The Chaplain is responsible for the delivery of pastoral care to patients, their loved ones, and, as appropriate, staff. S/he will have responsibility to ensure that the religious and spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones are met. Conducts Liturgical and ecumenical services, assesses situations and responds appropriately, especially in crisis.
Bachelor’s Degree: Theology, Pastoral Counseling required.
Master’s Degree: Theology, Pastoral Counseling or Pastoral Ministry preferred.
Maintains NACC/APC certification and adheres to their requirements for continuing education.
Counsels those dealing with the mystery of suffering and death
Relates with sick and disabled children
Establishes trusting relationships
Respects the Faith of others
Conducts Liturgical and ecumenical services
Assesses situations and responds appropriately, especially in crisis
24 Hours per week