Chaplain / Supervisory Education Resident
As a collaborative member of the healthcare team, the Chaplain/Supervisory Education Resident provides spiritual care for patients, families, volunteers, hospital and medical staff; participates in departmental activities, denominational and community relationships; performs all duties in ways promoting organizational and departmental missions and values. Provides Clinical Pastoral Education under supervision as outlined in the Certification Manual of the ACPE. Addresses certification steps as outlined in the Manual.
Bachelor's Degree and Theological Degree or equivalent, e.g. M.Div., MTS, STM, etc.
One year Clinical Pastoral Education with demonstrated completion of all Level II outcomes for ACPE.
Ability to meet the entrance requirement of Supervisory CPE as outlined in the ACPE Certification manual.
One to two years of direct pastoral care experience in a healthcare setting beyond the residency year.
Endorsement, by Judicatory or equivalent
Certification by Association of Professional Chaplains, National Association of Catholic Chaplains, or equivalent national organization preferred.
Spiritual perspectives and sensitivity to persons in stress.
Ability to listen well and speak with individuals and small groups.
Keen interest in clinical pastoral education.
Skill with interdisciplinary cooperation.
Excellent communication, systems and teaching skills.
Skill with interfaith cooperation.
Keyboard skills and ability to navigate electronic systems applicable to job functions.
Supports and models the Legacy Preferred Employee Profile.
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