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NAHH Trustee Board - Treasurer

The Trustee board at NAHH are currently looking to recruit a Treasurer.

This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and offers valuable experience for someone wishing to support the National Association for Hospice at Home from a strategic perspective.  The role is voluntary, in line with all other Trustee roles and involves: 

Making sure the charity keeps proper accounts in liaison with our Compleat Conference Accounts department
Reviewing the charity’s financial performance
Drawing up or reviewing policies for finance and investment as required
Ensuring that the charity has robust and effective financial controls in place
Reporting on financial matters to the members at the Annual General Meeting

Knowledge and/or experience of financial management or accountancy are essential as well as a desire to sustain and grow the charity’s income. We are committed to investing in our charity members enabling them to care for as many people as possible with a terminal illness, wishing to die in their home setting.

This is not an onerous role in terms of hours and would probably require a commitment of 3 hours per month, but requires some flexibility according to the time in the financial year.

For further details, please contact the NAHH by clicking here

Leckhampton Court Hospice, Sue Ryder
Senior Nursing Assistants & Nursing Assistants - Hospice at Home

Are you a dedicated Care/Nursing Assistant looking for a move into something new? If so join Sue Ryder in our amazing journey to set up two new teams that will work alongside our existing Hospice at Home team and enable us to provide more care to more people in the place that they choose at the end of their life.

With shifts that cover the 24 hour period it is imperative that you are flexible to meet the needs of our patients. With an excellent personalised training programme this is a wonderful opportunity to develop your skills as a Nursing Assistant and receive full training and support in the specialist field of palliative care

As we expand our current Hospice at Home Service, we are looking for enthusiastic Nursing Assistants to work alongside Registered Nurses to help ensure that our patients and their families experience the best possible care in their own homes. (At times you may be required to cover absence on our in-patient unit within the hospice building).

To join us as a Nursing Assistant you will ideally have an NVQ level 2 or be working towards one and some experience of working in a community setting is also preferred. To join us as a Senior Nursing Assistant you must have an NVQ level 3 and community experience. A full UK driving license with insurance cover that allows business use is required for both positions.

For more information and to apply, please click here

Palliative Care Hub - St John's Hospice (Bedford)
Staff Nurse - Palliative Care Hub

Are you an NMC registered nurse? Want to develop a rewarding career with a recognised national charity? If so, this is an amazing opportunity to develop your knowledge in palliative care and work across a range of palliative services.

About Us:

Sue Ryder provides incredible hospice and neurological care to people facing a life-changing or terminal diagnosis. We do whatever we can to act as a safety net for our patients and their loved ones during the most difficult time of their lives.

We’re a national charity and with the help of our 11,000 volunteers, 450 shops, our dedicated staff and supporters, we provided over 2.5 million hours of care last year.

Now, we are calling on Registered Nurses (RGN) to join our amazing Palliative Care Hub at St John's Hospice.

For more information and to apply, please click here

St John’s Hospice, Bedford
Nursing Assistant (Carer) - Hospice at Home

We have excellent opportunities for experienced carers to join our busy but very friendly community team at St John’s Hospice. If you are an enthusiastic and committed carer who is interested in a rewarding career within palliative care we'd like to hear from you!

St John’s Palliative Care Hub provides palliative care 24 hours a day, seven days a week for individuals with a life-limiting condition who choose to receive care at home.

The Palliative Care Hub works together with local care providers, GPs, district nurses, specialist nurses, the ambulance service and other health and social care professionals to coordinate and provide the best possible care.

For more information and to apply, please click here