This list is provided as a service to our fellow pediatric chaplains and as a courtesy to the institutions and agencies seeking to fill those positions. Anyone interested in these positions should directly contact the institution or person listed. Postings are removed when notification is received that the position has been filled or after six months. If you have positions you would like posted, please send an email with your request and information to Kimberly Russell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Descriptions of listed positions and contact information is available by clicking on the posting.
At Stony Brook Medicine the Maternal/Child/Pediatric Chaplain works within the Department of Spiritual Care to meet the spiritual and religious needs of our patients, families and staff.
Duties of a chaplain may include the following but are not limited to:
Special Notes: Resume/CV and cover letter should be included with the online application. In accordance with the New York State Department of Health (DOH) order that all hospitals and nursing homes “continuously require all covered personnel to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.” Upon acceptance of a conditional job offer, candidates who are not already vaccinated must obtain the first dose of the vaccine within three (3) calendar days of job offer and must obtain any subsequent doses in accordance with the vaccine protocol. The order allows for limited medical exemptions with reasonable accommodations, consistent with applicable law.Posting Overview: This position will remain posted until filled or for a maximum of 90 days. An initial review of all applicants will occur two weeks from the posting date. Candidates are advised on the application that for full consideration, applications must be received before the initial review date (which is within two weeks of the posting date). If within the initial review no candidate was selected to fill the position posted, additional applications will be considered for the posted position; however, the posting will close once a finalist is identified, and at minimal, two weeks after the initial posting date. Please note, that if no candidate were identified and hired within 90 days from initial posting, the posting would close for review, and possibly reposted at a later date. _________________________________________________________
Prior to start date, the selected candidate must meet the following requirements:
Failure to comply with any of the above requirements could result in a delayed start date and/or revocation of the employment offer. *The hiring department will be responsible for any fee incurred for examination. _________________________________________________________
Stony Brook University is committed to excellence in diversity and the creation of an inclusive learning, and working environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status and all other protected classes under federal or state laws. If you need a disability-related accommodation, please call the University Office of Equity and Access at . In accordance with the Title II Crime Awareness and Security Act a copy of our crime statistics can be viewedhttps://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https://www.stonybrook.edu/police/&data=02 | 01 | Nancy.Berg-Brown@stonybrookmedicine.edu | 66fb74ae10a54d3d0de408d83330b5bd | eafa1b31b194425db36656c215b7760c | 0 | 0 | 637315631590760824&sdata=uLJ9TTks91Dg3+2LRDlw67z6TzWLmEvsEizrjXGLZvg=&reserved=0. Visit ourhttps://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/jobs/working-here/index.php&data=02 | 01 | Nancy.Berg-Brown@stonybrookmedicine.edu | 66fb74ae10a54d3d0de408d83330b5bd | eafa1b31b194425db36656c215b7760c | 0 | 0 | 637315631590760824&sdata=2vE2YQDyW9mMlExuE0U92vrTJJl0RO1zdDV0Tv70x0Q=&reserved=0 page to learn about the total rewards we offer. Job Number: 2103597Official Job Title: ChaplainJob Field: OtherPrimary Location: US-NY-Stony BrookDepartment/Hiring Area: ChaplaincySchedule: Full-time Shift :Day Shift Shift Hours: 8:00AM-4:30PM Pass Days: VariablePosting Start Date: Oct 4, 2021Posting End Date: Oct 18, 2021, 8:59:00 PMSalary:As per Civil Service Guidelines
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The Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Certified Educator under the guidance of the Director, is responsible for management, supervision and coordination of the diversified program that provides a variety of pastoral and spiritual care services for patients, families, and staff. The CPE Educator accomplishes the program objectives through a collaborative strategy that engages interdisciplinary colleagues, interns, residents, staff chaplains, per diem chaplains, volunteers, community resources and interested others in the functioning of the program. Provides leadership for program organization, development, accreditation, and evaluation of services and systems in close collaboration with the Director. The CPE Educator oversees all aspects of recruitment, admissions, curriculum development, program evaluation for all accredited levels of Clinical Pastoral Education. Provides instruction and supervision for the chaplain interns and residents. As the face of the Spiritual Care Program participates in Hospital and Department committees, professional spiritual care organizations and community faith-based groups. Partners with the Development Department to enhance and/ or expand program offerings. Complies with all department and hospital policies and procedures especially those regarding patient confidentiality and informed consent. Demonstrates and models professional behaviors in accordance with the Department of Patient and Family Services Core Values as well as the CHOP Values ICARE. Serves as a mentor/coach for staff. Subscribes and adheres to the Chaplain Code of Ethics.
