IPU & Community Registered Nurse (maternity cover)

Status: Fixed term – maternity cover

Salary: £24,907.00 - £30,615.00 – band 5

Closing Date: 16/06/2021

Hours: Full time

St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people in east Suffolk living with a progressive or terminal illness. Our work is centred on an individual’s needs, which means specialist support, whenever and wherever it is needed, whether at home, in the community or at the hospice. Through medicine and therapy we ease pain; we give life purpose and make life liveable.

Our most recent Care Quality Commission report rated the hospice as “Outstanding”

Are you a Registered Nurse who wants to give the best possible care? Have you thought about a career in Specialist Palliative Care at St Elizabeth Hospice? We are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join our nursing team on a fixed term basis covering both Community and our In Patient Unit.

At St Elizabeth Hospice we are not just offering a job, but the chance to make a real difference in people’s lives. You will work within the multi-disciplinary team, providing physical, psycho-social and spiritual care to patients and their families admitted to the In-Patient Unit, or by phone and face to face visits within the Community.

We offer support with revalidation and ongoing CPD through both in-house and external education, including an in house palliative care programme. NHS Pensions are transferable to the Hospice.

If you would like an opportunity to find out some more about working at the hospice we recommend a discussion prior to completing your application. Please contact Sarah Godfrey, Head of Nursing on 01473 707969 or sarah.godfrey@stelizabethhospice.org.uk

Closing Date: 16 June 2021

Interview Date: to be confirmed

For more information, please use the link below to see copies of the job description and person specification.

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted, and invitation to interview will be sent by email.




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