Employment Opportunities

Please note that St. Joseph’s Hospice is not recruiting in the Philippines. A fraudulent email and Facebook page has been set up under the guise of St. Joseph’s Hospice offering paid training at our organization. We are doing what we can to have these reported and removed. All jobs available at St. Joseph’s Hospice will always be communicated through our website at sjhospicelondon.com. If you see a position for St. Joseph’s Hospice listed elsewhere or emailed to you that is not reflected on our website, please call us at 519-931-3460. Thank you for your patience with this matter.

At. St. Joseph's Hospice, we value integrity, innovation and leadership. To view and apply for positions, please click on the highlighted posting title.  If you are experiencing difficulties with the site, please contact us at 519-931-3460.

Director of Hospice Operations (St. Joseph's Healthcare Society)

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Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers Needed: Volunteer Drivers

Volunteer Drivers

St. Joseph's Hospice is currently looking for volunteer drivers. Volunteer drivers take our palliative and bereaved clients to and from appointments at our Wellness Centre at Hospice. They also take our palliative clients to medical appointments in the community. Proof of vehicle insurance is required.

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Monthly Program Calendars

Clients and caregivers come to St. Joseph's Hospice to share experiences, support one another, and engage in a variety of complementary therapies, peer support groups or other programming that promotes their well-being. All programs are offered in our Hospice Home or in partnership with other community agencies.

Calendars are updated each month.

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Four Elements for Hospice

Thank you to everyone who supported Four Elements for Hospice: EARTH 2016. Stay tuned for photos, video and total funds raised!

Four Elements for Hospice: Earth 2016

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Spirituality

In this brief video, Spiritual Care Coordinator Brian Klooster - along with several faith and cultural leaders in the community and family members who have experienced hospice care - talk about their experiences with spirituality at the end of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a hospice?

Hospices are community based organizations and facilities run by both professional health care providers and trained volunteers to provide individuals and their families with a place of comfort and support while facing the end-of-life journey. Many hospices, including St. Joseph's Hospice, offer a two pronged approach to care; community-based programs and services and residential care.

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Why do I support Hospice?

Four Elements for Hospice: EARTH 2016 supporters tell us why Hospice is a cause near and dear to their hearts. Markus and Ann Marie Brunner were first introduced to St. Joseph’s Hospice last March when Markus’ mother was transferred to Hospice from the hospital in Sarnia. 

 Markus and Ann Marie Brunner - Hike for Hospice 2015 

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Obiter Dicta 2016
Obiter Dicta 2016

Obiter Dicta is Western Law's annual talent show, with proceeds supporting St. Joseph's Hospice, taking place Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 at the London Music Hall.
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About St. Joseph's Hospice

St. Joseph’s Hospice is a faith-based organization that provides quality of life at the end of life, offering compassionate holistic care and support to people living with a terminal illness. Support is extended to their family members and caregivers, and to those grieving the loss of a loved one. Hospice programs and services are offered at no cost and are available irrespective of age, gender, religion, race, ethnicity or economic status.

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