Work for us Why work for us Royal Trinity Hospice is a charity at the cutting edge of end of life care. The hospice is proud of its reputation for high quality care which is due to the commitment and dedication of the entire team. At Trinity there is opportunity to be part of an ambitious, supportive and diverse network with access to a range of benefits. To find out more about the benefits and working environment please see below, and to learn more about the team see their blog posts here: Dallas Pounds – Royal Trinity CEO: Why I Became a Nurse 10 Ways Being a Nurse Has Changed Over the Past 10 Years 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Trinity’s Trustees Benefits Flexible Working: At Trinity there is a belief that people give their best when their job fits in with lifestyle and family commitments, so the hospice embraces flexible working patterns. Annual Leave: Trinity offers a generous 25 days annual leave (increasing to 27 after 2 years). Clinical staff on AfC terms start on 27 days increasing to 29 days after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years, plus bank holidays. Pension: A pension scheme is offered with employer contributions of up to 7.5% or continuation of existing NHS pension for clinical roles. Additional Staff Benefits: Trinity offers a range of employee benefits including interest free travel loans, parking permits, cycle to work scheme, free eye tests and subsidised gym membership. Clinical Roles NHS Terms: Royal Trinity Hospice is not the NHS but some NHS terms and conditions apply to clinical roles, such as the continuation of existing NHS pension and agenda for change equivalent pay scales. Quality Care: Trinity is renowned for its patient-centred care and has an optimal nurse to patient ratio of 1:3. This allows focus on practicing high quality nursing standards, giving clinicians the time and space to deliver the patient care that inspired them to join the profession. Training and Development: The hospice has a dedicated Clinical Educator to support ongoing clinical professional development, including revalidation with the NMC. Return to Practice Nurses: Trinity welcomes return to practice nurses and not all roles require previous palliative care experience. Resources to enhance skill sets and teach specialist requirements for the job are available – all that is asked for is a passion for delivering patient-centred care. Within Trinity’s nursing team there are excellent career progression opportunities, with many current senior nurses being “home grown”. Equality and Diversity Trinity is proud to have been awarded the Investors in Diversity Standard stage 1. The hospice prides itself on being an inclusive organisation that encourages and supports equality and diversity in all its forms. All staff, volunteers, patients, families, visitors and guests are valued and celebrated. Everyone at Trinity is treated fairly with dignity and respect irrespective of age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, civil partnership status, disability, nationality, race, religion or belief.