Applications are welcomed from both ordained and lay individuals of any gender, faith, or ethnicity in line with our mission to truly reflect the communities we serve.
The primary role of a multi-faith chaplain will be to provide pastoral and spiritual care to all employees of North Wales Police and their families. They will also establish professional relationships and will build links within the operational policing environment.
A multi-faith chaplain should be a good listener who is also able to initiate difficult conversations. They should be compassionate and non-judgmental. They may be required to deal with sensitive situations and should be able to maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality in addition to their duty of care.
The service provided by Multi-Faith Chaplains will complement other departments such as occupational health, welfare and counselling, wellbeing, and staff networks and associations. They can also signpost to other organisations if required.
You will need a good knowledge of your own faith as well as being able to relate to those of a different faith or of no faith at all in order to be able to provide a multi-faith pastoral service to our diverse officers and staff.
This post will be subject to vetting at the same level which is required for police officers due to the nature and sensitivity of the work involved. You will also need to have support for your application from your faith organisation.
Visit our recruitment portal to view the post profile and apply. Applications will close on 30th September 2020.