Band 7 Practice Educator

Posted: December 18, 2020


Part time



Closing date

January 13, 2021

Interview date

January 21, 2021
Band 7 Practice Educator

Band 7 Practice Educator (2 year fixed term contract, part-time)

Hours: 22.5 hours

Salary £27,468 – £30,835 per annum (inclusive of Higher Cost Allowance)

North London Hospice is a registered charity which has been providing high-quality individualised care for patients and their families since 1984.  We help those with a potentially life-limiting illness who have specialist needs.

We are seeking a motivated and experienced nurse or allied health professional to join our pro-active Learning and Development team. Candidates will be passionate about providing quality palliative and end of life care and the importance of education and training in achieving this. Working in partnership, you will plan, deliver and evaluate training programmes both internally within the Hospice and externally across local health and social care organisations, care homes and community teams. With enthusiasm for and experience of teaching and learning in healthcare, you will have effective IT and presentation skills.

Based at our Finchley site, but working across our geographical area of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey and occasionally beyond. Car driver and owner essential; as is flexibility with regards to working hours as some education sessions may be in the evening.

Our benefits include:

  • Current NHS Pension Scheme membership is transferrable
    • Inner London supplement
    • NHS-aligned annual leave
    • Ongoing professional development, and support with revalidation
    • Fully-funded health cash plan
    • Workplace perks
    • Discounted cinema scheme, etc.

If you would like to discuss the post further please contact Kate Phillips or Jen Spears on 020 8343 6832 or via

For further details on this vacancy, please click here

Closing Date: Wednesday 13th January 2021

Interview Date: Thursday 21st January 2021

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