Music Therapist - Psych Administration - FT - Days (every other weekend) at Careers
Job Description & Salary Range
UC Title: Music Ther NEXPosition Number: 10000865Reports to: Director, NeuropsychiatryWorking Title: Music TherapistCost Center: Psych Administration (8753)Bargaining Unit: HXFLSA: NonexemptJob Code: 7913Date Created: 06/03/2018Shift: Day ShiftHours: 40.00
Position Summary: In consultation with the Occupational Therapist, incumbents initiate and perform a wide range of individual and group activities of a physical, social, cultural or creative arts nature which facilitate diagnosis, evaluation, planning and treatment of patients using various procedures, modalities and instructions. May participate in multidisciplinary treatment planning meetings to report patient progress and to coordinate therapeutic activities. Prepares schedules for patients' treatment. Applies specialized concepts, principles and practices of therapy through music/recreation to promote rehabilitation of persons with mental health disorders.
Rate Minimum $28.72 Midpoint $31.50 Maximum $34.29
Required Qualifications: Must be Board Certified in Music TherapyPrevious experience working in a mental health setting
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of University policies and procedures
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
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