Employer: Department: Trinity Hospice Location: Blackpool Salary: £20,892 to £22,748
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(Nights - full and part time hours considered)
Hospice at Home Team at Trinity Hospice requires Healthcare Assistants to provide flexible provision of the service 7 days per week 9pm - 8am
This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidates to be part of this successful, dynamic and forward thinking team; you will provide hands on care for patients and their families in their home who suffer with a range of life limiting conditions and are nearing the end of their lives.
You will work as part of an integrated service over night that compliments existing community services and work in partnership with existing day services to ensure high quality 24 hr provision of care.
The successful candidate will be a proven team player, have three years experience working in a health care setting and preferably have community experience.
You will possess excellent communication skills, be self motivated and be an excellent team player. A caring nature and genuine interest in caring for the dying is essential, as is a car and current UK driving license.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Julie Humphreys, CNS Lead Community on 01253 952573.
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