Spiritual Care coordinator / Bereavement Coordinator

You believe that resident needs should be met with dignity.

You’re a great listener and you empathize with others easily. You’re passionate about providing spiritual care and counseling to residents, their families, and team members. You’re incredibly compassionate, comfortable in an interfaith setting, and are accepting of different lifestyles, cultures, beliefs, and values. We appreciate your ability to connect with others and know you would be an amazing Spiritual Care Coordinator at Ohio Living.


Why Ohio Living is different

  • Close-knit culture. We’re more like a second family here. You’ll get to know your team, our residents and patients, and you’ll appreciate the additional joy it brings to your work.
  • Rewarding work. If you are called to care for others, you’ll find real satisfaction at Ohio Living. This is an environment where you can fully use your skills to comfort, assist and inspire.
  • Excellent staffing ratios. We are not-for-profit and put quality care first, so our nursing team has more time to provide personalized and thoughtful care to each resident which leads to less stress in the workplace for everyone.
  • Attractive pay and benefits. We offer everything you expect, plus shift differentials, a retirement plan, paid time off, education assistance, pay advances up to $500, recognition programs and free meals.
  • Schedules that fit. We’ll work together to find a schedule that meets both your and resident needs.


What you’ll do

We will look to you to complete timely spiritual assessment and initiation of appropriate services for patients and families in the hospice program. You’ll provide direct spiritual care and may receive a request for spiritual care consultation anytime of the day or night by either phone or in-person visit. Most of all, you’ll make sure that you’re identifying the spiritual needs of each patient and their families.


What it takes

  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • Graduate from an accredited seminary or school of theology; or ordained minister in good standing with the denomination from which e/she was ordained
  • Two years experience counseling or working with individuals, families, and caregivers related to death and dying required
  • Experience in a home health, hospice, or long-term care healthcare setting preferred
  • Comfortable in an interfaith setting and have ability to accept different lifestyles, cultures, beliefs, and values
  • Valid drivers license and acceptable driving record required

Ohio Living Home Health and Hospice in Greater Toledo is a premier provider in Defiance, Erie, Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca and Wood counties offering hospice and palliative care, private-duty home care, long-term nursing care, physical/speech/occupational therapies, home health aides, social work services, medication administration, wound care management, IV therapy and more. Most importantly, we’re a company that:

  • chooses to operate as a faith-based, not-for-profit organization
  • makes its mission the heart of our organization by consistently exceeding the needs and expectations of those we serve
  • provides an engaging, recognition centered, team-oriented workplace dedicated to career, family and faith



Why work at Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice?


Depending on an employee’s status, they may benefit from:

  • competitive wages
  • medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 403b retirement savings
  • paid time off including your birthday
  • training, continuing education, and education assistance
  • pay advances up to $500
  • the latest technology
  • mileage reimbursement
  • unlimited career opportunities
  • and much more!



Who is Ohio Living?


Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio Living is one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit, multi-site senior living organizations. Since its founding in 1922, Ohio Living has defined the highest standards of quality of life for adults through its 12 life plan communities and Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice in 50 Ohio counties.


Our mission is to provide adults with caring and quality services toward the enhancement of physical, mental and spiritual well-being consistent with the Christian Gospel.

Our Values:
Care  •  Integrity  •  Customer Service  •  Innovation

Financial Stewardship  •  Leadership  •  Inclusion