Our current job vacancies are listed below.

We would also be pleased to receive your curriculum vitae for future consideration.

Please contact our HR team on 0151 334 2778 or 0151 482 8990 or by email at if you would like to discuss any opportunities before applying.

We wish you every success with your application!

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Fundraiser (lottery)

From 12hrs a week up to full time
Temporary contracts and permanent available for successful candidates
Salary:  £15,210-£17,438 (pro rata, based on contracted hours)

Your duties will include working closely with the Lottery Manager and other Fundraisers to professionally recruit new lottery members to support our charity's care of our patients and their loved ones.

Full driving licence with clean record and use of own car essential.

This post is subject to a Standard Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate.

All applications will be considered upon receipt and you will be invited for interview if you meet the criteria we're looking for.

job description can be downloaded here or email or

Please contact Carl Morgan, Lottery Manager or Teresa Nightingale, Head of Fundraising on 0151 334 0348 if you would like to arrange an informal chat or visit before applying.

Spiritual Care Co-ordinator

12 hours per week

Salary £26,048 - £34,775 pa (pro rata)

We are currently recruiting for a Spiritual Care Co-ordinator.

The successful candidate will be an integral part of the Patient and Family Support Team and work across the hospice within the wider Multi Professional Team. They will lead on the delivery of spiritual care and work with the Patient and Family Support Services Manager on identifying service development opportunities.

They will co-ordinate, develop and deliver a high quality spiritual care service that is supportive of people with any faith or none. They will develop and co-ordinate a team of spiritual care volunteers and establish links with faith leaders.

The role requires a proven ability to deliver pastoral care, communicate with and support people of differing faiths or no faith, and to have an understanding of the spiritual, emotional and practical challenges experienced by patients and families cared for by the Hospice. Proven competencies of delivering this care in a health care setting will be an advantage.

The post holder will need to have strong interpersonal skills, be secure in their own spirituality and have access to support and supervision from their own spiritual or faith community. They will need good leadership, training and organizational skills with the ability to work flexibly under their own initiative as well as part of a multi professional team.

The regular hours will be weekdays, however there is the expectation there may be a small amount of out of hours working, and there may be opportunities for on-call cover depending on qualifications and experience

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Disclosure.

Completed application forms to be received by Friday 28th July 2017, however  we reserve the right to close this position early  if enough suitably qualified applicants apply.

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