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PASTORAL CARE CHAPLAIN
Adrian, Michigan – The Adrian Dominican Sisters seek a Pastoral Care Chaplain to join our four person ecumenical team in promoting the dignity of each Sister and enabling her to thrive in a supportive environment. Chaplains provide a wide range of pastoral services integrating the many aspects of Catholic spirituality experienced by the Sisters in the Dominican Life Center, a Continuing Care Retirement Community located on the Motherhouse campus in Adrian, Michigan.
Qualifications include: Graduate Degree, NACC or APC certification or demonstrated equivalency, preferred background in gerontology, ability to function well under stress and crisis situations. Full time position requires on-call availability and some weekends and holidays.
Robust benefit package includes medical, dental and vision, defined benefit pension plan, paid time off and more. For more info visit www.adriandominicans.org/employment.aspx. To apply email resume and cover letter to: email@example.com– Posted August 11, 2017
Waterloo, Iowa – Covenant Medical Center – Full time opportunity working cohesively with the spiritual care team & other healthcare professionals to facilitate the spiritual well-being of our patients, families, staff and the wider community. Through visitation, spiritual assessment, guidance & direction, prayer, sacramental needs, support groups & family care conferences our chaplains provide an integral part of the healing process.
Master’s degree in Theology, pastoral studies or related field; minimum of 1-year pastoral care experience in healthcare; certified as a Chaplain from NACC, APC or JAJC; and CPE (4 units completed or enrollment in the program with completion of 4 units no later than 1 year from hire) required.
For more information or to apply online, visit our website at www.WheatonIowa.org/employment
EOE/Drug Screen Required– Posted August 10, 2017
SPIRITUAL CARE LEADER
Lake Oswego, OR – Mary’s Woods is a Continuing Care Retirement Community specializing in long term and end of life care. We are seeking for a Spiritual Care Leader to lead a strong interfaith spiritual care team, as well as provide pastoral, sacramental and liturgical services and programs to a diverse community of residents, families and staff.
We are looking for a Candidate that is a Board Certified Chaplain with a Master’s Degree in Theology, Divinity or Spirituality/Pastoral Care with strong experience in long term care.
Mary’s Woods is a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of the Holy Names so having an understanding of Catholic identity and ethical values, along with a great appreciation for other faiths and traditions is preferred.
This position offers a competitive compensation and benefits package. If you feel you meet the above qualifications or wish to explore the opportunities in more detail please visit our website at maryswoods.org/careers and apply online under Careers.– Posted August 3, 2017
Sturgeon Bay, WI – Assists the patient/resident and her/his family in coping with the psychological, social, emotional and spiritual needs in time of illness and/or stress. Provides an atmosphere of concern and recognition of the dignity of the human person in the light of the gospel of Christ. Helps preserve a patient-centered/resident-centered attitude of care. Gives the patient/resident an opportunity to verbalize feelings regarding his/her illness, assesses needs and documents interventions. Promotes a team approach with other disciplines.
Bachelors Degree in Theology, (Masters preferred), Pastoral Counseling or Religious Studies, and a minimum of 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE).
Related Years of Experience Required:
A minimum of two years experience as a Chaplain in a clinical healthcare setting.
Credential/Licensure Required: Certified by NACC, APC or NAJC within first two years of hire.
Shift: 40 hours/ week.323 South 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Apply online at: www.dcmedical.org
Join us on Our DoorWay to Excellence– Posted July 31, 2017
COORDINATOR of CPE PROGRAM
Hartford, CT – Saint Francis (Partners in CPE), Hartford CT, is looking for an Associate or ACPE Supervisor to manage its Level I/Level II CPE programs that include a 9 month Residency, 11 week Summer Intensive, and Extended unit. The salary and benefits are competitive. Saint Francis is a 663 bed, Roman Catholic, Level 2 Trauma Center and is a ministry of Trinity Health Of New England. Contact: Gerald Galipeau, Executive Director of Mission Integration, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, with any questions or to express interest: (860) 714-4880; Gerald.firstname.lastname@example.org– Posted July 20, 2017
DIRECTOR of MISSION INTEGRATION & SPIRITUAL CARE
Medford, Oregon – Providence is calling a Director of Mission Integration & Spiritual Care to Providence Medford Medical Center in beautiful Medford, Oregon.
