Overview

 

 

#Sorry - Not Sorry - Were Amazing!

 

Working outside the four walls of a facility or hospital is the dream for many join our team to live the dream.

 

Youll make a difference every single day by providing direct patient care to individuals in their own home environment after their acute stay or surgery. Practice nursing independently, outside the four walls of a hospital or facility, and work with a team that values your critical thinking skills to care for the most vulnerable patients in our communities. Thrive every day through freedom, flexibility and a fast-paced, ever-changing, never-the-same-day-twice environment!

Responsibilities

Participates in interdisciplinary care conferences to assist in assessing the spiritual and emotional needs of patients and caregivers including psychosocial issues, adjustment to illness or disability, status of religious/spiritual coping, supporting others in the process of identifying and applying their own values in decision making.

Demonstrates sensitivity to the needs, customs, or feelings of patient and caregivers.

Makes home visits to attend to patients at end of life.

Provides support and comfort to the dying patient and caregivers, as well as prayer when requested by patient or caregiver.

Provides consultation services to develop individual plans of care addressing patients and caregivers spiritual and emotional needs.

Provides appropriate input regarding spiritual and emotional issues to case manager, caregivers and physicians.

Educates field and office staff in how to assess and address spiritual and emotional needs of patients and caregivers.

Develops and presents orientation and continuing education programs regarding spiritual care, advance directives, bereavement, etc. for employees.

A Pay Per Visit Rates is the reasonable estimate that MercyOne in good faith believes it might pay for this particular job based on the circumstances at the time of posting. MercyOne may ultimately pay more or less than the posted range as permitted by law.

Qualifications

Bachelors Degree and a Masters Degree in Theological Studies or Masters Degree of Divinity from an accredited school, or equivalent.Completed four units of appropriately accredited Clinical Pastoral Education.

Certification by a professional certifying agency or equivalent, or ecclesiastical endorsement.

One year Chaplain experience.

Have competencies for chaplaincy, including exhibiting a high level of interpersonal, facilitative and communication skills and ability to do theological reflection.

Demonstrated ability to work with patients at end-of-life and with the elderly. Exhibits a high degree of independence and reliability.

Strong written and verbal skills.

Ability to work closely with a wide range of professionals or a multi-disciplinary team.

Interpersonal skills that facilitate inter- and intra-team/departmental communication.

Excellent organizational and time management skills.

Excellent attention to detail.

Certification by NACC or APC or eligibility for certification.

Job Details:

Posted Date : 2022-05-06

Job type : Full Time

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