Spiritual Care Coordinator Role and description Spiritual Care Coordinator Hours of work: 22.5 Hospice Pay Band: 4 £19,459 - £23,024 pro rata ‘Happy to talk about Flexible Working’ This service is designed to offer spiritual support to patients and their families/carers on our In Patient Unit and in our Day Hospice. The service provides extra support through the use of volunteers. Have you got experience of coordinating volunteers in a social care setting? Do you have a professional, positive attitude? Can you remain calm and prioritise effectively under pressure and in highly emotive situations? If you can answer yes to these questions and you enjoy working within a busy team this post could be for you. The Spiritual Care service will provide spiritual support to patients their families/carers. The successful candidate will enjoy working collaboratively with colleagues and sensitively with patients, their families/carers of all faiths and none. You will work as a key member of a multidisciplinary team and participate in the overall holistic care provision for our inpatient and Day Hospice Services; you will manage a team of Spiritual Care volunteers developing links with other health care providers and faith leaders. Key duties include: Leading volunteer recruitment and coordinating training Organising and monitoring the work of Spiritual Care Volunteers Collating service feedback and supporting on monthly project reporting Supporting a wider multi- disciplinary team Ensuring any safeguarding concerns are reported according to Hospice policies and procedures Responding to complaints and complements and monitoring any trends You should have a qualification in Volunteer Management (at least VRQ 3) or equivalent, good IT skills and knowledge of delivering social care services for adults. It is essential that you are an excellent communicator with a high level of emotional intelligence and able to work flexibly to meet the needs of the role which may include some out of hours working. For further information about this role, please contact Vicky Ross on 0121 752 8749. You can download a job description, application form and equalities monitoring form by clicking on the links below: Job Description & Person Specification Application Form Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form You must complete an application form. CVs will not be accepted with a completed application. Completed forms should be returned to: [email protected] Closing date: Noon, 4th October 2019 Interview date: 16th October 2019 Registered charity no 503456 The Hospice is committed to developing a diverse workforce, representative of the communities it serves. We ask you, therefore, to complete the Equal Opportunities monitoring form to help us in this aim.