Playroom Coordinator - Per Diem
Applies the knowledge and skill necessary to implement age appropriate play and activity programs that provide normalization, facilitate adjustment and meet the emotional and developmental needs of hospitalized children and families.
- Bachelor’s degree in child development, education, or a related field; other combination of education and experience that would provide similar competency may be considered.
- Paid experience working with children.
- Experience in planning and carrying out activities for children.
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