21st September, 2021
Job Type: Direct
Looking for a smaller community(25K population), that offers a low cost of living(18% lower than US average) and plenty of activities in the area but is within an hour of a large city.
If so, an opportunity exists to work with an integrated health care system based in east central Ohio who is looking for someone to join their team.
The system is a not-for-profit and has over 300 physicians and multiple outpatient care centers throughout the area.
The system is the largest provider in a six county region and a primary referral center.
It offers a higher level of service than what is typically found in a community of its size including open-heart surgery, trauma care, a Level II neonatal intermediate care unit, neurosurgery and comprehensive cancer services.
They are proud of their rich history of serving the community and vow to continue the tradition of healing and caring with compassion, trust, innovation and excellence.
The Chaplain ministers, as members of the interdisciplinary team, providing spiritual support, counsel and advocacy for patients, family members and staff.
They provide instruction related to Advanced Directives, ethics, issues of spirituality and religion, and bereavement.
- Demonstrates skill in communicating effectively through active listening and responding.
- Recognizes and supports religious, spiritual and cultural diversity, including the promotion of the organization’s Catholic Affiliation and Catholic Identity. that are inclusive of the Catholic Sponsorship and elements of the Catholic Ethical and Religious Directives.
- Assists with the usage of the Chapel, including knowledge of appropriate set-up for weekly Mass
- Participates in professional development and formation opportunities
- Participates in the self-evaluation process.
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of crisis intervention theory.
- Utilizes knowledge of Advanced Directives to educate, assist and support customers in ethical decision-making process.
- Exhibits skills as an advocate, negotiator, counselor, facilitator of family conferences.
- Demonstrates the willingness and ability to work with all faith group leaders and lay representatives.
- Consistently demonstrates a team approach within the department and works well as interdisciplinary team members to maintain continuum of care.
- Is alert to and facilitates resolving ethical issues.
- Demonstrates competence in age-specific patient care as appropriate.
- Master’s degree in Divinity or related area required.
- Ideal candidate is a living witness to the Catholic faith through engagement in parish life and has an deep understanding of the Catholic Ethical and Religious Directives and the ability to promote the organization’s Catholic affiliation and Catholic identity
4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE).
- Must be a Board Certified Chaplain(or eligible for board certification)
- Valid Ohio drivers license with proof of liability insurance.
- Ability to articulate a pastoral theology that is both contemporary and functional for the population we serve.
- Upholds the values, ethics and mission of the APC, NACC, and the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Services.
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The position reports to the Director of Spiritual Care and is a new (growth) position due to increased # of patients and employees.
Position is full time, 40 hours/week with weekend, holiday and call rotation.
The pay depends on experience but the range is 41K-57K. The position will offer a full benefit packager and some relocation.