Psychosocial Spiritual Clinician – London

 

 

Psychosocial Spiritual Clinician

Permanent
Full-time position
Part-time hours will be considered

St. Joseph’s Hospice is a charitable, faith-based organization that offers compassionate holistic care and support to people living with a palliative illness. Support is extended to their family members and caregivers and to those grieving the loss of a loved one. Hospice programs and services are offered at no cost and are available irrespective of age, gender, religion, race, ethnicity or economic status.

St. Joseph’s Hospice is excited to recruit for the position of Psychosocial Spiritual Clinician. We serve our residents, clients, and caregivers in our 10-bed residence and in the community. We also have an agreement to provide spiritual support to the London Middlesex Palliative Care Outreach Team.

The Psychosocial Spiritual Clinician supports a variety of programs and services designed to promote a person-centred, seamless approach to care, supporting the Psychological, Spiritual, Social, Practical, End of Life Care/Death Management and Loss and Grief Domains of Care of individuals and their loved ones throughout the Palliative Care – Chronic Disease Continuum, including bereavement.

Key Accountabilities include, but are not limited to:

SPIRITUAL CARE and COUNSELLING:

  • Through spiritual care assessments identifies, guides and facilitates the spiritual support and/or interventions for the unique faith needs of individuals in our Residential and Community Programs and the London-Middlesex Palliative Care Outreach Teams (PCOTs), and their identified circle of care.
  • Builds strong relationships with various faith leaders to optimally address the diverse faith, cultural and spiritual needs of those we serve, communicating and facilitating connections with established Client faith supports, as appropriate;

PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION and EVALUATION:

  • In collaboration with members of the interdisciplinary team, provides input into the direction of spiritual and supportive care programming to meet the diverse needs of those we serve.
  • Adheres to the theoretical framework for spiritual and supportive care service provision.
  • Ensures services are:
  • reflective of the Mission, Vision and Values of St. Joseph’s Hospice, and in alignment with our Strategic Plan; and
  • evidence-informed and delivered in an effective and equitable manner.

QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform essential duties satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and /or abilities required.

  • Master’s Degree in Counselling, Social Work, Religious, Theological or Pastoral studies
  • University degree in Religious, Theological or Pastoral studies is preferred
  • Member of Canadian Association for Spiritual Care (CASC) is preferred
  • Certificate in Grief and Bereavement or Thanatology from a recognized post-secondary institution is preferred
  • Demonstrated relationship management skills consistent with the Mission, Vision, and Values of St. Joseph’s Hospice
  • Willingness to work flexible hours and possess reliable personal transportation and be approved by insurance carrier to drive personal vehicle

St. Joseph’s Hospice is an equal opportunity employer and we will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code. Upon individual request, hiring processes will be modified to remove barriers to accommodate those with disabilities. If you require any accommodations to fully and fairly participate in the application, interview or selection process, please contact Human Resources at (519) 438-2102 ext. 257 or fran.doig@sjhospicelondon.com and we will endeavour to provide a suitable accommodation in a manner that takes into account your accessibility needs.

To apply, please submit your resume and covering letter to:

Fran Doig
Human Resources Coordinator
St. Joseph’s Hospice
fran.doig@sjhospicelondon.com

We thank all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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