individuals with special needs.

  • You have strong vocal and guitar skills.

  • You are a quick problem solver, are confident in your clinical skills and are able to modify your session in the moment to meet your client’s needs.

  • You are excited about getting and implementing feedback.

  • You are an open communicator.

  • You can communicate in English effectively.

  • You are prompt to return voice mails, texts, and emails.

  • You are organized.

  • You are able to work in a team and independently, as needed.

  • You are open to learning about new or less familiar populations.

  • You are comfortable teaching an adaptive music lesson.

This position is not for you if:

  • You are uncomfortable working with mental health populations.

  • You do not have reliable transportation or you are unwilling to commute to your clients.

  • You are interested in starting your own private practice.

  • You are unwilling to live in Connecticut.

  • You believe that you have nothing to learn from supervision.

  • You quickly give up when you have a difficult case.

  • The thought of writing a report freaks you out!

  • You are at a loss to think of interventions to work on speech goals, decreasing agitation, or academic skills.

If this position sounds like a good fit for you, send the following items to Jona Jeffcoat, MT-BC, Director of Services, at jona@infinitymusictherapy.com. Questions can be directed to that same email. You can also call us at (860) 518-5557 or visit us at www.infinitymusictherapy.com.

  • Cover letter including when you  would be available to start and why you think you would be a good fit for our team.

  • Resume including three references

  • Paragraph about what you expect from a music therapy supervisor

  • Sample session plan for an 8 year old with Autism with a focus on social communication skills and writing. Please include at least two goals with two objectives each.

  • Video of you preforming a song (vocals and guitar) that would be appropriate for children-on the video describe how you would implement it in a session.

  • Video of you  performing a current song (vocals and guitar)-on the video describe how you would implement it in a sessions.

  • Video of you performing an original song (accompaniment of your choosing)-describe how you would implement it in a session.

Music Blooms Music Therapy Hiring

MUSIC BLOOMS MUSIC THERAPY, LLC
Nurturing growth and health through music

Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC, based in Burlington, Vermont, is excited to announce a part time opening for a highly qualified board certified music therapist. We are looking for a dynamic clinician to join our motivated and dedicated clinical team. This currently open part time position will transition to a full time position with benefits within 6 mos.

The right person for this position will be:
-passionate about the profession of music therapy
-a skilled clinical musician with proficiency in voice, guitar and keyboard
-an energetic team player who is a strong communicator in person, on the phone and in writing
-flexible, dependable, responsible, organized and self-motivated
-in possession of a reliable vehicle and willing to drive to multiple sites within the work day
-willing to work in a variety of clinical settings including schools, homes, nursing homes and community settings
-current with MT-BC status, or ready to become board certified immediately upon hire

Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC, is an established music therapy practice that serves children and adults in a variety of settings throughout northwestern Vermont. Our practice has experienced rapid growth over the last few years increasing our client base and the populations served. There is excellent potential for continued growth and expansion of services through our practice. Adding the right person to our team is critical to our continued development. Our music therapy practice provides a supportive work environment which includes clinical supervision, continuing education opportunities, self care opportunities and competitive pay rates.

This position is not right for somebody who is:
-looking to start their own private practice
-unwilling to drive as part of their work day
-is not self-motivated and willing to work independently

February 10, 2017: Job Posting

Job Title: Board Certified Music Therapist
Hours: Part Time transitioning to Full Time
Salary: Hourly, based on experience
Private Practice: Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC

Location: Music Therapist will work in a variety of locations within northwestern Vermont. The practice is based in Burlington, Vermont. Burlington, Vermont was ranked #2 Among America’s 10 Great Places to Live by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance in 2013. In 2011, Burlington’s downtown was ranked # 3 on a list of national “Top Ten Downtowns” by Livability.com Magazine and a “Top Ten City” for Outdoor Recreation by Outside Magazine.

