Reporting to the Executive Director, the Bereavement Coordinator provides ongoing support to bereaved clients, assesses referrals and needs of clients, and assigns and supports volunteers in the delivery of additional grief and loss support programs. The Bereavement Coordinator develops and implements support services in response to the recognized areas of need in the community. The Bereavement Coordinator provides a progressive and innovative approach to service delivery and program management, including project planning, prioritization, and implementation. The Adult Bereavement Coordinator works in partnership with the Youth and Young Adult Coordinator, in facilitation of the overall bereavement services program.
Founded over 30 years ago, Crossroads Hospice Society (CHS) has the honour of serving the communities of Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. As a non-profit society, CHS supports its communities through its 10-bed stand-alone hospice residence, as well as Grief and Loss Services, and its Thrift Store. The Hospice allows individuals to live their final days in peace and comfort in a home-like setting. CHS is supported by an incredible team of employees and more than 200 volunteers.
Crossroads Hospice Society (CHS) offers employees the opportunity to engage in the community in a tangible and meaningful way. We provide compassionate care to people with life-limiting illnesses and support families through their bereavement journey. Making connections and exploring one's own personal growth and development are fundamental to what makes CHS an amazing place to work.
We will interview candidates as they apply until the right candidate is found.
Full-time, Fixed term contract
From $26.50 per hour
Following all provincial guidelines.
Please send your resume and cover letter Attn: Janice Boyle, ED to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will be interviewed on an ongoing basis until a successful candidate is found.