UK Registered Nurses-Pediatric (Band 5 Equivalent)

Our Client

They are a recognized Children’s Hospice Group that provides children and young people (up to the age of 19 years old and their families) end-of-life holistic nursing care, respite, and support with the compassion and empathy necessary in this challenging environment.

Role Responsibilities

  • To provide end-of-life care, and pre and post-bereavement support, including Bereavement Suite duties in line with the organization’s competency framework
  • Where required, to provide assessments and care in the home and community settings
  • Support Children’s Palliative Care Assistants, in liaison with the Education Department, with Proficiencies
  • Assist with mentoring of Children’s Palliative Care Assistants, new Nurses, and students where required
  • You will be expected to work towards the role of Shift Co-ordinator which undertakes the line management of a shift, acting as the central point of contact in the event of a clinical or nonclinical emergency situation, delegates tasks and duties throughout the day, allocate children to team members appropriately, undertakes an efficient hand over to the incoming shift co-ordinator and team and refers any matters for the attention of the care management team, as considered necessary
  • To adopt a positive and pro-active approach to personal and professional development, performance appraisal, and learning opportunities and to regularly participate in reflective practice
  • Identify skills, knowledge and/or service improvements and seek support and mentorship to facilitate personal development alongside the organization’s identified business needs



  • Registered Nurse on subpart 1 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council Registers [Children’s Nurse, Adult Nurse or Learning Disability Nurse]
  • Educated to Level 6 of the National Qualifications Framework, or willing to undertake
  • Able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of clinical skills in pediatric nursing
  • Able to demonstrate awareness of safeguarding children and young people
  • Experience of working with children with disabilities and complex health needs
  • Hold a mentorship qualification or be prepared to work towards
  • Excellent IT skills • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Willingness to travel



Salary range (subject to individual background and experience assessment following interview)

Sittingbourne, Kent

Band 5 – £26,942 – £33,116

South East London

Band 5 – £31,035 – £38,084


Benefits (include but not limited to the following)

  1. a) Relocation allowance of up to £3,000
  2. b) Accommodation up to 3 months


Please email your CV only if you meet the above requirements to

Job Location: United Kingdom

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