Job Vacancies

Current job vacancies are posted on this page and advertised through local newspapers and social media.

Please read the information for applicants before applying for any of the roles.

  • Part Time Charity Store Supervisor

    PART-TIME SUPERVISOR
    Flagship Store, Wrexham
    22.5 Hours a week (Must be fully flexible)
    Salary £10,202 for 22.5 hours per week

    Are you a highly motivated professional looking for your next challenge? Do you want to make a difference to your local hospice and community whilst developing your retail career? Then look no further this could be the role for you!

    We are looking for a part-time Supervisor to help support our Store Management for our Flagship Store in Wrexham.

    You need to have a positive attitude, be well organised, hardworking and be able to motivate and inspire your colleagues and volunteers. You must enjoy working for a fast-paced business, have a passion for great customer service, a flair for merchandising and be able to make commercial decisions which will maximise the income for the hospice.

    This post is part-time and fully flexible. You will be expected to work additional hours on occasions to cover for holidays. Weekend working, on a rota basis, is required.

    Experience of working within a large retail store or third sector is desirable, however, full training will be provided.

    Up for the challenge? Here is your chance for a career out of the ordinary!

    For further information about this post and details on how to apply, please view our website on www.nightingalehouse.co.uk or contact Pat Walmsley at pat.walmsley@nightingalehouse.co.uk

    Nightingale House Hospice is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. Registered Charity No: 1035600

    Closing date:  15th September 2020

    Download: Job Description

    Download: Standard Application Form

    • Part Time Charity Store Manager

      PART-TIME CHARITY STORE MANAGER
      22.5 hours per week
      £17,000 – £18,000 FTE per annum
      £10,200 – £10,800 pro rata for 22.5 hours per week

      We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time store manager to join our dynamic and forward-thinking retail team. Reporting to the Head of Retail this position is based at our Rhos store.

      With an eye for detail and taking a hands-on approach, you will need to be commercially aware, driven and well organised. You will also have the passion and leadership skills to motivate a team of volunteers in order to maximise profits and help us raise the funds we need to run the hospice.

      We are looking for someone who can deliver high standards of presentation and merchandising and who enjoys being on the shop floor and driving sales through great customer service.

      If you have a strong retail background and a passion for sales and customer service, then we would love to hear from you.

      Candidates need a driving licence and access to a vehicle.

      For further information about all this post and details on how to apply, please view our website on www.nightingalehouse.co.uk or contact Pat Walmsley at pat.walmsley@nightingalehouse.co.uk or call 01978 316811 for further details.

      Nightingale House Hospice is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment.

      Registered Charity No: 1035600

      Closing date: 17th September 2020

      Download: Job Description

      Download: Standard Application Form

      • Charity Store Manager Oswestry

        CHARITY STORE MANAGER
        OSWESTRY
        37.5 hours per week
        (5 days out of 6)
        Salary: £19,000 – £22,500 pa depending on experience
        Competitive holiday allowance and pension scheme.

        An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our dynamic and forward-thinking retail team. Reporting to the Head of Retail this position is based in Oswestry, Shropshire.

        As Store Manager you will be responsible for managing all store activities, aiming to achieve set targets and maximise financial contribution to the charity.

        With an eye for detail and taking a hands-on approach, you will need to be commercially aware, driven and well organised. You will also have the passion and leadership skills to motivate a team of volunteers in order to maximise profits and help us raise the funds we need to run the hospice.

        We are looking for someone who can deliver high standards of visual merchandising and who enjoys being on the shop floor driving sales through great customer service.

        We are also looking for someone who can generate donations and get involved with the local community.

        If you have a strong retail background and a passion for sales and customer service, then we would love to hear from you.

        Candidates need a driving licence and access to a vehicle.

