Band 6 Roman Catholic Chaplain
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
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JOB TITLE Trust Chaplain (Roman Catholic/Female)
DEPARTMENT Spiritual Care - Chaplaincy
BAND 6 pro rata
HOURS OF WORK To be agreed from total of 18.75 (may include on call)
TYPE OF CONTRACT Part time 18.75
SALARY RANGE 38762 - 45765 with HCA supplement (Outer London) pro rata
Main duties of the job
This exciting post requires a compassionate and resourceful chaplain with significant pastoral experience We are looking for those who wish to pursue the development of a high standard of pastoral, spiritual and religious care for patients, staff, and families at North Mid where we are committed on our journey to delivering an outstanding patient experience.
The post-holder will be an integral member of a strong and supportive ecumenical and multi faith Spiritual Care - Chaplaincy Team serving the hospital and Enfield and Haringey communities. The on call (if required) is one/two days per week at present.
Based on demands and requests received from our patients and staff, there is a need to deliver services to female patients and staff. Hence, we welcome interest from female candidates only with the following experience/training: Eucharistic minister (Roman Catholic). This is a genuine occupational requirement under the Equality Act 2010.
Certificate of Sponsorship
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Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).