Cleveland Clinic Children’s, Cleveland, OH

The Gaming Technology Child Life Specialist is a grant-funded, one-year, full-time position designed in response to the utilization of cutting-edge gaming, hardware, and apps in the field of Child Life. Chief among these technologies are Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, deserving a deeper dive into clinical application and research. The Gaming Technology  Child Life Specialist is part of the Enterprise Child Life team and is responsible for providing overall gaming strategy, training, and technical support (Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox, PC, etc.). This child life specialist will research and develop virtual programming for inpatient and outpatient settings; assist with assessing, documenting, testing, maintaining, troubleshooting and supporting gaming systems, peripherals, and related hardware within the context of the Child Life Department.  This child life specialist will also have child life clinical areas to provide patient support.

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St. Vincent Health (Ascension), Indianapolis, IN

St. Vincent Health has an opening for a part-time Child Life Specialist.

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Kids Kamp, Westfield Center, OH
Volunteer Opportunity

The National Neutropenia Network (NNN) is looking for Child Life Professionals or Students to help run their Kids Kamp July 24, 2020 from 1pm-4pm and July 25, 2020 9am-12pm and 1:30pm-4pm. They will contract with individuals, but would also be willing to accept volunteers or students who need experience. The Kids Kamp participants are children with neutropenia and their siblings ages 4 and up. If interested, please contact:

Tammy Loader

St. Vincent Health, Evansville, IN

This full-time Child Life Specialist position is clinically based at the Evansville hospital, yet will be a part of the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital child life team, reporting to a Child Life Supervisor, in Indianapolis.

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Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit, MI

The Children’s Hospital of Michigan is offering a full-time, 1 year Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) Fellowship position for 2020. This is an entry level post-internship educational opportunity. Must have a minimum of a bachelors degree, completed a child life internship and certification or exam eligible. Please use the link below to apply.