ACPE Certified Educator, Agnesian HealthCare, Fond du Lac, WI

TITLE: ACPE CERTIFIED EDUCATOR

POSITION  OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Establish and Accredit a CPE Program
  • Supervise and Support 12 Staff Chaplains
  • Manage the delivery of daily spiritual care
  • Initiate educational programming for staff and community

MEASURES OF SUCCESS:

  • Become familiar and with the organization and staff
  • Begin the process of establishing Agnesian as an independent, accredited CPE Center
  • Determine the strategic activities needed for a CPE residency program of 4 – 6 students

SKILL SET:

  • Masters of Divinity or a related discipline
  • ACPE Certified or Associate Certified Educator
  • Three years of CPE program educator experience
  • Board Certification as Hospital Chaplain is preferred
  • Sense of how to start-up and grow a CPE program

CLIENT DESCRIPTION:

Agnesian HealthCare, a member of  SSM Health (40,000 employees) is a locally based, not-for-profit integrated health system that includes three hospitals, a surgery center, nursing homes, hospice care and numerous clinics.  Agnesian HealthCare holds to a belief in Healing Power of Presence.

 

FFond du Lac, WI (pop. 43,000+) is situated on the southern shore of Lake Winnebago, one of the country’s largest inland lakes.  Fond du Lac is known for its world-class fishing, windsurfing, snowmobiling and ice fishing.  It is home to Marian College, a private Catholic university and Mercury Marine, a division of the Brunswick Corporation.

 

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: A COMPETITIVE Wage and Benefit package (including relocation assistance) is provided!

For more information, please call Richard Thorne at Thorne Consulting (404) 873-3775

E-mail resume:  richard@thorneconsulting.com

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