Us, in a nutshell
We’re committed to delivering the highest quality care and support to our patients and their families. That means we want to work with people who are pioneering, compassionate and empowering.
Keeping a hospice running takes more than clinical staff, so whether your superpower is your expert organisation, your data wizardry or your incredible management, we may have a role with your name on it!
Equality, diversity and inclusion
We believe that a diverse workforce encourages innovation, creativity and positive challenge.
Our commitment to inclusion is about individual experience creating a positive environment in which everyone can influence, share knowledge and have their perspectives valued. We’re committed to equality and to being an inclusive organisation that celebrates the diversity of our staff and volunteers. We welcome applications from people from all walks of life and backgrounds.Gender Pay Gap (PDF)
Placements and experience
We offer a range of opportunities to make sure the healthcare heroes of tomorrow, have the chance to learn and thrive today.
*Please note that unfortunately we are unable to offer student placements of any type to anyone aged 15 and under.
Don’t take it from us
HR & People Inclusion Partner
“Hospices are often seen as places where there’s no hope, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Our working environment is really positive – everyone is so welcoming and friendly and kind.”
Enrichment and Conference Coordinator
“St Christopher’s is a place for life in all its forms, including death. My job is about celebrating people, supporting them, and finding out who they are. It’s not all sadness and loss, there’s joy and friendship and genuine connection.”
Associate Clinical Nurse Specialist
“You play many so parts on the wards – a nurse, a listener – and you don’t always have to say something or be someone to somebody, you just have to sit there and hold their hand and let them talk. That can be quite powerful.”