Registered Nurse at Michael Sobell Hospice Inpatient unit
Are you energetic and passionate with an interest in Palliative Care? Why not come and join the small but talented team at Michael Sobell Hospice and make a real difference to local people with life limiting illnesses.
Hours: Full time/Part-time considered
Salary: NHS band 5 equivalent (includes NHS pension scheme)
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a highly talented team that provides Palliative and End of Life Care at Michael Sobell Hospice. We operate a 10 bedded Inpatient Unit providing care for people with an advanced progressive illness in order to improve their quality of life and support their families. The team works in a multi-disciplinary, integrated way to offer the best possible holistic care. We offer a full training programme and support for all our staff.
To apply: For an application pack and full job description please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Applications will be considered on receipt so please apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment
Further information: If you would like further information or an informal chat before applying please contact Carol Weston (Matron) on 020 8106 9201.
All services at Michael Sobell Hospice are provided by our Clinical Partner, Harlington Hospice.
Jobs with our Partners
H4All is pleased to offer an exciting new opportunity to join their innovative, fast-growing and award-winning team.
We are seeking motivated and innovative candidates for the following role:
Community Development Officer (CDO)
- £23,000 to £26,000 per annum, full time
- This role is based on a 36-hour week, offer a contributory pension scheme and operate across the London Borough of Hillingdon
H4All is a formal joint venture between five of Hillingdon’s leading charities. We offer a range of community Health and Wellbeing services and provide support to the rest of the Third sector in Hillingdon through our experienced Community Development team.This role is based on a 36-hour week, offer a contributory pension scheme and operate across the London Borough of Hillingdon
Our new CDO role will work as part of the Community Development team to support Third sector groups in the borough.
- For more information please email Clare Leahy on CLeahy@h4all.org.uk
- Closing date for receipt of applications: 9am, Monday 8th March 2021
- Interviews for this role will take place on: Monday 15th March 2021
For job packs, please visit our website: www.h4all.org.uk/work-with-us
Chair of The Hospice Lottery Partnership Board
The Hospice Lottery Partnership (HLP) is seeking to appoint a new Chair with senior business and charity Board experience in order to provide leadership to the Board of Directors.
HLP is a not-for-profit social enterprise company established in 1997 and owned by 5 Hospices. HLP also has beneficiary partners in the Hospice and Hospital sectors. All of the partners are in the Home Counties.
HLP’s primary objective is to raise sustainable funds for the partners by operating a cause-led lottery. The partners use this essential funding to provide care for thousands of patients and families in their local communities. This is an exciting time to become Chair because of plans to further increase the number of beneficiary partners in order to grow income and ultimately support more care.
This is an excellent opportunity to contribute your professional experience to a not-for-profit company. The Chair will be fundamental to the evolution and sustainability of HLP. At a time when income is very challenged, this will enable the partner health charities to continue offering specialist and compassionate care to thousands of people every year.
HLP is seeking to appoint a confident, inspiring Chair of its board. The Chair will provide leadership and direction to the Board to develop clear strategic plans and operate within good governance. The Chair will establish a strong, supportive relationship with the experienced Chief Executive.
We are looking for an excellent communicator with strong leadership and strategic skills who has senior executive/non-executive experience. You will be able to constructively question management reports and financial information, as well as having a proven ability to build good relationships and networks. We are actively encouraging applicants from a wide range of backgrounds.
The Chair attends the Board and the supporting Finance & General Purposes Committee as required, which both meet quarterly, plus an annual away day. Meetings are usually held at Tring, but have been conducted on Zoom recently because of Covid. The current Chair offers several hours per month to HLP outside formal meetings.
A full induction will be offered to explain how HLP operates.
This is an unpaid voluntary position and will be appointed for three years with re-appointment (if desired) by Board approval.
For more information please see the role description and short note about HLP.
To arrange an informal conversation about the role please email: David Griffiths, CEO, HLP: DavidGriffiths@hospicelottery.org.uk
To apply please email JoTurner@fnhospice.org.uk briefly setting out why you are interested in becoming HLP Chair and what skills and professional experience you could bring to the Board. Please attach a CV or LinkedIn profile.
Application closing date: 25 March 2021
Interview date: early April 2021