Nursing as it should be
We believe that working as a Nurse at Hospice in the Weald is a genuinely rewarding job. It is, 'Nursing as it should be'
Patients are at the centre of all that we do and with a high staff to patient ratio our Nurses have time to care and to offer a truly holistic approach.
We are currently recruiting for Registered Nurses to work across our Services; Hospice in the Home, Hospice Day Service, Hospice Ward and in the future our innovative new Cottage Hospice.
We have vacancies for Full time (37.5 hours per week), part-time and Bank posts.
Come along and find out what makes working for Hospice in the Weald so special,
Recruitment Open Day, 1st July 2017 between 9am and 1pm
The day includes training sessions which counts towards CPD ‘What is Hospice Palliative Care?’, as well as an opportunity to meet our current staff.
9am Registration and Welcome
9.30am Tour of the Hospice
9.40am Training session: 'Referrals to the Hospice'
9.50am The role of a staff nurse and introducing rotation
10am Training session: 'Acute palliative symptom management including palliative emergencies'
10.20am An Introduction to the Cottage Hospice
10.30am Training session: 'Advance Care Plan, PPC/PPD'
10.40am An Introduction to the Counselling and Support Services
10.50am Sharing stories group
11.30am Questions and Answers, Informal discussions, How to apply
If you would like to find out more about the day or register to attend, please contact Janice Leahy, Personnel Assistant on 01892 820 466 or email email@example.com
The benefits of working for Hospice in the Weald
Hospice in the Weald Is a progressive and innovative organisation, rated 'OUTSTANDING' By CQC. Our staff have the opportunity to make a real difference, contribute to decision making, work in new models of care and Service development.
We are proud to offer excellent benefits including the opportunity to transfer your NHS pension, generous holiday allowance with the opportunity to buy and sell holiday, annual 2% COL increase, a genuine commitment to your training and development, a beautiful rural setting with free onsite parking, subsidised dining and childcare vouchers.