At Three Oaks Hospice, we recognize the profound impact of spiritual and grief care within our communities, especially during the delicate journey of end-of-life care. Our commitment extends beyond medical needs, embracing our patients’ and their families’ emotional and spiritual well-being. In this significant season of life, we steadfastly promise to Listen, Care and Serve as a trusted partner, devoted to providing the highest-quality hospice and palliative care with deep compassion and understanding.

This role is crucial in upholding our mission to bring peace, comfort and solace to those we serve, making a lasting difference in our community.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Grief Counseling Coordination: Assess and deliver grief counseling services, including one-to-one sessions, group counseling, and ongoing follow-up, ensuring timely and appropriate support for family caregivers.
  • Service Evaluation and Planning: Assist in evaluating and planning services to support families on hospice, including organizing weekly support groups.
  • Support for Hospice Personnel: Provide bereavement support to hospice staff coping with work-related grief, including one-to-one counseling and referring to community resources.
  • Community Outreach: Offer bereavement information and referral services to community callers and maintain an updated list of community resources.
  • Team Collaboration: Function independently while seeking and accepting guidance from team and community members.
  • Participation in Hospice Activities: Engage in various hospice activities, including in-service education, staff meetings, and relevant committees.
  • Bereavement Program Development: Plan, expand, and refine the Bereavement Program through annual evaluation and enhancement of services.
Assess and deliver grief counseling services, including one-to-one sessions, group counseling, and ongoing follow-up

Applicant Requirements / Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • Experience working with families, caregivers, and patients dealing with death and dying issues.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Understanding grief responses and experience counseling individuals and/or groups regarding loss.
  • Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance.

Join our compassionate team at Three Oaks Hospice and play a vital role in enriching the lives of those experiencing life’s most challenging journey. Your dedication and expertise as a Bereavement Coordinator will not only support families in their time of need but also contribute to a culture of care and understanding that extends throughout our community.

Apply now to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.


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