Spiritual Care Coordinator

Did you know that Birmingham St Mary’s and John Taylor Hospices have merged to form The Hospice Charity Partnership?

Together we are on an exciting journey to deliver equitable end of life and palliative care to more people across Birmingham and Sandwell and to help us achieve our vision, we’re looking for enthusiastic Spiritual Care Coordinator to join our Wellbeing Team.

The successful applicant will ensure the delivery of high quality personal and individualised spiritual care to patients and families.  Patients and families receiving care from The Hospice Charity Partnership are our main focus but those in the wider community with current or future palliative care needs are also reached via education of colleagues working beyond the Hospice.  The post holder will also offer pastoral support to staff and volunteers, of all faiths.

If you want the opportunity to make a difference to patients with a life limiting illness and would like to work in a supportive team, we would love to hear from you.  What we offer is a fantastic opportunity to develop experience in a specialist palliative and end of life care setting.  You will be trained by experienced professionals.

The Hospice Charity Partnership offers many benefits including individuals joining the Charity from the NHS or another hospice, the employee’s continuous previous service with any NHS employer is reckonable service in respect of pension provision and benefits.  Flexibility in hours will be considered to suit the right candidate.

Please be aware that we do not hold a Sponsor’s licence and cannot support Visa applications

For more information or an informal chat about the role, please contact Surj Heer, Wellbeing Team Leader on 0121 465 2000, or via email on surjit.heer@nhs.net

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