Bereavement Coordinator – LCSW or MFCC in the Greater San Jose area
Sign on bonus eligible up to $10,000
Hybrid Position. Full Time - 40 hours
Responsible for the home health, hospice, and bereavement social services programs. Provides fiscal management, designs and provides training, and monitors the on-going volunteer activities.
• Consults and provides resource to designated interdisciplinary team members to maximize patient care outcomes and resource utilization.
• Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
• Provides supervisory oversight regarding skills development, individual competency, capability and positive outcome participation as a team member in the development of integrated care plans, focusing on collaboration, and results oriented implementation functions.
• Manages staff to meet administrative expectations in the areas of standards of practice, policies and procedures, annual departmental goals and objectives, quality improvement, and licensure and accreditation.
• Designs, implements, monitors and evaluates the bereavement program services on an on-going basis for effectiveness and applicability. Oversees the bereavement volunteers.
• Responsible for developing and maintaining community relations and all community liaison activity.
• Provides primary lead for outside presentations, convening informational workshops, meetings and training sessions.
• Participates in the departmental quality assurance program, evaluating the social services and bereavement activities.
• Monitors and maintains the budget. Identifies and recommends opportunities for cost savings.
• Minimum three (3) years of experience in program management, supervision, or oversight responsibilities, as well as direct counseling work with individuals/groups, in a health care setting.
• Minimum three (3) years of counseling experience.
• Master's degree in counseling, social work or related field.
License, Certification, Registration
• Current professional licensure (LCSW or MFCC), or certification.
• Must be licensed in CA
• Understanding of new and innovative organizational change processes.
• Demonstrated expertise in working with grief /loss issues and crisis intervention.
• Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
• Experience in budget management, program planning, program development, and strategic planning.
Competitive compensation - $115,100 - $135,000 and excellent benefits package