Status: Exempt (Salaried)/40 hours per week
Education: College degree; seminary training and Masters of Divinity degree; ordained or eligible for ordination in a major Protestant denomination.
Skills: Excellent interpersonal skills; solid pastoral and organizational skills; competent worship leader and planner; strong communication skills (written and oral); computer literate; demonstrated theological faithfulness; Collegiality;
Experience: 5+ years Pastoral ministry experience with high recommendations; some Clinical Pastoral experience preferred; experience in ministering to seniors a plus; Interfaith participation
The Protestant pastoral associate/Continuing Care Chaplain serves the Protestant residents of Seabrook (and sometimes staff) by leading worship, administering sacraments, preaching and teaching on a regular basis and through physical presence. This includes serving residents in both independent neighborhoods and those residing at Continuing Care.(30 Hours) Provides pastoral care and spiritual comfort to residents of Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing (10 hours)
Lead a weekly Sunday service and a weekly Vespers service. Offer a biweekly service at Continuing Care, including monthly Communion.
Provide pastoral care to residents in times of illness, bereavement, or difficulty.
Develop and coordinate programs with the Protestant Council, such as Scripture study or other offerings for spiritual growth.
Participate as an active team member of the Pastoral Ministries Staff under the supervision of the Pastoral Ministries Manager.
Assess, with the Pastoral Ministries Manager, the quality of life in the Protestant faith community to determine the short and long term direction of the ministry program.
Cooperatively work in both an interfaith environment and with a Protestant faith community that is diverse and non-denominational in character.
Attend weekly meetings with the Pastoral Ministries staff.
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Position Location: Seabrook Village, 3000 Essex Road, Tinton Falls, NJ 07728
Deadline for sending resumes: December 1, 2015
Contact Person: Rev. David Bowman, 732-643-2082