Working for the Hospice
Our staff are the Hospice's greatest asset in providing high quality care for patients and their families. There are many benefits to working for the Hospice:
We give you the opportunity to:
- Match your career to a great cause
- Our Managers will support you actively, helping you to perform to your very best
- Our culture thrives on teamwork
- We’ll also give you fair pay and benefits to reward you for your contribution
Above all, you'll always know that as you develop your career with the Hospice you'll also be making a difference to our patients and families who remain firmly at the centre of all that we do.
Our Clinical Team
The Hospice offers excellent careers in palliative care, covering a range of medical, nursing and multi-professional disciplines. This includes doctors, clinical nurse specialists, registered nurses, healthcare assistants, allied health professionals and a family support team.
In addition to clinical roles our team is made up of a wide variety of different disciplines from administrative staff, fundraisers, finance and I.T. as well as support staff, including cooks, housekeepers and porters. Their practical support keeps the Hospice running smoothly and allows us to do what we do best - care for patients.
Our team of nearly 600 volunteers are one of our greatest resources. Working with our paid staff, they give their valuable time and skills to help us support our patients, their families and carers in a variety of ways. Each role requires different skills and strengths.
Click here www.ppwh.org.uk/support-us/donate-time to learn more about volunteering with the Hospice.
Join our team
All vacancies are advertised on our website along with other relevant media. Our aim is to circulate our vacancies widely, attracting a range of applications, ensuring we attract the right person for the job.
The Hospice is committed to promoting equality and diversity in employment. We welcome applications from women and men of any ethnic group, religious belief, marital status and sexual orientation, or who have disabilities. Our premises have wheelchair access and are a smoke-free zone.
For successful applicants the Hospice carries out a number of selection checks. These include 2 references, proof of qualifications / registration, occupational health check and for appropriate posts, a Disclosure Scotland check at the relevant level.