Current vacancies

Please find below the details for our current vacancies.

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Thanks for your interest in working for Hospice UK. Please note that all our current vacancies are listed below and we use application forms with a written statement of suitability as part of our recruitment process.

We don’t use CVs or keep them on file and look forward to applications for specific vacancies using the process outlined. See inside each vacancy for details of the role and how to apply.

Northern Ireland Project ECHO Evaluation Fellow

Closing Date: Jul 23, 2018
Interview Date: Aug 1, 2018
Salary: £36,500 + benefits
Contract: Up to 23 months fixed term contract or less subject to project completion

Calling all evaluators and researchers who want to make a difference.

Hospice UK has an exciting new role for a post PhD (or close to completing or relevant experience) evaluator or researcher who can manage projects, is innovative, imaginative and robust in their analysis and reporting methods and can work with a variety of people in different settings.

Hosted by Hospice UK, funded by the Health and Social Care Board, Northern Ireland and based in Project ECHO  Belfast office; the Evaluation Fellow will be responsible for the evaluation of the activity, outputs, outcomes and the impact of up to 30 health and social care Project ECHO Knowledge Networks in Northern Ireland.

Project ECHO, the Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes, is a key enabler of the overall Hospice UK five-year strategy to open up hospice care. It is an established not-for-profit tele-mentoring project which was developed in the USA to improve care of patients in underserved areas.  It involves the use of cloud-based networking technology to connect specialist ‘HUBS’ and ‘SPOKES’ to create a community of practice; creating a safe space for the sharing of knowledge and expertise, to support service delivery.

The Evaluation Fellow will be supported by a Northern Ireland Project ECHO advisory group, have administrative support from the  Hospice UK team, be situated with the Northern Ireland hub team in Belfast and be part of the wider Hospice UK team.

More details about the role are available in the appointment brief

If this sounds like a role you’d be interested in and would like to work in a committed and passionate organisation and bring about a real change, please apply!

How to apply

To apply, please complete the application form and equal opportunities form and return to recruitment@hospiceuk.org by 10am on Monday 23 July 2018

The date set for interviews is the morning of Wednesday 1 August and Thursday 2 August 2018. These dates may be subject to change and you will be advised in advance should this happen.

The interview will be via Zoom.


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