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Responsible for developing, planning, implementing, modifying and evaluating art and arts-based educational activities in a variety of arts disciplines. Activities are designed to provide educational, creative, and expressive opportunities that support the developmental and psychosocial well-being of children, teens and young adults and their families pertinent to units assigned within Pediatrics through the Child Life Department.
- 1. DIRECT AND INDIRECT PATIENT CARE
- 1.1 Develop, plan, implement and evaluate art/educational activities and special projects that maintain or develop the social, emotional, physical, intellectual and/or creative development of pediatric patients and their families, in individual and group settings.
- 2. COMMUNICATION, COLLABORATION AND TEAMWORK
- 2.1 Communicate with Child Life staff regarding patient referrals and provide a written and verbal summary of the patient's and family's response to interactions
- 3. FISCAL MANAGEMENT
- 3.1 Maintain supplies, equipment and materials specific to the art/educational program and provide assessment of material needs.
- 4. ADMINISTRATION OF PROGRAM
- 4.1 Participate in quality assurance and quality improvement including collecting, maintaining and analyzing data specific to art/educational program, such as productivity and patient satisfaction. Provide accurate and timely reports.
Minimum of Bachelors Degree in an art discipline, art education or related degree, required
Minimum 1-2 year's experience facilitating art activities with children in a health care environment preferred or the equivalent of 2 year's full time experience teaching art discipline to children in a school or other community setting with specific expertise in working with children with special needs.
Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work with multidisciplinary groups in effective collaborative practice.
Able to lift at least 25lbs.; must comply with appropriate OSHA, HIPAA and JCAHO standards relevant to position.
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