Population: Children and young adults with special needs, children in pediatric palliative care, well elderly and adults with Alzheimer’s/Dementia

Starting Date: Immediate

Description of position: Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC provides music therapy services to children and adults in a variety of settings including schools, homes, nursing homes and community settings. We are seeking to provide a supportive, team oriented work environment for a highly qualified clinician wishing to be part of a rapidly expanding and exciting private practice in northwestern Vermont. The chosen candidate will join a highly dedicated team working in diverse work environments who are active in promoting and advocating for the profession of music therapy throughout the region and state. Music therapists within the practice are required to design and implement group and individual music therapy sessions, write high quality reports and communicate with families, facilities and agencies to ensure quality of services and set session schedules. Some equipment is provided, along with clinical supervision and continuing education opportunities. Music therapists receive compensation for travel time, planning hours, marketing hours and supervision. A competitive pay rate with initial benefits will be offered and this position will transition to full time within six months.

To apply: Send PDF copies of letter of interest and resume to Jen DeBedout, MM, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist at musicblooms@gmail.com. Questions may be addressed to the same email.

Jennifer K. DeBedout, MM, MT-BC
Neurologic Music Therapist
Music Blooms Music Therapy
www.musicbloomsmusictherapy.com
802-310-9793

Music Blooms Music Therapy is Hiring!

Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC, based in Burlington, Vermont, is excited to announce a part time opening for a highly qualified board certified music therapist. We are looking for a dynamic clinician to join our motivated and dedicated clinical team. This currently open part time position will transition to a full time position with benefits within 6 mos. The right person for this position will be: -passionate about the profession of music therapy -a skilled clinical musician with proficiency in voice, guitar and keyboard -an energetic team player who is a strong communicator in person, on the phone and in writing -flexible, energetic, dependable, responsible, organized and self-motivated -in possession of a reliable vehicle and willing to drive to multiple sites within the work day -willing to work in a variety of clinical settings including schools, homes, nursing homes and community settings -current with MT-BC status, or ready to become board certified immediately upon hire Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC, is an established music therapy practice that serves children and adults in a variety of settings throughout northwestern Vermont. Our practice has experienced rapid growth over the last few years increasing our client base and the populations served. There is excellent potential for continued growth and expansion of services through our practice. Adding the right person to our team is critical to our continued development. Our music therapy practice provides a supportive work environment which includes clinical supervision, continuing education opportunities, self care opportunities and competitive pay rates. This position is not right for somebody who is: -looking to start their own private practice -unwilling to drive as part of their work day -is not self-motivated and willing to work independently MUSIC BLOOMS MUSIC THERAPY, LLC Nurturing growth and health through music February 9, 2017: Job Posting Job Title: Board Certified Music Therapist Hours: Part Time transitioning to Full Time Salary: Hourly, based on experience

Private Practice: Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC Location: Music Therapist will work in a variety of locations within northwestern Vermont. The practice is based in Burlington, Vermont. Burlington, Vermont was ranked #2 Among America’s 10 Great Places to Live by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance in 2013. In 2011, Burlington’s downtown was ranked # 3 on a list of national “Top Ten Downtowns” by Livability.com Magazine and a “Top Ten City” for Outdoor Recreation by Outside Magazine. Population: Children and young adults with special needs, children in pediatric palliative care, well elderly and adults with Alzheimer’s/Dementia Starting Date: Immediate Description of position: Music Blooms Music Therapy, LLC provides music therapy services to children and adults in a variety of settings including schools, homes, nursing homes and community settings. We are seeking to provide a supportive, team oriented work environment for a highly qualified clinician wishing to be part of a rapidly expanding and exciting private practice in northwestern Vermont. The chosen candidate will join a highly dedicated team working in diverse work environments who are active in promoting and advocating for the profession of music therapy throughout the region and state. Music therapists within the practice are required to design and implement group and individual music therapy sessions, write high quality reports and communicate with families, facilities and agencies to ensure quality of services and set session schedules. Some equipment is provided, along with clinical supervision and continuing education opportunities. Music therapists receive compensation for travel time, planning hours, marketing hours and supervision. A competitive pay rate with initial benefits will be offered and this position will transition to full time within six months.