Clinical Pastoral Education:
As the face and content expert of the Spiritual Care Program, represents the hospital in matters of religion and spiritual care and provides direction for spiritual care service delivery
Required Education: Masters of Divinity degree from a seminary member of the American Association of Theological Schools
Required experience: 3 years of previous general hospital chaplain experience is required
All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its patients, family members, visitors and employees. In an effort to achieve this goal, employment at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, other than for positions with regularly scheduled hours in New Jersey, is contingent upon an attestation that the job applicant does not use tobacco products.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability or protected veteran status.
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Position: Pediatric Palliative Spiritual Care Counselor (20 hours per week)
Organization: Baystate Pediatric Palliative Care Program – Baystate Home Health & Hospice, West Springfield, MA
As a Baystate Pediatric Palliative Spiritual Care Counselor you will be responsible for the development and implementation of home-based spiritual care services to clients serviced by the Baystate Home Health & Hospice Pediatric Palliative Care Network (PPCN) Program. This position provides spiritual support to pediatric patients and their families consistent with beliefs of the family. The Spiritual Care Counselor serves as a member of the interdisciplinary team to develop the plan of care. Acts as a liaison between the community religious affiliations and the pediatric palliative care program.
1) Participates as an active member of the interdisciplinary team to develop and implement a comprehensive plan of care
2) Communicates clearly and effectively fostering a positive, proactive environment while adhering to high standards of ethics and quality
3) Develops and provides educational in-service programs for staff, community and clergy regarding spiritual aspects of patient care.
4) Provides patient and family spiritual counseling, prayer and ministry as requested
5) Provides oversight and assistance in preparation of memorial service
6) Documents necessary and pertinent information in the patient record
7) Maintains professional knowledge base
8) Follows all health and safety requirements
Required Work Experience:
2 years of comparable experience
Skills and Competencies:
Knowledge of computer information systems and the ability to work independently, Excellent verbal and written communication skills, Demonstrates competence in organizing and presenting educational programs, Good listener with excellent inter-personal skills
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Bachelor of Arts (Required)
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Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.
For further information or to apply:
https://baystatehealthjobs.com/job/pediatric-palliative-spiritual-care-counselor-r12018/ OR contact: Michele.Oneill@BaystateHealth.org
Chaplains at MD Anderson are clinical spiritual care practitioners and vital to the care provided to our patients, their families and staff. Chaplains provide spiritual assessments, interventions, evaluate outcomes, and education as members of the care team.
MD Anderson is seeking a board-certified chaplain to support the Children’s Cancer Hospital. This role is interwoven into the fabric of the care team in the Children’s Cancer Hospital and exists to ensure spiritual values are respected and provided to every patient and family. The chaplain plays a significant role in every phase of care from coping skills in coordination with Child Life and Arts in Medicine, to pain management and healing with our Supportive Care team. Spiritual care extends into end of life and hospice care. The Chaplain also serves on advisory committees that help guide our efforts to improve care at every level. MD Anderson staff also benefit from the strong relationship with the Department of Spiritual Care and Education through chaplain services such as Code Lavender and spiritual healing as staff cope with the treatment and even the loss of the patients they have learned to love.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced Chaplain with a strong background in oncology spiritual care in an academic medical center, and specialization in pediatrics. Must have professional chaplain board certification.
Required: Graduate level theological degree from a college, university or theological school accredited by a member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Equivalencies for graduate level theological degree will be granted by the individual professional organization according to established guidelines.
