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Hillcroft Services, Inc.

 

Hillcroft Services, Inc.

Muncie, Indiana

 

Position Available: Board Certified Music Therapist

 

Start Date: July 2018

 

Full Time; Hourly Position: Caseload with benefits (401K, medical, paid holidays, PTO), as well as mileage reimbursement and financial assistance for continuing education credits, conference, and professional affiliations. Flexible work week includes Monday through Friday, with some weekend/ evening events.

 

Requirements: -Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy

-MT-BC credentials

-Excellent organizational and time management skills

-Ability to work within a professional team setting, participate in community outreach services/ events

-Reliable transportation

 

Are you looking to for a place to make a difference in the lives of individuals? Do you want to enjoy coming to work every day?   Are you looking for a supportive environment to work with therapists and grow professionally? Hillcroft Services, Inc. in Muncie, Indiana is looking to hire a full-time music therapist with July 2018 start dates!

 

Hillcroft Services, Inc. provides residential, employment, and community support services to individuals with disabilities in several counties in East Central Indiana. The mission of Hillcroft is: ‘To provide innovative services and supports for People with disabilities and their families; resulting in extraordinary differences in People’s lives.’ Hillcroft is focused on creating a culture of strong values, understanding the importance of ethical behavior, and maintaining high quality services to the people we serve.”

 

Hillcroft Services, Inc. is a non-profit organization offering services to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities through the Medicaid Waiver program. Due to an influx in referrals, we are currently seeking Board-Certified Music Therapists to work with individuals and groups of all ages, diagnosis and abilities! Therapist must have reliable transportation, albeit majority of services are facility based. Instruments and other materials are provided. Therapist is expected to complete adequate documentation in a timely fashion and work with client centered teams and other therapists/ professionals. All planning and documentation is completed electronically. Hillcroft Services, Inc. offers a multitude of opportunities to grow professionally, participate in community outreach programs, engage in direct paid supervision, trainings and self-care, as well as collaboration with other music therapists and professionals!

 

Please contact Anna Wamhoff, MT-BC (Music Therapy Services Coordinator and Neurologic Music Therapist) at awamhoff@hillcroft.org, and visit our website at hillcroft.org to learn more and apply online!

Chair, Department of Creative Arts Therapies

Chair, Department of Creative Arts Therapies

Georgia College & State University seeks applications for the position of Chair of the Department of Creative Arts Therapies/ College of Health Sciences (COHS).

Georgia College, the state’s designated Public Liberal Arts University, combines the educational experience expected at esteemed private liberal arts colleges with the affordability of public higher education. A total of 6,652 undergraduate and graduate students in four colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Sciences, the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business, and the John H. Lounsbury College of Education with a faculty of more than 300, are the heart of academic and student life. In addition to the courses offered on the Milledgeville campus, Georgia College offers selected graduate online degree, post master’s certificate and doctoral programs and selected undergraduate courses online delivered through either synchronous or asynchronous or hybrid format throughout the year.

The Creative Arts Therapies Department (CAT) offers the following academic degree programs; Bachelors of Music Therapy (BMT), Masters of Music Therapy (MMT), Masters Equivalency Program in Music Therapy, and a Master of Arts in Art Therapy. Additionally the CAT Department offers a very popular Creative Arts Therapies Minor Program which includes foci in Music Therapy, Art Therapy, or Movement Therapy.  The Music Therapy Programs have long held and sustained American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) Program Approval under the umbrella National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) program accreditation. The Department has 5.5 full-time, permanent Music Therapy and Art Therapy faculty and 1 full-time staff member as well as several Music faculty on the GC main campus. Four part-time faculty currently teach some didactic courses and assist with clinical supervision of students. Current enrollment of majors in the Department are 68 full-time BMT students, 12 MMT students, and 9 MA-Art Therapy students. The MMT program is offered fully online using state of the art synchronous and asynchronous delivery methods.  The Department provides Music Therapy services to external clients and community consumers through its instructional Clinic Services.

The Chair serves as the chief academic and administrative leader of the Department of Creative Arts Therapies and oversees recruitment of a diverse and talented faculty, staff and students. The Chair works closely with Program/ Clinical Coordinators and with the Music Therapy Clinic Coordinator to ensure excellence in all aspects of the School’s didactic and clinical programs and initiatives.  The Chair is expected to maintain the Department’s current national accreditations which are supportive state practice licensures. The Chair reports directly to the Dean of the College of Health Sciences and serves as an integral member of the COHS Administrative Leadership Team. The Chair also serves on the COHS Administrative Council and the Dean’s Expanded Leadership Council. The College of Health Sciences, enrolls approximately 1,605 students (1,391 Undergraduate and 214 Graduate). The College houses the School of Nursing, the School of Health & Human Performance, the Department of Creative Arts Therapies, and the Division of Health Services.

