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Last Updated on January 11, 2019



Posting 1/11/19



Posting 1/11/19



Posting 1/4/19



Email: religiousministriesPMPH@gmail.com

Posting 12/21/18



Emaillerodriguez@houstonmethodist.org

Posting 12/21/18



Interested candidates, please email Teresa Smith at tmsmith2@geisinger.edu

Posting 12/21/18

URBAN CPE CONSORTIUM, INC.

POSITION TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Urban CPE Consortium: Located in Chicago, Illinois, the mission of Urban CPE Consortium (UCPE) is to form persons able to identify root causes of injustice and to facilitate the healing of spiritual, social and systemic wounds. 
Our Core Values are expressed in professing to those we work with the effective importance of living a life committed to seeking Justice (right relationships), Community, Compassion, and Well-Being.

 The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of the not for profit organization and is responsible for administering the affairs of the organization in partnership with the Board of Directors. The primary work of the organization is to provide supervised clinical pastoral experience and training to individuals under the standards of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. (ACPE).

To accomplish the primary work of the organization the Executive Director:

  • Collaborates with member agencies to develop and maintain training sites for the students of UCPE
  • Maintains an open and inclusive relationship with the Board of Directors of UCPE and partners with the Board to plan for the development of UCPE
  • Maintains operations and fiscal accountability of UCPE at the highest industry standards
  • Seeks sources of revenue for UCPE in addition to tuition and fees, including fundraising events and grant applications
  • Recruits and supervises clinical pastoral education students
  • Maintains the accreditation of the UCPE by the ACPE
  • Designs creative programming aligned to mission
  • Collaborates with ACPE and its community of practices

Requirements for the position:

  • Management and administrative experience, minimum of five years
  • Experience as a clinical pastoral educator at all levels of training and certification by the ACPE, Inc.
  • Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to responding to the challenges of urban community life and social justice issues
  • Proven ability to work effectively with a board of directors and organizational committees
  • Highly developed communication skills along with a commitment to provide spiritual and emotional care to others
  • Competent in the use of technology to achieve organizational goals including potential for on-line learning programs
  • Understanding of effective fundraising programs and grant writing/grant reporting
  • Understanding of accounting principles, personnel requirements, and contract administration.

The position is a salaried, full-time position and provides health insurance, vacation, and assistance in obtaining continuing professional education.

 Please e-mail a cover letter, references, and resumé to Janet MacLean at jmaclean@urbancpe.org.

Posting 12/14/18

Director of Clinical Pastoral Education
Full Time
3601 W. 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak MI


Summary
The Director of Clinical Pastoral Education is responsible for managing the Spiritual Care department at the Royal Oak Hospital and has administrative responsibility for maintaining the accreditation of Beaumont Health's Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Center and programs. Oversees the Spiritual care to patient/residents, their loved ones, and staff. Develops, organizes and directs Beaumont system wide educational activities pertaining to the development of competencies in the spiritual/pastoral care of individual. Oversees guidance/ training of student chaplains as they provide spiritual care to patients, families and employees in accordance with philosophy, mission and objectives of Beaumont.

Qualifications
Baccalaureate degree by accredited post-secondary institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, Master's degree in Divinity or equivalent degree incorporating theological education as required by endorsing body

Two-four years of education in Supervisory education

Experience in CPE Supervision/ CPE program management

Two to five years of experience in Clinical Pastoral Education Supervision

Five years experience as a manager/ director in healthcare

Association of Clinical Pastoral Education ACPE Certification as CPE Certified Educator. Denominational endorsement

Chaplaincy Board Certification by a National Certifying Agency recognized by Spiritual Care Cognate Group APC; CAPPE, NACC; NJC or eligibility for Board Certification

Email resume to 
holly.dryer@beaumont.org

Posting 12/14/18



Email: agottula@mcleodhealth.org

Posting 12/14/18

Carroll, Iowa - St. Anthony Regional Hospital has an opening for a Staff Chaplain. The ideal candidate will be a practicing Catholic with experience in Catholic healthcare who understands and is committed to Catholic healthcare.  Must have Pastoral Care experience including at least three units of Clinical Pastoral education. A Master’s degree is preferred.  Board certification is required.  A minimum of one to two years hospital experience in professional Chaplaincy with demonstrated ability to effectively minister to people with diverse values and beliefs is required.  Knowledge of Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic healthcare is required. www.stanthonyhospital.org.

