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Butterwick Hospice Care is the largest independent Hospice serving the areas of the Tees Valley, County Durham, North Yorkshire, and Wearside.

They are a registered charity which exists to freely provide inpatient and day services to adults and children suffering from life-limiting illnesses. They also provide supportive services to patients’ families and loved ones. They rely on the donations and fundraising of people and businesses across the communities we serve to fund our services.

The Butterwick Hospice Care has a number of job opportunities within their organisation:

Corporate Information & Governance Lead

Salary: £15,733 per annum
Hours: 20 hours per week

Butterwick Hospice Care is looking to recruit a dynamic, motivated professional who is hands-on in their approach and has a keen eye for detail. This is a great opportunity for an experienced corporate information and governance professional to join a charitable organisation in the Stockton area.

You will manage all aspects of our corporate information and governance areas including data protection and security, information assurance, corporate governance and policy development and advice. You will work closely with line managers to understand their business objectives and challenges and provide comprehensive advice, plan and implement information and governance initiatives and interventions that drive key areas.

In this varied and engaging role, you will have the chance to apply your knowledge proactively and learn and develop new skills through taking ownership of the governance and management of our information. You will lead on conducting information audits across the organisation, provide tailored action plans for each issue, ensuring these are actioned, provide coaching and information around data and data protection enquiries. In addition you will also take a proactive approach to ensuring the organisation adheres to changing legislation and is at the forefront of compliance.

The right person for this role should enjoy working independently and as part of a team. You will be organised; managing and prioritising your workload. You will also be personable and helpful, advising on all issues relating to your area.

You will be a self -starter with a passion to deliver results, working with senior management to best align the needs of the function, build and then execute on those strategies.

Closing date: 8th September 2019


Health, Safety & Environmental Officer

Salary: £14,400 per annum
Hours: 20 hours per week

In this varied and engaging role, you will have the chance to apply your knowledge proactively and learn and develop new skills through taking ownership of the safety and wellbeing of patients, staff, visitors and external contractors. You will lead on conducting Health safety and environmental audits across the organisation, provide tailored H&S action plans for each site and service, ensuring these are actioned, providing coaching and information around Health and Safety enquiries. In addition you will also take a proactive approach to ensuring the organisation adheres to changing HSE legislation and is at the forefront of compliance.

The right person for this role should enjoy working independently and as part of a team. You will be organised; managing and prioritising your workload. You will also be personable and helpful, advising on risk assessments and completing investigations.
What are your responsibilities?
You will be:

  • Carrying out workplace inspections
  • Carrying out incident investigations and writing reports
  • Delivering health and safety training courses to staff
  • Promoting and highlighting health and safety in the workplace

To be suitable for this position you should hold a NEBOSH General Certificate in Health and Safety, or Level 3 equivalent, and be a member of a professional body IIRSM or IOSH, have a good understanding and knowledge around; Legionella, Moving & Handling, CDM, RRFSO and Loler. Preferably you will have experience of working in healthcare, however you should be willing to take on new challenges.

Closing date: 8th September 2019


Trust & Grants Fundraiser

Salary: £13.84 per hour
Hours: 15 hours per week

Butterwick Hospice Care is looking to recruit a dynamic, motivated professional self -starter with a passion to deliver. You will manage all aspects of our trust and grant applications including researching funding opportunities, designing proposals, cultivating funders, reporting on the success and identifying areas for development. In this varied and engaging role, you will have the chance to apply your knowledge proactively and work with service providers to develop projects that attract funding.

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Trust and Grants Fundraiser to join Butterwick Hospice Care. The right person for this role should enjoy working independently and as part of a team. You will be highly organised; managing and prioritising your workload.

Closing date: 12th September 2019