Hospice Practitioner – Part-time

Closing Date: Thursday 25th August 2022 (midnight)

Interview Date: To be confirmed

Hours per week: This is a part time 8 hours (1 day) a week post with a non-resident 1 in 6 on-call commitment. An additional day per week may be negotiated.

Salary range: £21,968 to £27,984 per year based 4 sessions per week (2 daytime sessions over 1 day, and 2 sessions for on-call commitment).

JOB SUMMARY

St Leonard’s Hospice, York is seeking to recruit a hospice practitioner to provide medical care for the in-patient unit and support to the community-facing Hospice@Home. Based in the hospice, the successful applicant will work with the existing team of experienced hospice practitioners, Specialty Trainees and Medical Director to ensure patients receive responsive and high quality care.

This post is to fill a vacancy from September 2022 onwards.

Applicants must be doctors with at least 2 years post-foundation trainee experience. Experience within palliative care would be an advantage however your overriding quality will be that you are committed to putting our patients and their families at the centre of all clinical decision making.

Evidence of working with a multi-disciplinary team and using excellent communication skills are key, alongside experience in clinical governance, education and advance care planning. A willingness to be involved in all aspects of the Hospice and its work is also desired.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Hospice Practitioner – Candidate Brief

Application Instructions

Application Form

Criminal Records Declaration

Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form

 

Covid vaccination: As outlined in the Government report “Living with COVID” published Feb 2022 Professional bodies, the Royal Colleges, the Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer and others consider it is a professional responsibility for health and care staff to be vaccinated for COVID. We support this and it is our preference that all of our staff are fully vaccinated for COVID in order to keep themselves safe, our patients and our colleagues.