Support Services Coordinator - Hospice Support Services
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- Excellent Pay and Generous Benefits including a Pension and Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Excellent Team Orientated Culture
- Free Gym for Employees
- "Best Place to work in Monterey County" 11 years in a row!
This position reports to the leadership of the director and assistant director of Hospice of the Central Coast. (S)He is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, training and supervising a sufficient number of volunteers, in compliance with Federal and state regulations to meet the needs of our Hospice patients and Transitions clients. The Support Services Coordinator possesses skills and knowledge to competently provide appropriate volunteer services. This person will work with other team members to prioritize referrals, team projects and manage the resources of the department. This person possesses the skills and knowledge to provide appropriate bereavement services.
(S)He must have knowledge and understanding of the family dynamics with regard to illness, loss, grief and bereavement and be comfortable discussing end-of-life issues. Computer skills are a must. Must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word & Outlook.
Bachelor's degree in either social work, psychology, health care, education, or related field of equivalent in work experience is preferred.
Must possess a valid California driver's license.
This position requires driving. In addition to a valid CA driver's license, the following are required: Automobile insurance as required by the State of California with an acceptable driving record of three points or less, participation in the DMV pull-notice program, and an automobile available for daily work.
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