Salary starting from £26,317 to £30,174 depending on experience
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 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.
NMC Level 1 Registered Nurse (essential)
Experience of working in palliative care (desirable)
A passion for delivering high quality patient safety and care
Compassionate with a caring attitude and excellent listening skills
Flexible to deliver care and support in a team working 24/7 - 365 days a year
Team player who supports and supervises Health Care Assistants
Willingness to undergo further training and development to broaden your skills
The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced level DBS check
Working at Beaumond House Hospice Care means working in a passionate, supportive team environment with care at the heart of all we do.
All our care is provided completely free and we look after people in a 15-mile radius of the hospice in Newark and Sherwood offering hospice at home, day services and in-patient care as well as other support services.
We are part of an Alliance offering palliative care for those who live in Mid Nottinghamshire, working in partnership with other primary and secondary providers.
What we offer:
High level of staff to patient ratio in caring for four in-patients
Supportive team environment with clinical supervision and peer to peer support
Free onsite parking, DBS check and uniform
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
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Closing date 1st October 2020
Interviews 8th October 2020