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Summary 13;
Responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling the activities, operations, policies and procedures for the Social Workers, Chaplains, and the Hospice Bereavement program. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision and Values.
Education/Experience/Licensure 13;

Education/Formal Training
Work Experience


Masters degree in Social Work or Divinity from an accredited program.

:Minimum of five years of professional practice beyond Masters Degree, with Hospice experience preferred.

:Minimum of three years of progressive management experience.

Current licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state in which work is performed.


Certification as a Board Certified Chaplain (BCC) from one of the following:
:Association of Professional Chaplains (APC)
:National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC)
:National Association of Jewish Chaplains (NAJC)


:Ordination, licensing or commissioning by ones faith group and ecclesiastical endorsement (or eligible for endorsement) by a recognized faith group for ministry as a Chaplain in a healthcare setting.


Knowledge/Skills/Abilities 13;
:Demonstrates experience with targeted counseling of individuals/families/children using a broad range of clinical treatment modalities.
:Knowledge and understanding of grief and bereavement as would be obtained from training or related work experiences.
:Evidence of experience and understanding in effectively leading, managing individuals and groups.
:Evidence of effective speaking and writing skills.
:Organizational skills in working with volunteers and community groups.
:Intermediate computer skills for word processing and documentation.
:Ability to work without close supervision and to exercise independent judgement.
:Ability to organize multiple tasks and projects and maintain control of work flow.
:Ability to lead and motivate individuals and groups of people toward the accomplishment of work and organizational goals.
:Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of Associates, management, physicians, and patients and their families.
:Possession of a working automobile with current drivers license and current auto liability insurance. 13;
Key Job Responsibilities 13;
:Manages and coordinates Hospice bereavement services including the evaluation of support needs, coordination of the assessment process, development of bereavement assessments, follow:up care plans, and leadership and supervision to bereavement support groups.
:Manages the activities of Associates in assigned areas; monitors Associates performance and clarifies work expectations, and assists with goal setting; promotes cooperation among individuals and groups. Develops and implements processes through orientation, training and education to ensure that the competence of all staff members is assessed, maintained, improved and demonstrated throughout their employment.
:Oversees the daily support services operations assuring efficiency. Provides supervision for daily staffing issues and patient needs.
:Develops and monitors budgets for assigned areas, authorizes expenditures. Assists in the development and implementation of plans to control costs and improve department operations.
:Develops and maintains performance standards to include quality assessment/improvement programs. Develops and recommends procedures to improve operational efficiency and quality of service provided.
:Interprets, administers, and executes policies and procedures for the organizational unit. Recommends policy modifications.
:Advances the profession through participation in professional organizations, and completes the required continuous training and education to include department spec


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