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Blessing Hospital, Quincy, IL - Chaplain

Blessing Hospital

We are an integrated health system consisting of, two hospitals, two physician groups, an accredited college of nursing and health sciences, a network of medical specialty businesses and a charitable foundation. In all that we do, we aim to connect with and improve the health of our communities. Combining the latest technology with a personal touch, we provide high quality care, close to home. Every program, service, certification or technology upgrade is specifically to benefit you, the people we serve.

Church Information

Church/Organization Employee Average Attendance Location
3000 N/A Quincy, IL USA

Contact Information

link   https://www.blessinghealth.org/

Prudence Bickhaus Martin
mail   [email protected]
phone   (217) 223-8400

PO Box 7005
Quincy, IL 62301

Position Information

Position Category Position Title Position Type Weekly Hours
Other Chaplain Paid Full-Time 30-40+

Job Description


Job Summary

The Chaplain provides ministry, spiritual guidance and support to patients, family members, caregivers and staff. Works in collaboration with the elected Chaplains Executive Committee members, Chaplain, Chaplaincy Program Coordinator and the Director of Volunteer Services to guide and direct the Volunteer Chaplaincy Program. Offers pastoral care to those with no specific affiliation/preference or no pastor available. Works in an interfaith environment using a non-denominational style of counseling. This position requires working with Volunteer Chaplains of many faiths serving a diverse population and provides counseling to patients undergoing surgical procedures, facing end of life issues or involved in traumatic events. Provides service to many age populations including neonate through geriatric in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.


• Education/Training/Experience:


• Bachelor Degree

• Four Completed Units of Clinical Pastoral Education

• Bereavement education and experience

• Crisis intervention education and experience

• Ability to work closely in a trusting relationship with patients, hospital professionals, volunteer chaplains, and area clergy

• Denominational Endorsement

• PREFERRED: Master of Divinity or related field, Two years of full-time pastoral experience in parish ministry, Volunteer Chaplain experience during parish ministry, Three years experience as a Healthcare Chaplain, strongly preferred, Experience working directly with volunteers, chaplaincy or spiritual care volunteers preferred, Ordination Certification by one of the national clergy certifying organizations concerned with pastoral care in institutions, such as APC, CPSP, or NACC, strongly preferred Experience using healthcare documentation programs, Proficient in Microsoft office systems

• License/Certifications/Special Requirements: Must be certified as a chaplain by one of the national clergy certifying organizations concerned with pastoral care in institutions

Applicant Requirements

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