Reaching out to every child and family who needs us, offering support and care from people who understand.
Carers - 18 402 - 21 176 pa, pro rata
Full and part time, flexible working across seven days including nights and bank holidays
Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service is a registered charity providing care and support to children with a life limiting or life threatening condition and their families across Berkshire. We are proud of our integrated model of care working closely with our NHS Colleagues.
We are in the exciting position of expanding our service to be able to offer support to all children and young people providing respite and end of life care in their own homes.
We are looking for motivated and experienced individuals to join our care team providing a high quality service to children with palliative and complex care needs and their families. As a carer you will work under the supervision of our Alexander's nurses working one to one with children and families.
This is a unique opportunity to work as part of a new team providing children's palliative care.
You will benefit as part of this growing team from extensive training and development opportunities, within a supportive and rewarding environment
We are also seeking to recruit Nurses - Band 6 as part of the Alexander Care Team
If you wish to discuss these roles or request an application pack from our Director of Care please call 01753 567630
Closing date: Wednesday 18th September
Interview: Week beginning 30th September
Enhanced Disclosure checks by the DBS will be undertaken for successful applicants.
ADCHS is an equal opportunities employer.

Job Type : Permanent

Location : Berkshire

Salary : 18 402 - 21,176 pa

Date Advertised : 05 Sep 2013

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