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We are looking for Lottery Collectors to cover the Standish and Aspull areas. This is a self-employed, commission only role. Own transport is essential.
We are recruiting to two roles, please clearly state in your application which position you are interested in. As a Staff Nurse you will work closely with managers and colleagues to ensure that the service delivers high quality, evidence based specialist palliative care to patients and their families, with care, compassion and dignity. Suitable candidates will hold a first level registered general nurse qualification, experience of delivering holistic care within a similar setting and palliative care experience. A recognised post-registration palliative care qualification is desirable.
We are looking for a HR and Volunteer Coordinator to join a small HR team which supports the Hospice workforce made up of employees and volunteers. The ideal candidate will have a passion for supporting people, a natural ability to engage and motivate others and a welcoming personality. The role will involve recruitment and selection, dealing with enquiries both internally and externally via the telephone, face to face and in person, maintaining accurate and up to date records both electronically and paper-based and working in line with policies and procedures to ensure the Hospice manages risk, is compliant with the appropriate legislation/standards and treats employees and volunteers fairly.
We are looking to recruit to the newly created post of Occupational Therapist to join the wellbeing services team at an exciting time as we launch our Oak Centre. The Oak Centre is an innovative project, designed to provide therapy-led rehabilitative support in a dynamic and flexible environment.
We are looking to recruit to the newly created post of Physiotherapist to join the wellbeing services team at an exciting time as we launch our Oak Centre. The Oak Centre is an innovative project, designed to provide therapy-led rehabilitative support in a dynamic and flexible environment.
We always have opportunities to become a hospice volunteer. Increasingly, many employers look favourably on people who have undertaken voluntary, charity work. It can be advantageous on CVs and in job applications. Supporting charities can indicate a willingness to work and learn; a community spirit; and the opportunity to develop and expand a wide range of personal skills and experiences.