We’re looking for a music therapist to join our Expressive Arts team! The Hochstein School’s Expressive Arts Department encompasses music, art and dance movement therapy; adaptive lesson instruction; and arts-based wellness/enrichment programming. We offer empowering and enriching individual and group sessions, which take place on-site at Hochstein as well as off-site in the community.
All applicants should have:
- An interest in working with individuals/groups of all ages/abilities, particularly adults with I/DD
- A desire to work collaboratively as part of a team (with faculty, caregivers, and service providers)
- Passion for community music therapy and person-centered care
- Excellent time management skills
- Afternoon/evening availability
- Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license
- MT-BC credential (within 6 mos of hire date)
Part-time: 3-5 clinical hours per week to start (covering a maternity leave) while we build your personal caseload that you’ll continue with once the maternity leave ends.
$38-$43/hour, plus mileage and travel time
Please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to Expressive Arts Chair Jennifer Phillips at email@example.com.
Hochstein is a vibrant organization in Rochester, NY, offering instruction in music, dance, and expressive arts (music, art, and dance therapy). Hochstein annually serves more than 3,500 students from a 12-county region surrounding Rochester. The School is active throughout the community and provides tuition assistance to more than 50% of its students. The acclaimed Hochstein Performance Hall, located within the school's historic downtown building, hosts frequent concerts and events.
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