The Director, Mission Integration & Spiritual Care is responsible for the provision of clinical chaplaincy and spiritual care; provides strategic consultation, mission expertise, and guidance to the Chief Executive of PMMC to ensure organizational and operational fidelity to mission, core values, and vision. Consults with executives and their leadership teams in areas of formation, Catholic identity, and care for the poor and vulnerable, value based decision making, ethical discernment, and spiritual dimensions of ministry.
Required qualifications for this position include:
- Practicing Catholic with a Masters Degree in theology, pastoral ministry or equivalent.
- Evidence of current understanding of Catholic theology and ability.
- Board Certification by the National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC – preferred) or by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC).
- 5 years of work progressively responsible experience providing pastoral/spiritual care, which includes holding a leadership position with operational administrative leaders in a health care setting.
- 2 years of supervisory experience directing a variety of individuals.
- Ability to understand Catholic identity and communicate Catholic principles and tradition.
- Providing strategic direction to operational administrative leaders, leading change and working with others during challenging times.
- Formal training in ethics.
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http://184.108.40.206/counter.php?id=104261– Posted July 20, 2017
SPIRITUAL CARE STAFF CHAPLAIN
Carroll, Iowa – St. Anthony Regional Hospital & Nursing Home located in Carroll, Iowa has an opening for Staff Chaplain in our Spiritual Care Department.
St. Anthony Regional Hospital is a Catholic, not-for-profit, 99 bed facility with an active 79 bed Nursing Home with Hospice. St. Anthony is one of the largest employers in the area with more than 700 skilled and dedicated staff.
St. Anthony patients and residents have access to state-of-the-art equipment, up-to-date treatment procedures and physicians in many specialty areas, including Birth Place, Behavioral Medicine, and Dialysis. Compassionate, inter-faith, cost-effective care is provided in an atmosphere which reflects the organization’s Franciscan heritage, with an emphasis placed on serving each patient’s physical, spiritual, and psychological needs.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Pastoral Care or Spiritual Counseling, including a minimum two units of Clinical Pastoral Education, completion of certification is required within a year of hire. A Master’s degree is preferred and knowledge of Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare is preferred.St. Anthony has a strong and respected reputation for excellent patient care as well as high quality outcome measures.
Caring and compassion are a hallmark of the institution.
Come join our exceptional team of compassionate professionals.
311 South Clark Street
Pre-employment drug screen required.– Posted July 20, 2017
CPE PROGRAM MANAGER POSITION
Indianapolis, IN – Franciscan Health Indianapolis is seeking an experienced and creative CPE Manager to implement an innovative CPE program in our central Indiana hospital. The initial accreditation work has been completed culminating in a successful site visit. We are now ready to move forward with a program that will include extended CPE, summer CPE, distance learning, and the use of our state-of-the-art simulation center. We are seeking an individual who is eager for the opportunity to develop an innovative program making use of all of the available technology. This dynamic CPE program will be conducted in the context of Franciscan Health with its long and deep spiritual heritage.
Candidates for this position should hold certification as an ACPE Supervisor or Associate Supervisor and have 3-5 years’ experience in CPE program management and as a CPE Supervisor. Ability to cooperate and work with others on a professional level is essential. We are seeking an individual with understanding of a hospital organization, procedures, and the fast pace of changes in health care along with familiarity with the Ethical and Religious Directives that govern Catholic Healthcare. Relocation assistance is available.
Franciscan Health has highly recognized the spiritual dimension of those it serves. Franciscan Sisters were the primary providers of spiritual care by their presence and compassion to all in their care. Chaplain ministry is formed by the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Hospitals, the Mission and Values of Franciscan Health and the specific goals of the Spiritual Care Services Department. Spiritual Care Department staffing consists of a director, 12 full-time staff members, and part-time staff who provide 24/7 in-house coverage at the Indianapolis campus and 24/7 coverage at our Mooresville and Carmel hospitals. This group of chaplains is diverse and creative in how they live out our mission of Continuing Christ’s Ministry in our Franciscan Tradition. Come and use your gifts and talents to serve God in a new way.
