Protestant Chaplain (CDCR) Statewide

$4,809 - $6,313 monthly
  • California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • May 14, 2019
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services Other

Job Description

The Protestant Chaplain, under direction, provides spiritual and moral guidance to State
institution residents; prepares and conducts Protestant religious services; provides pastoral
care; gives instruction; interviews and counsels youthful or adult offenders on ethical and moral
problems and spiritual matters; administers the Sacraments and other Protestant religious rites
as needed by institution residents; organizes and instructs classes in Protestant religion, ethics
and sacred music; cooperates with other staff members in carrying out the institution treatment
program; supervises the arranging of programs conducted in the institution by visiting religious
and allied groups; assists in problems involving welfare agencies where family help is needed;
visits the sick; works with residents in their group and club activities; counsels with families on
problems involved in rehabilitation; explains and interprets the institution’s religions program
to community groups; serves, when designated, as a member of or consultant to the institution
classification committee.


Bruce Riley


Equivalent to graduation from college with a minimum of 12 semester units in counseling, psychology or a related field. Chaplain in Armed services, minister, or ordained.