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To provide pastoral, spiritual, and religious care to patients, carers, relatives, staff and visitors of the hospital of all faiths and none.
To be a specialised resource in matters of spirituality, religion and variable beliefs.
To able to offer experiential knowledge, assistance and advice whenever called upon. To be available 24/7 across the whole Trust when on-call.
Chaplain job description
Ordained member of a denomination from the Christian Tradition in good standing order with their religious authorities.
University or Theological College Training
Authorised by your faith community
Ordained for at least five years
Evidence of successful team involvement
Personal experience in effectively coping with a variety of extremely distressing health situations
Ability to give examples of multi-faith and non- faith working
To be able to demonstrate a proven variety of pastoral, spiritual and religious knowledge
Aptitude to demonstrate self-knowledge
Skills and Aptitudes
Able to work with I.T. equipment and willing to develop skills
Proven presentation and teaching abilities
Ability to reflect on work theologically
offering pastoral, spiritual, religious care in distressing situations
To live close enough to the Hospital to be on-site within twenty minutes if called out night or day
Able to withstand long and unsocial hours of working
Able to have the stamina to withstand long periods
of physical and mental endurance
Meet the needs of the dying and support carers, family, friends and staff.
To ensure professional development is maintained
To provide support and advice to local clergy and churches in matters of mutual concern and interest
To act on referrals respecting the DATA protection Act and patient confidentiality
Teach and facilitate courses as required by the Trust
To work as an effective member of the Chaplaincy team, and multi-disciplinary teams in all matters
To actively participate in the wider work of the Trust as appropriate
Respond to the on-call demand by being on site within twenty minutes
To oversee the Chaplaincy Department when the Lead Chaplain is off site or on vacation or leave.
Able to communicate effectively with all staff, patients and others in situations which may be distressing and sensitive.
To treat confidential information with professional integrity and respect
To accept constructive criticism with professionalism and integrity and to respond positively
To implement such policies and practices required by the Trust and Chaplaincy Department
To be a member of the United Kingdom Board of Healthcare Chaplains and abide by their Professional Code of Practice, and to maintain registration.
To undertake appropriate, regular professional training
To have a full clear CRB check
To undertake the process of auditing and the recording of Chaplaincy work either manually or on the Chaplaincy IT system
Responsible to the Lead Chaplain.
To work as part of an ecumenical Chaplaincy team, this includes volunteers.
To provide for the spiritual, religious and pastoral needs of patients, carers, relatives, visitors and staff of the hospital, of all faiths and none.
To have physical stamina as well as psychological and mental strength to meet the desired 50% responsibility of being available for on-call 7 days in 14 (or longer as circumstances prescribe)
To ability to cope with numerous, unpredictable and sometimes distressing encounters
To visit all wards and departments on a regular basis.
Preside at chapel services and offer sacramental rites as required.