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Clinical Pastoral Education Residency (ACPE) 
Yale-New Haven Hospital

Dept. of Spiritual Care H507
20 York Street
New Haven, CT 06510-3202

Contact ACPE Supervisor Angelina Zollfrank at cpe@ynhh.org.
Phone: (203) 688-2151
Fax: (203) 688-3478

Clinical Pastoral Education Residency (ACPE)
Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Washington, D.C.

Saint Elizabeths Hospital offers a year-long CPE Residency program. The Residency program provides students with three (3) units of CPE. This position is also open for students seeking a second year residency.

Information regarding residency application submission is as follows:
• Completed an ACPE Application (found on website www.acpe.edu).
Application and essay responses may be emailed in to robert.renix@dc.gov
     –It is preferred that all of your application materials be emailed as a single PDF.
     –No application fee.
• Applications are being accepted now. 
• Ordination or appropriate faith group authorization.
• Master of Divinity degree preferred; at least one year of theological training required at a graduate school accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (equivalency may be considered for international students).
• One previous unit of CPE preferred. Please submit Supervisor’s and Self-Evaluations for each unit completed. For those CPE Interns finishing up a Summer Unit please include your Final Self-Evaluation and forward your Supervisor’s Final Self-Evaluation upon receiving the final signed copy.
• Submit References along with application.
• Admission interview – in person, phone, or video conference (Skype, Zoom, etc.).
• Compensation is offered (stipend, Annual/Sick Leave, Holidays, Health care available).
• NOTE: Saint Elizabeths scheduled work week is Sunday–Thursday (8am – 4:30pm) with one Sunday per month off during which the work week will be Monday-Friday (8am -4:30 pm).

Mission Integration
Adventist Health Castle 
Kailua, Hawaii


Job Summary

The Director, Mission Integration directs the operations, analysis, strategic planning, budget allocations and facilitation of a ministry-wide mission integration strategy, ensures best practices within the framework of the Adventist Health Mission Model, and oversees staff learning and development.


This role is responsible for overseeing the operation of the Spiritual Life Department and Wellness and Lifestyle Medicine including goal setting, staffing, ensuring service standards, scheduling, preparing budget, conducting staff meetings, administering the Chaplain's Fund, selecting and training volunteers.  The Director, Mission Integration promotes a foundation of spiritual integration between work and life purpose to build and sustain a culture of care and compassion; partners with Employee Engagement team to include a spiritual component in engagement initiatives; directs the ministry of chaplains, including education, integration and evaluation of mission quality standards; and recruits, leads and inspires others responsible for spiritual care to integrate their ministry into the life of the campus and its initiatives.


In addition, the Director, Mission Integration leads mission integration initiatives in collaboration with ministry leadership; develops mission focused programs and materials designed to communicate the heritage, history and unique mission of the organization; works with Human Performance (HP) to integrate mission into recruiting, onboarding, orientation, retention, education and other areas of HP expertise; and assists campus leadership in fostering culture that reflects a holistic approach to health and is visual through inspirational symbolism on campus. 


This position also partners with campus Patient Experience team to ensure that mission initiatives support the Patient Experience goals and directs the delivery of certified and clinically integrated spiritual care to all patients served and demonstrates tangible differences.


The Director, Mission Integration is also responsible for collaborating on mission-related outreach strategies and events; working with ministry and faith community leadership to develop strategies to better serve the health and well-being of their congregants; partnering with faith communities in developing and leading initiatives to enhance the health and well-being of the community; building connections and trust with local congregations; and collaborating with community clergy and hospital staff to provide for patients' and residents' spiritual needs.


Furthermore, this role provides direct pastoral care as appropriate and performs other job-related duties as assigned.


The ideal candidate for this position is required to have a Bachelor's Degree in theology, divinity, religious studies, pastoral ministry, spirituality, ethics, or equivalent combination of education/related experience. The candidate should also be board certified by the Association of Professional Chaplains or be in active process of being board certified.


A Master of Divinity or equivalent from an accredited university or seminary and/or Masters of Public Health, four units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) from an accredited center, seven years' experience as a full-time Chaplain in a health care setting, five years' experience in a leadership or management role, and current licensure, certification and/or accreditation as required by state, federal statutes and hospital expectations and standards are preferred.


Adventist Health would also prefer a candidate with current ministerial credential from the Seventh-day Adventist Church and/or ecclesiastical endorsement by Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries.

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Campus Ministry Internship
Internship Overview
Our interns work alongside our senior staff in discipleship work at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
While our internship primarily exists to further the mission The House, it is designed to simultaneously give our interns opportunities to develop spiritually and theologically, to work in an atmosphere of personal and professional guidance and support, to gain practical ministry training, and to discover and use their strengths.  Interns will be able to explore college ministry in a variety of settings, including: one-on-one ministry, small groups, large groups, retreats, missions, and other ministry activities.
Internship Responsibilities
Assist the senior staff of The House with furthering our mission through: one-on-one and small group discipleship; leading small group Bible studies; planning ministry events (i.e. - retreats, conferences, mission trips); organizing social activities which serve as extensions of our ministry; creating relevant ministry programs specific to your strengths; responsibly fundraising $3000 toward the general operating budget of The House; maintaining a lifestyle of Biblical study and virtue.

Details of Internship
Dates: August 1 - May 4
Compensation: $1000/month + room & board provided through a host family.
Candidates must be willing to live and work full time in the city of Chattanooga, TN for the duration of the internship.


