Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice
– To deliver effective individual or group Music Therapy to BCYP with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their siblings; in the hospice, their own homes or at a place of choice
– To systematically review the outcomes of Music Therapy interventions; monitor individual progress of each BYCP, measure the effectiveness of the service, and participate in the accurate collation of statistical reports, feedback and research.
– To facilitate and carry out assessment of the developmental and emotional state of bereaved parents and siblings.
– To liaise with the statutory community paediatric teams and voluntary organisations to ensure appropriate music therapy is implemented to meet the BCYP and their family’s needs.
– To provide written and verbal reports of professional level for families and the multidisciplinary team, including external professionals.
– To assist in the training and supervision of Specialist Carers, Noah’s Ark staff, volunteers and students around Music Therapy and activities BCYP with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions, and their families, to include those families who are bereaved.
– The post will involve travel around the boroughs of Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Islington, Camden and Hertsmere and some home working where appropriate and pre-agreed with the post holder’s line manager.
– This role involves flexible working hours to include some evening and weekend work.
– You will be expected to work within legal and charity guidelines, ensuring compliance with Care Quality Commission (CQC) and other statutory regulations.
– You will be expected to work within Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice administrative and IT systems and guidelines and be aware of, and comply with the relevant rules, policies and procedures.
If this sounds like you and you would like to learn more, please download our job specification and apply on our website!