Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Advanced Nurse Practitioner


£51,276 to £59,163 per annum. Our posts do not attract the NHS High Cost Area or Fringe Allowances


37.5 per week, full time

Minimum age:

Main hospice site in Havering-atte-Bower

Contract type:


Application deadline:

Rolling Advert, please apply as soon as possible, applications shortlisted upon receipt

Interview Date:  to be confirmed

                        Job Ref: B0483-71


An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a dynamic, enthusiastic, self-motivated, highly experienced nurse with excellent clinical palliative care practice and knowledge, to join our well-established specialist community and inpatient nursing and medical services as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. 

This post will provide varied senior experience in a multidisciplinary working environment both within the Specialist community services and the 18 -bed Inpatient unit.


Across the Hospice our services work within the boundaries of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Brentwood, West Essex and Redbridge and provides Inpatient care, Hospice at Home, Therapies and Wellbeing, Community Clinical Specialist services including out of hours advisory telephone support.  Working collaboratively with other internal and external healthcare professionals is an essential part of the specialist services. 

We are looking for a candidate who has advanced communication, clinical assessment / prioritisation skills, and understands the complex needs of those receiving specialist palliative care /end of life care as well as   competency in evidence-based practice and the ability share a sound knowledge of current initiatives and developments in palliative care.  

4 key elements for the role   

  • An expert practice function    
  • Education, training and development function   
  • Professional leadership and consultancy functions. 
  • Practice, service development, research and evaluation.  

Extensive Community experience with lone working involved would be additionally valuable to this new post and successful non-medical prescribing qualification ideal for further development of community services offer into the community.  

Relevant experience of working at a senior level, managing a complex clinical caseload with appropriate supporting qualifications as well as any evidence of appropriate leadership learning.  

In return we offer a variety of staff support options, professional development opportunities, free parking on site, excellent team working and a supportive working environment. Superannuation can be continued.  

Please note that a DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) enhanced check will be undertaken as part of our pre-employment screening for the successful candidate. 

If you would like more information about this new exciting opportunity further, please contact  Tes Smith Director of Services/Lesley Burrows Head of Community & Commissioning Lead via email:


If you would like to apply please complete your application online via NHS Jobs The job reference number is B0483-071.