Protestant Chaplain, Temp

Location
Boston, Suffolk County
Posted
Jul 24, 2014


Emerson College

Protestant Chaplain, Temp


The Protestant Campus Chaplain is one of three part time clergy and reports to the Associate Dean of Students for administrative activities and the Chair of the Office of Spiritual Life for day to day activities related to the goals of the office and is responsible for providing consultation to students, faculty and administration in the area of Protestant life. The Protestant Campus Chaplain is a member of Office of Spiritual Life and has primary responsibility for coordination of Protestant programs and services for the campus. In addition, the Protestant Campus Chaplain works closely with the other chaplains to respond to the needs of a spiritually diverse campus community. This 9 month part time consultant position runs the academic calendar.Campus Location
Boston Campus

Primary Duties, Responsibilites, and Tasks
Responsibilities include:
• Hold and report a regular schedule of office hours in the Center for Spiritual Life, attend and participate in related activities and events and be on campus at 10 hours per week while classes are in session.
• Provide consultation to students, faculty and administration in the area of Protestant life.
• Advise and assist the student members of the Emerson Christian Fellowship in attaining group goals.
• Preside over (or arrange for the celebration of important feasts and spiritual celebrations;
• Plan and implement programs relating to Protestantism, spirituality, religion, and community service.
• Meet twice a semester with the Associate Dean of Students.
• Participate in the Division of Student Affairs annual August retreat and any other training as mandated by Emerson College’s Office of Human Resources.
• Attend Student Life staff meetings (at least one per semester) and submit mid and year end progress reports to the Associate Dean of Students.
• Attend Office of Spiritual Life staff meetings and submit mid and end year progress reports to the Associate Dean of Students by the last day of class each semester.
• The contract will run from the first day of class to the last day of class each semester September through May.
• Compensation will be $23.60 per hour not to exceed $6,136.00 for the academic year.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Education (including hardware, software, and equipment)
Bachelor’s degree in related field with significant campus ministry experience. Demonstrated familiarity with a college/university environment and student developmental issues. Proven ability to work with college students of all backgrounds.

Required Prior Work Experience
Bachelor’s degree in related field with significant campus ministry experience.

Diversity Statement
Emerson College values and has placed an institutional priority on multiculturalism in the campus community. Through its constantly evolving curriculum it seeks to prepare students for success in an increasingly multicultural society. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with faculty, students, and staff from diverse backgrounds. Members of historically underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Annual Clery Report
In accordance with the federal Clery and Campus SaVE Acts, Emerson College commits to providing all current and prospective students and employees with access to the annual campus security reports for each of our campuses. This report may be accessed from the Emerson College Police Department website.

Open Until Filled
No

Classification Title
Protestant Chaplain, Temp

To apply, please visit:
www.emerson.edu

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