• East Somerset
  • £34,263 per annum
  • Full or part-time hours available

We are looking to appoint experienced, highly motivated nurses with palliative, cardiology, neurological or dementia experience to join one of our 5 established teams providing specialist palliative care in the community.

The Community Clinical Nurse Specialist role involves working within a community team providing specialist palliative care to patients with progressive end stage illnesses. You will be acting as a resource for those services involved with palliative care within the community including Acute NHS Trusts, community staff, out of hours’ services, care homes and hospices.

Excellent leadership, communication and team working skills are needed to fulfil this role. You will strive to improve and enhance care for this group of patients through teaching, service improvement and audit.

We are looking to appoint experienced, highly motivated nurses with palliative, cardiology, neurological or dementia experience to join one of our 2 established community teams in the East of Somerset providing specialist palliative care.

We would welcome applications from registered nurses with the skills and experience that we are looking for.

There are many benefits of working at St. Margaret’s, including:

  • The opportunity to remain in the NHS pension scheme if already a member (or have been within the last 12 months).  Alternatively, you can join the hospice pension plan
  • The opportunity to retain continuity of NHS service for annual leave entitlement purposes
  • Free car parking
  • Confidential free 24-hour employee assistance programme offering:
    • Counselling
    • Support
    • Information and advice
    • Vitality wellbeing health promotions 

For a discussion about the role please contact Teresa Mowinski, Community Team Leader, on 01935 709153.

Closing date: 24 August 2016

Interviews: 12 September 2016

For further information and to apply, please click here.

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Job Description