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The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces.  Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely.  There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale.   Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments.  Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation.  Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X.  Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training.  Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Approximately 23% of Army Soldiers are Roman Catholic and of the chaplains who provide religious ministry, only 5% of them are Catholic priests. There is a great need for Roman Catholic priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team. Fulfills all obligations to the local diocese and Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


 


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop or Superior’s permission to be endorsed by the Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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New Restaurant Opening in Priest & Elliot Rd - Now Hiring (3457) (19027583) Description

At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew.

What’s in it for you:


  • Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year)

  • Free food (yes, really FREE)

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance

  • Paid breaks

  • Paid time off

  • Holiday closures

  • Full time and part time opportunities

  • Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew)

  • Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year*

  • Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs)

What we’re looking for:


  • Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude

  • Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members)

  • Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot)

We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found.

We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team.

At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today.

Requirements (the fine print):


  • You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle

  • You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location

*Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year.

Primary Location: Arizona - Tempe - 3457 - Priest & Elliot Rd-(03457) Work Location: 3457 - Priest & Elliot Rd-(03457) 1655 W Elliot Rd Tempe 85284


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Job Description


Culture


Priestly Demolition is founded on key values that drive what we do for our clients and for each other. At the core, we understand the value of people, and we encourage a culture of safety, hard work, quality, and teamwork supported by a solid family foundation.


Our core values are extremely important to us. Are they aligned with yours?




  • Family -We are one family, one community, and we believe in treating each other with trust, respect, and courtesy. This is truly the foundation of our success.


  • Safety -We hold Safety as the core value upon which all of our projects and business planning is based. No job is so important that it cannot be done safely.


  • Integrity -We make all business decisions and conduct all business operations with the utmost integrity and professionalism. We are accountable to one another, to our clients, to our partners, and to our community.


  • Innovation -We embrace life-long learning, staying ahead of the curve, and thinking outside of the box. We will always strive to have the best technology, equipment, and people in the industry.


Collaboration


This means being people smart and championing being a team player. We encourage teamwork and respect, help develop individual strengths, and recognize the contribution our people make to our success. We are always seeking better and more innovative ways to renew communities by clearing the way for new development, and by playing the role of environmental stewards.


The Role


The Heavy Equipment Operator responsibilities that are required but not limited to: excavation of building foundations, bulk excavation and loading of trucks for disposal, daily equipment checks and regular maintenance and following health and safety regulations.


Scope of Responsibilities



  • Operate heavy equipment machines, Excavators, Dozers, Loaders, Rock Truck.

  • Clean and lubricate equipment and refill equipment tanks.

  • Conduct pre-operational checks on equipment.

  • Employ safe work practices for themselves as well as crew members


Qualifications



  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Thorough knowledge of production process

  • Valid driver’s license

  • Minimum 10 years’ operating Excavators, Dozers, and Loaders.

  • Experienced in all aspects of excavations.

  • Working knowledge with reading plans and understanding of grades.

  • GPS experience an asset

  • Operation knowledge of front end loaders, dozers, skid steer loaders and other pieces of equipment is an asset.

  • Knowledge of equipment maintenance and the ability to perform small repairs is also an asset.

  • Experience in the field of demolition is definitely an asset.


Additional information


The Heavy Equipment Operator will be required to make their own way to site.


Disclaimer


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.


Priestly Demolition is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. We thank you in advance for your interest; however only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Please continue to check for current opportunities.



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Job Description


 


Wine Store Clerk (Donelson)


compensation: Negotiable based on experience
employment type: part-time/full-time


Job Description


We are looking to hire Part Time Cashiers/Stockers.  We are a family owned business located near Percy Priest Lake.  We offer competitive pay for the hard working individuals that show care and complete tasks quickly.  This work involves standing and walking continuously throughout the shift, and lifting cases weighing up to 50 pounds to a height up to five feet.


Required Skills



  • Must be able to obtain a liquor license

  • Weekends and Holidays are a must

  • Performance of custodial duties


Desired Skills



  • Prior experience working in a liquor store or as a bartender is a plus

  • 21 years of age or older prefered



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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Approximately 23% of Army Soldiers are Roman Catholic and of the chaplains who provide religious ministry, only 5% of them are Catholic priests. There is a great need for Roman Catholic priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team. Fulfills all obligations to the local diocese and Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


 


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop or Superior’s permission to be endorsed by the Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces.  Approximately 23% of Army Soldiers are Roman Catholic and of the chaplains who provide religious ministry, only 5% of them are Catholic priests.  There is a great need for Roman Catholic priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale.   Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments.  Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation.  Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X.  Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training.  Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team. Fulfills all obligations to the local diocese and Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


 


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop or Superior’s permission to be endorsed by the Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description

The Army chaplain is a qualified religious leader dedicated to serving Soldiers and families. Chaplains provide ministry worldwide, accompanying Soldiers and families as they carry out their units’ missions in both peace and war. Chaplains are charged to nurture the living, care for the wounded and honor the fallen.

Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Approximately 23% of Army Soldiers are Roman Catholic and of the chaplains who provide religious ministry, only 5% of them are Catholic priests. There is a great need for Roman Catholic priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team. Fulfills all obligations to the local diocese and Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


 


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop or Superior’s permission to be endorsed by the Archdiocese for the Military Services.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


See full job description

Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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Job Description


The US Military is a diverse population of Americans who voluntarily serve their country in the Armed Forces. Each of these Soldiers are protected by the 1st Amendment right to worship freely. There is a need for Orthodox priests to serve those who sacrifice so much.


Needed: a part-time chaplain for a US Army Reserve Battalion consisting of approximately 550 Soldiers in the near to local area. Serves as chaplain and advisor to the military commander and professional staff on matters of religion, ethics, morals, and morale. Performs and provides direct, comprehensive pastoral ministry to include: counseling, religious ministrations, and worship services in garrison and field training environments. Provides pastoral care to Soldier's families, to include home and hospital visitation. Conducts memorial and funeral services. Ensures the free exercise of religion to uphold the 1st Amendment rights of Soldiers in compliance with US Code Title X. Provides Suicide Prevention and PTSD training. Mentors the Battalion unit ministry team.


Basic Requirements to Serve as a Chaplain:


Must attain your Bishop’s permission and be endorsed by DOD recognized ecclesiastical body.


Be in good health and able to minister in varied ministry settings.


Must be a legal permanent resident (Green Card Holder) or Citizen to serve.


Waivers available for age requirements: 46 years old to start commissioned service as a Reserve Chaplain


Learn more about the chaplaincy - https://www.goarmy.com/chaplain.html


Company Description

U.S. Army chaplains have served with distinction throughout Army history, and are noted not only for their gallantry as religious leaders and advisors, but also as Soldiers. Army Chaplains live by the sacred vow to guard religious freedom. Chaplains stand ready to minister and care for Soldiers and their Families both at home and abroad.


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