Every day of your life matters – from the first to the last. That’s why we believe everyone living with a terminal illness should be able to get the high quality care and support they, and their families need, so they can get the most from the time they have left.
Over the last 60 years, we’ve been there for hundreds of thousands of families all over the UK, caring for them at home, in one of our hospices, and in hospitals.
In Scotland, our specialist teams at Marie Curie Hospices, community-based Marie Curie Nurses, trained Helper volunteers and Support Line advisers offer expert care, support and information, so people don’t have to face the most difficult time in their lives by themselves.
The Marie Curie Hospice, Glasgow provides specialist care and support for around 1,400 people each year in a friendly, welcoming environment. At our hospice, we help people achieve the best possible quality of life ̶ whether that’s through helping to relieve their symptoms or giving them any advice and support they need on practical, emotional, social, psychological or spiritual matters. Many people we look after come for the day for all kinds of therapies, support and activities. We also support people in their homes and provide in-patient care for those who need it.
Hospice Manager – Marie Curie Hospice Glasgow
35 hours per week
Are you looking to progress your career in a dynamic, engaging, professional, quality focussed environment working within, and leading, a team of multi professionals and inspired volunteers, in a top Charity providing care and support to people with a terminal illness and their families?
If so, we would love to hear from you!
We are looking to recruit to the role of Hospice Manager at our hospice in Glasgow providing services for patients and families in the Greater Glasgow area This is an exciting opportunity for a talented and dynamic person to lead the team at our Glasgow Hospice. With around 300 staff and volunteers the hospice provides care and support for more than 640 inpatients with a further 760 patients cared for within day care facilities and in their own home each year.
As the Hospice manager you will set the tone, developing a climate consistent with the Charity’s values and passion to deliver more care to patients and families. You will be excited by the opportunity to help shape the future of the hospice whilst ensuring sustained progress in the constant drive to improve the experience of patients, carers and families.
You will be a confident communicator and leader, commercially driven and have a wealth of experience within this environment. You will have a thorough understanding of the Third Sector, expertise in strategic planning and financial management to allow more patients and families to benefit from our funding.
Having a talent for networking, developing and maintaining partnerships internally and externally is also essential in delivering organisational strategy and clinical care.
This is an exciting role, requiring a track record of leadership and delivery in a complex multi-disciplinary environment that requires adaptability/flexibility to focus on strategic, operational, commercial and community engagement opportunities.
Further information on the role and about Marie Curie can be found within the following documentation:
- Job Description and Person Specification
- Accountability Review
- Organisational Chart
- Marie Curie Hospice Glasgow
For a confidential discussion about the position please contact Catriona Mackie or Gayle Williamson at our recruitment partners, Aspen People, on 0141 212 7555.
For any process queries please contact Kelsey Sinclair on 0141 212 7555.
How to Apply
Please provide the following:
- An up to date CV.
- A supporting statement - indicating how you meet the criteria for the role. Please also provide the following detail:
- Current salary.
- Current notice period.
- Details of two referees – these will not be contacted without your permission.
To submit your details please complete the form by clicking here.
Applicants will be shortlisted for interview by matching the details they provide against the Job Description and Person Specification. We would therefore ask applicants to provide clear evidence to show how your experience, skills and knowledge match those requirements.
Please note that you will receive an automatic acknowledgement of your application - if you do not receive this please contact Kelsey Sinclair on 0141 212 7555. We have provided below a note of the critical dates within this recruitment campaign which will help you plan your diary:
Key Dates in the Process
We have provided below a note of the critical dates within this recruitment campaign which will help you plan your diary:
- Closing date for applications: Friday 1st February 2019
- Meeting to review applications: Thursday 7th February 2019
- Assessment Centre Day: Monday 18th February 2019
- Final interviews: Wednesday 13th March 2019