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Director, Living with Advanced Illness
1.0 FTE, Permanent
 
HOSPICE CALGARY

Hospice Calgary has been guiding children, teens, and adults through the grieving process as they face advanced illness and death of a loved one for over 30 years. Our team of professionals provide individual, family and group support as well as 24-hour end-of-life care. We promise to have the difficult conversations about death, dying, and grief while hearing everyone’s unique story and responding with compassion.

Position Summary:

As the demographics in Alberta change and our population ages, there is a greater need for support in the community to help people with advanced illness stay at home, as long as they are able and to help improve their quality of life while at home. The Director of Living with Advanced Illness Centre oversees the Centre’s day-to-day activities and assumes primary responsibility for the supervision and development of the Living with Advanced Illness Centre team.  This includes helping expand our services with exciting changes coming this fall!

The Ideal Candidate:

Is Passionate About Community-Based Hospice and Palliative Care

The ideal candidate understands emotional support is just as vital as physical care when dealing with advanced illness. They actively engage and lead education and awareness building initiatives related to advanced illness from patient, family, and caregiver perspectives. They are excited to strengthen and expand community-based programming for a greater impact.

Is an Experienced Clinician With a minimum of 5 years clinical case management and program development, the candidate has a Master’s Degree and current registration with a professional association. They have advanced critical thinking and problem solving skills to work through complex situations.

Is a CollaboratorAn exceptional communicator and people person, the ideal candidate works within a consensus decision making model. They have a strong sense of inquiry, understand the importance of context when developing solutions, and have high e emotional intelligence. They like to be involved in community networks, strengthen partnerships, and keep up with emerging trends.

 Qualifications & Competencies:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Nursing, Counselling, or related discipline is required.
  • Current registration with professional association is required.
  • Expertise in end-of-life, grief and trauma clinical practice.
  • 5 years progressive experience with clinical case, program development, and management.
  • Successful record of establishing and maintaining effective and professional relationships within the social services sector.

 For Complete Job Description and Qualifications:

View the full job description at https://www.hospicecalgary.ca/careers

Applications will be accepted until suitable candidates are found. Only qualified applicants will be contacted.

Submit resume and cover letter with attention to Staff Name, Title hiring@hospicecalgary.ca  

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Mission Statement

Working together to promote and support
competency in clinical counselling & psychotherapy.