Our committed staff at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice provide high quality compassionate care for patients, carers and families.
As well as our healthcare professionals, we have a varied team of individuals who work across the hospice to support our clinical services team and to ensure that we meet our fundraising targets.
By joining us you will be joining a community of highly skilled palliative care experts, care-givers and experienced support staff, who share our values of compassionate care, team unity, fairness and integrity, dignity and respect, and striving for excellence.
By working alongside us you will become part of this team, in an organisation that values working together towards one shared aim; looking after the people of Glasgow.
Teamwork is how we deliver exceptional care in exceptional circumstances.
Teamwork is how we function and thrive.
Teamwork is how we support each other and the people we look after.
We need you and your talents across the organisation and in exchange you will learn from the best, expand on your skills and knowledge base, and enjoy a working atmosphere of mutual respect and consideration in a unique and caring atmosphere.
Our clinical team are experts in the delivery of palliative care, they include: doctors, clinical nurse specialists, registered nurses, healthcare assistants, and supporting healthcare professionals: occupational therapists and physiotherapists.
Our non-clinical support team includes: fundraisers, cooks, housekeepers, finance and IT experts, porters, PR professionals and administration staff.
By working for Glasgow's Hospice you will enjoy a forward-looking working environment, with learning, personal development and educational opportunities.
The hospice is committed to promoting equality and diversity in employment.
We welcome applications from people of all genders, all ethnic groups, all sexual orientations, all abilities and we have systems in place for ease of access.
For successful applicants the hospice carries out a number of selection checks.
These include two references, proof of qualifications and registration, occupational health checks, and for roles working with children and vulnerable adults a Disclosure Scotland check at the relevant level.
Working at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is a truly unique experience, where all our staff contribute and make a difference to the lives of the people we look after.
We look forward to you joining our team.