It’s an exciting time to join our team at Willen Hospice. We are in the process of building new facilities and expanding our services to provide even better care for people in our local community.
You’ll be adding to the skills and expertise of a dedicated group of people who put caring at the heart of their day-to-day jobs. Helping us to deliver excellent care to patients, families and their loved ones.
We look for people who are passionate about improving our services. In return, you’ll have our full support to enhance your skills, further your career and maintain a good work life balance.
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6 month fixed term contract Part Time: 20 hours per week, over 4 days (including weekends and evenings) Salary: £10.85 per hour
Closing date: 10 December 2023
Interview date: 21 December 2023 Find out more
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Clinicians working in the In-Patient Unit will be expected to work a shift pattern of earlies, lates and nights over a 7 day week, with nights worked in a block over a 2 week period in the 14 week cycle. The community nurses predominantly work a day-based shift pattern with early and late shifts over a 7 day week.
Some of our staff have relocated to Milton Keynes to work at the hospice and have found it a great place to live. It has good schools, a great shopping centre including the famous SnoZone, theatre, vibrant night life, ice rink and many green, open spaces for cycling, walking, sailing and enjoying being outdoors.
We are extremely supportive of training and development for all staff, both to enhance skills in their current roles and to further their career with us. We run internal courses as well as funding professional qualifications, and individuals have regular opportunities to discuss their personal development with their managers.
What is ‘Supervision’?
A large number of our staff work in a highly emotional environment and often benefit from the opportunity to talk through their experiences with a more senior colleague, reflecting on positives and learning from concerns. Staff have the opportunity to partake in individual or group supervision and can choose someone they feel comfortable with who is usually not their line manager.
We can only provide the care we do thanks to the incredible generosity of our community, through their continued volunteering, fundraising and donations throughout the year. Your donation will enable us to continue providing care and support to those facing a life-limiting diagnosis, and to support their loved ones.
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