EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Thank you for your interest in Talbot Hospice! Resumes and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis as we are always looking for exceptional individuals to join our outstanding team of professionals. Talbot Hospice is an equal opportunity employer. Please send your letter of inquiry with resume and application to tcorbin@talbothospice.org or to Talbot Hospice, Attention: Human Resources, 586 Cynwood Drive, Easton, Maryland, 21601.
Currently, the following employment opportunities are available:


BEREAVEMENT COORDINATOR
Full time, salaried position, generally daytime with some evenings and weekends as required.

Talbot Hospice is seeking a creative and compassionate individual that has a love for helping and supporting families at end of life and a vision for developing new bereavement programs and services.

Providing support in your area of expertise, you will make a meaningful contribution to quality hospice care, changing one life at a time.

This position is responsible for the supervision of and overall management of a bereavement program. Responsibilities include the planning, implementation, maintenance and provision of services necessary to patients, bereaved clients, identified caregivers, hospice staff, and the community at large.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, related field. MSW, LSCW, or LSCW-C.
  • Three years of experience in family and/or individual counseling with experience in grief and loss counseling and a preferred previous clinical experience.
  • Knowledge of grief and bereavement counseling; understanding of physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs of terminally ill patients and their caregivers.
  • Experience working with culturally diverse audiences and able to work with children, families and individuals in all age groups.
  • General computer skills necessary.

MUSIC THERAPIST
Talbot Hospice is accepting applications for a board certified music therapist to provide services to patients in their home and at our Hospice House on Cynwood Drive 4-8 hours per week. Must have the ability to evaluate a patient’s cognitive and motor skills and response to music stimuli. Utilization of various music techniques and materials required such as playing instruments, singing and improvisation. Individual will provide services in accordance with the hospice plan of care. Previous hands-on experience with the elderly and/or infirmed preferred. This position is considered an independent contractor.