Posting 12/14/18

Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is seeking a compassionate and quality-focused individual to join our leadership team as our Supervisor, Clinical Pastoral Education. 

Job Responsibilities
A crucial role within the Pastoral Services Department, our Supervisor, CPE will collaborate with leadership to assist in the administration an delivery of the Clinical Pastoral Education Program including maintaining compliance with national educational standards.  This individual will provide supervision and instruction to Clinical Pastoral Education students and work closely with the Director of Pastoral Services and the Manager of CPE to develop and evaluate CPE curriculum that provides high quality educational opportunities for students and excellent pastoral care for patients, families, and staff.

As a staff member focused on outreach, this individual will work with the Manager of CPE to develop and maintain relationships with the religious community outside of the hospital including maintaining healthy relationships with his/her denomination, national and regional CPE bodies, and any other professional credentialing associations required for continuing endorsement and standing.     

As a department leader, this individual will assist with recruiting, hiring, and supervising CPE residents and students, as well as attracting members to the Pastoral Advisory Committee as needed. 
  
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 
Master’s Degree of Divinity or Equivalent (accepted by ACPE) required
2 years of clinical experience as a Chaplain
Certification by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education as Associate Supervisor required
Board Certified by APC or eligible
 
Why Hershey Medical Center?
The Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s Pastoral Services Department offers a richness and depth of experience in ministry and the opportunity to learn from peers in other professions as each seeks to discover the unique perspective of their own disciplines.  The atmosphere encourages learning from reflecting on the ministry with patients, and provides a unique opportunity to work with patients who have been pushed to the limits of their abilities to cope and are in need of support during difficult times.  

Penn State Health is a growing health system that offers a competitive salary, a collaborative and innovative environment, as well as an exceptional benefits program that includes strong paid time off to promote healthy life – work balance.

This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is motivated by a commitment to serve others through education.

Why Central PA?
We are proud to possess a vibrant downtown area which affords exceptional cultural opportunities including the Hershey and Harrisburg Orchestras, museums, a highly rated amusement park, the Hershey Theater, farmer’s markets and some of the finest dining in the region.  We are an easy distance from the Fulton Theater, York Little Theater, Lancaster’s Amish country, and walkable towns like Hummelstown and Lititz.  For the outdoors enthusiast, we have ample opportunities for hiking, biking, rowing, and hunting.  For sports lovers, we are home to the American Hockey League’s Hershey Bears, the Minor League Baseball’s Harrisburg Senators, and the United Soccer League’s Penn FC.   Central Pennsylvania is an exceptional combination of rural, suburban, and city living and is also within a day trip distance of some of the country’s most famous cities - New York, Washington DC, and Philadelphia.

To Apply or learn more, please go to careers.pennstatehealth.org – JOB ID 7574

Posting 11/30/18



Email: richard@thorneconsulting.com

Posting 11/30/18



Posting 11/23/18



Email: hannahthurlow@centura.org

Posting 11/23/18



Email: morgan.arroyo@bjc.org

Posting 11/16/18



Email: Emmanuelmati@mhd.com

Posting 11/16/18

The Director of Pastoral Care will provide and manage total pastoral care, support, and counseling for the NCH Healthcare System’s patients, family members, volunteers and staff. The Chaplain will facilitate the ministry of area clergy in providing support and information in caring for their parishioners during hospitalization. The Chaplain will provide leadership, management, and supervision of the CPE program and students.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – Other duties may be assigned.

