Chaplain Resident, Waukesha
Chaplain Resident, Waukesha
- Job Title:Chaplain Resident
- 100 N East Ave
- Waukesha, WI, 53186
- United States
- Employee Type:Administrative Staff
- Job Category:Student Affairs, Staff
Carroll University and the Presbytery of Milwaukee are pleased to announce their Chaplain Residency Partnership for the 2021-22 academic year. This unique opportunity will allow an emerging faith leader to experience the innovative, energetic ministry of the Carroll campus and the heart of the pastorate in a vital Presbyterian congregation. Working halftime in each setting, the resident will receive mentorship, continuing education, diverse ministry experiences, and a sustainable compensation package.
Pioneering Together: Be a Pastor, Scholar, & Entrepreneur
- Serve at Carroll University
- Serve in the Presbytery of Milwaukee
- Advance and provide spiritual care services to targeted student populations, including student athletes, student organization leaders, student volunteers, and other groups as assigned.
- Provide one-on-one spiritual counseling/pastoral care to students of any religious tradition or spiritual worldview.
- Support campus worship, small groups, bible studies, spiritual wellness offerings, and other spiritual life programming. Initiate programming as directed.
- Collaborate with other offices of the University in supporting educational programs and initiatives, both in person and virtual. Provide a pastoral presence at various campus events.
- Further the University's work on diversity, equity, and inclusion, including interreligious awareness and engagement.
- Work collaboratively with the Student Ministry Team, focusing on spiritual nurture and vocational development.
- Participate in mentoring and continuing educational opportunities provided as part of the Chaplain Residency Partnership program.
- Develop and maintain own spiritual disciplines; engage appropriately with the Presbytery of Milwaukee and other partnering ecclesial bodies.
- Perform additional duties as required.
- Rooted in candidate's own faith tradition, spiritually reflective, and self-aware
- Culturally aware; able to work with individuals from a wide range of backgrounds, religious identities, and belief systems; eager to support an inclusive and welcoming environment for all Carroll students and employees
- Compassionate listener with experience in pastoral care; willingness to expand skills in trauma response and suicide prevention
- Able to maintain confidentiality, recognize professional limitations, and refer to appropriate offices/services as needed
- Committed to education as a value of the Reformed tradition and passionate about being a lifelong learning
- Self-directed and collaborative in work style; ready to both receive and provide constructive feedback in a mutual learning environment; able to manage conflict effectively
- Energetic, positive, creative, flexible, good-humored, and fun
Education and/or Experience:
- M.Div. or other theological master's degree strongly preferred; applicants who have completed a minimum of 48 units of an M.Div. may be considered
- Bachelor's degree required
- Must demonstrate ecclesial standing or affiliation, preference for those seeking to serve in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) or other full-communion denominations
- Must be fluent in various social media platforms, such as Instagram and Snapchat
- Able to use various applications of Microsoft 365
Human Relations Skills:
- Candidate must be willing to keep a flexible schedule, including some hours on evenings and weekends
- Candidate will demonstrate the values of Carroll's https://www.carrollu.edu/about/purpose/ethos/a">ethos, appropriately convey the inclusive culture of the Office of Spiritual Life, and maintain appropriate pastoral boundaries
- Candidates must be willing and able to support and advance the http://www.carrollu.edu/about/missionstatement.asp/a">University mission.
To apply, please visit: https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6153588.careers?showjob=402967940