Chaplain Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO)

Chaplain Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) is a Secretary of the Navy Flagship program which has a 44 year history of proactively delivering specialized pastoral/spiritual care to address issues affecting readiness and resilience of service members. The Commander Naval Region Southeast is requesting contract services through NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville FL for Chaplain Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) Southeast programs/programming Contract Facilitators at:

  • Naval Station (NS) Mayport, FL;

  • Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, FL;

  • Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, FL;

  • Naval Submarine Base (NAVSUBBASE) King’s Bay, GA;

  • Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport, MS;

  • Naval Air Station (NAS) Corpus Christi, TX; and

  • Naval Station (NS) Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (A monthly housing allowance will be paid AND a one -time relocation expense will be provided.)‚Äč

To implement CREDO Southeast programming as a professional facilitator, and assist CREDO staff in providing administrative support as necessary to meet its mission of strengthening Fleet, Fighter and Family.


  • Facilitate Core Programs, Core Plus Workshops, Core Plus, and Tone of the Force and other presentations and briefs for the Navy
  • Conduct marketing and face-to-face meeting with military commanders and leaders;

  • Identify and develop additional capabilities and initiatives that can be delivered by Chaplain Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO);

  • Make appropriate referrals to a chaplain or other helping professionals;

  • Collect data and use the Navy Chaplain Ministry Support Tool (NCMST) to capture measures of performance and measures of effectiveness regarding CREDO programs;

  • Collaborate with other helping professionals within the Navy system; and

  • Submit monthly reports to respective Command Chaplains, CREDO Southeast Director, and the COR

Place of Naval Station Mayport, FL; Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL; Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL; Naval Submarine Base King’s Bay, GA; Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport, MS; Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, TX; and Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Hours of Operation: Chapel hours are Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. The work week for the Contractor services will include some weekends and evenings. No additional compensation or overtime shall be provided to work outside of chapel hours. This contract is for a full-time work-week, 40 hours per week, at each respective installation.

For more information and to apply contact: Carolyn Barksdale at carjbar@satx.rr.com.
To see a full explanation of this position and requirements, click here to download the job posting.




Minimum of 2 years in pastoral ministry or ministry in a health care setting, with demonstrated effectiveness. A combination of experience and education may be considered.

Click here to download PDF with complete job description and requirements.


Clinical Mission Integration (CMI) Specialist
Adventist Health System
Altamonte Springs, Florida

Adventist Health System is embarking on a strategy to support providers and patients’ spiritual needs in the outpatient setting. Positions will be filled by the fourth quarter of 2016.
Specific Job Duties
• Trains and supports providers in conducting screening spiritual
• Provides ongoing spiritual support for providers
• Assists in the development of Spiritual Care Teams in practices
• Mentors and supports Spiritual Care Coordinators to lead the
Spiritual Care Teams
• Provides spiritual counseling for patients referred by provider
• Develops a Spiritual Care Plan for referred patients and submits
to provider, according to protocol
• Maintains documentation of spiritual care referrals
• Establishes relationships with diverse community faith leaders to
create a network of support for sustainable spiritual care for
patients in the community
• Participates in Spiritual Care Team huddles monthly to quarterly
as indicated
• Liaisons with AHS hospital chaplains for continuity of patient’s
spiritual care on admission
• Implements and supports mission-based initiatives as required
• Collects and reports stories and experiences that highlight the
mission impact in practices      
• Maintains log of practice visit by date, documenting any pertinent
information for management
Experience Requirements
• Experience in providing spiritual counseling such as counseling,
theology, religious studies, psychology, or social work
• Experience working in a clinical setting preferred
• Territory management
Education Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Master’s degree preferred
• Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) preferred
Computer Skills
• Basic web navigational and computer skills required
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required
• Travel required across the assigned region
Positions Available
1. Chicago, Illinois-Full Time
2. Calhoun, Georgia-Part Time
3. Hendersonville, South Carolina-Part Time
4. Tampa Florida-Full Time
5. Central Florida-Full Time
For more information, contact Kathy Perno at kathleen.perno@ahss.org.

Assistant Professor
School of Religion
Loma Linda University
Loma Linda, California

This position includes teaching undergraduate and graduate courses for the various programs throughout the university, as well as core classes in the M.S. in Chaplaincy program.
Ph.D./Th.D. from an accredited institution in the area of either practical theology, psychology of religion, chaplaincy, behavioral health, or a closely related field preferred.
Minimum two years clinical training and experience in areas such as pastoral care, chaplaincy, counseling, marriage and family education, and/or pastoral ministry required.
Two years teaching experience at the college level preferred. Board certified chaplain (BCC), or pastoral counselor, therapist (e.g., LMFT, LPC, etc.) is preferred. Member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church preferred.
To apply: Go to http://bit.ly/26b2yNT

Resident Chaplain (Part-time)
Loma Linda University Medical Center
Loma Linda, California

The Resident Chaplain performs general Chaplain Responsibilities in harmony with the mission of the Medical Center and is committed to the ministry of Chaplaincy as a career.
Master's Degree in Clinical Ministry. Minimum of one year of Pastoral experience required or equivalent 2 units of CPE Training (if not already obtained; 4 units total by end of residency) Ordination or in progress. A ceremony to publicly recognize one's fitness by your Denomination for full-time service in Pastoral Care. Ministerial credential, commissioned ministerial credential, and ministerial license required. NAD ministerial license required if considered by the church a Spiritual Leader.
To apply: Go to http://bit.ly/20R36V8


Staff Chaplain (Part-Time)
Berkshire Medical Center
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

-Master's degree in Divinity, Theology, Spirituality or related field required.
-Proven pastoral skills in parish, healthcare, or other settings required.
-Clinical Pastoral Education training (minimum of two units required, four units preferred)
-Certification (or eligibility for) the College of Chaplains, NACC, National Association of Jewish Chaplains other recognized endorsing body.
-Experienced Chaplain with strong interfaith commitment.
Ability to work collaboratively with interdisciplinary team and physicians.
To apply:



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