Music Therapist

Arbor Hospice Ann Arbor , MI 48103

Posted 2 months ago

Music Therapy is an integral part of the Complementary Therapies Program at Arbor Hospice located in Ann Arbor and the surrounding communities. Complementary Therapies includes music therapy, pet therapy and massage therapy.

Music Therapy is an important program providing the benefits to adult and pediatric patients during their end-of-life journey in a variety of settings including private homes, nursing homes and in an in-patient unit. Our Music therapy team is vibrant and committed to excellence in music therapy and hospice care which is of benefit to our patients and peace of mind for their caregivers. Be a part of a team of experienced hospice music therapists while serving a non-profit hospice mission.

Come work with us and see how great it can feel to do good work while in service to others in need of your expertise and passion. For more information on our Music therapy team and the Complementary Therapies Program, please visit our website at: https://www.arborhospice.org/our-care-services/therapies/music-therapy/ The#contingent (12-16 hours a week) Music Therapist is responsible to contact referred clients, schedule visits based on his or her schedule, and provide music therapy that addresses the needs of patients.#Two to three years of experience in hospice or healthcare, working with geriatric populations and working one-on-one with patients/clients strongly preferred.

Applicants must be Board Certified in Music Therapy and have a bachelor#s degree in Music Therapy from an accredited institution.

Availability during regular business hours required (pre-scheduled days/time during the work week and during business hours) Nights and weekends are not required. Reliable transportation and comfortability with travel throughout the Ann Arbor area (Washtenaw, Wayne and Livingston Counties) required.

Music Therapy is an integral part of the Complementary Therapies Program at Arbor Hospice located in Ann Arbor and the surrounding communities. Complementary Therapies includes music therapy, pet therapy and massage therapy.

Music Therapy is an important program providing the benefits to adult and pediatric patients during their end-of-life journey in a variety of settings including private homes, nursing homes and in an in-patient unit. Our Music therapy team is vibrant and committed to excellence in music therapy and hospice care which is of benefit to our patients and peace of mind for their caregivers. Be a part of a team of experienced hospice music therapists while serving a non-profit hospice mission.

Come work with us and see how great it can feel to do good work while in service to others in need of your expertise and passion.

For more information on our Music therapy team and the Complementary Therapies Program, please visit our website at: https://www.arborhospice.org/our-care-services/therapies/music-therapy/

The contingent (12-16 hours a week) Music Therapist is responsible to contact referred clients, schedule visits based on his or her schedule, and provide music therapy that addresses the needs of patients. Two to three years of experience in hospice or healthcare, working with geriatric populations and working one-on-one with patients/clients strongly preferred.

Applicants must be Board Certified in Music Therapy and have a bachelor's degree in Music Therapy from an accredited institution.

Availability during regular business hours required (pre-scheduled days/time during the work week and during business hours) Nights and weekends are not required. Reliable transportation and comfortability with travel throughout the Ann Arbor area (Washtenaw, Wayne and Livingston Counties) required.



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