St Catherine’s Hospice depends on high quality, dedicated staff to be able to make a difference to the local people it seeks to serve.
This doesn’t just include those who are hands-on in delivering our care and support – but extends to every single member of the workforce who each make a vital contribution to the hospice organisation.
Whichever department you work for, we can promise a rewarding role within an important local charity and a significant local business.
We are an equal opportunities employer, which strongly supports staff and their professional development through structured supervision, appraisal and training.
St Catherine’s is at the heart of the community and people are at the heart of the Hospice.
Please see our current vacancies listed below. Find out more about working in hospice care through this short film created by our umbrella charity Hospice UK.
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To apply please complete the online application form or download the forms below.
20 HOURS PER WEEK
£9,466.99 per annum
Have you got an exceptional eye for detail that will help the Maintenance and H&S team at the hospice develop and grow?
Are you passionate about administration and supporting the teams to ensure all software systems, record management and filing systems are up to date and compliant?
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the team at St Catherine’s Hospice. The successful candidate will provide administrative support for the Hospice maintenance and H&S teams which includes maintaining the facilities management system, incident reporting system and ensuring the maintenance and development of accurate filing systems.
There’s a huge variety of things that go into life at the hospice and in this role you’ll experience them all, from managing deadlines and calendars, inputting data, dealing with maintenance schedules and much more. No two days at St Catherine’s are the same. Along the way you’ll meet some incredibly inspiring people – from our amazing patients and their families, to our dedicated staff and volunteers.
This is a diverse role in a small and extremely pro-active team and as such is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to spring-board their career in administration.
Candidates must have:
• A passion for administration
• Extensive knowledge of MS Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Outlook)
• Recent experience of working in a busy administrative environment
• Recent experience of managing records and developing appropriate systems
• Accurate keyboard and word-processing skills
• Well-developed interpersonal skills, with the motivation and ability to work alone and as part of a fast-paced team
• Highly tuned communication skills with the ability to communicate competently with a wide range of audiences and stakeholders, both verbally and written, and both internally and externally
• Effective organisational skills
The closing date for this position is midday on Monday 25th February 2019
Interviews are likely to be held Wednesday 13th March 2019
If you have not heard by the Friday 8th March then on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.