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Ambulance chaplain needed in Norwich 

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust is looking to appoint a part-time Volunteer Chaplain to the Longwater Station in Norwich as part of a wide initiative to provide ambulance chaplains across the whole of the region.

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Lead chaplain, Lynda Logan, said: “Chaplains may go out with crew on shifts and are on call for critical incidents and civil emergencies involving mass casualties. We support all ambulance personnel and their families. The model of chaplaincy within the blue light services is based on that of the military. 

“Chaplains have been appointed over the whole EEAST region – Beds, Herts, Cambs, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex and there is a commissioning service in St Edmundsbury Cathedral on December 12.

“Due to unforeseen personal circumstance, the chaplain appointed to Longwater is no longer available, so we need to find a new volunteer.

Anyone interested, lay or ordained, must come from a church in membership with Churches Together in England.

Download a job description and person specification

For further details, an informal discussion and an application form, please contact Lynda Logan at lynda.logan@btinternet.com on 07889458418 or on 01582 585400.

Picture courtesy of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.