Campus Chaplain/Associate Church Pastor
Applications are available in the Human Resources Office or available online.
- Applications from current employees are welcome.
- Applicants must be members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
- Email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (707-965-6400), or mail (Human Resources Office, One Angwin Avenue, Angwin, CA 94508), your signed application to Human Resources
- Please contact Human Resources regarding questions about this position.
- Applications from qualified applicants are forwarded to the employing department by Human Resources
- Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted by Human Resources or the employing department
Staff Job Opening
Upon receipt of qualified candidate
; Commensurate with degree and experience (plus denominational benefits depending upon qualifications and experience)
The Campus Chaplain is an integral part of the Pacific Union College Office of Campus Ministries, grounded in the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The Chaplain provides faith development opportunities and spiritual care for students, enriches the spiritual and intellectual life of the campus, assists in building a vibrant College community of faith and learning, and helps further the mission of preparing its students for productive lives of useful human service and uncompromising personal integrity.
This position reports directly to the Vice President for Student Life keeping him/her involved in all planning, organizing, and development of Pacific Union College’s spiritual life program.
- Assists in strategic planning, implementation, and assessment processes for comprehensive faith development programming.
- Serve as director of the Office of Campus Ministries (OCM)
- Assists in processes (in partnership with the Department of Theology and the PUC Church) that intentionally seek to build positive relationshipsbetween students and ministry staff and engage students in the spiritual life of campus.
- Foster the development of co-curricular programming that will assiststudents in the integration of Adventist faith with their respective academic disciplines
- Plan and coordinate religious activities on the campus
- Serve as a primary speaker in Chapel
- Maintain a high level of visibility on-campus and accessibility to students.
- Provide strategic guidance on issues related to spiritual mentoring of the studentbody
- Serve as a liaison between the college administration and pastoral staff
- Provide worship, discipleship, and service opportunities for all students
- Plan and execute Collegiate Sabbath School, Student Week of Prayer, studygroups, and retreats
- Mentor student leadership for the student led church, vespers, and otherreligious programming
- Serve as advisor to the Student Association Religious Vice President
- Coordinate and train student chaplains for residential life program
- Offer leadership and peer mentoring opportunities for students
- Perform all other duties as assigned.
- Master’s degree in Theology, Religion, Chaplaincy, or Masters of Divinity required.
- Minimum of three (3) years professional experience in student personnel, collegiate chaplaincy, or comparable experience
- Committed to the ministry of Seventh-day Adventist higher education
- Exceptional public presence (including, but not limited to, preaching and training)
- Capability to articulate and assess spiritual learning outcomes set in conjunction with Student Life, PUC’s SLOs, and the PUC Strategic Plan
- Ability to work well with people of all backgrounds, races, religions, and genders
- Demonstrated capacity and character for effective pastoral ministry
- Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.
Upon receipt of qualified candidate
PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.