This role is part of the Family Support Team that offers counselling, social work, cultural support, spiritual care and bereavement support.
You will be focusing on providing spiritual support (wairuatanga) to North Haven Hospice patients and their families/whanau; acknowledging and respecting their unique beliefs, culture and values. This support extends into the bereavement period.
We look forward to hearing from you if you have the following:
At least two years’ experience working with those requiring spiritual support; preferably in the areas of death, dying, loss and grief
Experience working with people with a range of spiritual and religious beliefs
Ideally an appropriate qualification or have had spiritual, theological or philosophical training.
Please note you will be required to have a clear police check under the Vulnerable Children’s Act.
For a copy of the position description please click here.
How to Apply
Applications close at 4pm on Saturday the 5th of May 2018 and should be forwarded to