Hospice Volunteer Coordinator
Colchester East Hants Hospice Society
Colchester East Hants Hospice Society gives care and support to families as they face genuine disease, demise and despondency. At Hospice, volunteers and experts work intimately with the CEHHA Palliative Care group under a logic of care that qualities personal satisfaction until death and in putting the patient at the middle and in control of his or her own particular life and care. Hospice offers backings to families for end of life and sadness in an assortment of settings including home, and healing center.
Colchester East Hants Hospice Society is looking for an accomplished individual to give support, authority and coordination in the conveyance of customer based volunteer projects offered by the Hospice Society and also non-customer volunteer exercises. This position reports to the Executive Director of the Hospice Society, working with a Hospice group that incorporates two Hospice Social Workers, Administrative Assistance and a group of volunteers. The Hospice Volunteer Coordinator is a basic individual from the Hospice group in supporting our main goal to give merciful care to people and families amid end of life, at death, and through despondency. This position is in charge of building up a solid center of hospice volunteers. The part will include selecting, screening, preparing and supporting volunteers to work in all parts of hospice, including palliative customer bolster. The perfect competitor will have hospice-palliative experience and a solid comprehension of melancholy and misfortune. Abilities will incorporate magnificent correspondence, relationship building, and customer appraisal. An energy for volunteers and the esteem they can convey to a family amid ailment and pain, and additionally a solid comprehension of the significance of sound limits and hazard evaluation will be basic resources.
Amusement, Health or social administrations related degree, recognition or proportional blend of instruction and experience
Encounter directing, preparing, and supporting volunteers
Earlier work involvement with direct customer administrations, seniors or in palliative care
Experience, instruction and additionally preparing in palliative care and misery and mourning, a solid comprehension of the physical, psychosocial and profound necessities of individuals who are at death’s door, their parental figures, and the individuals who are dispossessed are viewed as fundamental aptitudes for this position
Hours of Work: 75 hours bi-week after week, some adaptability to work intermittent nights and ends of the week
Necessity: go inside Colchester East Hants will be required; officeholder must have admittance to a dependable vehicle
Pay and Benefits: The Hospice Society offers a focused compensation and advantage bundle.
To apply for the above position, please forward a cover letter and resume stating qualifications, experience, and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please quote competition number HVC1216-CB when applying.