Nursing Associates

About the jobs

In Patient Unit (Permanent role and 15 Month Fixed Term Contract role)
37.5 hours per week, internal rotation

£21,025 – £27,333 per annum plus 16% shift allowance

Willen Hospice is recruiting for two nursing roles. As a Nursing Associate, you will be involved in shaping and supporting patients to manage their clinical care needs. You will work closely with our nurses and members of the multi-disciplinary team (MDT) to carry out all aspects of care and the individual assessment process for patients to deliver excellent clinical care including at end of life.

The successful candidate will also have successfully completed the Nursing Associate training programme which includes attainment of a level 5 Foundation Degree equivalent.
In return we offer generous annual leave entitlement starting at 35 days pro rata (inclusive of statutory and bank holidays), free onsite parking, continued membership of the NHS pension scheme, enhanced maternity, adoption and sick pay provision and excellent catering facilities at the Hospice. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Willen Hospice is the leading provider of specialist palliative care within the area. In addition to our 15 bed In-Patient unit and Community Nursing provision, we have an expanding Therapeutic & Wellbeing service offering Psychological Wellbeing, Social Care, Physiotherapy, Complementary Therapy, Spiritual Care and a new Living Well Centre.

To apply, please complete the application form below and emmail it to hradmin@willen-hospice.org.uk

Closing Date: 26 May 2021
Interview Date: To be confirmed

In a typical year...
£9
our cost, per minute
11,000
phone calls to patients at home
600
fabulous volunteers
700
patients cared for at home
3,200
home visits
300
patients at the hospice
18,000
of cups of tea
290
counselling sessions
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.