The Volunteer Coordinator is a member of the interdisciplinary team who is responsible for representing the volunteers and advocating for volunteer services, identifying needs for volunteers, recruiting volunteers, and assigning volunteers with patients/families.
Supervises all volunteer activity in local area of service.
Maintains the 5% criteria per CoPs.
Assesses patient/family request for volunteer placement and assigns volunteer as appropriate.
Assists with determining recruitment needs related to service area and patient population.
Recruits, trains and retains volunteers for assigned area of service.
Maintains frequent communication with the program volunteers.
Schedules and facilitates volunteer training sessions and in-services.
Networks with community resources and represents the volunteer program within the community.
Represents the volunteer program in team meetings while encouraging use of volunteers.
Serves as a liaison to facilitate communication between the volunteers and staff.
Oversees volunteer visit documentation as received and files appropriately in patient file.
Maintains volunteer recruitment and retention records.
Maintains personnel file on all volunteers and performs annual evaluations and file updates as required.
Records and maintains monthly statistics of volunteer visit and time documentation.
Provides individual volunteer support as needed.
Participates in the coordination of the patients hospice care and in the hospices quality assessment and performance improvement program.
Fulfills other activities as assigned.
Consistently promotes companys core values.
Completes required Curo annual training.
This is a safety-sensitive position.
STATE-SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR:
Revision Date 2/24/2017 (Covers Minnesota, and Iowa)
IOWA: requires the Volunteer Coordinator to implement the written policies and procedures.
MINNESOTA: requires the Volunteer Coordinator to coordinate volunteer services to ensure that they are performed consistent with the individualized plan of care.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Education: Bachelors Degree preferred or four years related experience.
Experience: Some healthcare/hospice or volunteer administration experience preferred. Previous volunteer experience preferred.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registration:
o* CPR Certification
o* Current automobile insurance and valid drivers license
Equipment/Tools/Work-Aids: Must be able to operate computer, facsimile equipment, copier and cell phone/beeper. Must have and maintain transportation to be used for work.
Personal Traits, Qualities and Aptitudes: Sensitivity to the impact of life and death issues faced by individuals with terminal illness; tact in dealing with these patients and their families; ability to support others at a time of crisis. Must be able to demonstrate flexibility by performing a variety of tasks, often changing from one to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure. Communicate effectively with people of all socioeconomic backgrounds. Responsible functioning in the work place, maturity, cooperation, flexibility, tact in dealing with co-workers and all members of the hospice team.
Working Conditions: Office environment with occasional travel to patients homes and/or institutional setting. Potential exposure to infections, communicable diseases, odors, blood, excreta and hazardous materials.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be requested by individuals with disabilities to allow them to perform the essential functions.
Exchange information and communicate verbally and by written word
Must be able to read, write, and comprehend English
Demonstrate active listening skills
Specific vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus
Ambulate on rough surfaces and climb stairs
Endure long periods of driving
Stand, walk and/or sit for extended periods of time.
Lift or move up to 25 lbs
The ability to work in a constant state of alertness and safe manner.
Maintains high standards of integrity and business ethics.
Abides by company rules, policies and procedures, and applicable laws and regulations.
Conducts self in an honest, ethical manner.
Reports promptly any suspected violation of compliance standards via the open door policy.
Reports to the Director of Operations.
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