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  • Title: Consultant in Palliative Medicine

    Salary: TBA

    Consultant in Palliative Medicine

    We are recruiting a full-time or two part-time consultants or two job-share partners.  We would welcome applicants who would like to work both in the NHS and in the Hospice.

    John Taylor Hospice
    John Taylor Hospice is a vibrant, diverse, mutli-disciplinary, not for profit company with a turnover of £5.2 million.  We have 150 staff.  The people who work in the company own the company.  Founded in 1910 we are the oldest non-denominational UK hospice, funded entirely by the public.  We were then gifted to the NHS on 4th July 19948.  On 1st October 2011 John Taylor Hospice CIC was authorised to operate the Hospice as a Social Enterprise.  The NHS has a contract with us and provides a wide range of additional services.  These are free at the point of use.  The public, local businesses and grant giving bodies and our League of Friends pay for these services with direct investment and donation.

    The Post
    The purpose of John Taylor Hospice CIC is to ease the personal and social cost of illness and death just a little every day.  We work across the spectrum of adult disease.  We provide palliative care and proactive personalised care to match the aetiology of illness The public health evidence, the economic context, UK demographics and the continuing improvements in hospital care means that ‘palliative care’ is changing.  We have undertaken a detailed review of our medical staffing needs informed by the public health evidence, national policy and patterns of demand.  First on-call is proved throughout the year by GPs through service level agreements.  We have a bold ambition to deliver depth and breadth in our medical workforce   We are now building a new medical team fit for the future. .  

    The Consultant(s) in Palliative Medicine are key to these developments and will:

    •    Be supported by SAS grade doctors who hold first line patient accountability on IPU together with the opportunity to develop additional junior support
    •    Be part of an inter-disciplinary team of qualified clinicians, in cancer care and neurology, continence and diabetes care and tissue viability, family social workers, dieticians, physio and occupational therapists.
    •    Be supported by our unique palliative care pharmacy team, from technician to consultant grade as well as nurses who are independent prescribers
    •    Have the opportunity to take a the lead for education and training
    •    Be a member of the local cancer network
    •    Have medical back up through service level agreements with experienced local General Practitioners who provide on-call cover and medical care on a roistered basis.  Our Associate Medical Director has over 25 years’ experience in palliative care is also a GP
    •    Work with other Medical Consultants in-house from anaesthetics, elderly medicine and old age psychiatry
    •    Have the opportunity to train at the Kings Fund on leadership at the point of care

    Our previous Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Dr Brenda Ward, is more than happy to be contacted to discuss the post at bward@doctors.org.uk
    You can also contact our Clinical Director Marie Bradley 0121 465 2000 or marie.bradley1@nhs.net

    John Taylor Hospice is part of the NHS pension scheme and pension payments will be automatically made where Consultants are in this scheme.  The CIC also has a company pension.

    Application Form

    Job Description

  • Title: Staff Nurse. Band 5. Rotational

    Salary: 21,176 - 27,625

     John Taylor Hospice is the oldest non-denominational hospice in the UK, we have been alongside the people of Birmingham and the wider West Midlands for four generations.  Our founders gifted us to the NHS on 5 July 1948 and on 1 October 2011 we became independent once more as a social enterprise.  We work on behalf of the NHS and local people and since 2011 our company has secured different and new investors, local people, partnership investment with national organisations and local businesses.  In April at our AGM we launched our new company plan and we are now recruiting to a number of key posts that put lived experience and emerging best practice at the heart of what we do.  If you want to set the standard in palliative care and would like to work in a company that you can also own, we would love to hear from you.

    The Hospice is looking for enthusiastic and motivated staff, to join a team caring for palliative patients within a variety of settings.  We aim to support and advocate choices at end of life, promoting living well until dying well.

    Informal Enquiries to Gale Clarke – Modern Matron 0121 465 2000

    To apply for this post, please use the links below.

    Application Form

    Job Description

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  • Title: Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist

    Salary: Band 7

     Macmillan Clinical Specialist Nurse Band 7

     An exciting opportunity as arisen for a Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist, Band 7 at John Taylor Hospice.

    This Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist post  is an integral part of our Multidisciplinary team providing end of life care and advice, acting as an expert resource, an educator and developer of our service in order to enhance the high standards of care we offer to our patients and carers.

    You will provide specialist assessment and evaluation of patient needs, identifying physical, social, psychological, spiritual requirements and initiating and coordinating end of life care to meet these needs.

    Knowledge and experience in providing information, advice and support to patients and families/carers, sign posting resources (both local and national) as appropriate is essential.

    You will also act as a resource to professionals working within the primary and secondary healthcare setting providing advice and support. Promoting high quality evidence based palliative care across all health community settings.

    You will be required to engage in regular clinical supervision along with providing advice and support to the Band 6 Clinical Nurse Specialist post.

