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.

Senior Clinical and Quality Improvement Manager

Closing Date: Nov 24, 2019
Interview Date:
Salary: £60,000 + excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent

Are you are a creative and ambitious senior clinician? Do you offer experience in successful implementation of quality improvement methodology? Are you passionate about working collaboratively to make a difference to those accessing Palliative and End of Life Care?  If you are also an effective communicator who can engage, inspire and lead work across local, regional and national settings then please read on…

Hospice UK is excited to be recruiting a new Senior Clinical and Quality Improvement Manager to join their established clinical team. This role will be part of a dynamic national team that supports over 220 member hospices and works also in close collaboration with End of Life Care colleagues from all care settings. The successful applicant will join us to deliver an ambitious national programme that aligns to the Hospice UK mission:    

"To improve outcomes and experience of care to transform the way society cares for the dying and those around them. To empower individuals, communities and populations to embrace the ethos of hospice care and extend its breadth and reach to improve everyone’s experience of death, dying and bereavement"

The Senior Clinical and Quality Improvement Manager will manage a clearly delineated work portfolio within the clinical programme.

They will participate in the co design and co-production of future clinical projects, with specific responsibility for managing the current clinical work portfolio and advocate for collaboration, innovation and evidence based effective clinical practice within Hospice and End of Life Care in all care settings and sectors.

Details of the role can be found in the job description and person specification.

For further information, please contact Anita Hayes, Head of Learning and Workforce ( or Carole Walford, Chief Clinical Officer (

How to apply

If you would like to apply for the role, please complete our application form and equalities monitoring form and return them to by the closing date.

The closing date is midnight on Sunday 24 November 2019.

Interviews to take place early to mid December, exact dates to be confirmed.


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