Initial screening of applications will begin at time of posting and will continue until an appointment is made.  For best consideration, materials should be provided by March 01, 2018.  Application materials should include a letter addressing how the candidate’s experiences match the position requirements, current vitae, and contact information for at least 3 references.  Submission of materials as PDF attachments is strongly encouraged.

For more detailed position description and to submit application materials, please visit:

https://www.gcsujobs.com/postings/5406

Georgia College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution committed to cultural, racial, and ethnic communities. We promote equal employment opportunities regardless of race, religion, color, gender, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. It is expected that successful candidates share these commitments.  

Chair, Department of Creative Arts Therapies

Chair, Department of Creative Arts Therapies

Georgia College & State University seeks applications for the position of Chair of the Department of Creative Arts Therapies/ College of Health Sciences (COHS).

Georgia College, the state’s designated Public Liberal Arts University, combines the educational experience expected at esteemed private liberal arts colleges with the affordability of public higher education. A total of 6,652 undergraduate and graduate students in four colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Sciences, the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business, and the John H. Lounsbury College of Education with a faculty of more than 300, are the heart of academic and student life. In addition to the courses offered on the Milledgeville campus, Georgia College offers selected graduate online degree, post master’s certificate and doctoral programs and selected undergraduate courses online delivered through either synchronous or asynchronous or hybrid format throughout the year.

The Creative Arts Therapies Department (CAT) offers the following academic degree programs; Bachelors of Music Therapy (BMT), Masters of Music Therapy (MMT), Masters Equivalency Program in Music Therapy, and a Master of Arts in Art Therapy. Additionally the CAT Department offers a very popular Creative Arts Therapies Minor Program which includes foci in Music Therapy, Art Therapy, or Movement Therapy.  The Music Therapy Programs have long held and sustained American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) Program Approval under the umbrella National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) program accreditation. The Department has 5.5 full-time, permanent Music Therapy and Art Therapy faculty and 1 full-time staff member as well as several Music faculty on the GC main campus. Four part-time faculty currently teach some didactic courses and assist with clinical supervision of students. Current enrollment of majors in the Department are 68 full-time BMT students, 12 MMT students, and 9 MA-Art Therapy students. The MMT program is offered fully online using state of the art synchronous and asynchronous delivery methods.  The Department provides Music Therapy services to external clients and community consumers through its instructional Clinic Services.

The Chair serves as the chief academic and administrative leader of the Department of Creative Arts Therapies and oversees recruitment of a diverse and talented faculty, staff and students. The Chair works closely with Program/ Clinical Coordinators and with the Music Therapy Clinic Coordinator to ensure excellence in all aspects of the School’s didactic and clinical programs and initiatives.  The Chair is expected to maintain the Department’s current national accreditations which are supportive state practice licensures. The Chair reports directly to the Dean of the College of Health Sciences and serves as an integral member of the COHS Administrative Leadership Team. The Chair also serves on the COHS Administrative Council and the Dean’s Expanded Leadership Council. The College of Health Sciences, enrolls approximately 1,605 students (1,391 Undergraduate and 214 Graduate). The College houses the School of Nursing, the School of Health & Human Performance, the Department of Creative Arts Therapies, and the Division of Health Services.

Initial screening of applications will begin at time of posting and will continue until an appointment is made.  For best consideration, materials should be provided by March 01, 2018.  Application materials should include a letter addressing how the candidate’s experiences match the position requirements, current vitae, and contact information for at least 3 references.  Submission of materials as PDF attachments is strongly encouraged.

For more detailed position description and to submit application materials, please visit:

https://www.gcsujobs.com/postings/5406

Georgia College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution committed to cultural, racial, and ethnic communities. We promote equal employment opportunities regardless of race, religion, color, gender, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. It is expected that successful candidates share these commitments.  

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.

National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD.

Job Title: Board Certified Music Therapist
Contractor: The Writers Center, on behalf of The National Endowment for theArts
Application: Application letter, CV, and two letters of recommendation by email to sunil.freeman@writer.org.
Subject Line: NEA Military Healing Arts
Partnership: Music Therapist
Applications will be accepted from Wednesday June 15, 2016 – Friday July 15, 2016.
CONTRACT
RANGE: Competitive salary based on education, training, and experience.
CONTRACT PERIOD: Initial contract September 01, 2016- December 31, 2017 with potential for renewal.
LOCATION: National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. Duties related to this position will be largely performed in the National Capital Region.
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: United States Citizens
About the Position: Contractor carries full professional responsibility for clinical and administrative work in the music therapy program at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. Working collaboratively with other members of the Partnership (Creative Arts Therapists, program evaluators and researchers), contractor will design and deliver exemplary music therapy services and adhere to the Policies of the Military Treatment Facility.
This is an independent contract and does not provide employee benefits. Taxes, health care, and liability insurance are the sole responsibility of the contracted incumbent.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/kj08owg7d9ubovk/POSITIONREQUESTFORMMusicTherapist_FINAL-2.pdf?dl=0

