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Keynote Music Therapy is a private company committed to increasing access to music therapy services in Minnesota through a supportive, team-based practice.

We believe that Music Therapy needs to be
more accessible to individual clients and embedded in high-performing healthcare, wellness, and education institutions.

Our goal is to assemble a community of
creative, motivated, and collaborative professionals to serve individual clients, organizations, and each other.

Music Therapist
Twin Cities, Minnesota

Job Details

Part time to full time, hourly employee

This position will require a minimum of 0.6 FTE with opportunity to increase to 1.0 FTE

Competitive pay

Flexible hours

Wages begin at $28 per hour with opportunities for advancement.


Schedules are created based on the availability of clients matched to the availability and service area of the music therapist. Daytime hours required, evenings and weekends offered.



PTO Accrual
Health insurance reimbursement

$200 annual education reimbursement

Paid drive time and mileage reimbursement

Group and 1:1 supervision

Instruments/equipment and technology provided

Key Responsibilities

Providing music therapy services to clients

Acting as a representative of the organization with clients and the public

Contributing to individual and organizational growth initiatives

Successful candidates will have...

MT-BC credential

Professionalism in practice and communication

Proficiency on guitar, piano, and vocal skills

Skills in collaboration and working independently

Interest in professional and personal development

Experience with music-based technology 

Interest in program development such as creating marketing materials, social media posts, and outreach

Excitement about Keynote’s vision and future

Willingness and means to drive to appointments, with valid drivers license and auto insurance

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