Ecumen Hospice is currently seeking a Hospice Chaplain to join its growing, dynamic team providing services in Chisago county and surrounding area. At 32 hours a week, 64 hours a pay period, this position is eligible for all benefits Ecumen Hospice has to offer. The main office is located in Oakdale, Minnesota. Ecumen creates home for older adults wherever they choose to live. Our employees are dedicated to empowering our customers to lead richer, fuller lives and have consistently recognized Ecumen as a “Best Place to Work,” an award by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal.
The Hospice Chaplain Is responsible for developing, directing, and coordinating comprehensive programs of spiritual care. The chaplain will assess, coordinate, develop, and direct the spiritual care program to assure we meet the spiritual and religious needs for our residents. Supports the family and caregiver bereavement activities of the organization.
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This position requires a person who is a graduate of an accredited seminary or school of theology (BD, M.Div. or equivalent theological degree). Minimum of 3 years pastoral care or chaplain ministry expereince required. Licensed or Ordination by a recognized religious organization and/or Ecclesiastical Endorsement of healthcare ministry also required. Four units of Clinical Pastoral Education preferred. Ability to work as a member of interdisciplinary group. All Ecumen employees must possess the ability to communicate effectively, including written and verbal skills; work well, both individually and as part of a team, through respect, collaboration and dedication; and successfully interact with a diverse culture base. The successful candidate must be able to prioritize and organize work effectively and efficiently, and demonstrate a positive attitude, high integrity and ethical awareness.
EOE/AA. Drug Free Workplace.
Ecumen is an equal opportunity employer. Ecumen considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.