Home Care Music Therapist

Home Care Music Therapist

Job ID 2016-46422
Location Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida
Min. Exp.(Yrs) 2
Category Allied Health
State Florida Zip Code 33309
Position open 3-28-16

Overview: VITAS® Healthcare, a pioneer and leader in the hospice movement since 1978, is the nation’s leading provider of end-of-life care. Headquartered in Miami, Florida, VITAS (pronounced VEE-tahs) operates 47 hospice programs in 16 states and the District of Columbia. (Alabama, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin). VITAS employs 11,788 professionals who care for terminally ill patients daily, primarily in the patients’ homes, but also in the company’s 34 inpatient hospice units as well as in hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living communities/residential care facilities for the elderly. VITAS served more than 78,000 patients throughout all of 2014. The name, VITAS (pronounced VEE-tahs), is derived from the Latin word for lives. It symbolizes the VITAS mission: To preserve the quality of life for those who have a limited time to live.

The Music Therapist plans, organizes, and directs medically prescribed music therapy activities as part of psychosocial and physical treatment of patients and their families to influence behavioral and psychological changes.

• Develops treatment plan, using individualized needs assessment, depending on goal of therapy.
• Instructs patients individually or in groups in prescribed instrumental or vocal music and music projective techniques such as guided imagery, progressive relaxation, or awareness of conscious feelings.
• Studies and analyzes patients’ reactions to various experiences and adjusts care plan as needed.
• Documents visits and other activities on VITAS documentation.
• Participates in team meetings as requested.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates will possess a minimum of two (2) years prior relevant experience in a healthcare setting. Hospice experience preferred. Board certification (MT-BC) by certification board for music therapists (CBMT).

Education: Bachelor’s degree in music therapy from an accredited institution approved

For more information about this position contact:

Thomas A. Dalton LMHC, MT-BC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Board Certified Music Therapist
Music Therapy Internship Director
VITAS Healthcare, Broward
(954)562-4219 Thomas.Dalton@vitas.com

 

Apply online at: http://www.vitas.com/careers?cmpid=van-vitasjobs-careers-all&utm_source=vitasjobs&utm_medium=van&utm_campaign=careers&sc_camp=804A17DA6EBB4A8AB2BD5E9BB4B6E6E4

Music Therapy Instructor (Temporary Full-Time)

Job Description: Will teach undergraduate music therapy and related music courses, co-ordinate and supervise undergraduate music therapy clinical students, and perform other duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications: Holds board certification in music therapy (MT-BC). Holds a master’s degree in music therapy or related area, with a minimum of 12 semester hours or the equivalent of graduate credits in music therapy beyond the undergraduate equivalency requirements.

Has at least three years of full-time clinical experience in music therapy or its equivalent in part-time work. Demonstrates the following: mastery of all professional level and applicable advanced competencies in music therapy; effectiveness as a music therapy clinician in at least one area of practice; the ability to teach and clinically supervise undergraduate students; and the ability to organize and administer an undergraduate music therapy program. Has experience working with diverse populations. Successful performance in an on-campus interview and teaching demonstration.
Preferred Qualifications: Has experience with music technology in music therapy. Demonstrates ability to recruit students to profession/major.

Participation in professional organization at state, regional or national level. Excellent guitar skills.
Link to Job Post: https://careers.sru.edu/postings/3059

Denver opening 

Metro Music Therapy, Inc. has an opening for a music therapist starting immediately. A Master’s degree is required for this position. This is an established caseload and is full-time status.

MMT, Inc. is a private practice agency serving clients in the metro Denver and surrounding areas. Requirements for this position: Master’s degree in music therapy, board certification within 3 months of hire and NMT within 1 year of hire. Clients are seen in the community and extensive driving is required. Clients are seen Monday-Friday.

 

This position will primarily serve individuals and 3 groups. The caseload primarily consists of children with autism, cerebral palsy and DD. The candidate should have experience dealing with children with behavioral problems.

 

The therapist will be an employee of MMT, Inc. and paid on a per/client-contact rate. You will be reimbursed for mileage and eligible for PTO. Full-time employees are also eligible for medical insurance and other benefits.

 

Please submit a resume, 3 reference contacts and any questions via email.

 

Contact:

Lori Sanders, MM, MT-BC, NMT

President, MMT, Inc.

lori@metromusictherapy.com

303-263-5734