Last Updated on May 1, 2017


Posting 5/1/17  or 1-800-726-9862 or 928-336-7121

Posting Date 5/1/17

Posting Date 5/1/17

Posting Date 5/1/17 or 404-873-3775

Posting 4/14/17

Careers that reflect your passion. Your future's calling.

Holy Redeemer Health System's holistic approach to healing is unique among healthcare providers. Caring for the total person goes beyond the act of delivering excellent medical care. It involves meeting the emotional, spiritual and social services needs of those we serve. If you're compassionate and dedicated, you've come to the right place. Find out for yourself how Holy Redeemer creates experiences that are unique, personalized and truly memorable by adding your own chapter to our story.

We are currently seeking Chaplains in Philadelphia, and in Runnemede, Toms River, Egg Harbor Township, and Mercer County New Jersey. These positions are responsible for providing pastoral, sacramental and liturgical ministry to patients, residents, staff, families and other members of the Holy Redeemer community to meet their spiritual and emotional needs.

Chaplain II (Philadelphia, PA) -- Full Time & Per Diem
Hospice Chaplain I (Egg Harbor Township, NJ)-- Full-Time & Per Diem
Hospice Chaplain I (Toms River, NJ)-- Full-Time
Hospice Chaplain I (Runnemede, NJ)-- Per Diem
Chaplain (Mercer County, NJ)—Per Diem

To learn more about our caring community, our careers, and to apply, visit

Holy Redeemer Health System with an acute care hospital, home health and hospice services, skilled nursing facilities, personal care, a retirement community, low-income housing, an active living community, and a transitional housing program for homeless women and children, is one of the Philadelphia area's leading health care organizations. Holy Redeemer is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Posting Date 4/14/17

Posting Date 3/31/17

Director of Spiritual Care and Education  --  Carolinas Medical Center, located in Charlotte, NC, is an 862-bed Level 1 Trauma Center which serves as the flagship of Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS), and is now seeking an ACPE Supervisor with administrative experience to serve as Director of Spiritual Care and Education. The Director supervises Residents and Interns in this ACPE accredited system center along with 7 additional ACPE Supervisors. In addition this Director administratively supervises 6 Staff Chaplains, represents the department on numerous hospital committees, manages the budget, oversees the coverage, and is responsible for the quality of Spiritual Care at Carolinas Medical Center and 2 Behavioral Health Centers (one in Charlotte and the other in Davidson). This position reports to the Executive Director of Spiritual Care and Education in CHS, Chaplain David Carl, to whom all questions or inquiries can be directed (

Posting Date 3/15/17

CPE Supervisor/ Senior Staff Chaplain

Department of Spiritual Care
UnityPoint Health-Meriter Hospital, Madison, WI 

We are looking for an Associate or Full ACPE Supervisor to provide CPE Supervision Level I/II for our Residency Program, 6 Month Extended Intern Units, and Summer Intensive Intern Program. The CPE Supervisor/ Senior Staff Chaplain is one of two CPE Supervisors who collaborate together to supervise the Clinical Pastoral Education Program as well as deliver and coordinate spiritual care and emotional support to patients, families, and staff. S/he assists the Manager in the leadership of the Department of Spiritual Care and collaborates in the selection and supervision of residents and interns of the Clinical Pastoral Education program. 

The UPH-Meriter Hospital CPE Program is a highly developed and integrated program of spiritual care for patients, families, and staff in this 448 bed community-based hospital. 

Associated with the UPH-Meriter Department of Spiritual Care is the 75 member Association of Spiritual Caregivers which links community clergy and spiritual caregivers with the Department of Spiritual Care for clergy/spiritual caregiver education and development. The Department delivers 24/7 spiritual care through Night Chaplains coordinated by this position with monthly education/training.  

Qualifications: Associate or Full ACPE Supervisor credential, ordination with ecclesiastical endorsement, and CPE Program administration and supervision of Accredited ACPE Programs. Association of Professional Chaplains Board Certification and advanced degree preferred. 

UPH-Meriter is proud to offer a full benefit package (medical, dental, vision, 401(k) with employer match, and more), in addition to a competitive salary commensurate with experience, and housing allowance for ordained clergy.

UPH-Meriter is a not-for-profit hospital.  Madison is a progressive city of over 250,000, home to the world class University of Wisconsin, the seat of state government, with an eclectic, electric atmosphere. Madison offers small town charm and a range of cultural and recreational opportunities usually found in much larger cities.

Contact: Jennifer Gotto, Manager of Spiritual Care (608-417-5477) or visit for more information and initial application.

Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer Drug Free Work Place 

Posting 3/15/17


St. Anthony Regional Hospital & Nursing Home located in Carroll, Iowa has an opening for Staff Chaplain in our Spiritual Care Department.

St. Anthony Regional Hospital is a Catholic, not-for-profit, 99 bed facility with a connected 79 bed Nursing Home with active Hospice. St. Anthony is one of the largest employers in the area with more than 700 skilled and dedicated staff.

St. Anthony patients and residents have access to state-of-the-art equipment, up-to-date treatment procedures and physicians in many specialty areas.  Compassionate, inter-faith, cost-effective care is provided in an atmosphere which reflects the organization’s Franciscan heritage, with an emphasis placed on serving each patient’s physical, spiritual, and psychological needs.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Theology, Pastoral Care or Spiritual Counseling, including two units of Clinical Pastoral Education, completion of certification is required within a year of hire. A Master’s degree is preferred and knowledge of Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare is preferred.

