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Protestant Clergy

  • CareerBliss
  • Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • Jul 01, 2019

Job Description

Protestant Clergy
Air Force

Professional and Religious Guidance.
Chaplains in the U.S. Air Force live and work alongside Airmen, both at home stationed with their families and in deployed locations. The United States Constitution guarantees the free exercise of religion in the military, supporting a culture of dignity and respect for all. Your spiritual care will dramatically impact the lives of our U.S. Airmen around the globe. Regardless of religious affiliations.

Responsibility
Air Force chaplains (a pastor, priest, rabbi or imam) enhance the morale, spiritual fitness and resilience of Airmen and their families. They advise military leadership on religious, spiritual and ethical matters. Most importantly, chaplains advocate for the religious and spiritual needs of anyone searching for guidance. The United States depends on the Air Force to lead the way in national security in an increasingly high-tech world. Join our team of women and men committed to Integrity First, Service Before Self and Excellence in All We Do.

Benefits
As a Religious Ministry Professional in the Air Force, you'll be an officer with a competitivesalary and benefits such as tax-free housing and food allowances, full comprehensive medical and dental care and 30 days of vacation with pay each year. You'll also get to work, travel and live in locations throughout the United States and around the world. If you pursue a career in the Air Force, you'll have the option of retirement with pension and benefits. In addition to a tremendous work and life balance, countless continuing education opportunities are provided at no cost to you.

Qualifications
To be considered, you must meet the following requirements:
Possess a bachelor's degree (no fewer than 120 semester hours)
Possess a graduate degree in the field of theology or related studies from a qualifying graduate-degree program (no fewer than 72 semester hours from an accredited institution)
Have at least two years of religious leadership experience
Be able to enter active duty prior to age 42
Be a U.S. citizen without dual citizenship


Talk to an Air Force chaplain recruiter today.
Consider the next level of your spiritual calling and join the U.S. Air Force Chaplain Corps. For more information contact us at 1- or email at . Also visit us online at AIRFORCE.COM/CHAPLAIN.