To apply: Send PDF copies of letter of interest and resume to Jen DeBedout, MM, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist at musicblooms@gmail.com. Questions may be addressed to the same email.

CTMTS Hiring

Connecticut Music Therapy Services, LLC is happy to announce that we are looking to add a board certified music therapist to our clinical team! The start date of this position will be immediate. This is a new .5/half time position anticipated to move to a full time/benefits within 6 months.

This position is right for you if:
-You are passionate about working with children and adults with special needs, as well as with older adults within a relationship-centered, music-centered framework.
-You are a skilled clinical musician, strong in voice, guitar and piano
-You live in, or are willing to live in and travel within Connecticut
-You enjoy a variety of clientele and enjoy a variety of clinical settings- private homes, schools, clinic, nursing homes, community settings.
-You are flexible and willing to work afternoon/evening hours and potentially on Saturdays
-You are dependable, responsible and a team player.
-You hold current MT-BC status.

We are looking for a responsible and dynamic therapist to join our team, therefore this might not be the right position for you if you are looking to establish your own private practice right now, if you are not a good communicator via writing, email and phone, if you are not able to provide transportation between clients or willing to travel throughout your day or if you are not willing grow as a person or clinician.

Connecticut Music Therapy Services, LLC is an established private practice that serves children and adults with developmental and brain health needs in home, school, community, and nursing home settings throughout the state of Connecticut as well as in our Watertown and Fairfield offices.

We are seeking to provide an exciting and supportive work experience for a flexible, motivated, energetic, and talented clinician. Some equipment and instruments, clinical supervision and continuing education experiences will be provided. Along with a competitive pay rate, heath insurance and other additional benefits are available to our full time employees.

For more details, please see below for job posting and application details.

 

January 9, 2016: Job Posting

Job Title: Staff Music Therapist
Hours: .5 Part Time moving to Full Time
Salary: Hourly, based upon experience

Facility: Connecticut Music Therapy Services, LLC

City and State: Music Therapist will work in various settings in CT based on geography and availability.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in music therapy or its equivalent, MT-BC required. Clinical experience with individuals with special needs and older adults preferred. In addition to excellent musicianship, the successful candidate must possess excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and a strong desire to work with children and adults in a variety of settings. Reliable transportation and a working cell phone are required.

Population: Children and adults with special needs, well elderly, adults with Alzheimers/ Dementia.

Starting date: Immediate

Description of position: Connecticut Music Therapy Services, LLC is a private practice that serves children and adults with developmental and brain health needs in home, school, clinic, community, and nursing home settings in Connecticut. We are seeking to provide an exciting and supportive work experience for a motivated, energetic, and talented clinician. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to gain experience in a wide variety of settings with a fantastic group of clients. Some equipment and instruments, clinical supervision and continuing education experiences will be provided. Along with a competitive pay rate, heath insurance and other additional benefits are available to our full time employees.

To apply: Send PDF copies of letter of interest and resume to Jennifer Sokira, MMT, LCAT, MT-BC at jen@ctmusictherapy.com. Questions may be addressed to the same email.

2017-1-9 Job Posting

Pediatric music therapist 

December 13, 2016 

Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital

Child Life Department

Arts for Healing Program

 

Pediatric Music Therapist

Temporary per diem position

Approximately 15-20 hours per week

January – May 2017

 

As a member of the Child Life Department, the music therapist works with hospitalized infants through young adults and their families on medical units at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital.

 

The Music Therapist is responsible for developing, implementing, modifying and evaluating individual and group music therapy sessions to restore, maintain or improve cognitive, physical, emotional and social function of children. Candidates should be familiar with developmental music play, active music-making, improvisation, song-writing and recording, and music-assisted relaxation to meet the needs of hospitalized children.

The music therapist is a member of an interdisciplinary team of artists and creative therapists and regularly collaborates with other staff members and/or co-facilitates groups.

Please send a letter and resume by December 27, 2017 to:

Janice.Baker@ynhh.org