Miami Cancer Institute is seeking a full-time Teaching Artist to join the recently launched Arts in Medicine Program. If you are interested, or know someone who would be a great fit, please apply.
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Arts in Medicine Teaching Artist, Miami Cancer Institute, FT, 8A-4:30P job in Miami, Florida, USA
Specialist jobs at Baptist Health Description: Responsible for developing and implementing the protocol and curriculum of the Arts in Medicine Program. Supervises performing, clinical, education and research related artistic roles. Position will collaborate with medical director, therapeutic artists and arts in medicine specialist to build an academic curriculum, develop projects and workshops and supervise the daily work of contracted artists in residence and practicum student artists. Ensures projects are artistically and academically rigorous, aligned to the objectives of the Arts in Medicine Program. Defines assessment guidelines and procedures by which to monitor patient health outcomes in the healthcare setting.
Collaborations will focus on cross-disciplinary work amongst AIRs, therapeutic artists, practicum students and MCI clinicians and staff to improve patient experience and create a safe environment for healing. They will ensure appropriate documentation of programmatic advancements including daily reports of interactions, referrals and testimonials, and survey responses to measure impact of art engagements. They will work in conjunction with University partners to ensure learning objectives are met for practicum students.
Masters Degree required.
Masters degree in art, music therapy or art therapy degree preferred.
Minimum of 3-5 Years of experience in Healthcare setting.
Open to professional artists in all artistic fields, performing, visual, literary or multi-disciplinary.
Must have comfort level in working with performers, overseeing and critiquing musicians, artists, guest artists, founders and executives/leadership. Required flexibility working early mornings and on evenings and weekends for event coverage as needed.
Experience with clinical research projects.