Vacancies within Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice
An opportunity has arisen for a full time registered nurse (child) within Zoë’s Place Baby Hospice.
Zoë’s Place is a hospice that offers palliative and respite care for children between the ages of 0-5 years who have a life limiting or life threatening illness.
We are looking to appoint a children’s nurse to work as part of a team providing specialised respite and palliative care, advice and support and to facilitate high quality, individualised care in collaboration with the multi-disciplinary team. The role also requires the post holder to maintain and monitor practices, standards of nursing care and staff development.
The position is 37.5 hours per week and includes both nights and day shifts on a rotational basis.
Salary: available upon request.
We are looking for a nurse with a minimum of one year post qualification experience who is keen to join our dedicated team here.
If you are interested in applying please contact Lisa Appleby, Head of Care at email@example.com or telephone number 01642 457985 to discuss the role and request a job description.
Closing date: Monday 4th of February 2019
Because we want to make every penny count towards the care of our special babies, we are always pleased to hear from people who would like to help us on a voluntary basis.
If you feel you could spare a couple of hours or more each week to help either in the office or maintain our beautiful grounds why not give us a call.
Alternatively, if you would be willing to help out for a few hours at various fundraising events we organise from time to time again why not give us a call.
We feel our volunteers are special people, they give their time willingly and are a significant element in the success of Zoë’s Place.
If you would like to join us give Sarah Jackson, our Volunteer Coordinator a call on 01642 457985.
By helping us as a volunteer we can ensure that more of the funds raised are chanelled into the care of our special babies.
Volunteers must be over 18 years of age.
Please note we only offer non-clinical volunteering opportunities, as our children require specialist one to one care