AccentCare, Inc. Hospice Music Therapist (PRN) in Lynnwood, Washington
Overview Why You’ll Love Being a Music Therapist at AccentCare Coverage Area: King & Snohomish Counties Do you take great pride in achieving the best possible outcomes for patients? Are you passionate about providing exceptional care? Join the AccentCare team today as a Music Therapist. As a Music Therapist, you will have the ability to work at the top of your licensure while working one-on-one with your clients to provide them with customized care. Under the guidance of your physician, you will develop plans of care and utilize therapy models, skills, and techniques to provide quality care to your clients on a daily basis. When you join AccentCare, you become part of a team that is not only dedicated to their patients, but to each other as well. Here, you will truly make a difference each and every day as you work alongside a supportive team. With a competitive benefits package, work-life balance, professional development, and an outstanding work environment, you will have everything you need to achieve success in your career. Bring your passion for patient care and you will build a career you love as a Music Therapist. Join the AccentCare team and apply for this Music Therapist opportunity today! #musictherapist #hospice #music #job #work #career #washington #renton Salary: $33 - $37/ hour Shift: PRN / Per Diem / On Call Hours: Day/Weekend/Evening/Call On Call Expectation: Rotating; Could include weekends and/or evenings We are looking for a minimum of Music Therapy Degree and Board Certification in Music Therapy Responsibilities Music Therapist Responsibilities: Performs as a member of the interdisciplinary team, provides music therapy consultations and services to the patient and/or family in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care while following all AccentCare policies and procedures. Supports the business development activities of the organization. Provide bereavement counseling to family members as identified. Complete the music therapy assessment with patient and family when referred in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care. Plan music therapy interventions. Implement the music therapy interventions in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care. Guide the patient in the use of creative therapeutic activities for the purpose of improving or maintaining mental and physical function and quality of life. Instruct other care team members including, when appropriate, hospice aides and family members in the use of music to achieve individualized care plan goals. Evaluate the effectiveness of music therapy services with the patient and/or family-of-choice. Document all services provided to hospice patients and families in the clinical record. Terminate therapy services when appropriate. Provide in-services to staff, hospitals, nursing homes, and other facilities as requested and determined appropriate by therapist. Participate in the on-call schedule as required. Support the bereavement program at the site level, including, but not limited to: Completing bereavement calls and visits to offer counseling and support; Facilitating bereavement support groups in the community, including an annual memorial service; Participating in the monthly bereavement committee meetings; Keeping the bereavement binder up-to-date (with meeting minutes, sign-in sheets from groups/workshops, etc.). Additional Job Functions for a Level II Music Therapist: Provide supervision of interns (as long as AMTA minimum requirements are met). Participate on a committee within the organization. Be a support to community outreach and education activities (in partnership with the Volunteerand Business Development departments), as appropriate. Facilitate bereavement groups or workshops and memorials. Additional Job Functions for a Level III Music Therapist: Provide supervision of interns (as long as AMTA minimum requirements are met). Participate and chair a committee within the organization, including ethics consultations. Participate in or submit an abstract annually in an external Music Therapy Committee (such as AMTA, CBMT, or a regional MT Association) or to a Hospice & Palliative Care Conference (such as NHPCO, a State Hospice & Palliative Care Association, ADEC, NAGC, etc.) Be a support to community outreach and education activities (in partnership with the Volunteer and Business Development departments), as appropriate. Facilitate bereavement groups or workshops and memorials. Qualifications Music Therapist Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Music with a concentration in Music Therapy and/or Music Therapy from an American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) approved university (or undergraduate equivalency program approved by AMTA). Board Certified as a Music Therapist (MT-BC) by the Certification Board for Music Therapy (CBMT). State-specific qualification requirements Must have reliable automobile, valid driver's license and the minimum state required liability auto insurance. Additional Qualifications for Level II Music Therapist: 2 years of full-time experience as a Music Therapist in a Healthcare setting. Must hold the highest level of licensure within the state, if applicable. Approved AMTA Intern Supervisor status. Advanced HPMT certification status. Additional Qualifications for Level III Music Therapist: 5 years of full-time experience as a Music Therapist in a Healthcare setting. Master's Degree in Music Therapy or Counseling Equivalent field. Must hold the highest level of licensure within the state, if applicable. Approved AMTA Intern Supervisor status. Advanced HPMT certification status.