Spiritual Care Coordinator
Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019 | Admin
We are currently seeking a Spiritual Care Coordinator in:
Expect More at Agape:
As an employee of Agapé Hospice, you will be part of an established and highly -regarded faith-based company committed to your personal and professional
development that offers:
- Competitive compensation with monthly incentive program with the opportunity to earn additional money per year
- Health Savings Account w/ “dollar for dollar” match up to $1,050.00
- 401(k) w/ company match up to 4% of gross annual salary
- Call center support w/ after-hours triage
- Career advancement through education and nationally recognized apprenticeship opportunities
- Social Worker mentor and training program
- Sponsors Hospice and Palliative Care certification
- Flexible schedule
- Comprehensive health, dental and vision coverage
- Company sponsored life insurance coverage
- Opportunity for advancement
- Assure spiritual assessment of patients and families/caregivers in the hospice program and appropriate services are rendered in a timely manner.
- Facilitate the development in the interdisciplinary group (IDG) plan of care to meet identified spiritual needs.
- Provide direct spiritual care to patients and families/caregivers.
- Serve as liaison and support to community religious and spiritual counselors.
- Maintain records of spiritual care services utilization and related activities for QAPI Program, program development, and policies and procedures review
- Document direct services and ongoing communication with religious and spiritual counselors.
- Attend patient care conference and interdisciplinary group (IDG) meetings as a member of the interdisciplinary group (IDG).
- Provide consultation, education, and support to the interdisciplinary group (IDG) on spiritual care.
- Recruit community religious leaders, spiritual counselors, and spiritual care volunteers adequate to meet patient and family/caregiver needs by developing
community contacts and offering education through congregations about hospice care.
- Provide for funeral and memorial services for patients as requested.
- Provide bereavement follow-up services as requested and maintain proper records of visits to patients/families.
- Plan periodic memorial services to meet the needs of personnel, volunteers, and community clergy/spiritual counselors working with the hospice team.
- Graduate of accredited seminary or school of theology (BO, MDiv or equivalent theological degree).
- One (1) Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) unit is preferred.
- Comfort in an interfaith setting.
- Ability to accept differing lifestyles, cultures, beliefs, and values.
- Ability to network with community clergy and congregations.