Location: Longmont, CO, United States
Job Type: PRN
Job ID: 60757
Date Posted: Sep 9, 2022
CHAPLAIN I PRN
This is an hourly, PRN Chaplain position for Long’s Peak Hospital in Longmont, Colorado. You must be available/willing to work a flexible schedule…including weekends, holidays and on-call for Broomfield and Longs Peak Hospitals. Provides spiritual, emotional and relational care to patients, their family members and organizational staff.
A resume including your CPE units is required to be considered for this position.
• Performs spiritual visitation, public worship services and outreach services.
• Assesses and responds to the spiritual, emotional and cultural needs of those counseled, including crisis intervention, ethical concerns and bereavement.
• Participates in an interdisciplinary approach to spiritual care and patient health.
• Documents visits and interventions appropriately according to the standards of the healthcare organization.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Theology or related field.
• Satisfactory completion of one (1) unit of Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) CPE.
• 1 year pastoral experience.
The pay range for this position is: $24.11 - $36.17 / hour. Pay is dependent on applicant's relevant experience.
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