NCCA Spring 2021 Conference & Job Postings

To get better at wintering, we need to address our very notion of time. We tend to imagine that our lives are linear, but they are in fact cyclical.” –Katherine May (author), Wintering: How I learned to Flourish When Life Became Frozen

Dear NCCA Members & Friends:

We hope that you and your family are doing well on this chilly Friday. Please let us know if there’s anything we can do to support you during this “wintering” season.

We had a very engaging conversation with retired chaplains – Janice Wakefield, Bob Hamilton, Elizabeth Stroop, Tony Biles and Cynthia Vaughan – earlier this month about how to have a long career in chaplaincy. If you missed it, you can watch this enlightening February 8th webinar: View Here

Registration is now open for the NCCA Virtual Spring Conference on April 22nd 23rd. The theme is “Hearing & Healing Our Communities: Courageous Conversations for Hope & Reconciliation”. Cost is $25. Click the link below for more details and to register.

Register for Spring 2021 Conference Here

Below are some current job postings:

PRN Chaplain/Spiritual Caregiver – Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County

A PRN (As Needed) position is available for Chaplains/Spiritual Caregivers that will assist the Chaplain and Bereavement Support department for Hospice and Palliative Care of Iredell County.

Position will be based in Statesville but will also help with calls and visits in the Mooresville area.  Position is flexible with schedule to some extent but the expectation will be to assist with coverage needs on weekdays and weekends as well as holidays as need dictates.  Position will also serve as support for homecare on these days and be responsible for any On-Call needs during this time.

Masters of Divinity with at least 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Training in end-of-life care preferred or Masters in Pastoral Counseling.  Experience as a chaplain and bereavement counselor, Board Certified by the Association of Professional Chaplains also preferred Competitive salary is available.  Contact:

Chaplain and Faith Community Liaison – Caldwell Hospice and Palliative Care Hudson, NC

Built on a foundation of over 39 years of experience in patient-centered end-of-life care, Caldwell Hospice is the proven choice for the care residents deserve. If you want to improve the quality of life for patients and families in Caldwell, Burke, Alexander, Wilkes and Catawba counties now is a great time to join our growing team!

Caldwell Hospice is seeking a full-time Chaplain and Faith Liaison to serve the spiritual needs of patients and caregivers and develop and strengthen relationships in the faith communities in Caldwell, Burke, Alexander, Wilkes and Catawba counties. Candidates must be a resident of Caldwell, Wilkes, Catawba, Burke and Alexander counties, have a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) or equivalent graduate degree from an accredited seminary or divinity school, completed two Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) units or equivalent clinical training and experience, certified or progressing to certification, and two years of experience, preferably with death, dying and grief.

Caldwell Hospice offers competitive compensation and benefits, and a work environment that fosters a spirit of teamwork and support. Caldwell Hospice is an equal opportunity employer and grants employment opportunity without regard to ethnic group, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or other protected class characteristics.

If you are interested, please: Apply Here

Have a good weekend,

Your NCCA Executive Team

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