Anglican Chaplain - HMP Hull

Posted 12 days agoExpires in 1 day
HM PRISON HULL HULL
Chaplain
£30938 - £32424

This is a Chaplaincy job in an establishment which provides pastoral and faith specific care to prisoners and staff.

PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST APPLY DIRECTLY THROUGH THE HMPPS WEBSITE HERE.

The job holder will be responsible for the religious care of prisoners and staff in the Anglican faith tradition and will be qualified to provide guidance in a capacity as outlined below, meeting the current Faith Eligibility Requirements held by Chaplaincy HQ.

The job holder will work with colleagues to ensure the delivery of the specification “Faith and Pastoral Care”, and also the broader work of chaplaincy in delivering faith and non-faith based courses. Will contribute to the process by which the Governor and Head of Chaplaincy/Profession at HQ are assured that the specification is being delivered.

The job holder will engage with, and build contacts with their own faith community towards aiding the resettlement of offenders.

This is a non-operational job with no line management responsibilities.

PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST APPLY DIRECTLY THROUGH THE HMPPS WEBSITE HERE.

Responsibilities, Activities and Duties

The job holder will be required to carry out the following responsibilities, activities and duties:

• Act as faith advisor in the establishment providing advice, pastoral care and spiritual welfare to prisoners, staff and their families as requested
• Facilitate and deliver opportunities for worship study and religious programmes
• Contribute towards the development of local policy, procedures and practice
• Provide mentoring and personal support for other chaplains and volunteers including following incidents
• Be part of the provision of available and accessible chaplaincy care at all times
• Plan and lead worship and prayer / faith specific meetings
• Provide pastoral care to prisoners and help to provide support and bring resolution to crisis situations where required
• Nurture Chaplaincy volunteers in their contribution
• Work collaboratively with other Chaplains and Managing Chaplain on the maintenance and provision of facilities for worship and prayer
• Ensure your prison community is aware of relevant religious events and coordinate establishment support for these
• Be proactive in forging links with their local faith communities and other agencies, as relevant and consider ways in which these communities/agencies may become involved in mentoring prisoners on release
• Participate in developing ways for improving and achieving targets As required, undertake and ensure that all relevant administration, data collection and analysis including relevant targets are collated
• Be part of the organisation and delivery of Faith Awareness Training for staff
• Undertake Diocesan Ministerial Reviews, where appropriate
• Provide appropriate support to the establishment in the absence of the Managing Chaplain
• Actively support the Assessment, Care in Custody and Teamwork (ACCT) process

The duties/responsibilities listed above describe the post as it is at present and is not intended to be exhaustive. The job holder is expected to accept reasonable alterations and additional tasks of a similar level that may be necessary. Significant adjustments may require re-examination under the Job Evaluation Scheme and shall be discussed in the first instance with the job holder.

Behaviours

• Communicating and Influencing
• Managing a Quality Service
• Making Effective Decisions
• Leadership
• Working Together

Essential Experience

Chaplains are required to meet the Faith Eligibility Requirements for their chosen faith as outlined within the Group Profile.

All Faiths

An ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence through the medium of English or (where specified in Wales) Welsh.

Technical Requirements

Must complete specific training to hold the qualifications required for area of specialism outlined in the Faith eligibility requirements (listed within the Group Profile)

HMP Hull is a Category B men's local prison located in Kingston upon Hull in England. The term 'local' means that this prison holds people on remand to the local courts. The prison is operated by His Majesty's Prison Service.