The Adjunct Clinical Chaplain will assist the Director of Spiritual Care by serving Randolph Hospital as an on call Chaplain. The coverage period is evening hours from 5PM until 8AM the following day Monday through Friday. The on call chaplain is available to patients, families, and staff for crisis intervention, end of life care or severe emotional and spiritual distress. The adjunct clinical chaplain should have flexibility to assist, as needed, during the workday for staff coverage on a limited basis. Bachelor’s degree preferred associate’s degree a must and at least one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education or completion of a clinical pastoral training program in a health care setting is required. Ordination preferred and an endorsement by a particular church to function in the capacity of Adjunct Chaplain. Ability to function as a professional on the Spiritual Care team to include pastoral assessment, documentation, and collaboration with physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Knowledgeable in End of Life issues, Crisis Intervention, and emotional/spiritual distress issues. A warm and friendly person who can connect easily with person’s in critical situations. 1-5 Years experience in the health care setting.
** This position requires a response time for callbacks of 30 minutes.**