A Chaplain in the Department of Chaplaincy Services provides spiritual care and support to patients and their families according to established policy and protocol. A Chaplain works in concert with other clinical staff to assess the spiritual, religious and cultural needs of patients and their families and plan and provide care respectful of religious and cultural diversity. A Chaplain involves and coordinates care with the patient or family's minister of religion when permission to do so is given. Chaplains work to interpret and fulfill the Hospital's mission to provide compassionate, high quality care. Candidate will need past ED, ICU, Trauma experience.
0800-1630 &/or 1500-2330 with occasional weekends ( 0800-2030 or 2000-0830)
Education Requirements**Combination of relevant education and experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
*4 year / Bachelor's Degree (Required)
Certification and Licensure Requirements
*1 Unit of CPE (Required)
Experience and Skills
*1+ Year Chaplain Residency in a Acute Care Setting (Required)