Required: Two years as professional chaplain and/or spiritual care educator. Certified Educator Candidate Status from ACPE -OR- Certification by Association of Professional Chaplains/BCCI, Neshama: Association of Jewish Chaplains, National Association of Catholic Chaplains or other COMISS certifying organizations.
For more information email: Jamie Bernard at email@example.com
Represents Spiritual Care in leadership role of the Chaplains and volunteers while also serving patients, families and staff. Provides spiritual care and emotional support to patients, their families and staff, including exploration of issues that are of meaning and value and/or issues causing moral or spiritual distress. Serves as a bridge to patient’s religious/spiritual community and/or congregation and to appropriate religious/spiritual leaders. Fosters conversation and clarification on cultural, ethical, religious, and other topics/dynamics that can affect patient care, family interactions, and staff performance. Facilitates and nurtures religious rituals and spiritual practices as needed by patients, families and staff and provides spiritual counseling and guidance to enable the integration of beliefs, attitudes and responses inherent to well-being in the clinical setting.
Minimum Education: Master’s degree in Religious Studies, Divinity or Theology required or equivalent in relevant training/experience. Completion of four units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at an ACPE accreditation healthcare center required.
Minimum Experience: Two years as a Chaplain in a hospital setting; pediatric preferred. Demonstration of leadership skills. Ordination or Commission in a religious community and/or meets ecclesiastical endorsement for health care ministry.
Certification Required: Certification by a national chaplain’s organization (APC, NACC, NAJC, ACPE, and CASC) or eligibility with completion within 18 months of employment
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Ability to successfully navigate diverse lifestyles, cultures, beliefs and values with cultural humility. Ability to conduct oneself in accordance with the Standards of Practice for Professional Chaplains and in keeping with that which is required for Board Certification with one of the following national chaplain’s organizations: APC, NACC, NAJC, ACPE, and CASC
Technical Knowledge: Ability to chart in, utilize for information gathering and navigate patient’s electronic medical records. Basic computer and mobile device skills
Travel: Must have ability to orient and work at all inpatient locations
Sit: Up to 6 hours/day
Stand/Walk: Up to 6 hours
Bend/Stoop: Up to 3 hours
Reach: Up to 6 hours
Rep Use of UE/Grasp: Up to 6 hrs
Lift/Push/Pull: 25 lbs, over 25# with assistance or equipment
This job requires the ability to hear alarms clients and/or instruction. The ability to see accurately from 20 inches to 20-ft. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function of this position.
For more information email:
The Pediatric Advanced Care Team (PACT) is a dynamic, multi-disciplinary consultant service that provides comprehensive pain and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support to patients at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals on both the Oakland and San Francisco campuses. The inter-disciplinary team provides holistic, interdisciplinary care for infants, children, teens, and young adults with acute, procedural, neuropathic, and chronic/complex pain. In addition, we care for children with serious illness and provide palliative, end of life, and hospice care in the hospital and outpatient clinic.
The Bereavement Services Coordinator is a member of PACT and is responsible for implementing a bereavement program that provides ongoing support to families whose child has died while receiving care at UCSF Children’s Hospitals. The coordinator accomplishes the program objectives through a collaborative strategy that engages interdisciplinary colleagues, volunteers and interested others in the work of the program. The coordinator provides leadership for program organization, development and evaluation of services and systems. This position is responsible for designing and implementing educational programs about bereavement that can meet hospital wide needs. The bereavement coordinator actively promotes a positive, professional work environment, engaging with patients/families, hospital staff, as well as agencies and organizations providing services to patients and families. This position also requires working with resources and agencies in the community to provide the best bereavement support, including counseling to the entire family unit, and others significantly impacted by the death of any child who dies while under the care of the health teams at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals. The position administratively reports to the Director of Medical Social Services and Spiritual Care in Oakland.
Minimum Education: Master’s degree in Religious Studies, Divinity or Theology required or equivalent in relevent training/experience. Completion of four units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at an ACPE accreditated healthcare center
Minimum Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience providing bereavement counseling care for patients with complex acute and chronic life-threatening conditions, complex psychosocial needs, and end of life care, including spiritual, emotional and existential support. Experience in pediatrics strongly preferred.
