• Protestant Chaplain

    Location US-NY-New York
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/2/2019 3:43 PM)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    ArchCare Community Services
    Experience (Years)
    Pastoral Care
    Work Days Per Week
    Shift Start Time
    9:00 AM
    Shift End Time
    5:00 PM
    Per Diem
    # Hours
  • Overview

    The Protestant Chaplain is a full member of the healthcare team. He/She ministers to the spiritual, emotional, psychological and cultural needs of residents, family members/loved ones and care members.


      • As a member of the Interdisciplinary team, provides pastoral care to all residents using assessment process, clinical skills, and various other programming and resources.
      • Provides Worship and Memorial Services.
      • Facilitates and assisst at worship services provided by other clergy and volunteers.
      • Documents pastoral visits in the EMR.
      • Attends Morning Report and Palliative Care meetings in order to confer with clinical team.
      • Provides pastoral care to residents of all faiths on palliative care and at end of life; provides spiritual and bereavement support to family/loved ones and staff.
      • Assists with Pastoral Care Volunteer assignments.
      • Participates in institution-wide meetings, committees and in-services.
      • Assists the Director of Pastoral Care with related duties and projects as directed.
      • Provides in-service programs to staff as needed.
      • Models the Mission and Core Values of ArchCare.



    • Master’s degree in theology, divinity, religious studies, pastoral ministry, or pastoral care and counseling.
    • Completed, or in the process of completing, at least Four Units of accredited Clinical Pastoral Education (C.P.E.)
    • Certification (or certification eligible) by Association of Professional Chaplains or related Association.
    • Two years of pastoral care experience in a healthcare setting.
    • Compassionate pastoral care to the sick in a health care setting.

    • Develop and Lead Worship/Prayer services including Memorial Services

    • An interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to pastoral care and patient/resident health that recognizes persons of varying faith traditions or of no faith tradition.

    • Sensitivity and respect for religious, spiritual, and cultural diversity.

    • Practical knowledge and adherence to the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services.

    • Knowledge and experience of end of life and ethical decision making.

    • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with colleagues, volunteers, and community members.

    • Flexibility to adapt to ongoing change and work in a fast paced, customer service driven health care environment.

    • Excellent communication and organizational skills.



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