Hope House, Morda, Oswestry


£49,159- £52,939 per annum, plus relocation package available


Full time, 37.5 hours per week (normal working hours are office hours but occasional weekend and evening working required)

Closing Date

Sunday 21st August 2022

Interview date

Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th September 2022



The Role

Hope House Children’s Hospices is a centre of excellence for children’s palliative care ensuring every family facing the death of a child gets the very best care and support when and where they need it.

We are recruiting for an effective leader to manage and lead a multi-disciplinary service delivering high quality, seamless services to children and families  from referral through to discharge.

Reporting to the Head of Care, you’ll first of all be passionate about wanting to help local children and families. Your role as Pathways Manager is vital to ensure equality of access and good introduction to the service for all children and families. Your team will maintain relationships with families through our Key Worker Service and prepare children and families to transition into adult services with confidence.

You will be a registered health professional utilising your excellent communication, leadership and people skills to work closely with other leaders in care and external partners to manage the following key pathways, Neonatal, Transition and Bereavement, and our Key Worker and Social Work services.

Now is a truly exciting time to join our dynamic and forward-looking organisation with a new structure and the formation of the Care Leadership Team. This growth has created a unique opportunity for a passionate individual to shape and lead our pathways team and play an active role in improving and developing services and delivering our Care Strategy.  

Join us and together let's make sure no one faces the death of a child alone.

    What we offer

    In return for your commitment, we offer a great reward package, which includes:

    • Competitive rates of pay, better than the NHS
    • Continuation of NHS pension scheme
    • Generous annual leave entitlement
    • Extensive training package along with great development opportunities with protected time for CPD
    • Free car parking
    • Cycle to work scheme
    • Reward programme, including the Blue Light card
    • Wellbeing support, including free staff counsellor
    • Delicious, subsidised meals, including breakfast, lunch and tea
    • A committed team and a wonderfully happy place to work

    How to apply

    If you think you have the special qualities we are looking for and are ready to join our team, click apply today. This will take you to our online application form, alternatively you can email your CV to [email protected] 

    We are encouraging prospective applicants to come and visit or call for an informal chat with our Head of Care, Diane Hobday-Hulme on 01691 671999.

    If you require any assistance with your application, please call our HR Team on 01691 679679 or email [email protected]

    Working for Us

    Role Description 



    The successful applicant will be required to obtain an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (paid for by Hope House).

    To meet the diverse needs of our client group, we are an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcome applications from all sectors of society.

    Hope House Children’s Hospices has a responsibility and a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Hope House Children’s Hospices comply with relevant legislation, guidance and national standards relating to the recruitment of staff and volunteers working with children.