About Franciscan Health
Franciscan Health is part of Franciscan Alliance, a trusted leader in providing faith-based, integrated health care. Franciscan brings together the latest technology, innovative procedures and the brightest, most compassionate people to serve our patients in Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. Throughout our 14 hospitals and many medical practices, we offer a number of nationally recognized Centers of Health Care Excellence.
For more than 135 years, Franciscan has stayed true to our founding mission to care for everyone who comes through our doors. We treat our patients with the best possible care by following the guiding ethical values embodied by our founding congregation, the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration.
If a career in health care is your calling – and you share our mission of improving the health of our community by being attentive to the body, mind and spirit – then consider joining the Franciscan Health family. Our people work in a faith-based ministry with professionalism and compassionate care. That’s what makes Franciscan Health a great place for a rewarding career in health care.
How to apply
Please submit resume to Teri Dick, recruiter, at Teresa.Dick@FranciscanAlliance.org or call (317) 528-8242 with questions. To apply, please visit us online at www.FranciscanHealth.org/Careers and search “cpe” or “clinical pastoral education.”– Posted July 20, 2017
DIRECTOR of PASTORAL CARE
Bon Secours Health System – Baltimore, MD
Work with a system that brings compassion to health care
Bon Secours Health System is seeking a Director of Pastoral Care to join its team in Baltimore, MD. The Director is responsible for managing the Pastoral Care department at Bon Secours Baltimore Hospital. This person oversees and ensures the provision of pastoral care to patients, their loved ones, and the healthcare staff. The Director communicates and acts as a liaison with the religious communities throughout the area, and is part of the onsite managerial team.
Master’s Degree in Divinity, Theology, Spirituality, Ethics, or related field of Ministry required. Candidates must have a broad understanding of the Catholic tradition, the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care, Catholic Social Teachings, and be knowledgeable and understanding of other faiths and traditions. A minimum of 2 years’ clinical pastoral care experience in a health care setting, management experience and certification by an appropriate clinical pastoral agency (preferably NACC) is required.– Posted July 20, 2017
Good Samaritan Hospital, Warwick, NY – The primary function of the Priest Chaplain is to assess the pastoral needs of a particular situation and to offer appropriate pastoral care to the patient, family or staff involved. The Priest Chaplain participates in the programs and ministries of the Department of Pastoral Care, including the development and leadership of prayer services. The Priest Chaplain will minister to persons of varied religious beliefs, ages, and cultures, assisting patients/families/staff in drawing upon their spiritual resources as an important element in the healing and recovery process.
Requirements: Ordination as a priest of Roman Catholic Church; Master’s degree in divinity, theology or related; Chaplain certification through NACC or ACPE or eligible for certification. Two years of pastoral experience preferred.– Posted July 13, 2017
Albuquerque, New Mexico – UNM Hospitals is a 629 bed Level One trauma center that serves Albuquerque and surrounding communities. Our multicultural patient population includes neonatal to geriatric, child and adult behavioral health units. As a member of our Pastoral Care team you will provide spiritual and emotional support to our patients, their families, and our Multidisciplinary teams, as well as offering sacramental and liturgical services. Along with the staff Chaplains you will assist in the professional development of community clergy and religious leaders, and our volunteer Lay Eucharistic Ministers.
The Catholic Chaplain must be a Master of Divinity, Ordained Priest, Board Certification from the National Association of Catholic Chaplains, and two years of directly related experience (prefer Level I Trauma experience). Four Units of Clinical Pastoral Education, Mental health facility inpatient experience; Bio-medical Ethics Committee Member experience and bilingual Spanish are preferred.
We offer a generous compensation package, including medical & dental benefits, paid holidays, vacation & sick leave, tuition reimbursement, and relocation reimbursement.For more information and to apply, please visit
https://www.unmhjobs.com/job/albuquerque/chaplain-catholic/7687/4993779– Posted July 13, 2017
Lima, Ohio – St. Rita’s Medical Center seeks a part-time professional chaplain for our acute care hospital.
