Woodlands Hospice, an independent charity, provides specialist palliative care to patients and families in North Liverpool, South Sefton and Kirkby in Knowsley.

We are situated in the grounds of Aintree Hospital in Fazakerley and also provide some community services through our Therapy Outreach Team and also the South Sefton Hospice at Home service.

We are currently recruiting to a key leadership role within the Hospice as a core member of the Senior Management Team. The Patient Services Manager has overall responsibility for the quality of care delivered within the Hospice. As CQC Registered Manager, the successful candidate has overall responsibility for demonstrating full compliance with CQC Fundamental Standards of Quality and Safety.

We are looking for a dynamic senior nurse to lead our clinical team with passion and drive to ensure our patients and families receive the highest quality of care and compassion during the most vulnerable time of their lives.

For further information regarding this post please see full advertisement on our website www.woodlandshospice.org/vacancies or contact Rose Milnes, Chief Executive, Woodlands Hospice on 0151 529 2632.
Posted: 29/01/2020
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Full time 37.5 hours per week
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£52,306 - £60,983 per annum (depending on experience)
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