If you are ready for an exciting opportunity that will be challenging and rewarding on a personal and professional level this could be the post for you. You will be enthusiastic, self-motivated and have post registration experience as an Occupational Therapist ideally in palliative care, oncology and/or rehabilitative service provision. You must be able to provide and maintain a high level of palliative care delivery. You will be patient centred, striving for excellence to achieve the best quality of life for patients, families and carers. You will need to take responsibility for the specialism and contribute to improvements in service delivery across In-Patient Unit and Living Well Centre.
You must possess excellent communication skills, enjoy working as part of a team with a passion for palliative care. Driving licence and own car use is essential for home visits as part of discharge planning. As the Living Well Centre develops there may be the expectation you work some weekends and evenings. We value and support our staff and volunteers with training and development. You will be supported with regular clinical
supervision. We offer a workplace pension but do honour those who are already in an NHS pension. As an employee of St Cuthbert’s Hospice you will benefit from 25 days annual leave per year pro rata (rising to 27 after 5 years’ service), in addition to Bank Holidays. The salary scale is dependent upon relevant transferable skills and experience.