St. Anthony has a strong and respected reputation for excellent patient care as well as high quality outcome measures.

Caring and compassion are a hallmark of the institution.
Come join our exceptional team of compassionate professionals.

Apply online:


311 South Clark Street
Carroll, Iowa

Pre-employment drug screen required.

Posting 3/1/17

Shepherd’s Grove/Hour of Power, Garden Grove, CA: Care Pastor

To provide care for congregational members who are ill, facing surgery, in hospitals, rehab centers and other care facilities. To provide care for families who have lost loved ones and Hour of Power viewers who are going through difficult situations. To provide training for MOD’s and Ministering Elders.  To coordinate funerals with the pastoral staff.

10+ years minimum experience required.

To apply or for more information please submit a resume and any other pertinent information to

Posting 3/1/17

The Clinical Pastoral Education Manager develops and coordinates Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) programs and supervises students in various programs of Clinical Pastoral Education.

Develops specific program goals and objectives which are aligned with the strategic plan and Mission of the organization and the goals of the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. Conducts Level I and Level II clinical pastoral education programs in accordance with the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) standards.
Manages activities related to clinical pastoral students including recruitment, orientation processes, scheduling, mentoring, evaluation, satisfaction, conflict management and payroll.
Facilitates the ACPE accreditation process and maintains all CPE-related records, reports, policies, standards, procedures, educational and library resources. Monitors budget, regulatory compliance, partner contracts and partner relations.
Assesses quality and effectiveness of the clinical pastoral education program and services. Determines the need for program revision and/or process improvement. Maintains effective, collaborative relationships with partner institutions, pastoral care directors, members of the advisory council, denominational and seminary representatives.

Certified Supervisor Chaplain credentialed from the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) obtained prior to hire date or job transfer date. 
Master's Degree in Divinity, Theological Studies, Spirituality, Pastoral Counseling, or a related field by hire date to a position.
Work Experience:
Three years of experience working as a Associate for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) Supervisor.

How to Apply:
Please visit our Careers pager at and search for Job Code 176074.  You may then submit your application and an up to date resume.  Please ensure that all required education and experience (as stated above) is mentioned in your resume.

Posting Date 12/15/2016

Director, Pastoral Care

UI Health is seeking a Director to lead our Pastoral Care team. This position directs the Pastoral Care Department which includes student chaplains, office assistant, on-call chaplains, and volunteers. Oversees, executes and provides pastoral care to patients, families, students and staff and ensures pastoral care is religion-specific as requested. Responsible for the development of Pastoral Care courses or curricula. Crafts and conducts programs of Clinical Pastoral Education under the standards of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE). Supervises student's clinical work, provides educational opportunities and writes a comprehensive evaluation of student chaplain's experience. Accountable for the development of policies, procedures and practices covering patients’ religious needs within the University.

Supervise, mentor, coach and facilitate the work of on-call chaplains, student chaplains and volunteers delivering pastoral care.
Analyze patient's referrals to ensure religion care needs are met and patients are seen by a student or on-call chaplain (such as calling for a priest for a catholic patient or a rabbi for a Jewish patient).
Conduct orientation sessions to clergy and pastoral visitors from the religious community on policies and procedures which affect their pastoral visiting, provision of resources, consultation and their liaison with healthcare personnel.
Obtain referrals from medical staff on patients’ condition/diagnosis. Make rounds to ensure patients' needs are met.
Orient departments to ensure that appropriate worship opportunities are provided.
Deliver direct pastoral care, consultation, sacraments and support to patients, families, students, and staff.
Define potential conflicts and provide appropriate pastoral service to avoid difficult situations.
Provide bereavement support to families in case of patient's death. Offer pastoral support to a patient with a bad diagnosis. Manage written communication with patients (sympathy cards/thank you notes).
Facilitate spiritual support group to inpatients (adult psychiatric and patient rehab units) integrating spiritual approach with behavioral sciences.
Determine, plan and establish departmental strategic course. Outline and modify strategic goals and draft policies/procedures on how to provide pastoral care to MC patients.
Develop and administer the department’s plan for continuous quality improvement based on ethical and religious directives and guidelines in a healthcare environment.
Write and maintain procedures to keep records of pastoral activity.
Document spiritual needs of patients and implementation of pastoral services.
Design and conduct Clinical Pastoral Education training program according to ACPE standards for clergy and seminarians, and for student chaplains on campus.
Devise curriculums for students to ensure adherence to ACPE standards. Assign and review students’ written materials.
Evaluate students’ personal and professional performance. 
Write a comprehensive evaluative report and sign ACPE registration forms for students who complete the program.
Develop and implement budget for the cost center. Procure and is accountable for supplies and machinery for the Pastoral Care office, and systems for message delivery, patient census material, religious reading materials and necessary reference materials.
Oversee the Manager and help with interviewing, hiring, orient, lead and evaluate chaplains to ensure that a qualified staff exists to meet departmental and organizational needs.
Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:
Master’s degree in Divinity or Ministry required.
Board Certified Chaplain and Certified ACPE Supervisor required.
Three to Five years experience in pastoral care in a hospital environment required.

Salary & Benefits:
UI Health offers competitive benefit packages, including: vacation days, paid holidays, Floating Holidays, State University Retirement System, tuition waiver, tuition discount for dependents, and excellent medical, dental, and vision packages.

To Apply:
For fullest consideration, please submit a complete application and supplemental resume by January 6, 2017.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

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