We have a proud history of excellence and innovation in hospice care. We know that our success is due to the people who work for us, so we value our staff as our greatest asset.
The Rowans Hospice is a friendly, supportive and service driven work environment. We have a talented and committed team of staff and volunteers. They come from a variety of backgrounds and contribute a huge range of skills – from nursing to fundraising, from catering to counselling.
We operate with integrity and aim to make coming to work for us a rewarding experience. We give training to volunteers and offer all staff opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills through professional development.
We are currently recruiting for the following:
This is an opportunity for a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist to work in an established Specialist Palliative Care Psychology Service, based at a hospice, providing therapeutic interventions to patients with a life-limiting illness, as well as to their carers/partners and families. The service also provides specialist interventions for individuals experiencing complex bereavement.
The post holder will be required to engage in partnership working across The Rowans Hospice and community NHS services. You will be required to participate in the delivery of education initiatives and clinical supervision. Training and development opportunities will be identified.
Closing Date: 10/05/13
Interview Date: 30/05/13
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