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Chaplain III (24963BR)

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Location: Berryville, Arkansas, South United States, USA
Company: Tyson Foods
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Open Til: 02-Mar-12
Industry Sector: Food/Processing
Industry Type: Biotechnology
Career Type: Human Resources
Job Type: Full Time
Minimum Years Experience Required: N/A
Salary: TBD

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Job Description:

This position will be responsible for making personal contact with Team Members and their families on occasions of family or individual crisis, illness, hospitalization, deaths, and special occasions or accomplishments. The chaplain will provide short-term pastoral counseling (limit to three sessions) when requested by Team Members, supervisors, or managers. Long-term counseling will be referred to community resources. The chaplain will be available to all people regardless of their religious affiliation or beliefs. There are to be no ethical or moral breaches of conduct. Chaplains must maintain a high standard of integrity and strictly avoid inappropriate behavior with any individual he/she is counseling. Any information the chaplain learns about a Team Member or Tyson Foods must be confidential, with certain exceptions set forth in Company policy. The Tyson Chaplain must be an active or retired member in good standing of their religious faith group. The chaplain must have the endorsement of their religious faith group in order to be hired as a Tyson Chaplain. Ordination is preferred. When the chaplain is ministering to Tyson team members they must maintain a clear identity of their role as the Tyson Chaplain and not as their role in their faith community.


Education: Candidates for this full-time position are required to have a Master of Divinity Degree or an equivalent degree from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education for consideration. It is preferred that chaplains will have completed a minimum of one unit/quarter of Clinical Pastoral Education. Preference is given to clergy who are board certified by one of the following professional organizations: The Association of Professional Chaplains; the National Association of Catholic Chaplains; The American Association of Pastoral Counselors; The Association of Clinical Pastoral Educators.

Experience: First preference is given to military chaplains and/or other institutional or workplace chaplains with 4 or more years of chaplain experience. Candidates with no chaplain experience may not be considered. The style of ministry in the workplace is very different than that of a traditional ministry. The Tyson Chaplain must be able to identify and understand people of different faith groups or religious traditions or no belief system and address issues that arise in the workplace.

Computer Skills: Basic computer skills to include experience with MS Office programs, such as Word, Excel, Outlook, and able to complete an internet search for required religious or faith tradition information or material.

Other Requirements: The chaplain must have strong interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to work well with people from various cultures & economic levels. They need the ability to relate well to both management and hourly Team Members. They must have an ecumenical and pluralistic approach to ministering with a willingness to reach out to persons of different religious affiliations and to people with no affiliation to a faith group. The chaplain needs to be familiar with referral sources in the community for financial, medical, housing or counseling issues. Bilingual skills (Spanish) are beneficial at this location. All chaplains need to possess language skills sufficient to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization.

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