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In accordance with the mission and philosophy of Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, the Staff Chaplain is a professional who assumes responsibility and accountability for providing pastoral care for patients and their families. He/she applies the Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
Supervised hospital chaplain experience of at least one year, which may include Clinical Pastoral Education.
Bachelor's Degree in theological field/behavioral science.
Successful completion of four units of Clinical Pastoral Education is required.
Completion of all annual required education and any updated safety training as well as maintaining their particular chaplain association membership dues and/or annual certification fees in order to retain certification status.
Completes and maintains required unit specific training.
Eligibility for Certification by Association for Professional Chaplains (APC), National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC) or other recognized Pastoral Care organization within 2-3 years from date of hire.
Understands and is able to apply the Ethical & Religious Directives of Catholic Healthcare.
Excellent communication and pastoral counseling skills.
Sensitivity to diverse religious and cultural practices and values.
Ability to function effectively in crisis and under stress.
Ability to relate to and be supportive of other members of the hospital staff.
Capable of theological reflection with persons of any faith tradition.
Ability to integrate and apply pastoral perspective and competence in a variety of functions, e.g., interdisciplinary care conferences, in-service education, and group process.
Organizational and administrative skills.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating, policy and procedure manuals.
Experience in acute care, hospice or long term care.
M. Div. or Masters.
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