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About Beaumond House

Beaumond House Community Hospice is a registered charity that has been committed to providing supportive palliative care to patients with life limiting or terminal illnesses and their families living in Newark & district, since 1987.

Each year we provide care for over 400 patients and support to their families, caring for around 100 patients at any one time. All of our care is provided at no cost to the patient or their family.

We have 4 beds for short-term respite care, 11 day-care places each week day and provide care in the community to care for our patients. Our Resource & Information Centre based in Newark town centre provides information and advice to patients, family and carers.

70% of our patients suffer from cancer, whilst we support patients with life-limiting illnesses such as Parkinson's disease, Motor Neurone disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

Anyone can make a patient referral to Beaumond House to find out more,

Current Vacancies

Staff Nurse

Full time (job share considered) and Part Time.

Competitive Salary, existing NHS Pension may be transferable.

Are you looking for a new challenge?

Would you like to join the enthusiastic nursing team at Beaumond House Community Hospice?

  • Have the opportunity to match your career to a great cause

  • Work with managers who will support you actively, helping you to perform to your very best

  • Have the opportunity to learn and develop in your job

  • Work in a culture which thrives on teamwork

The Hospice places considerable importance on education, training and development at all levels and supports both in house and external training and education.

Essential criteria:

Registered General Nurse

  • Experience in caring for patients with palliative care needs and/or long-term conditions in an in-patient unit or in the community.

  • Experience supervising Health Care Assistants (HCA’s)

  • Ability to be part of our on-call service, weekday nights and weekends, following an induction period.


Palliative Care qualification

  • Must live within 30 minute drive of Beaumond House.

  • Experience of delivering training to HCA’s and or RGN’s

In the first instance please phone Louise Sinclair or Helen Hume for an informal chat and to organise a visit.

or telephone 01636 610556

Closing date – Monday 1st September 2014


Bank Health Care Assistants

Have you thought about working in a hospice?

Could you have the skills we are looking for?

Would you like to join our team to help provide high quality End of Life care to the community of Newark and the surrounding area?

We are recruiting Bank Health Care Assistants for our In Patient (day and night shifts), day care and Hospice at Home Teams.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate:

•        A keen interest in End of Life care.

•        Good communication skills.

•        Ability to work within and contribute to the team.

•        A caring and professional manner.

•        A commitment to lifelong learning.

Experience in a Health Care setting is desirable but not essential as training will be provided.

If you are unsure about applying, please don’t hesitate to phone and arrange an informal visit.

A full driving license with access to car insured for business purposes is required for these roles.

In the first instance please contact Louise Sinclair or Helen Hume for an informal chat or to organise a visit - phone 01636 610556

For an application pack e-mail or telephone

Charlotte Coggins HR Manager

01636 610556










For further details and an application pack please ask at Reception or Contact Charlotte Coggins, HR Manager on:

or telephone 01636 610556

Closing date – Monday 1st September 2014








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