Nurse and Health Care Jobs

Find out more about our highly rewarding careers as a nurse, health care assistant or administrator

What can we offer you

  • We are welcoming people with any level of experience to join us
  • We have full-time, part-time and casual opportunities
  • We have roles available both at the hospice and in the community
  • We have an in-house education team and provide a comprehensive induction, along with opportunities for continual professional development
  • We match NHS Agenda for Change terms on pay, annual leave entitlement and continuance of NHS pension scheme membership

Who we're looking for

We have roles in our Inpatient Unit (IPU), Community, Clinical Quality (CQI), Day Service & Therapy and Bank teams:

  • Registered Nurses (Inpatient, Day Service & Therapy, Hospice at Home teams)
  • Health Care Assistants
  • Senior Health Care Assistants
  • Administrators


great reasons to work for us:


Training: We offer great opportunities to develop your skills and progress within your career, as well as supportive mentoring and an in-depth induction.


Supportive teams: We all work across the Hospice with multi-disciplinary teams who provide services such as social work, physio and counselling.


Making a difference: Finish work every day knowing you are making a difference to the lives of our patients and their families.


Feel valued: Work with teams who are professional, friendly, full of compassion and kindness, and know you're a valued member of the team.


Amazing benefits: We offer NHS equivalent salaries, continuation in the NHS pension scheme for existing members and generous holiday entitlement.


Commitment to learning: From study days to tailor-made courses, you'll have the knowledge and skills you need so that you can care with confidence.


Time and resource: We provide a variety of clinical services caring for patients both onsite at Brentry and within the place a patient calls home.


Access to senior management: Our senior management are very accessible and supportive to all, a benefit of being a smaller organisation.


Wellbeing: Ensuring the wellbeing of staff at St Peter's Hospice is our top priority. We are a supportive and welcoming organisation to all.


Our care: We aim to give patients the best possible care, with an individual's needs at the heart of that support.

Find out first hand what motivates our people to work for one of Bristol's best loved charities...

Sinead's Story on Nurses Day

Sinead's Story on Nurses Day

12 May 2023

"I wouldn't have grown into the nurse I am today without the team here – they're amazing."

Sinead's Story on Nurses Day
All in a Day's Work on our Inpatient Unit

All in a Day's Work on our Inpatient Unit

15 Mar 2023

"We really make a difference to our patients' quality of life through symptom management and help them make the most of the time they've got left."

All in a Day's Work on our Inpatient Unit
Nurse Angie celebrates 35 years working at the Hospice

Nurse Angie celebrates 35 years working at the Hospice

05 Oct 2022

"It used to be the view that people only went to the Hospice to die but the majority of the work here is about symptom control and getting people well enough to enjoy a good quality of life."

Nurse Angie celebrates 35 years working at the Hospice

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Valuing diversity

We believe in equality of opportunity and understand the value of a diverse mix of talented people that is representative of our community. We welcome applications from all individuals regardless of their age, disability, religion or belief, sex, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy and maternity.

We have become members of ENEI (Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion) to help us on our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion journey. ENEI are a UK based, not-for-profit organisation that helps employers build and maintain diverse teams and inclusive cultures through membership, training, and consultancy services.

We are also proud to be a Disability Confident Committed employer, and give our candidates and employees five commitments:

  • inclusive and accessible recruitment
  • communicate and promote vacancies
  • offer an interview to disabled people
  • provide reasonable adjustments
  • support existing employees

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