  • Provides pastoral visitation, spiritual care, bereavement care, counseling and support to patients and family members to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the patients. Provides emergency pastoral care with On Call Chaplain services 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
  • Develops, maintains and monitors appropriate policies and procedures for the Pastoral Care Department, Clinical Pastoral Education Program, and the NCH Crisis Intervention Team.
  • Recruits, trains and supervises Volunteer Chaplains to assist in delivering pastoral care to patients and family members.
  • Maintains the Associate of Clinical Pastoral Education and the US Department of Education requirements for the accreditation of the NCH Clinical Pastoral Education program.
  • Assures adequate staffing of the Pastoral Care Department, Palliative Care Team, and Clinical Pastoral Education program to effectively meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the patients.
  • Participates in community programs, civic organizations and clergy groups to enhance the vision, mission and image of NCH.
  • Supervises and evaluates the work of all Department of Pastoral Care staff, volunteers, volunteer Chaplains and Clinical Pastoral Education Chaplains to ensure competent and effective job performance.
  • Provides staff training and information to successfully meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the patients.
  • Manages the NCH Critical Incident Team and provides psycho-social and spiritual support to staff experiencing a critical event.
  • Serves as a member of the NCH Bioethics Team providing On Call rotation, bioethics consults and pastoral leaderships.
  • Serves a member of the NCH Cancer Committee providing spiritual support and pastoral leadership.
  • Supervises and manages the NCH Clinical Pastoral Education program.
  • Supports community clergy hospital visitation by issuing the NCH Identification Badge after providing the clergy with an orientation and training in hospital protocol, policy, confidentiality, right of privacy, and HIPAA information.
  • Plans, organizes and conducts worship services, special Holy Day services and Memorial Services as required.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited College or University, and Master’s degree from an accredited Theological Seminary required
  • Minimum of 4 accredited unit of Clinical Pastoral Education
  • Minimum of 4 years of experience in pastoral following ordination
  • Prefer Certification with the Association of Professional Chaplains or its equivalence
  • Certification as an ACPE Certified Educator.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, administrative, and pastoral skills
  • Ability to demonstrate pastoral competence and articulate pastor function
  • Possess managerial skills and supervisory experience

https://healthcaresource.com/nch/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=107561&fwkMethod=L&fwkKey=2005_1780_0_0_181112153342_1542054822076_4179


Posting 11/9/18

We are the ones…that value you
Benedictine Health System (BHS)
, a non-profit health care system that manages more than 30 senior care communities throughout the Midwest, is seeking a full-time Senior Consultant, Spiritual Care.  BHS is seeking a person alive in faith, skilled and passionate for team-building, with gifts and drive that make you ready to mentor, support, collaborate with and inspire a group of ecclesially diverse and awesome spiritual care leaders. This person will model the BHS core values of respect, hospitality, justice and stewardship, and will work collaboratively with Mission Integration colleagues to enhance and promote exceptional spiritual care for residents, guests and associates throughout BHS. Additional responsibility includes furthering the integration of BHS Mission and Core Values throughout the System in the areas of liturgical and ritual planning.

Position Overview:
This position is responsible for working collaboratively in the Mission Integration department to enhance and promote spiritual care for residents, guests and associates throughout the Benedictine Health System.  Additional responsibility includes furthering the integration of BHS Mission and Core Values throughout the System in the areas of liturgical and ritual planning.
Responsibilities:
Develops and implements spiritual care activities to assure that spiritual care is fully integrated throughout the System.
Develops rituals and prayer services for BHS-related events, including annual BHS Leadership Conference, Unified Leadership Team meetings and Spiritual Retreat, Benedictine feast days and others.
Coordinates BHS community chapel planning programs.
Promotes the BHS Mission and Core Values of Hospitality, Stewardship, Respect and Justice by bringing the Mission and Core Values into the day-to-day activities of the System.
Performs other duties, tasks and/or projects as assigned.

Qualifications Required:
Master's Degree in Theology
Board Certified Chaplain (APC or NACC)
5-8 years of experience in Health Care Spiritual Care Ministry providing practice competence in areas including but not limited to: theological process ritual and liturgical practice, adult learning, group process, and leadership development. 

Qualifications Preferred:
Certified Educator in CPE training
Formation in Benedictine Spirituality

We offer a competitive benefits package, including paid time off, health & dental insurance, 401(k), and more.

To learn more about Benedictine Health System, please visit us at bhshealth.org.

