Work at the cutting edge of music and medicine: Growing Los Angeles-based company merging music, health and technology to improve the health and happiness of seniors is seeking full-time and part-time certified music therapists with at least two years of clinical experience. Speech therapists, occupational therapists, recreational therapists, activities directors and other healthcare professionals with at least three years of professional experience in their field and at least two years of college level or classical vocal/instrumental training will also be considered. Experience working with seniors and leading groups is essential. Experience with obstetrics, pre-natal or post-natal health a plus.
We are currently hiring for both full and part-time positions that can encompass a variety of responsibilities and tasks depending on the candidate. These include:
- Conducting group and individual singing sessions using our patented technology and original programming guides.
- Training others in the use of our technology and program guides.
- Helping to develop programming and training materials for new and existing product and services lines.
- Reviewing research into the clinical benefits of singing and music and creating reports on how that research pertains to our products and services.
Full-time positions include health and dental benefits as well as paid vacation. Will consider relocating candidates who are board-certified music therapists.
To apply send a resume and an email that includes the following information to Alicia@MusicalHealthTech.com or Jobs@MusicalHealthTech.com:
Degree, certifications and years of expertise in relation to particular field of study (music therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, recreational therapy, etc)
- Any populations with which you have experience including but not limited to dementia, Parkinson’s disease, speech disorders or pregnancy
- Any performing experiences not listed on your resume
- Any clinical research experience
- Any experience training groups or designing training protocols