This position ministers to all patients, families and staff, regardless of their personal faith tradition, by providing appropriate spiritual services, i.e., listening, pastoral counseling, ethical consultation and prayer.¬  The chaplain participates in educational programs and acts as a resource for physicians, staff, volunteers and the larger faith community.¬  The Chaplain participates in organizational committees related to the Chaplains area of AHAH.¬  Through personal presence, pastoral ministry and in-service education, the chaplain helps to promote and maintain a Christian atmosphere of quality patient-centered care.¬  In the absence of a Chaplain II, the Chaplain may assume a leadership position coordinating other Chaplains and Chaplain Associates.¬ 



  • Provide effective spiritual care as part of an interdisciplinary team that contributes to the well-being of staff, patients/clients, and their families.

  • Document a spiritual assessment, intervention and plan of care.

  • Provide leadership and education that shapes and supports the culture of spirituality, mission and values of Ministry Home Care.

  • Advocate for patients and families within their organization.

  • Create and facilitate rituals for individuals/groups and organizational needs.

  • Participate in general, patient caregiver and physician orientation.

  • Collaborate with area clergy to honor the requests of patients and families.

  • Adhere to all company policies and procedures.

  • Adherence to and compliance with information systems security is everyone‚€™s responsibility. It is the responsibility of every computer user to: Know and follow Information Systems security policies and procedures. Attend Information Systems security training, when offered.¬  Report information systems security problems.



  • Perform other duties as assigned.





  • Master‚€™s Degree in theological, ministerial or related field from an accredited college or university.¬  A minimum of two units of Clinical Pastoral Education is required.

  • Endorsement by Professional Chaplain Organization and/or Denominational Representative.

  • Current driver‚€™s license, use of a car and proof of auto insurance.



  • One (1) to three (3) years of chaplaincy or related experience.


Knowledge and Skills:

  • Ability to work as a team member, share responsibilities and lead prayer services.

  • Ability to communicate effectively using interpersonal and pastoral counseling skills.

  • Knowledge of and appreciation for the Christian witness inherent in the philosophy of Catholic healthcare.¬ 

Knowledge of ethical principles and ability to facilitate ethical discussions with patient/family/staff as appropriate.¬ 

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