In collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team, you will work closely with physicians, clients, families, and other agencies in the rehabilitation of the client. You will participate in planning, assessment and interventions while ensuring that residents receive safe, quality care that is managed with a focus on customer satisfaction and continual improvement.
Reporting to the site manager, you will have two roles: Spiritual Care Facilitator and Spiritual Care Provider. In your role of facilitator you will invite faith communities’ participation in the religious life of the resident community and oversee the Pastoral Care Volunteer Programme. In your role of provider you will meet the religious and spiritual needs of residents and staff, offer end of life spiritual care and ethics leadership.
As Chaplain you will have the ability to build relationships with residents, families, volunteers and staff. You understand the complexity of bio-ethical issues and work effectively within the care team. In this position, it is essential to appreciate the variety of faith traditions of our multi-cultural society.
Reporting to the Site Manager or designate, and as a member of the interdisciplinary team, the Social Worker works in a professional manner with all disciplines to ensure that individual, holistic care is provided to program participants. The Social Worker assists the participants and families in their understanding of the social, economic and emotional factors related to admission and discharges with The Good Samaritan Society. The Social Worker consults with other members of the health care team, and facilitates the use of community resources to meet participant needs.
Assess participant needs and fit.
Provide counselling services to participants and/or families.
Liaise with appropriate community and government agencies.
Information gathering and assessment of socio-economic environment.
Coordinate participant's initial visit to the site.
Participate on interdisciplinary team to ensure participant needs are met.