Details: Dependent on qualficiations
As an employee of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, the Chaplain is responsible for providing chaplaincy care services at Rhode Island Hospital and Miriam Hospital. S/he will:
- Participate in the delivery of effective and efficient Chaplaincy Care services to patients, their loved ones and staff of all faith traditions
- Actively support full integration of Chaplaincy Services in the institution
- Participate in and contribute to the professional Chaplaincy Services community
- Participate in programs and administrative activities of HCCN
- Report to the system-wide Director of Chaplaincy Services for Rhode Island Hospital
- Must be certified, or eligible for certification, as a Board Certified Chaplain by and in good standing with a national chaplaincy certifying body, such as the Spiritual Care Association, Association of Professional Chaplains, the National Association of Catholic Chaplains, and the National Association of Jewish Chaplains.
- This certification requires a college degree, a master’s level degree in a field related to health care chaplaincy, minimum two units of clinical pastoral education, and a rigorous professional assessment and peer review process.
- Computer literacy and a skill level in Microsoft Office Suite of intermediate Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Must be willing to learn Outcome Oriented Chaplaincy
Paid Vacation, Sick Leave, Professional Development and Holidays, health benefits and retirement are available
Minimum Education Required