     

    Closing date 20th January 2014

    Interview date to be held 3rd Febuary 2014

     

    All enquires please contact Jan Hipkiss (Clinical Business Manager) on 0121 465 200 or email jan.hipkiss@nhs.net


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  • Title: Major Gifts Manager

    Salary: 32,000 per Annum 16,000 pro rata

    Major Gifts Manager

     

    Do you have experience in generating philanthropic income from individuals? Could you identify key fundraising opportunities to help us make every moment matter?

    We are looking for an ambitious and target-driven fundraiser to:

    -         Devise, own, direct and deliver a distinctive and daring strategy to realise our annual major donor target.

    -         Find philanthropists and high net worth individuals, inspiring those people to make major gift(s) that fulfil their ambition as philanthropic investors and the objectives of John Taylor Hospice.

    -         Through your relationships, identify prospects for trust and high value corporate income that will drive the pipeline for John Taylor Hospice’s major gift income stream.

     

    At John Taylor, we are more than a Hospice. We sum up what we do in one simple phrase: Every Moment Matters. We understand why illness and death can mean intolerable anguish, be frightening, undignified and costly for all of us. We have been independent from the NHS for three years. We have grown our income and improved the care and support we can offer the people who need us. Now we need a Major Gifts Manager to drive the success of our Community Investment Crew and help us reach our ambitious income targets. We can only provide care to families when they need it most if we generate the income required, so we need to ensure we drive and support our fundraisers as much as possible to help us achieve these high targets. 

    Directly accountable for creating sustainable mutual relationships based on a common interest; you will have a demonstrable understanding of the challenges that face people that choose John Taylor for help and inspire passion about the work that we do in the hearts and minds of current and potential investors. 


    To join us in this demanding and rewarding role you’ll need to have:

    * Proven experience of exceeding targets and working to KPIs in the commercial or not for profit sector
    * Excellent ability to motivate and influence people 
    * Strong networking skills and proven ability to build relationships with a diverse range of people
    * Demonstrative ability to effectively manage budgets and multi-tasking to meet tight deadlines
    * Flexibility and willingness to travel where needed to support individuals, companies and groups 

    We’re looking for a Crew member who can make opportunities happen.

     For Informal enquires please contact Katie Mitchell on 0121 465 2000 or email katie.mitchell@nhs.net.

     Closing Date 15//01/2015

     Interview Date to be  advised

     Application Form

     Job Description  

     

     

     

  • Title: Community & Corporate Development Manager

    Salary: £25,000 Per Annum

    Do you have experience generating income in the commercial or not for profit sector? Could you identify key fundraising opportunities to help us make every moment matter?

    We’re looking for an ambitious and target driven fundraiser to:

    - Recruit, manage and develop supporters within the community in the Birmingham to maximise fundraising for John Taylor Hospice

     

    - Identify individuals, companies and groups in our city to develop mutually beneficial relationships and support fundraising for the Hospice

    - Provide excellent supporter care ensuring that everybody who supports John Taylor Hospice is valued and understands how they have helped make every moment matter, ensuring their long term support to John Taylor Hospice 


    At John Taylor, we are more than a Hospice. We sum up what we do in one simple phrase: Every Moment Matters. We understand why illness and death can mean intolerable anguish, be frightening, undignified and costly for all of us. We have been independent from the NHS for three years. We have grown our income and improved the care and support we can offer the people who need us. Now we need a Community and Corporate Development Manager to drive the success of our Community Investment Crew and help us reach our ambitious income targets. We can only provide care to families when they need it most if we generate the income required, so we need to ensure we drive and support our fundraisers as much as possible to help us achieve these high targets. 

    To join us in this demanding and rewarding role you’ll need to have:

    * Proven experience of exceeding targets and working to KPIs in the commercial or not for profit sector
    * Excellent ability to motivate and influence people 
    * Strong networking skills and proven ability to build relationships with a diverse range of people
    * Demonstrative ability to effectively manage budgets and multi-tasking to meet tight deadlines
    * Flexibility and willingness to travel where needed to support individuals, companies and groups 

    We’re looking for a Crew member who can make opportunities happen.

     For inform enqiures please contact Katie Mitchell on 0121 465 2078 or email  katie.mitchell@nhs.net

    Closing date 31/01/2015

    Interview date  to be advised

     

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  • Title: Volunteers for fund raising

    Salary: NIL

     

    John Taylor Hospice needs you!

     We urgently need volunteers to work alongside the Community Investment Crew.

     

    Do you tick any of the boxes below?

    ·         You have a few hours spare each month?

    ·         You would like to take on one of our exciting new volunteer roles?

    ·         You enjoy working with people and want to work within the community.  

    We are looking for:

    ·         Volunteer Collection Can Co-ordinators (this does not mean standing with a can collecting money).

    ·         Volunteer Bucket Collection Co-ordinators.

    ·         Volunteer Recycling Co-ordinator.

