Palliative Care Nurses

Francis House Children's Hospice

  • Salary

    £28,434.00 - £40,646.00 (dependent on qualifications and experience)

  • Hours of work

    Full time and part time

Join the hospice team at Francis House Children’s Hospice and reignite your passion for nursing.

We are recruiting for Registered Nurses Paediatric, Adult & Learning Disability.

You will work in a family centred environment at our 14 bed hospice in Didsbury, caring for children and young adults with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions and their families from across Greater Manchester.

At Francis House we care for our staff and provide regular clinical supervision, annual appraisals, clear career development opportunities, a comprehensive induction scheme and ongoing in-house and external training.

You will join us on a full time and part time permanent basis.  You will receive a competitive salary of between £28,434.00 – £40,646.00 per annum (pro rata) dependent on experience, plus enhancements for weekends, nights and bank holidays (part time applicants should state 22.5 or 30 hours on the application form).

If your current role has left you feeling burnt out and demotivated, and you are passionate about holistic care, then this is the place for you!

Why work for Francis House?

  • Competitive incremental pay scheme
  • Opportunity to continue in the NHS Pension Scheme or join our excellent company scheme
  • NHS equivalent maternity package
  • Free Group Income Protection
  • Professional Indemnity insurance for all Registered Nurses paid for by the Trust
  • 35 days annual holiday entitlement
  • Serious illness insurance scheme
  • Meals are taken with the families (at no cost)

The opportunity to make a real difference!

Download an application form

If you want to learn more contact Karen Smail on 0161 434 4118 or email

"Working at Francis House is the best job in the world. The parents and young people that we come into contact are awe inspiring. We're here to give these young people who have a shorter life, and their families, the best life it can be while they're with us."

Cerysa Doherty, Clinical Lead - Francis House