The Chaplain incorporates the spiritual and emotional dimensions of human development into one's practice of care and reflects a working knowledge of different ethics theories appropriate to one's professional context. Additionally, the Chaplain is the spiritual care specialist of the care team responsible for assessing spiritual care needs and providing direct spiritual care and consultation to patients, families and staff. The Chaplain works with other members of the interdisciplinary team to identify and respond to spiritual and emotional needs and is attune to notice the relational dynamics and ethical principles at play in the clinical and professional setting.This Chaplain position is a full time (1.0) position that serves several areas throughout the organization. Approximately 8 hours per week are dedicated to each of the following areas: Hospice (0.2), Care Center (0.2), Palliative Care (0.2), Hospital (0.2), and administrative responsibilities along with participation in employee support programs and community outreach with local ministerial services (0.2). The hours between departments may need to be flexed based on volumes and needs.