Phyllis Tuckwell is a Centre of Excellence in Specialist Palliative Care and our staff reflect our commitment to developing the provision of services for supportive and end of life care in our catchment area.
We employ around 250 staff covering a wide range of roles from direct patient care, to support services such as fundraising and administration. We recognise that our employed staff are our greatest asset, supported by a team of dedicated volunteers. We advertise all vacancies across our areas of work, including Administration (Finance; HR; Estates; IT; Fundraising; Marketing & Communications), Clinical (Nursing: inpatient; community; Hospice Care at Home; Therapies – Occupational, Physio and Complementary; Patient, Carer and Family Support; Specialty Doctors; Palliative Care Consultants) and other roles such as Housekeeping.
Continuous Development at Phyllis Tuckwell
At Phyllis Tuckwell, we believe that everyone plays an important part in the organisation, to help deliver our mission for our patients, carers and their families.
We strive to create a culture of continuous learning for our staff, so that they have the skills and knowledge to be the best they can be.
Our clinical training programmes are recognised by Surrey University for their quality of Learning and Education. Our internal leadership and development programme has been independently verified and accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management.
We are committed to developing our people, so that, through them, we can continue to provide exceptional care for our patients and their families through our clinical teams, and great service to our supporters and customers in our shops.
As an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to equal opportunities in all of our activities. It is intended that no job applicant or employee shall receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, marriage or civil partnership, or pregnancy and maternity.