Would you like to join our team? Can we develop your palliative care skills? Do you want a new, challenging but rewarding job? We need another clinical nurse specialist to join our team. We are an employer who will invest in your development.
The Hospice provides specialist palliative care, end of life care, advice and support to patients with life limiting illness, their families, and also to professionals working with the residents of Greenwich and Bexley in all care settings.
Our Hospital service is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich, bringing Hospice skills and care into the acute hospital, helping and supporting patients and families. We aspire to lend continuity in their care between home and hospital, then home again, by working with hospital staff, Hospice teams and other community-based services.
If you are a registered nurse with prior palliative care experience and knowledge, who has excellent communication skills and is keen to develop knowledge and skills in this specialist area, please consider joining the Hospital Palliative Care Team. You must be able to work on your own initiative, as well as integrating successfully into the team.
Note that this is now a full time post
Our Hospital Team provides a seven day service so you will need to be able to work some weekends and bank holidays on a rota basis.
The Hospice is committed to the development and education of all its staff, so there are excellent opportunities for professional development. We have educational links with local higher education institutions and we also offer clinical supervision.
If you think this could be you, please get in touch to find out more!
Membership of the NHS pension scheme is available for existing members.
Natalie Moseley, Team Leader- Hospital Palliative Care Team
For application form and job description please visit the Hospice website on
Closing Date: 18th November 2021
Tyra Thurston, HR Administrator, Tel: 020 8320 5807
NB Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
The above post requires the hospice to carry out a DBS check on new recruits