If you are looking for a clinical role, on our wards, in the community or in one of our therapies teams, we guarantee that you will work with healthcare professionals who have an abundance of experience, expertise and enthusiasm.

Our non-clinical roles range from working in our Facilities team, to administration roles, IT, HR and fundraising. Across every department you will find staff that are passionate, committed and dedicated, who take their responsibilities seriously, but who also know how to have fun. 

  • Doctors, nurses and healthcare assistants work with patients on one of our wards or in their own homes as part of our community Palliative Care Team.  
  • Complementary therapists work with patients and family members to help manage anxiety and ease pain. Many of our therapists are volunteers. 
  • Psychologists, social workers, welfare advisors and  chaplains  help people deal with the emotional, psychological, financial, social and practical impact of their illness through counselling and spiritual support.  
  • Physiotherapists,  speech and language therapists,  occupational therapists  and  dieticians  help people to be as independent as possible, for as long as possible by finding ways to help improve mobility, diet and nutrition leading to a better quality of life. 
  • Fundraisers engage with the local community, manage events and corporate partnerships, bringing in much needed funds so that we can provide our wide range of services. 
  • Bereavement and family counsellors  help people come to terms with their illness and help families cope after the death of their loved one. 
  • Porters, domestic cleaners,  kitchen and admin staff  work behind the scenes keeping the Hospice clean and tidy, ensuring that everything is in working order. They also spend time with patients on the wards. 
  • Project and communication managers, IT staff, finance staff  and  senior managers  make things happen and ensure that the Hospice is running efficiently and safely. 

Key worker accommodation is available to staff who meet the criteria.  Please see brochure for further information.  

We are currently offering a Golden Hello for hard to recruit roles. More information on what roles are eligible and how it works can be found below. 

Current Vacancies

Take a look at our current vacancies and see how you can make a real difference to the lives of people affected by serious, long-term illness by joining the St Joseph’s team. We also have volunteer roles across the Hospice. 

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An exciting opportunity to work as part of a committed and creative team as Day Hospice Manager, offering holistic and person-aligned care and support to our patients and their families.

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  • Closing Date: 17th Oct 2021
  • Salary: Band 7 £45,780 - £51,393 pro rata pa inclusive
  • Hours of Work: 22.5 hours per week (must be worked on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.)
  • Interview Date: 8th Nov 2021
  • Specialism: Palliative Care

We’re looking for a Nurse Consultant who will be the clinical lead in our Community Palliative Care Clinical Nursing Service, playing a pivotal role in the further development of our outpatients and home based care. 

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  • Closing Date: 30th Sep 2021
  • Salary: Band 8b/c £60,058 - £80,554 (pro rata) per annum inclusive
  • Hours of Work: Permanent 37.5 hours per week (30 hours considered)
  • Interview Date: TBC
  • Specialism: Nursing

Working at the the Hospice

St Joseph’s Hospice is a great place to work because you are making a real difference to the lives of people affected by serious, long-term conditions. Our staff carry out very different roles across different departments but we all follow the same mission and work to the same core values.

Opportunities across our services

Doctors, nurses, complementary therapists and health care workers helping people cope with the symptoms of their illness, controlling pain and managing anxiety.

Psychologists, social workers, welfare advisors and chaplains helping people deal with the emotional, psychological, financial, social and practical impact of their illness.

Physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and dieticians helping people to be as independent as possible, for as long as possible.

Events co-ordinators, who make life a bit more fun.

Counsellors helping people cope with the loss of a loved one.

Porters, domestic cleaners, kitchen and admin staff working behind the scenes.

Fundraisers, project managers, IT staff, finance staff and senior managers who make things happen.