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  • Spiritual Life Coordinator - Trinity Manor, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

    Trinity Manor at Stonebridge has an opening for a Permanent Part-time Spiritual Life Director/Coordinator.  Trinity Manor is Saskatoon’s newest active living retirement community and offers more than a safe, comfortable home—we offer a sense of community.   Trinity Manor is owned and operated by the Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan. 

    Job Summary:  Reporting to the Executive Lead of Mission, Ethics, & Spirituality of the Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan, the Spiritual Life Coordinator is responsible for working alongside the management team of Trinity Manor at Stonebridge.  The incumbent is responsible to plan and facilitate regular liturgical and para-liturgical services as required. To schedule a program of ‘spiritual life development’ for residents on an individual or group basis.  To provide Spiritual Care to people of all faiths that promotes wholeness and well-being through the development and integration of an individual's own spiritual resources and through the celebration of life.  The Coordinator continually promotes and shows an ongoing respect for the values, culture, and tradition of the Catholic faith.  


    The successful applicant will: 

    Demonstrated commitment to the Mission, Vision and Values of CHMS.

    Have a minimum of one year of Theology or related studies at the Master’s level from an accredited institution 

    A minimum of two units (four units preferred) Clinical Pastoral Education or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.  Applicants should be willing to seek advanced training to achieve CASC/ACSS professional certification if required

    Ability to operate office computer software. 

    Have facilitation skills to direct group dynamics and workshops for residents/staff/volunteers.

    Have the ability to listen, counsel, and be present in a multi-faith, multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary setting. 

    Ability to be non-judgmental and maintain confidence.

    Commitment to personal growth and development.

    Have experience in volunteer coordination.

    Preference given to candidates who: 

    Have a deep knowledge and understanding of Catholic health care history, principles, tradition and a thorough knowledge of the Health Ethics Guide

    Have appropriate spiritual and other leadership qualities they can bring to contemporary, Catholic, not-for-profit organizations

    Have a record of achievement as a collaborative leader, community and team builder and possess a high degree of interpersonal sensitivity and communication skills 


    As per Out-of-Scope Salary Band.

    Our thanks is extended to all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    Please submit a cover letter and your resume by Oct. 28th, 2014 to: Mr. Francis Maza, Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan, Email:  f [dot] maza [at] Catholichealth [dot] ca    Phone 306-249-5865  ext. 223

    Or Mail to:   104 – 3502 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK  S7H 5H9