Woking and Sam Beare Hospices is a charitable organisation committed to providing specialist palliative care to people with life threatening diseases living in North West Surrey. We work alongside other community care providers to ensure seamless care to patients with end of life care needs through education and collaborative working.
As our organisation continues to develop and expand our community based services to meet patient choice and need, we are now recruiting for a night manager to cover both inpatient units and the community. This is an exciting and challenging new opportunity for a dynamic and innovative person. You would be providing cover during the night shifts, however as a supernumerary member of the team, it would enable home visiting if specialist palliative care needs are identified and require urgent attention.
Our strategic aim is to provide a 24 hour specialist palliative care visiting service to patients, supporting other health professionals and to ensure a robust Hospice@Home Service. If you have a passion to provide the best possible care and clinical expertise to patients with energy and enthusiasm then we would like to hear from you.
We welcome any applicant with experience in palliative care, preferably an understanding of community working and a degree in this speciality. Ideally you would work a four-on and four-off shift basis however other flexible hours would be considered.
Our night service will be a pilot for six months and provides the applicant with the exciting opportunity to demonstrate managerial and service development skills to secure future expansion in our Hospice@Home provision.
Salaries will be negotiable dependent on qualifications and experience; we are committed to supporting staff development and would encourage study towards a Bachelors and Master’s Degree.
For an application form and job description please contact the HR department on 01483 881750 or email email@example.com Informal visits can be arranged if you would like to find out more about our Hospices. Interviews will take place in March.