System Manager of Spiritual Care - Bozeman Health, MT

July 24, 2020

Bozeman Health is seeking a System Manager of Spiritual Care to join the dedicated team of Spiritual Health at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital. You will enjoy an incomparable quality of life in the stunningly beautiful and welcoming city of Bozeman, MT.

What You’ll Do
The System Manager of Spiritual Health promotes spiritual health as an important aspect of total health. He/she leads a team of caring and compassionate professionals in the Spiritual Health Department and supervises all spiritual care for the Bozeman Health. The Manager oversees and provides for spiritual support and services to patients, families, staff and volunteers through spiritual counseling, culturally appropriate interventions, referrals to community spiritual leaders and other community resources. The System Manager develops objectives, policies and procedures, maintains productivity, and oversees the department budget. The System Manager focuses on the mission of Bozeman Health and provides research and evidence-based clinical spiritual care that is patient and family centered, caring and compassionate, and integrating spiritual resources as pathways for healing, well-being, and health-related quality of life for each person.

  • Exempt, Full-time position
  • Master's Degree in a theological or pastoral field, or an advanced degree at the graduate professional level equivalent to two years of full-time study. That study shall be completed at a school accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).
  • Ecclesiastical Endorsement and/or ordination in good standing by an appropriate faith group for ministry as a healthcare chaplain or spiritual care professional. Successful completion of a minimum of four units of Clinical Pastoral Education from an accredited training center approved by the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE). Is certified by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC), the National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC), the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC), or the Canadian Association for Spiritual Practice and Education (CAPPE)
  • Minimum of three (3) years full-time experience as a spiritual care department director/supervisor of a multi-person staff
Where You’ll Work
Our nonprofit community hospital, Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital has been committed to providing caring professional medical services for more than a century. From our beginnings as a single hospital, we now cover a service area that extends throughout southwestern Montana with our 86-bed facility with nearly 200 physicians representing 42 specialties. Our health system is comprised of two hospitals, several specialty treatment centers, a network of physician and urgent care clinics, outpatient treatment facilities, and retirement and assisted-living facilities, all staffed by hundreds of physicians, nurses, medical assistants, technologists, specialists, experts of many varieties and dedicated professionals.

Where You’ll Live
With the multitude of activities available in Bozeman, Montana's back yard, you'll find your adventure in no time. From hiking or skiing the mountains to experiencing the power of Yellowstone the area surrounding Bozeman offers a magnificent way to experience all that Montana has to offer, any time of year.

Bozeman's economy is one of the strongest in the State of Montana with tourism and the high-tech industry making a big splash in the area. One in every 10 new businesses formed in Montana come from Gallatin County, making us second in business growth in the state. Home to Montana State University, Bozeman’s high quality of living attracts and retains excellent employees who enjoy our area's unique recreational opportunities, a nationally-recognized public school system and cultural amenities that exceed cities twice our size. There’s simply no better place to live, work, and play.

Who You’ll Work For
Our parent corporation, Bozeman Health, is the largest private employer in Gallatin Valley with nearly 2,000 employees. We're DNV GL accredited, a verified Level III Trauma Center, five-star-rated for Community Value by Cleverley + Associates.

We are truly passionate about helping individuals improve community health and quality of life. As we strive to be a leading integrated health system, our patients are our first priority. When you receive treatment at our facility, you will experience the difference right away. Every patient is treated with respect, care, and attention.

Contact: Linda Sandhu

Address: 915 Highland Blvd BOZEMAN MT 59715

Phone: 4064141789

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