Music Therapist (Part-Time)
Summary of Position:
The music therapist will provide quality music therapy services in the Greater Boston area to individual clients of all ages and groups. Populations served include individuals experiencing autism spectrum disorder, mental health challenges, Alzheimer’s and dementia disorders, emotional/intellectual disabilities, neurological disorders, physical challenges, medical illness, social and learning challenges.
Status: Part-time (8-15 hours, week days).
There is the potential to increase hours.
Start date: Immediately
Reports to: Director of Music Therapy
Works Closely With: Director of Music Therapy, Music Therapists, Registrar and Assistant Registrar
Provide music therapy services to in-house clients and to outreach agency groups. Sessions are provided in individual and group settings
Communicate with client families and other interdisciplinary team members regarding client progress
Communicate with front office staff about intake schedules and room usage
Complete client intake documents, weekly progress notes, quarterly progress reports, and annual agency profiles
Attend department staff meetings, participate in supervision, presenting in-services and attending community events as a representative of CMCB
Provide supervision for Berklee College of Music – Music Therapy students
Clinical experience with children and adults with developmental disabilities is preferred
Experience with a variety of populations including autism, behavioral needs, intellectual disabilities and geriatric service.
Proficiency of clinical musicianship on guitar, piano, and vocal skills are important
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Valid driver’s license (dependable vehicle strongly suggested)
Must be able to effectively communicate with other professionals, conduct assessments, plan, organize, lead music therapy sessions, document, and evaluate treatment
Works well and collaboratively in a team-oriented environment
Ability to create a culturally competent and inclusive environment
Flexible and comfortable in different clinical settings and work environments
Ability to adapt clinical work to different agency, group and individual client needs
Ability to recognize a problem or potential challenge.
Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy
MT-BC required through CBMT
Must have received music therapy accreditation prior to September 1st, 2017
Complies with rules and regulations of the Certification Board for Music Therapists
Maintains MT-BC status by completing 100 hours of continuing music therapy education credits or taking the Board Certification Examination once every 5 years
How To Apply:
To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to Christopher Perry, Director of Music Therapy athttp://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/61
No phone calls, walk-ins, or emails please.
Application Deadline: August 31, 2018
August 31, 2018
About this Organization:
Founded in 1910,Community Music Center of
Boston (the Music Center) transforms lives throughout Greater Boston by
providing equitable access to excellent music education and powerful arts
experiences. The Music Center serves more than 5,000 students each week, on-site at our South End facility in the Boston Center for the Arts and in more than 40 outreach locations, including public schools, community/senior centers, and medical facilities. We are the largest external provider of arts education in the Boston Public Schools. Core Music Center programs include individual and group instruction in more than 25 instruments; outreach instruction in Boston Public Schools; an Intensive Study Project providing private instruction, theory and performances to prepare students for college-level study; early childhood programs; and music therapy for individuals with a wide range of physical, cognitive, emotional and/or social life needs.
Community Music Center of Boston is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Community Music Center of Boston policy prohibits discrimination and harassment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (40 or over), disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, parental status, political affiliation, union membership, genetic information, or history of participation in the Equal Employment Opportunity process, grievance procedure, or any authorized complaint procedure.