Chaplain Jobs Vacancy in Uniting Richmond
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Chaplain Jobs Vacancy in Uniting Richmond Jobs Details:
- Inclusive and diverse organisation
- Flexible working environment
- Richmond NSW
At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.
Our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve. We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe.
As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.
We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate.
About the opportunity
Our mission team is seeking a compassionate Ordained Minister or suitably qualified lay person to fill a full-time Chaplaincy placement in the Hawkesbury Hub of Uniting Ageing, West area. You will be responsible for supervising, leading and developing a team of Pastoral Practitioners and Volunteers to deliver a high level of differentiated quality spiritual and pastoral support to staff and clients of Uniting. Key responsibilities may include;
- Provide spiritual and pastoral care to all those in our care as well as, volunteers, families and staff
- Further develop strong and meaningful links between Uniting management and with local congregations, presbyteries and volunteers to support spiritual and pastoral services
- Provide spiritual pastoral care that gives expression to the faith of believers, offers reconciliation between people and with God, supports people in their suffering and crisis, and helps people in their search to find purpose and meaning, value and direction, hope and peace
- Provide and assist with the coordinating and conducting of regular liturgical services for residents, pastoral team and their families.
You operate with personal integrity and a values base that aligns with Uniting’s. You have completed a Diploma or Degree in Theology or Ministry or equivalent and completed one or more units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) or equivalent. Specifically, you will be able to demonstrate:
- Experience working or volunteering in pastoral care with older people
- Sound knowledge and understanding of the Uniting Church and its polity, its structure, systems and processes
- Understanding of pastoral care issues relating to aged care
- Demonstrated empathy and affinity with older people
- Highly effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills, including moderate computer skills
Benefits & culture
Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
- Ongoing training & development
- Career development opportunities
Click on the link below to apply. If you have any queries, please feel free to contact Rev. Kevin Duck via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0427 266 022 for a confidential discussion.
Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national police check, reference checks, working with children checks and for ordained applicants a confirmation of Good Standing.