Our Hospice team continue to support people to live well, their way to the end of their life. Whether a healthcare professional or working behind the scenes, our hardworking, dedicated staff all help us to deliver our vital service.
Both challenging and rewarding, working at our Hospice provides you with the opportunity to influence palliative and end of life care as we continually invest to improve the physical environment for patients and those who matter to them. Become a part of our multi professional team, driving innovation and ensuring our workforce meets the challenges of the future.
For any of our job vacancies we look to recruit individuals to share our organisational goals and values and assist in the future development of our services.
Have you got what it takes to make a difference and join our team, today or in the future? Keep an eye out here for vacancies.
Hospice IOM is looking for a Registered Nurse to join our caring, professional and aspirational palliative care team.
The Registered Nurse will work across the in-patient and community settings, following our patients’ needs. You will be part of a dedicated multi-professional team of staff who work hard to deliver the best possible care to our patients and their families.
Hospice IOM is looking for Health Care Assistants (HCAs) to join our compassionate and aspirational team of palliative care nurses.
Our HCAs work across Hospice in-patient and community settings, following our patients’ needs. They are part of a dedicated multi-professional team of staff who work hard to deliver the best possible care to our patients and their families.
Your volunteering role would be to support the safe delivery of the FAB and/or FAB Follow on sessions; to encourage members to participate and join in the group, helping improve their general sense of wellbeing and reducing feelings of fatigue and breathlessness.
We are looking for Volunteer Drivers to drive patients from their home to our Day Unit or clinics and back again. You would provide support for our patients from leaving home, getting in and out of the car and attending their sessions in Hospice to support their wellbeing and quality of life.
We are looking for a volunteer to lead our Singing for Wellbeing Group weekly for approximately 2 hours.