Careers with Chaplaincy Health Care

Chaplaincy Health Care focuses on the entire person – their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

Through all our services we guide, comfort, and care for people experiencing serious illness, end-of-life, behavioral health issues, and grief.

The types of people who thrive here are highly committed and place value on service to others and strive for improvement. We are caregivers in service to our clients, patients, families and each other.

If the values and attributes above resonate with you, we invite you to explore our job listings and the possibility of joining our team. We employ ARNPs, RNs, CNAs, Chaplains, Social Workers, and various administrative staff. To apply for employment, please complete our formal application and background check authorization form.

Current Openings:

Grants Coordinator / Writer

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Part Time / Non-Exempt / 15-20 hours per week


The Chaplaincy Health Care Grants Coordinator is responsible for leading all aspects of the organization’s grant funding portfolio, from new funder prospect research, completing grant applications, to final reporting. The Grants Coordinator will establish and implement the strategy for grant funding for the organization, including identifying opportunities and working with the Development Department to seek funding for both general operating support, programming, special projects, and related initiatives. This position assists in the post-award process, collaborating across departments to ensure grantor requirement fulfillment.


  • Two to four years’ experience managing grant process and writing grants.
  • Demonstrated success writing and managing grants of $10,000 and over from foundation, corporate, and/or government grant funding sources.
  • Thorough knowledge of grant application policies, procedures and processes, including: working knowledge of best practices, grant funding research tools and ability to create grant budgets.
  • Experience with health and human service grants strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated skill in successfully generating significant grant funding resources and maintaining adequate oversight.
  • Proven ability to work effectively and independently across departments in developing, organizing and managing grant proposals and awards.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to adapt writing for various audiences, from institutional funders to members and individual donors, and manage effective fundraising communications across multiple channels.
  • Strong grammar and spelling skills with the ability to independently compose and/or edit materials; experience proofing and editing under tight deadlines.
  • Strong time management, organizational, and follow-through skills.
  • Superior attention to detail.
  • Proficient with Microsoft office tools, database tools, and internet research.
  • Prior experience entering and managing donor/grantor data in a CRM system.
  • Proven skills in organizing resources, establishing priorities, and meeting deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze and interpret financial data and prepare financial reports, grant project budgets, statements and/or projections; knowledge of budgeting and fiscal management principles and procedures.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Lead the grant writing process for all foundation, government, and corporate grant applications and letters of inquiry.
  • Track and fulfill grantor post-award requirements including acknowledgment letters, reporting, and grantor communication, and grantor stewardship.
  • Research, identify/prospect, and develop strategies for new grant funding opportunities.
  • Maintain internal grants tracking for the Development Department, tracking prospects, proposals, awards and visits necessary in support of grant funding efforts.
  • Work collaboratively and cooperatively with all departments to ensure comprehensive and accurate representation of programs, services, accomplishments, participation, etc., both in crafting proposals and in submitting any required reporting on grant-funded activities.
  • Maintain and conduct periodic updates on a library of reference documentation.
  • Review all components of each grant submission, ensuring that the proposal is formatted, packaged, and submitted in accordance with granting agency requirements.
  • Co-lead post-award grant administration to ensure that budgeting and administrative policies, procedures, activity tracking, reporting and any other grantor requirements are followed.
  • Maintain and apply working knowledge of funding trends, best practices in grant writing and grants management, and changes in the funding landscape that affect Chaplaincy Health Care.
  • As needed, assist in the Development Departments’ efforts such as annual fundraising events, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned.

If interested, please apply with a resume and letter of intent to Kassandra Randles, Human Resources Administrator:

Hospice House RN Day Shift

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Full Time
Benefit Eligible

Minimum Qualifications

  • Current Washington State Registered Nurse License
  • Current CPR
  • Current Food Handler’s Card
  • Intermediate Computer Skills
  • Prior Hospice, Home Health, ER or ICU Experience preferred

Position Schedule

  • Variable Days (rotating weekends)
  • 12 Hour shifts

If interested, please apply with a resume and letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director: and

In-Home RN Case Manager

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Full Time
Benefit Eligible

Minimum Qualifications

  • Current Washington State RN License
  • Basic Life Safety Certification (CPR)
  • Intermediate Computer Skills
  • Valid Driver’s License, Reliable vehicle, and current vehicle insurance

Position Schedule

  • Full Time, 40 hour work week, 80 hours per pay period
  • Day Shift
  • Occasional In-Home On Call and/or 2nd Call, and Holiday Call

If interested, please apply with a resume and letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director:

Downloadable Forms

For your convenience, the following forms are available for you to download:

Employment Application

Justifacts Authorization

Washington Access to Criminal History (WATCH) Authorization

We are a diverse group of individuals who share a common set of values: compassion, integrity, humility, passion for the work, and spirituality.

Careers with Chaplaincy Health Care