Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care Chaplain in Akron, Ohio
The Hospice Chaplain stewards the art of compassion by supporting patients and families through the end of life journey through spiritual connection.
Death is a meaningful experience.
Living the best life in our final moments requires caregivers who want to address fear and change the conversation to what is sacred.
Stewarding the end of life journey well requires an unwavering clinical skill set balanced by the art of compassion.
We believe compassion should not be a transaction. So we ask ourselves every day how do we do more . . . as caregivers, as a team, and as an organization.
We believe no one should die alone. So we put patients before profit to ensure a member of our team can be at the bedside.
Crossroads exists because the model of healthcare today is full of ultimatums rather than choices. Look, we understand this business is difficult, it's part of what drives us to stand up and find new ways to satisfy the heart of what drives our teams to do more.
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Nonjudgmental and inclusive presence
Spiritual Care experience working with terminal individuals, family members, and clinicians
Knowledge and commitment to hospice philosophy of care
Awareness of end of life practices associated with different faith traditions
Hospice care experience preferred (one-year minimum)
Excellent communication skills; both verbal and written
Ability to work independently and as a member of hospice care team
Ability to use electronic medical resources for care plans, interventions, and documentation
Meet federal and state requirements regarding criminal/abuse background checks
Proof of valid driver’s license and reliable, insured transportation
Provide or coordinate spiritual care support to patients, family members, and caregivers
Conduct spiritual assessments of patients and family members in timely manner as required
Assist with bereavement follow-up care as appropriate in collaboration with bereavement coordinator
Participate as member of hospice team in regularly scheduled care conferences, hospice admissions, and Interdisciplinary Group (IDG) meetings
Provide emotional/spiritual support to hospice team members as needed
Develop and maintain relationships with local spiritual leaders
Participate in quality improvement programs and services
Participate in weekend on-call rotation as designated
Ecclesiastical endorsement by faith group/denomination
Minimum of two units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) from Accredited ACPE Center Required
Master of Divinity degree or equivalency preferred
Shift: Mon to Fri 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM with an on call rotation that will include weekends and evenings
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