EEO/AA/Vet Friendly

Posting 11/9/18


Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Temple Texas seeks an ACPE Associate/Certified Educator to supervise our well-established and innovative Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) programs within the Central Texas division of Baylor Scott & White Health. We are looking for a motivated educator that will join our integrated healthcare team to:
Conduct Clinical Pastoral Education programs under the standards of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) Inc. and in accordance with departmental training goals
Coordinate the provision of CPE services at different component sites to students and provide pastoral care to patients, family members, and staff 
Assist in accreditation reviews 
Develop/maintain CPE programs and pastoral care leadership curricula
Oversee students for CPE programs from recruitment to graduation 
Work with department chaplains to structure clinical assignments for trainees

As the largest not-for-profit system within the state of Texas, we offer competitive salary and benefits.  Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s degree, Master of Divinity degree (or equivalent), ordination or commissioning to ministry preferred, certification by ACPE Inc. as Associate or CPE Educator and 2+ years’ experience as CPE educator: Please visit https://jobs.bswhealth.com/job-description/8792609/clinical-pastoral-education-program-manager-temple-tx/ for details about the position and to complete your application. We look forward to meeting our newest prospect within a fantastic team!

Posting 11/9/18

The Director of Pastoral Care will provide and manage total pastoral care, support, and counseling for the NCH Healthcare System’s patients, family members, volunteers and staff. The Chaplain will facilitate the ministry of area clergy in providing support and information in caring for their parishioners during hospitalization. The Chaplain will provide leadership, management, and supervision of the CPE program and students. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESOther duties may be assigned.
Provides pastoral visitation, spiritual care, bereavement care, counseling and support to patients and family members to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the patients. Provides emergency pastoral care with On Call Chaplain services 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
Develops, maintains and monitors appropriate policies and procedures for the Pastoral Care Department, Clinical Pastoral Education Program, and the NCH Crisis Intervention Team.
Recruits, trains and supervises Volunteer Chaplains to assist in delivering pastoral care to patients and family members.
Maintains the Associate of Clinical Pastoral Education and the US Department of Education requirements for the accreditation of the NCH Clinical Pastoral Education program.
Assures adequate staffing of the Pastoral Care Department, Palliative Care Team, and Clinical Pastoral Education program to effectively meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the patients.
Participates in community programs, civic organizations and clergy groups to enhance the vision, mission and image of NCH.
Supervises and evaluates the work of all Department of Pastoral Care staff, volunteers, volunteer Chaplains and Clinical Pastoral Education Chaplains to ensure competent and effective job performance.
Provides staff training and information to successfully meet the emotional and spiritual needs of the patients.
Manages the NCH Critical Incident Team and provides psycho-social and spiritual support to staff experiencing a critical event.
Serves as a member of the NCH Bioethics Team providing On Call rotation, bioethics consults and pastoral leaderships.
Serves a member of the NCH Cancer Committee providing spiritual support and pastoral leadership.
Supervises and manages the NCH Clinical Pastoral Education program.
Supports community clergy hospital visitation by issuing the NCH Identification Badge after providing the clergy with an orientation and training in hospital protocol, policy, confidentiality, right of privacy, and HIPAA information.
Plans, organizes and conducts worship services, special Holy Day services and Memorial Services as required.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited College or University, and Master’s degree from an accredited Theological Seminary required
Minimum of 4 accredited unit of Clinical Pastoral Education
Minimum of 4 years of experience in pastoral following ordination
Prefer Certification with the Association of Professional Chaplains or its equivalence
Certification as an ACPE Certified Educator.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, administrative, and pastoral skills
Ability to demonstrate pastoral competence and articulate pastor function
Possess managerial skills and supervisory experience

Posting 11/2/18

HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY AND CLINICAL PASTORAL EDUCATION PROGRAM DIRECTOR

SUTTER HEALTH SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITALS – California Pacific Medical Center
Join our team of wonderful, caring professionals!  We are part of a large healthcare system in Northern California and have 4 hospital campuses in San Francisco.  We have a new hospital that opened August 2018 in the Mission District and will have a new hospital opening on Van Ness Avenue in March 2019.  

