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Events and Corporate Fundraising Manager

35 Hours a week: £21,645 to be worked across 5 days

Due to a successful internal move, we are now recruiting to an existing post.


This role combines our wide and varied and events calendar with our corporate fundraising working and will need the right person to drive recruitment of supporters to take part in a range of UK and international challenges, to ensure our beautifully poignant Light Up a Life Services run are smoothly and sensitively as well as leading the recruitment of more local companies to our very own Business Club and in creating bespoke partnerships with the corporate sector.


This is a great opportunity to work for Beaumond House Hospice Care and demonstrate your drive in building our corporate support base and delivering our events programme. Working collaboratively with colleagues within fundraising and our care team you will be responsible for successfully managing and developing relationships with individual supporter and companies.


Beaumond House Hospice Care provides personalised care when every moment matters. We provide compassionate, skilled, professional, personalised nursing care of the highest quality for those with active, progressive, advanced illnesses, both in the hospice and in the community. In this role you too can be part of an amazing team.


The successful candidate will have excellent event organisational skills, knowledge of marketing and promotion techniques, understand what companies look for from charity partners and have a desire to work closely with people who have a range of motivations for supporting us as well as a passion and commitment to Beaumond House.  The following skills are essential: -


  • Team player with excellent communication skills verbally and written.

  • Ability to forge and maintain relationships.

  • Proven track record of working with people sustaining relationships and effective communication.

  • Strong attention to detail, planning and organisational skills.

  • Mathematical, Literacy and IT skills are essential.

  • Budget preparation and management skills.

  • A great understanding of marketing mechanisms.

  • Confidence in speaking to a wide range of audiences.

  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.

  • Willingness to work weekends and evenings.

  • Access to a car for work purposes.


Download a full job description here



Closing Date: Friday 22nd January 2021


Bank Registered Nurses

Salary £26,830 - £30,174 FTE

Transferable NHS Pension (conditions apply)


Would you like to work in a nurse led community hospice where you have the time to deliver exceptional palliative care helping people live their precious lives and making every moment matter?

Are you compassionate, caring and committed? Do you have a desire to develop your palliative care skills or consolidate those you have?

If YES, we would love to hear from you!

This role will be based in our Nurse Led Inpatient Unit in Newark, Nottinghamshire providing individualised physical, psychological, and spiritual care for patients, as part of a team caring for patients with life limiting illness and their loved ones.

Main duties of the job

This role requires you to carry out duties according to the vision and values of the Hospice, complying at all times with policies including safeguarding of vulnerable adults and children whilst, maintaining confidentiality of patients and their families.

About you:

NMC Level 1 Registered Nurse (E - essential)

Experience of working in palliative care (D - desirable)

A passion for delivering high quality patient safety and care (E)

Compassionate with a caring attitude and excellent listening skills (E)

Flexible to deliver care and support working 24/7 - 365 days a year (E)

Team player who supports and supervises Health Care Assistants (E)

Willingness to undergo training and development to broaden your skills (E)

The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced level DBS check (E)

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Closing date 19th February 2021

Interviews 24th and 25th February via Zoom

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 Health Care Assistants - Hospice at Home

Contracted and Bank Positions

Salary £16,664 to £17,581 FTE

Night and Weekend Enhancements



We are looking for Health Care Assistant’s to be part of the Hospice at Home team, offering palliative and supportive care for patients and carers in their own home. This important role will support families and enable people to be cared for in their own home environment.


Essential criteria:

  • Demonstrate an interest in palliative care

  • Desire to work in palliative and end of life care

  • Experience in caring for people

  • Driver with own transport

  • Basic I.T. skills



  • NVQ/Diploma in health and social care or equivalent, or commitment to work towards these qualifications

  • Palliative and end of life care experience

Download a full job description here


Closing date: 15th February 2021

Interviews 22nd and 23rd February 2021 via Zoom

What we offer:

High level of staff to patient ratio in caring for four in-patients.

Supportive team environment with clinical supervision (care staff) and peer to peer support.

Free onsite parking, DBS check and uniform (care staff)

On-going learning and development programme.

Workplace pension scheme or ability to transfer existing NHS pension.

Vision and values that reflect the patient and their family being at the centre of all we offer.

What our staff tell us;

“I really enjoy working at Beaumond House because it gives me great satisfaction knowing that the care and support we offer helps so many people to cope with difficult situations.  Also knowing that the people I work with really do care makes me proud to be part of the team!!”

Staff Testimonials


Maria Hewitt - Receptionist

My involvement with Beaumond House began in 2004 when I started volunteering in Day Therapy  when my triplets started school.  I still volunteer in Day Therapy every Wednesday, also now being a volunteer driver I transport patients from their home and back too.


I currently work part-time on Reception, having previously worked for over 2 years in the Fundraising Department.  Apart from answering the phone and welcoming visitors, I really enjoy chatting to the patients and their families. 


I have witnessed personally how BH can help in times of desperation.  My lovely Mum benefitted from this fantastic place when she enjoyed attending BH as a day Therapy patient for over a year, giving my dad a much needed and really appreciated weekly break. 


Also, a really close friend used the Hospice at Home service when she was poorly and spent her final hours in a place she felt safe.


In 2019 I took part in the Annapurna Sunrise Trek in Nepal raising funds for BH.  I raised over £3000 and collectively we raised over £9000 between 5 of us.


I am immensely proud to tell people I work here and am always keen to spread the word about BH and the fantastic work it does for our local community.

Joanne Erwin, In patients Nurse

I feel privileged to work at Beaumond House and be part of a wonderful team who care for people with life limiting and terminal illnesses whilst supporting their families too.  I feel a valued member of the nursing team.  

Trysh Williams, Health Care Assistant

Caring for those with a life limiting illness is a real privilege. Supporting patients and their families here at Beaumond House is at the very heart of all that we do and I am so very proud to be part of such a caring and professional team.

Tracy Drakes, Health Care Assistant

Hello My name is Tracy


I work at Beaumond House as a Health Care Assistant and I also work in the community for our Hospice at Home team.


I have been at BH for nearly a year now and I have my dream job!  I love this place and am so proud to put on the uniform and come to work.


It’s a house full of love compassion, passion and laughter.  I couldn’t think of anywhere else I’d rather be.

Cathryn Crane, Community Fundraiser

I am the Community Fundraiser for Beaumond House Community Hospice. 


My role is very varied and enables me to support this wonderful Community with events and general things  happening in the community for our Hospice.  I secretly feel like I have the best job as I meet lots of amazing individual who so freely give their time to raise funds and fly the banner for us in the wider community. 


Many tears have been brought to my eyes with the commitment of people who do a range of things from having parties, doing bake sales and music concerts. I also work trying to raise our profile in the Community.  Only last year we had a 14 year old boy who put on a full music concert, arrange the whole evening and raised over £1,300.  These events are so very important to us, without your help we simply could not continue to run our amazing services.

It is an absolute honour and privilege to serve our Fundraisers in my post and I hope that I am here for many years providing this crucial support.

Hannah Smith - Finance Assistant

Hello, my name is Hannah and I am the Finance Assistant at Beaumond House.

My ambition has always been to work in finance and following maternity I looked for an opportunity.

I feel very fortunate to have achieved this ambition and be a part of this community organisation, supporting people with life-limiting conditions.

Beaumond House is a lovely place to work and I feel very privileged to be a part of the team.

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Contact us:

Beaumond House Hospice Care,
32 London Road,


NG24 1TW

01636 610 556

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trading as Beaumond House Hospice Care

Charity Number: 1025442


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