Dougie Mac (now united with Donna Louise Trust) are currently looking to recruit registered children’s nurses for our Children’s Hospice, who share our passion for providing excellent, personalised and compassionate care to children and their families. At Dougie Mac our vision is to be admired as a centre of excellence for palliative and end of life care. Our many different services provide children, their families and carers, with physical, emotional, social, psychological and spiritual support, at home, or here at the Hospice.
Dougie Mac is an open-culture organisation, underpinned by clear strategic aims, vision and values. The Hospices many different services provide patients, their families and carers, with physical, emotional, social, psychological and spiritual support ensuring that all are supported as they face death, dying and loss.
By joining Dougie Mac, you’ll be part of a dedicated team of professionals who are committed to delivering person-led, responsive and cost effective services of the highest quality. And you’ll be supported in your role to develop your skills and those of the people you work with. Staff at Dougie Mac are well-motivated, with professional development pathways, and given opportunities to be reflective in their roles through supervision, reflective practice and supportive line management.
The Hospice offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including a contributory pension scheme, generous holiday allowance, funded study, free parking, Paycare and much more.
The right candidate will possess excellent communication and organisational skills, a motivation for continual learning and sharing of knowledge, with the drive to ensure our patients receive the highest possible standard of care. You will work as part of a supportive multidisciplinary team where opportunities exist to develop palliative care expertise and undertake funded degree or masters level study after 6 months.
- Are you a registered Children’s Nurse?
- Experience of working in a hospital / community setting
- The ability to assess children and young people’s care needs
- Evidence of post basic education
- The ability to contribute towards the professional development of the nursing team
- Develop, implement and evaluate programmes of care reporting changes to the senior nurse.
- Supervise and organise work as appropriate
- Promote effective communication with other members of the multidisciplinary team to ensure total children and young people care is delivered
- Support and supervise student nurses & other trainees.
If you have a passion for palliative and complex care across then we’d love to hear from you.
For more information and to apply visit https://www.dmhospice.org.uk/join-our-team/job-opportunities/ or contact HR on 01782 344300 or email email@example.com for an application pack.