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Chaplain Hospital

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 Job Title: Chaplain Hospital
 Company Name: NorthBay Healthcare
 Employment Type: Full Time
 Location: FAIRFIELD, CA, United States
 Department: Spiritual Support Serivces
 Salary: Highly Competitive
 Shift Hours/ Days: Monday through Friday/8:30am-5:00pm
 Shift Details: Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:30pm or 8:30am-5:00pm
 Hours/Pay Period: 80
 Degree Required: B.A.
 Job ID: 13-C7799
 Date Posted: Oct 29, 2013
 Years Experience: 1
 Facility: NorthBay Medical Center
 Category: Clerical
 Location: Fairfield
 Shift: Days
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  Complete Description

Works under the supervision of the Director, Supportive Care Services.  Provides spiritual care services to a diverse population of patients, families, and caregivers of NorthBay Healthcare either directly or through coordination of care with other spiritual counselors.  Provides support to clinical staff.  Communicates respectfully across cultures and with persons of various faiths.  Serves as a liaison between the hospital and community faith groups.  Together with the Director, develops a volunteer group of community pastoral care providers and provides mentoring and proctoring of this group.

Graduate of an accredited (member of CHEA) seminary or school of theology.  Minimum of 2 units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) units preferred. CPE provided by ACPE, NACC or CAPPE. Participation in discipline specific requirements for continuing education.  In addition, personnel are expected to accept personal responsibility for other educational activities to enhance job-related skills and abilities.  All personnel must attend system mandated educational programs. Not required.  Board Certification preferred. Experience in working with persons engaged in traumatic life experience in a health or hospice-related setting, or six months previous work-related experience with grief and loss counseling in the health care setting.  Computer literate with word processing and spreadsheet experience. Excellent interpersonal skills dealing with different lifestyles, cultures, beliefs and values.  Ability to network with community clergy and congregations.  Ability to provide spiritual support in an interfaith setting.  40 hours per week, hours may flex to meet patient/family needs and needs of volunteer pastoral care providers.  Occasional weekends and evenings required. Endorsement by a faith group community to perform ministry.