Hospital Chaplains - North Shore, Northland, Hawke's Bay

Waitemata DHB, North Shore Hospital 
Full-Time Hospital Chaplain based at North Shore Hospital; Waitemata DHB
1 x FTE   General Chaplain

Closes: 4 pm Friday 13 March 2020
Job Description: 2020_Job_Description_Hospital_North_Shore_Hospital_Waitemata_DHB.docx
Application Form: Application_Form_Chaplain_North_Shore_Waitemata_DHB.01.docx 
Applicants can send their CV, Cover Letter and Application form to admin@ichc.org.nz  

Northland DHB, Whangarei Hospital 
Part-Time (0.7 FTE) Hospital Chaplain based at Whangarei Hospital; Northland DHB
0.7 x FTE  General Chaplain 

Closes: 4 pm Friday 13 March 2020
Job Description: 2020_Job_Description_Whangarei_Hospital_Northland_DHB.docx 
Application Form: Application_Form_Chaplain_Whangarei_Northland_DHB.docx 
Applicants can send their CV, Cover Letter and Application form to admin@ichc.org.nz  

Hawke's Bay DHB, Hastings Hospital 
Full-Time Hospital Chaplain based at Hastings Hospital; Hawke’s Bay DHB
0.5 x FTE Mental Health Chaplain and 0.5 x FTE  General Chaplain 

Closes: 4 pm Friday 6 March 2020
Job Description: 2020 JD_HB_.5_FTE_mental_health_chaplain_.5_General_hospital_chaplain.01.docx
Application Form: Application_Form_HBDHB_Positon_2020.01.docx 
Applicants can send their CV, Cover Letter and Application form to admin@ichc.org.nz  

Interchurch Council for Hospital Chaplaincy (ICHC)  
ICHC provides spiritual, pastoral, and religious care for Aotearoa New Zealand public hospitals. We are committed to maintaining and developing highly skilled, flexible, and professional chaplaincy services within the healthcare environment. The primary purpose of our ministry is to foster good health through excellence in compassionate spiritual and pastoral care. Our Chaplains work alongside other healthcare professionals in hospital settings as an integral part of the interdisciplinary teams. We are committed to the principles of partnership, participation, and protection of the Treaty of Waitangi and we believe such principles benefit all. Our spiritual and pastoral care is provided by Christian Chaplains in the most appropriate way for all healthcare clients and/or patients, regardless of religious denomination, faith-orientation, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Chaplains also facilitate and coordinate client and/or patient access to the spiritual and religious care of their choice. We are funded by the Ministry of Health and a broad range of Churches as well as individuals and trusts.