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Job Vacancies


Our Workforce Strategy document is available to view here

Do you want to join an organisation that 100% of its workforce is proud to work for?


Through the doors of Beaumond House you will find a lively and vibrant space, filled with life and laughter. 

Our staff, volunteers and patients alike bring hope and happiness together in a ‘home from home. Patients are at the centre of all that we do.  We therefore expect all those who come to join our team (in whatever capacity) to ensure that dignity, safety and confidentiality of all patients is respected at all times and that all patients receive the highest possible standard of physical, psychological and spiritual care. 

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Health Care Assistants

Hospice at Home, Full and Part Time / Contracted and Bank Positions (day and night shifts)

In-patient Unit / Part Time and Bank positions

Salary depending on qualifications £21,703 FTE

Night and Weekend Enhancements

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an expanding team. 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 key role will support families and enable people to be cared for in their own home environment.

This In-Patient HCA post works with a Registered Nurse and other HCA’s, to provide 24-hour care for palliative patients who need a short in-patient stay.

Our nurse led service provides care for patients who require symptom management and monitoring, additional care when needed, end of life care and for preventing carer crisis and avoiding hospital admission.

About you

Essential criteria:

  • Demonstrate an interest in palliative care

  • Desire to work in palliative and end of life care

  • Qualification in health or social care or palliative care (NVQ/Diploma or equivalent)

  • Experience in caring for people

  • Basic I.T. skills



  • Palliative and end of life care experience

For a full role description, please click here

To Apply


Applications should be sent to

Closing date: Thursday 7th July 2022

Interviews: Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th July 2022

Teamwork in the office

Head of People/HR


Full Time (37.5 hours)

About the role

Working as part of our Leadership Team the Head of People develops and drives a people plan to support the long term goals of the organisation, ensuring culture and values are central to it and reflective of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion

This is an exciting time for Beaumond House, as we are firmly fixed on ensuring we are fit for the future and have just formalised our commitment to upgrading our bedded unit. We are also reviewing our strategy this year and the role of Head of People will be pivotal in helping us to deliver our aim of ‘Being a Place of Choice for People to Work and Volunteer.

About you

Experience of operating as a HR professional within an organisation

• Experience line managing a team, developing talent and coaching/supporting senior managers

• Experience in dealing with complex Employee Relations issues

• Experience of using or managing a HRMS/People Database is desirable

• Experience of developing, implementing and maintaining new systems, policies and processes

• Appreciation of the need for absolute confidentiality. Practised at working with sensitive personal data • Fully aware of data protection and GDRP requirements

• Knowledge of CQC regulations as they relate to the leadership and training requirements of our people is desirable

To Apply

Please submit a CV which details your education, qualifications and full employment history.


Alongside your CV we require a Supporting Statement of no more than two sides of A4, that demonstrates your suitability for the role and addresses the following three questions/statements:

• Why are you applying for this role at Beaumond House?

• The traits and experiences you possess which make you a suitable candidate for this role.

• The main challenges you feel our charity is facing from a People perspective and how you would take that on as Head of People for Beaumond House.


Applications should be sent to

Closing date: Wednesday 13th July at 10am

Interviews: Tuesday 26th July

For a full role description, please click here

For an informal discussion about the role please contact our CEO Heidi Hawkins on 01636 610556 or by email.


VOLUNTEER ROLE - eBay Coordinator

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our team and take the lead in generating income for Beaumond House through the sale of goods on our eBay account.

So, if you have a good understanding of online selling sites, can work on your own initiative and as part of a team you could be the person we are looking for!

For a full role description, please click here

To apply, please click here

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.

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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

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.