Tŷ Gobaith, Conwy


£32,052 to £40,370 (depending on relevant experience and qualifications)


22.5 hours per week over 3 days, with the option to work additional hours on the Care Team, within the shift pattern up to 37.5 hours per week

Closing Date

Sunday 16th August 2020

Interview Date

Thursday 20th August 2020

Job Overview

We are seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic nurse with a special interest in working with neonates. An ENB 405 is essential for the role, along with recent neonatal experience. With an ENB 998 or equivalent qualification desirable, you will take a lead role to continue developing the service, liaising with families and healthcare professionals in a variety of settings

You will be required to travel across the catchment area on a regular basis and will therefore need a full driving licence and access to a vehicle (business mileage expenses are paid).

You will be an excellent communicator and will work well within a multi-disciplinary team. You will relish the opportunity to teach and up-skill your colleagues in this specialist area both within the hospice and statutory sector. You will be confident and competent to give direct care to this very vulnerable client group and their families. A flexible attitude to accommodate the ever changing needs of the service users will be essential and therefore hours will include some evening and weekend working. There may be a requirement to work some shifts as part of the in-house Care Team, dependent upon contracted hours. Staff are offered the option of remaining in the NHS Superannuation Scheme (or to join the Hope House Group Pension Plan).

If you are looking for a worthwhile challenge and a varied job in which your success will make a real difference, complete the online application form below.  If you require further information please call our HR Team on 01691 679679 or email [email protected].

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

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

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. Full copies of our Safeguarding Policies are available upon request from [email protected] 


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