Master's in Counseling or Social Work required. This is a part-time job that could lead to a full-time position. Please email if you are interested.
Coordinates the assessment and delivery of grief counseling needs and services (one-to-one, groups, and ongoing follow-up) to ensure timely and appropriate services are provided to family/caregivers.
Provides bereavement support to hospice personnel coping with work related grief through one-to-one counseling, supervision of interns providing one-to-one counseling, and referral to community resources.
Provides bereavement information and referral services to callers from the community. Expands and maintains community resource list as needed.
Functions independently, but seeks and accepts guidance from other members of the interdisciplinary group, or from member of the community.
Participates in hospice activities such as in-service education, hospice personnel meetings, and relevant committees.
Participates in providing education to the community.
Provides grief support to assisted livings, skilled nursing facilities and the community.
Advances professional knowledge and skills.
Actively participates in quality assessment performance improvement teams and activities.
Accepts and performs other related duties and responsibilities as required.
May participate in home visits.
Supportive phone calls to family members.
Documentation of phone calls and home visits and staff communications.
Assists and participates in plan for cultural specific factors, status of illness, and family involvement regarding the terminally ill individual.