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Social Worker NSW – Redeemer Health Home Care & Hospice – Assists in meeting the psychological needs of patients/families and enables patients to utilize health care in order to achieve their optimal level of health.  CONNECTING TO MISSION: Redeemer Health Home Care & Hospice’s ability to continue the rich heritage of the Sisters of the Holy Redeemer and care, comfort and heal in the home is directly related to the talents, motivation and accomplishments of our employees.  A primary way staff connect to our mission is by collaborating with all team members in promoting an environment that provides quality, compassionate, holistic, patient-centered care and supports all internal and external customers.  Required: Master’s degree from an accredited school of social work, 1-2 years post-graduate degree, experience in a health care setting (hospital/home care preferred).  Flexible, sound judgment, customer oriented, organized, keeps professional demeanor at all times.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Available to work flexible hours, with weekends and holidays included.  Knowledge of general disease process.  Knowledge of family dynamics and interpersonal relationships.  Able to travel to patient’s home within service area.  Able to use office equipment – i.e., computer, tablet, cellphone.  Minimum Level of Education: MSW.  Valid driver’s license required.  LSW or LCSW a plus.  Job Location: Cape May Co. (FT) or Ocean Co. (PRN).  Apply at https://careers.holyredeemer.com/search-results?keywords=msw.  Contact Wendy Smith at [email protected].  [123022]

Part-Time Volunteer/Bereavement Coordinator – Homeside Hospice, a nurse owned and operated hospice, is looking for a highly motivated, dependable, independent candidate for a Part-Time Volunteer/Bereavement Coordinator.   Responsible for the coordination and supervision of all volunteer activities, ongoing development and expansion of volunteer services.  Educates volunteers on policy and procedures within agency guidelines.  Provides volunteers for office support and direct care needs.  Offers ongoing continuing support and education for volunteers.  Recruits, screens and selects prospective volunteers.  Coordinates and supervises all volunteer activities on a daily basis.  Responsible for coordinating essential bereavement services and tasks, including: Insures the provision of the appropriate level of bereavement care needed by caregivers of deceased hospice patients; Monitors, reviews and coordinates bereavement outreach efforts, such as mailings and phone calls, to deceased patients’ caregivers.  Works with administrative office staff to ensure that bereavement cards are accurate, signed and mailed within accepted time limits.  Experience in health service and skill in administrative functions preferred.  Homeside Hospice offers medical and dental insurance for 30 hours a week or more, and PTO benefits for part-time employees.  Competitive pay, PTO/vacation, in-house continuing education, flexible shifts and schedules, supporting and caring management team.  Located in Clark, NJ.  Contact Jennifer at [email protected] – 732-381-3444.  [120222]

 

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