    ·         Volunteer Ambassadors at events.

    ·         Volunteer leaflet delivering. 

     

    If you are interested just call: Jan Nevett for a chat on 0121 465 2000 or email Janet.Nevett@nhs.net

     

  • Title: Volunteer Housekeeper

    Salary: Volunteer

    We are currently reaching out for willing individuals to volunteer their time and work within a team of skilled, caring and friendly Housekeepers to assist with daily domestic duties.

     

     What will I be doing?

    -    Assisting with light housekeeping duties, from vacuum cleaning, general tidying, cleaning windows, assisting with laundry or washing up.

    -    You will be undertaking the same mandatory training as a paid employee, giving you the support and knowledge of working in a safe hospice environment.

    -    The opportunity to work within a broad Corporate and Commercial Services team, giving you the opportunity to gain experience in other fields.

     

     What skills will I need?

    -    You will need to work well within a team environment and communicate efficiently.

    -    You will need to lead with your ‘Aesthetic Eye’ in maintaining a comfortable, clean, safe and welcoming hospice.

     

    How much of my time do you need?

    Ideally we would like you to commit your mornings to us.  Preferably between the hours of 9:00 – 14:00   Monday - Friday.  However, we appreciate your time wherever you can slot in.

     

    If you have any questions or queries in relation to this exciting role, please forward them on to Rhys Blair at John Taylor Hospice on 0121 465 2000 or email rhys.blair@nhs.net.

     

    We look forward to hearing from you.

  • Title: Speciality Doctor in Palliative Care

    Salary: TBA

    Speciality Doctor in Palliative Care

    John Taylor Hospice wishes to appoint a full- time or two part-time speciality doctors.
    The vacancy has arisen due to our current speciality doctor successfully gaining a ST3 post in palliative medicine after a planned year at John Taylor Hospice.

    John Taylor Hospice
    John Taylor Hospice is a vibrant, diverse, multi-disciplinary, not for profit company with a turnover of £5.2 million. We have 150 staff. The people who work in the company own the company. Founded in 1910 we are the oldest non-denominational UK hospice, funded entirely by the public. We were then gifted to the NHS on 4th July 1994. On 1st October 2011 John Taylor Hospice CIC was authorised to operate the Hospice as a Social Enterprise. The NHS has a contract with us and we provide a wide range of additional services. These are free at the point of use. The public, local businesses and grant giving bodies and our League of Friends pay for these services with direct investment and donation.
    The hospice includes a 20 bedded in patient unit, day hospice, MDT, Macmillan and Hospice at Home Teams. It also provides pre and post bereavement support to patients and their families.

    The post holder will:
    •    Participate in the delivery of holistic clinical care to patients and families across in-patient and day hospice
    •    Support the educational programmes and governance needs of the in-patient unit
    •    Play a role in teaching medical students and members of MDT
    •    Be committed to their own continued professional development as a Palliative Medicine physician
    Informal enquiries to Marie Bradley on 0121 465 2000
    Email address: marie.bradley1@nhs.net   

    Closing date 28th Febuary 2015

     

  • Title: Volunteer Front of House Assistant

    Salary: Voluntary

    This is an opportunity to join John Taylor Hospice as a Front of House Assistant Volunteer

    You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, be warm and friendly and be sensitive to the needs of visitors and callers to the hospice.

    As a member of the front of house team you will demonstrate a “can do” attitude and be able multi task.

    If you would like more information about this role, please contact the Front of House Manager, Jackie Galpin on 0121 465 2000. Email jackie.galpin@nhs.net

    Application Form

  • Title: NON -EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT JOHN TAYLOR HOSPICE CIC

    Salary: Voluntary

    We are seeking a non-executive director to join our existing team.  The role of the non-executive director (NED) is to provide a creative contribution to the board by providing objective (challenge and scrutiny) and constructive criticism at Board meetings and Board committees.

     Applicants will need to demonstrate up to at least ten years senior experience as trustee, non-executive &/or senior manager in the public &/or private &/or not for profit sector.  You will have professional experience of the commercial sector &/or public sector.  Specific recent expertise in the area of property and estates management is desirable.

     Successful candidates will have the ability to act with independence of mind, impartiality and have personal qualities that can bring added value to Board effectiveness.

     This is a voluntary position and you will need to be able to commit at least ten days annually, and have flexibility to attend meetings at short notice in the interests of the business.

     John Taylor Hospice CIC is a registered company at Companies House.  The corporate governance structure of our company is that our Membership Council leads and is accountable for theprocessforthe appointment of the Chair and in partnership with the Chair and CEO the appointment of Non-Executive Directors. 

     

    For more information on this role please contact Surrinder Bains on 0121 465 2000, or to apply for this role please send a copy of your CV to Surrinder Bains at John Taylor Hospice, 76 Grange Road, Erdington, B24 0DF .

     

    The closing date for this role is Monday 5th January 2015.