        Nightingale House Hospice is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. Registered Charity No: 1035600

        For further information about this post and details on how to apply, please view our website on www.nightingalehouse.co.uk or contact Pat Walmsley at pat.walmsley@nightingalehouse.co.uk

        Closing Date: 9th September 2020

        Download: Job Description

        Download: Standard Application Form

        • Staff Nurse

          STAFF NURSE
          37.5 hours per week, 5 days out of 7 worked on a rota basis
          Shift times (Early Shift 7am to 3pm) (Late Shift 12.45 pm to 8.45 pm)
          Salary Scale £22,225 to £26,847 per annum depending on experience

          Are you ambitious and ready for a change? Do you want to make a real difference to those with a life limiting condition & palliative care needs? Then this is the time to join our forward thinking clinical & patient services team.

          We are looking for an exceptional Staff Nurse to join our dedicated multi-disciplinary team on our Inpatient Unit providing assessment, symptom management and end of life care to our patients living with a life limiting condition. Length of stay can range from a few days to a few weeks. You will work as part of that team to provide holistic person-centered care, integrating nursing care with psychosocial, physical, rehabilitative and spiritual needs.

          You need to be able to demonstrate evidence-based practice, up to date clinical skills, flexibility and a commitment to the delivery of high quality, effective and efficient nursing care

          There is a comprehensive induction with individual mentor and opportunities for professional development. 

          Palliative care/oncology experience desirable but not essential

          For an application pack or further information please email pat.walmsley@nightingalehouse.co.uk or contact Pat Walmsley on 01978 316811 or visit our website www.nightingalehouse.co.uk

          Nightingale House is an equal opportunities employer.  This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check which will be taken into consideration when confirming any offer of employment.

          Closing Date 11th September 2020

          Download: Job Description

          Download: Standard Application Form

          • Standard Application Form and Information for Applicants

            Applicants are advised to read this information before applying for vacancies.

            Download: Standard Application Form

          • Terms and Conditions of Employment

            Terms and Conditions of Employment

            Medical

            A questionnaire will be sent to the successful candidate. This must be completed and forwarded to Occupational Health. The candidate must be declared fit before commencing employment.

            Qualifications/Professional Registration

            Appointments are offered subject to the successful candidate providing evidence of professional qualification(s) and continuing professional registration.

            References

            All offers of employment are subject to the receipt of two references that are satisfactory to the Hospice.

            Contract – Notice Period    

            1 week’s notice is required, from either party, during the probationary period and 4 weeks thereafter.

            Probationary Period

            Appointments for all staff are subject to a 3 or 6 month probationary period depending on the role.

            Disclosure    

            Applicable/Not applicable dependant on role


            Employee Benefits

             

            Pension         

            The Hospice operates a pension scheme through NOW pensions who will contact you regarding the scheme and eligibility once you are in post. If you are currently in the NHS pension scheme please discuss this with HR on commencement.

            Life Insurance Cover

            Death in Service Life Insurance Cover equivalent to two times basic salary for all eligible staff who are not covered by the NHS Superannuation Scheme.

            Holidays        

            Holiday entitlement is 25 days per year plus 8 Bank Holidays for full time staff, (pro rata for part time hours). This increases to a maximum of 32 days plus Bank Holidays after 10 years service, subject to Holiday policy.

            Sick Pay        

            In the first year of service – up to 5 contractual sick days then SSP

            In the second year of service – up to 10 contractual sick days then SSP.

            After two years’ employment – up to 13 weeks full pay and 13 weeks half  pay in any rolling year

            After 5 years’ employment – up to 26 weeks full pay and 26 weeks half pay in any rolling year

            Pro rata for part time staff. The above is subject to the sickness absence procedures being followed.

            Bank Holiday           

            Time worked on a Bank holiday is paid at time and a half. This payment is only for staff who are required to work on the Bank Holiday e.g. Inpatients, Kitchen, Housekeeping.

            Staff Dining Room

            Excellent catering facilities which offer hot meals, snacks and sandwiches at lunch time.

            Nightingale House Hospice is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment.


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