CURRENT VACANCIES

Paul Sartori is a registered charity providing care and support directly into the homes of Pembrokeshire people living in the later stages of any life-limiting illness, providing specialised care and support services for patients, families and carers; currently employing over 50 members of staff and over 380 volunteers over a range of different roles from clinical to fundraising and retail staff to counselling.  Working and volunteering for the Paul Sartori Foundation is rewarding and meaningful and is a chance to make a difference to the Pembrokeshire community.

Further details for the following vacancies are listed below:

Paid Positions

As Needed Registered Nurse

An exciting opportunity has arisen for As Needed Registered Nurses to join the Paul Sartori Foundation.

You will be required to provide hands on nursing care to support patients at end of life who live in Pembrokeshire and their families, mainly night duty.

The ability to drive a car is essential, you will be based in the community and work alone in patient’s homes.

Palliative care experience would be an advantage.

Please e-mail: sandy@paulsartori.org or phone 01437 763223 for a job description and application form.

Salary: £24,375 per annum pro rata plus enhancements (pay under review)

Closing date for application is Tuesday 24th March 2020. Interview will be held on Monday 30th March 2020

Volunteering Opportunities

We are recruiting retail volunteers in the following areas :

We are also recruiting Volunteer Events/Fundraising Assistants to help support key events, for instance manning a stand, selling raffle tickets, serving tea and coffee.

Additionally, we are looking for Volunteer Complementary Therapists and Volunteer Bereavement Support Counsellors to assist with services – must have relevant qualifications and experience (end of life preferable).

A minimum of 3 hours per week is requested.  Travel expenses will be reimbursed.  If you are interested in any of the vacancies, please contact Lisa Wells, lisa@paulsartori.org or phone 01437 763223.