The chaplain is an ordained or lay minister of spiritual integrity. The chaplain, as a member of the health care team, is directly responsible for the implementation of the mission, values, policies and procedures of the department of Spiritual Care. A chaplain offers holistic ministry which addresses the spiritual, religious, emotional and sacramental needs to patients, families and caregivers. The chaplain provides a ministry of presence, seeking to embody compassion and to promote healing as they accompany individuals and families on their journey through illness, and at times, through death. The chaplain communicates with patients, families and members of the health care team in an effort to enhance dignity, autonomy and self respect as well as a sense of hope and spiritual well-being. The chaplain individualizes patient care based on the unit population assigned, by applying age-related concepts, including knowledge of growth and development, communication, and specific spiritual issues.
Master's Degree (M. Div. and/or M.A.) from an accredited college, seminary, university or theological institute in theology, spirituality, ministry, or closely related field or equivalent educ/experience
Coursework/Training - At least 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education approved by Director of Spiritual Care Services
Coursework/Training - Training in communication skills, referral/resource opportunities, documentation ( e.g. charting, spiritual assessment).
2 years Successful clinical and/or pastoral experience in healthcare setting or other ministerial service
Required within 3 years of hire National Chaplain Certification
- 4 years Successful clinical and/or pastoral experience in healthcare setting or other ministerial service
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Requsition ID: 132024
Company: Providence Jobs
Job Category: Pastoral Care
Job Function: Community Service
Job Schedule: Part time
Job Shift: Variable
Career Track: Business Professional
Department: 3030 CHAPLAINCY SERVICES WA PSPH OLYMPIA MAIN 1ST FLOOR MAIN ENTRY NORTH 1
Address: WA Olympia 413 Lilly Rd NE
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