This position is responsible for and serves as the Primary ACPE Certified Educator of the Accredited System Center, Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Programs. Has oversight and execution of the clinical, educational, programmatic, budgetary, personnel and administrative aspects of the CPE program; Staff Chaplains services at CPMC and its campuses.  This position is responsible for leading the Chaplaincy and CPE Team in providing excellent care and clinical education, with measures that include patient satisfaction, annual evaluations, as they address the spiritual needs of patients, families and hospital staff.  As Senior Lead Chaplain, this position also serves as a visible spiritual care leader in the hospital and the community. 

This position manages 6-20 people directly, and, 1-10 indirect resources managed. This position requires frequent travel across all hospital campuses in SF, and occasional travel outside of SF.

Education: 
Minimum of a Master in Divinity or equivalent degree, ACPE Certified Educator, and in good standing with their faith or religious tradition is required. ACPE Certified Educator licensure is required upon hire.

Experience: Minimum of two years of experience in a leadership role in ACPE CPE programs and Chaplain Services is required.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply online at www.sutterhealth.org/employment, job number 1820492 or, contact Angela Hawkins, hawkina@sutterhealth.org

Posting 11/2/18



Posting 10/5/18

Director, Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy
Howard County General Hospital
Columbia, MD 
Full Time (40 hours), Day Shift


Setting the standard of excellence in patient care, research and education.

Johns Hopkins Health System employs more than 20,000 people annually. Upon joining Johns Hopkins Health System, you become part of a diverse organization dedicated to its patients, their families, and the community we serve, as well as to our employees. Career opportunities are available in academic and community hospital settings, home care services, physician practices, international affiliate locations and in the health insurance industry. If you share in our vision, mission and values and also have exceptional customer service and technical skills, we invite you to join those who are leaders and innovators in the healthcare field.

Howard County General Hospital is seeking a Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy to join our team. The Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy will be a compassionate, forward-thinking and creative leader who will nurture a culture of empathy, respect and service at Howard County General Hospital. S/he will lead a team of chaplains, Clinical Pastoral Education students and community volunteers, while assisting patients and employees in accessing meaningful spiritual services. The Director will develop strong relationships with the Howard County faith community to advance the vision of HCGH as the hub of health, hope and wellness in Howard County and lead a Clinical Pastoral Education Program and other educational activities related to the integration of spirituality and medicine at HCGH. The Director will also minister, support, and counsel patients and employees during times of emotional and spiritual distress, and will collaborate with the HCGH Population Health Department on initiatives promoting mind and body health in the external community. S/he will create an annual work plan and processes to manage departmental effectiveness and achieve the above goals.

The Director will report to the president of Howard County General Hospital, with strategic oversight from the Senior Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy for Johns Hopkins Health System.

Requirements:
A Board Certified Chaplain and ACPE Educator
Certified graduate with a Masters of Divinity or equivalent from an institution accredited through the Association of Theological Schools or one of the regional Association of Colleges and Schools or its equivalent
At least five (5) years’ experience in chaplaincy or spiritual care. Hospital leadership in Chaplaincy or healthcare preferred.  
Experience with Palliative Care teams preferred
Ordained as a clergy person in specific faith community in good standing with all rights and privileges thereof
Community organizing or work with faith health initiatives preferred
Master’s degree in Business Administration or Public Health a plus
A member of, or in the process of certification by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) or The National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC)

Application Information:
For the complete description and to apply, please visit: https://jobs.hopkinsmedicine.org/spirchap 

Why Johns Hopkins?
It’s because of the profound passion and dedication of our employees that the Johns Hopkins Health System has remained at the forefront of health care. Our people are committed to excellence in everything we do. They come to Johns Hopkins to be part of one of the most professional, diverse and reputable teams in medicine, and for the benefits and unlimited opportunities for personal and professional growth. Together, we’re constantly seeking solutions to the health problems of today and medical innovations of tomorrow through research, education and patient care. Discover what’s possible when you bring your passion to the Johns Hopkins Health System.

Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.


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