Under the supervision of both the Director of Spiritual Care and the Manager of Palliative Care, the Palliative Care/Home Health Chaplain provides direct spiritual care, including on-calls, to patients, families and staff served by the Ambulatory Palliative Care program and the Home Health program. The Chaplain teaches in-services, educational and restorative events to staff and helps mentor CPE students. The incumbent assists the Director in ensuring that the goals and objectives of the Spiritual Care department are met.
Master's Degree Divinity or Equivalent Required
Ordination in Recognized Faith Group
Faith Group Endorsement
APC- Association of Professional Chaplains (Clinical Pastoral Education), NACC, NAJC, or CASC Achieved Prior to or within 12 months of hire
Sensitivity to diverse religious and cultural practices and values.
Ability to work collegially and under supervision to facilitate a cohesive and effective ambulatory palliative care service and home health service
Ability to function effectively in crisis and under stress, particularly in a high volume work environment
Excellent skill in forming empathetic spiritual care relationships with diverse patients and families in individual or small group settings
Proficient in Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point).
08.0 - 08:00 - 17:00 (United States of America)
Scheduled Weekly Hours
John Muir Health