The University of Kentucky
Music Therapist (On-Call)/UKHC
Type of Position
Position Time Status
Required Related Experience
Six months or less
walking, carry heavy musical instruments, sitting for long periods of time
Day Shift; 8:00am-5:00pm
8 to 10 hours a week
An On-Call position at UKHealthCare, Music Therapy department recognizes the need for providing care to the whole patient, including integrative and complementary medicine approaches. The Clinical Music Therapist will serve our respective patient populations by offering therapeutic sessions.
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
Bachelor’s degree, MT-BC
Deadline to Apply
University Community of Inclusion
The University of Kentucky is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce by ensuring all our students, faculty, and staff work in an environment of openness and acceptance. We strive to foster a community where people of all backgrounds, identities, and perspectives can feel secure and welcome. We also value the well-being of each of our employees and are dedicated to creating a healthy place to work, learn and live. In the interest of maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our students, employees, patients and visitors the University of Kentucky is a Tobacco & Drug Free campus.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strongly encourage veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minorities to consider our employment opportunities.
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Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Do you have a current Music Therapy Board certification? Yes
Please select the option that best represents your number of full years paid, full-time, employment experience in music therapy. * If you have part-time work experience that you want to include, please refer to the following to determine your credit of full years of related employment experience: 35 hours worked per week = full credit for time worked 28-34 hours worked per week = 75% credit for time worked 18-27 hours worked per week = 50% credit for time worked 9-17 hours worked per week = 25% credit for time worked
Some, but less than one full year of employment listed above.
At least 1 full year but less than 2 years of employment listed above.
At least 2 full years but less than 3 years of employment listed above.
At least 3 full years but less than 4 years of employment listed above.
At least 4 full years but less than 5 years of employment listed above.
At least 5 full years but less than 6 years of employment listed above.
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At least 7 full years but less than 8 years of employment listed above.
At least 8 full years but less than 9 years of employment listed above.
At least 9 full years but less than 10 years of employment listed above.
At least 10 full years but less than 11 years of employment listed above.
At least 11 full years or more of employment listed above.
Please describe your experience as it relates to this position. (Open Ended Question)
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