Registered Nurse - Hospice Home (Nights)
Salary £40,547 pro rata Hospice Band 5 (includes consolidated enhanced hours pay)
36 hours /27 hour/18 hour contracts available (9 hour night shifts worked over Monday – Sunday with weekend and bank holiday working)
Mid-day on Monday 25th September 2023
Week commencing Monday 2nd October 2023
Have you ever considered working at Nottinghamshire Hospice but you don’t have experience in palliative care?
If you have transferable skills, it’s time to think again!!!
Nottinghamshire Hospice offers staff the unique privilege to walk alongside patients and their families at this significant time of their lives while providing compassionate care and support. We deliver high-quality, excellent palliative care for patients across Nottinghamshire for those living with a life-limiting condition. We care for patients, families and their friends, both before and after death.
Most people are cared for in their own home & our goal is to help people make the most of their lives, in ways that are important to THEM. This care may sometimes include coming into the Hospice as part of our wellbeing and reablement offer.
You will work within a supportive multi-disciplinary team, in a professional service, making a real difference to the lives of patients and their families. Working in an environment where the patient is truly the centre of care, you will be part of a supportive and fun team where everyone is valued for their unique skills and experience. You do not need palliative care experience (although that would be great) as we offer a comprehensive induction package.
Our Hospice at Home Team provides planned care to people in their own homes through the night (full 9 hr shifts: 10pm – 7am). The successful postholder will work shifts across the week, including weekends and bank holidays, on a planned rota basis.
What’s in it for you?
- Time to care for your patients.
- Making a real difference for the patient and family.
- Work in an environment where the patient is truly the centre of care.
- The opportunity to work in the patient’s home and with other professionals.
- Be part of a supportive and fun team where everyone is valued for their unique skills and experience.
- You do not need to have Palliative care experience.
- Full and part time opportunities are available.
You must be a Registered Nurse with post registration experience, knowledge and skills to deliver generic palliative care in the community. Support will be given to the postholder to develop their career ambitions.
Why you’ll love working here
Nottinghamshire Hospice is a great place to work!
As a charity we’re able to be creative, fleet of foot and inspiring in our approach to our services and how we work together.
Our CARE values are embedded throughout – Care, Acceptance, Resilience and Empathy
We’re the leading Nottinghamshire provider and influencer of community-based palliative and end of life care, with ambitions to make a real difference to all those diagnosed with a life-limiting or terminal illness. We have been established for 40 years and are at the heart of our communities who rely on our care and support.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to work for a local charity and be part of a great CARE movement then this is the opportunity for you.
How to apply
Download the job application form. Please submit your completed application on the upload form below.
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