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POST DATE 8/25/2016
END DATE 11/3/2016
Cooper University Health Care
JOB DESCRIPTIONSHORT DESCRIPTION:
Provide emotional and spiritual support via spiritual/cultural rites and activities elected by the patients and staff of Cooper Hospital via direct patient contact with pastoral care staff, departmental volunteers, and clinical pastoral education program students, while responding to requested referrals to patient/community resources.
Scheduled Days / Hours: On call on Weekends; Education:BACHELOR Preferred; Education:EQUIV Preferred
B.A or B.S. Degree or their equivalent.
Graduate Seminary degree Master of Divinity, or specialized training within denominational guidelines (e.g., Eucharistic Minister, ordained deaconate, etc.)
Active functioning in a congregational leadership position.
Membership in a nationally recognized professional Chaplaincy certifying group.
Social intelligence, i.e., ability to engage others meaningfully & emotionally.
Personal and spiritual commitment to supporting the welfare of others.
Personal and spiritual commitment to a faith system which is socially relevant.
Functional understanding of, and openness to, various religion-philosophic biases of a large array of individuals.
Sophistication in professional health team work.
Basic comprehension of the disciplines associated with own special area of expertise.
Membership in a National Pastoral Care Certifying group: e.g., A.P.C. NACC.
Denominational Endorsement, i.e., \\"Letter of Call
Cooper University Health Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, physical or mental disability, marital status, Veteran status, national origin, or any other category protected by federal or state law.