Certification Required: Certification by a national chaplain’s organization (APC, NACC, NAJC, ACPE, or CASC) or eligibility with completion within 18 months of employment
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Sit: Up to 4 hours/day
Stand/Walk: up to 4 hours/day
Rep Use of UE/Grasp: Up to 6 hrs
Lift/Push/Pull: 25 lbs, over 25# with assistance or equipment
This job requires the ability to hear alarms clients and/or instruction. The ability to see accurately from 20 inches to 20-ft. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disability to perform the essential function of this position.
For more information email:
UNC Health Care is an award-winning, not-for-profit integrated health care system that is committed to delivering state-of-the-art health care and outstanding service to patients. From the mountains to the coast, UNC Health Care is there, providing quality compassionate care to North Carolinians from all 100 counties and from across the country.
The Department of Pastoral Care at the UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill, NC is currently looking for a dedicated, passionate, and highly caring clinical chaplain to join the chaplaincy team. The department has robust ACPE CPE and clinical chaplaincy programs. The clinical chaplain will provide the highest quality of pastoral care to patients, family members and the staff in the North Carolina Children’s Hospital.
This position will be dedicated to providing pastoral care to the patients, family members, and staff in the pediatric service line. The chaplain will provide care in all units within the Children’s Hospital and the specialty services which include: Pediatric Intensive Care, Neonatal Critical Care, Hematology/Oncology, Trauma/Surgery, Neurology, Pulmonary, Gastroenterology, and General Pediatrics. The position will include direct patient care and working with a comprehensive interdisciplinary team. The chaplain will attend team and unit based rounds, participate in service line, department, and hospital wide committees, provide documentation for patient encounters, provide 24 hour back-up coverage in rotation with other pastoral care staff members, lead worship service in the hospital chapel as needed and requested throughout the year, plan and facilitate annual bereavement/memorial events, teach didactics within the Department of Pastoral Care and in the hospital community as needed, serve as a mentor to a CPE resident, complete administrative tasks, and other assigned task may be given according to the spiritual needs of the institution.
All interested chaplains should apply at:
Position: Clinical Chaplain
Organization: UNC Health Care
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Salary: Date Posted:
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Department: Spiritual Care
Hours per week: 1
Shift: based on department needs (Friday-Sunday, Night Shift) Holidays included
The Chaplain provides spiritual care, counseling, and crisis intervention for patients, families and team members of Children’s Hospital Colorado (CHCO). The Chaplain offers spiritual guidance and resources during hospitalization and periods of illness, crisis and loss; coordinates spiritual care services with family faith leaders and home faith communities when it is appropriate; provides consultation on patient, religious, and ethical issues of significance in the healthcare community; and provides compassionate services to a diverse population encompassing all faiths that are represented by patients, families and team members at CHCO.
Population Specific Care
An employee in this position may be called upon to do any or all of the following essential functions. These examples do not include all of the functions which the employee may be expected to perform.
SCOPE AND LEVEL
Guidelines: Guidelines are generally numerous, well established, and directly applicable to the work assignment. Work assignment and desired results are explained by general oral or written instructions.
Complexity: Duties assigned are generally repetitive and restricted in scope but may be of substantial intricacy. Employee primarily applies standardized practices.
Decision Making: Decisions or recommendations on non-standardized situations are limited to relating organizational policies to specific cases. Brings non-routine issues to supervisor. Problems that are not covered by guidelines or are without precedent are taken up with the supervisor.
Communications: Contacts with the public or employees where explanatory or interpretive information is exchanged, gathered, or presented and some degree of discretion and judgment are required within the parameters of the job function.
Supervision Received: Under normal supervision, within a standardized work situation, the employee performs duties common to the line of work without close supervision or detailed instruction. Work product is subject to continual review.
Ability to Perform Essential Functions of the Job
It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. Be aware that none of the questions are intended to imply illegal preferences or discrimination based on non-job-related information.
Hourly Rate of Pay: $30.50
As a Children’s Hospital Colorado team member, you will receive a competitive pay and benefits package designed to take care of your needs that includes base pay, incentives, paid sick leave and a robust wellness program.