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Hospice at Home Nurse – Central Team, Rennie Grove

Rennie Grove Hospice Care
Post date
22 March 2019
Closing date
4 April 2019
Rennie Grove Band 5
permanent 37.5 hours per week
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The role of Hospice at Home Nurse is in place to deliver specialist palliative care for patients and their families, through the building of relationships, establishment of community/specialist support and liaison with primary healthcare teams. You will be based in Tring.

You will provide physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of care in the patients’ home, promoting the highest possible standards in relation to palliative care including symptom control and bereavement support. Record maintenance, confidentiality, sensitivity and discretion are key. There is a shift working rota in place for the role. You will therefore need to demonstrate your abilities in the following areas:

First level registered General Nurse
Palliative care experience
Up to date and relevant qualifications / training
Be organised and have strong decision-making skills
Ability to work autonomously, with minimal supervision
Integrity and discretion
Good administration and reporting
Capability to work remotely and flexibly

Rennie Grove is a close-knit, mutually supportive charity and you will find a positive working environment across all our offices, warehouse and shops. It is important that you have a similar mentality and are flexible in your approach to deliver our collective goals.

We can also offer development, flexible working, opportunities to volunteer and 27 days’ holiday per year plus bank holidays (pro-rata), along with the ability to maintain NHS pension contributions.

A car and current UK driving licence are essential and the position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We’re all about making lives better at Rennie Grove Hospice Care, and you can play your part in that. We provide care and support for adults and children, diagnosed with cancer and other life-limiting illness, and their families. It’s important work and, to make it all happen, we need talented and passionate people.


Interviews: 11 April 2019

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