- Master’s degree in theology, divinity, religious studies, pastoral ministry, or spirituality from an accredited school required
- Four units of Clinical Pastoral Education preferred
- Certification by NACC, APC, or NAJC (or attainable within 1 year) required
- Availability for periodic on-call coverage, including, weekends and evenings as required
- Weekend and holiday rotation required
- One year healthcare ministry experience required
Hours: 20 hours per two week pay period
Qualified candidates, please email your resume to: email@example.com– Posted June 29, 2017
DIRECTOR of PASTORAL CARE
Chicago, IL – Mercy Circle, a newly constructed continuing care and retirement community sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy located on Chicago’s south side, is seeking a Director of Pastoral Care. This full-time (32 hour/week), benefit-eligible leadership role is responsible for providing spiritual and emotional support and counseling services to residents, families and staff. The Director of Pastoral Care reports to the Executive Director.
- Education: Master of Divinity, theology or other graduate pastoral care or religion degree or equivalent from an accredited institution; three quarters of clinical pastoral education or equivalent chaplain or pastoral experience.
- Certification: Endorsement for ministry by religious group with which chaplain is affiliated (i.e., ordination, denominational endorsement); certification by professional chaplains’ endorsing body (recognized by COMISS); either meets or is actively pursuing requirements for endorsement and certification.
- Job Related Experience: Minimum of three years of pastoral care experience in health care or retirement setting.
- Skills/Knowledge: Possesses compassionate, caring and empathic personality. Ability to relate well with others in an ill, frail or vulnerable condition. Ability to think proactively, acts creatively, and takes initiative appropriately. Excellent communication, critical-thinking, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to work as a part of multiple teams.
- Demonstrates computer proficiency
- Ability to be flexible with work schedule
Mercy Circle is an EOE (Equal Opportunity Employer) and drug-free workplace.
Mercy Circle offers a number of generous and competitive benefits to associates including, but not limited to: medical, dental, vision, disability, life, 403b retirement savings plan, paid time off and tuition reimbursement.
If interested, please submit your resume with salary history to Susan Tirpak, Human Resources Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.– Posted June 29, 2017
CHAPLAIN – Part-Time, Days
Hinsdale, IL and Chicago, IL
Careers that make a
With locations in Hinsdale and Chicago, RML Specialty Hospital specializes in ventilator weaning, wound management and medically complex patient programs that lead the way in respiratory research, advanced treatment and technology. We’re currently seeking:
Chaplain – Part-Time, Days
Chaplains are responsible for providing age and developmentally appropriate spiritual care to hospital patients. Regardless of personal religious affiliation, the chaplain provides a non-denominational approach in assessing and providing patient and family spiritual needs. The Chaplain conducts informal and formal spiritual services to provide support to patients, families and staff in response to identified needs or internal or external events.
Chaplains are part of the Patient/Family Relations Department and work collaboratively with the Patient Ambassador and the Psychologists to mitigate patient and family anxiety related to their illness or progression to the next level of care.
- Four years Clinical Pastoral care experience in hospital setting.
- Experience of counseling patients and family in palliative care, end of life issues and medical ethics.
- Bachelor of Divinity degree
- Certification by a National Pastoral Care Association (NACC/APC.)
There are many reasons why working with RML Specialty Hospital is a great choice for your
- Masters in Pastoral Counseling or related field from an accredited institution
career. Visit our website to find details on all available opportunities and apply online for
EOE– Posted June 22, 2017
PASTORAL CARE ASSOCIATE
Orange, California – Regina Residence, the retirement home for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange (Orange, Ca.) is looking to hire a Pastoral Care Associate to serve our residents. The ideal candidate will have experience in spiritual direction with elder adults, possess a strong work-ethic, flexibility with time/has the ability to be on-call after hours, and be able to adapt to the varying needs (spiritual, emotional, physical, mental) of the population we care for. In addition, the ideal candidate will provide spiritual and emotional support to the employees and serve as a member of the Administrative Team. A strong knowledge of the aging process, dementia, person-centered care philosophy, and experience within a long-term care setting is desirable.
Position Qualifications also include:
- Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Spirituality, Theology, or similar degree; Preferred Education Requirements: Master’s Degree in Spirituality.
- Minimum of 1 year experience; Possesses a working knowledge and understanding about Women Religious; Spiritual Direction Training; Roman Catholic in good standing.
Qualified applicants may send their CV and resume to Leondra Banuelos, Regina Residence Administrator at email@example.com.– Posted June 12, 2017
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