Bring Your Passion to the Forefront:
Child Life Specialist I - Comer Children's
Area: 384600 - CHILD LIFE & FAM ED WY
Shift: 1.0 FTE / Rotating / 8 - 12 hous per day / Weekends required
This position provides psychosocial support to children and families during hospitalization; is responsible for designing and maintaining the physical, therapeutic, developmental and educational environment of Child Life Services in a manner that promotes a child/ family friendly atmosphere; and lends expertise and knowledge of child growth and development to the healthcare team. Adjusts interaction and/or treatment to match each patients developmental, educational and other related needs.
You’ll thrive in this position if you:
We’ve been at the forefront of medicine since 1899. We provide superior healthcare with compassion, always mindful that each patient is a person, an individual. To accomplish this, we need employees with passion, talent and commitment… with patients and with each other. We’re in this together: working to advance medical innovation, serve the health needs of the community, and move our collective knowledge forward. If you’d like to add enriching human life to your profile, The University of Chicago Medicine is for you. Here at the forefront, we’re doing work that really matters. Join us. Bring your passion.
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