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BOP STOP at The Music Settlement is Cleveland's premier listening room: an intimate, acoustically pristine performance venue with sweeping views of Lake Erie.
The Cleveland Music School Settlement (The Music Settlement) seeks a Clinical Music Therapist who will advance and support the mission of The Music Settlement “To welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.”
The Music Settlement is a non-profit community music school with three Centers—Music, Early Childhood, and Music Therapy—and Bop Stop, a performance venue. We provide accessible, life-enhancing music and arts experiences to people of all ages and abilities. Our Center for Music Therapy was the first community music therapy program in the United States. Our diverse group of music therapists serve individuals and groups at our two clinic locations as well as partnership agencies throughout the greater Cleveland area.
Reports to: Chair, Center for Music Therapy
Essential duties and responsibilities:
• Professional development
• Direct Service
Individual must be a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) or pass the examination within three months of employment; possess excellent verbal, written, interpersonal and musical skills; have access to reliable and insured transportation; personally adhere to all policies and practices of The Music Settlement; and encourage a diverse, respectful, healthy, and productive work environment for the staff and clients with whom he/she works and supervises.
Please submit a resume and statement of interest to:
Amy Rodgers Smith, MMT, MT-BC
Chair, Center for Music Therapy
The Music Settlement
11125 Magnolia Dr.
Cleveland, OH 44106
The Music Settlement is an equal opportunity employer and shall not discriminate in employment or admission on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, mental or physical disability, and genetic information or any other basis protected by applicable law, in the administration of its employment or educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered policies and programs.