Volunteer Coordinator
Hospice Advantage 100 reviews - Tupelo, MS

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High School/GED

Responsible to the Clinical Services Director for the development and administration of the Hospice Volunteer Program to maintain the regulatory requirements of the volunteer program as designated in the Conditions of Participation.

General Responsibilities:
Develops and implements programs for the recruitment, training, and retention of volunteers.
Coordinates volunteer assignments with patients and families.
Coordinates volunteer assignments with patients and families.
Oversees volunteer documentation of volunteer activity.
Develops and implements programs for volunteer continuing education, recognition and support, performance reviews, and quality improvement.
Maintains volunteer personnel files.
Prepares statistical reports to meet Federal and State agency rules and regulations for hospice volunteers and submits them monthly to CSD.
Prepares reports for the Administrator as required
Participates in regularly scheduled interdisciplinary team meetings for coordination of patient care, exchange of information and problem solving, and to receive staff support and in-service education.
Participates in hospice programs providing staff orientation, training, and education.
Participates in and provides community programs on hospice and related issues.
Participates in agency quality improvement programs.
Maintains Volunteer database for accuracy.
Serves as an active member of the sales team.
Adheres to established company policies.
Accepts other assignments deemed appropriate.
High School Diploma.

Basic office skills.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Excellent organizational skills.
Ability to work well with an interdisciplinary team.


Experience in volunteerism preferred.

Physical Demands

Primarily medium in nature with exerting up to 35 pounds of force to lift, carry, push, bend, or otherwise move objects, including the human body; walking, sitting, standing, driving, hearing, reaching, talking, and prolonged phone use. Ability to work at a desk for up to eight hours per day.


Approximately 50% on a daily basis.

Working Conditions

Exposure to disagreeable conditions including odors, infection, illness, and physical contact from disruptive patients.

Principal Contacts

Field and office staff, patients, families, volunteers, and community agencies.

General Requirements

Must be able to execute all terms and conditions set forth in The Company Employee Handbook, including but not limited to:

a. Works in a safety-conscious manner, which ensures that safe work practices are used in order not to pose a risk to self or others in the workplace.
b. Complies with company policies and procedures and local, state and federal regulations.
c. Adheres to policy on Drug Free Workplace.
d. Interacts in tactful, diplomatic, and humanistic manner with patients, families, visitors and co-workers to provide a safe, efficient, and therapeutically
effective caring environment which ensures the self-respect, personal dignity, rights and physical safety of each patient.
e. Maintains a dependable attendance record and adheres to standards of cleanliness, grooming, hygiene, and dress code.

About this company
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Hospice Advantage is a Medicare, Medicaid Certified program providing superior end-of-life care services. Hospice Advantage was started to...