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Why work for us?

We are One Ashgate. That means we work together to look after each other’s wellbeing.

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What our people say about us

96%
of our workforce would recommend Ashgate Hospice as a place to receive care.
90%
would recommend Ashgate Hospice as a place to work or volunteer.
76%
feel their mental health and wellbeing is looked after at Ashgate Hospice.
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Our values

We are compassionate. We work as a team. We are respectful, open and inclusive. We share these common values that are at the heart of everything we do.

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Benefits of working for us

As well as making a real difference to the lives of others, you will also be able to take advantage of the following benefits.

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Wellbeing emphasis

We care about your wellbeing. We have a dedicated workforce wellbeing advisor and have a host of wellbeing initiatives in place to support you.

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Generous annual leave

You’ll receive a generous, highly competitive annual leave package, in addition to statutory bank holidays.

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Flexible and family-friendly

We all have commitments outside of work, and we will support you to achieve a great work life balance.

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Learning and development

We value your career and progression. We support a wide range of professional development, including accredited external courses.

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Taking care of our staff and volunteers

Good physical and mental health can look different to different people, here at Ashgate Hospice we want to make sure our people have the support they need so they can figure out what it means to them. 

 

We spoke to our Staff and Volunteer Wellbeing Advisor, Ruth Bailey, about her role and how we’re helping our people to feel empowered to lead healthier and happier lives. 

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Julie’s story

Julie Broomhead is a social worker at Ashgate Hospice and has been supporting patients on the Inpatient Unit and at home for 17 years. She has shared what it’s like working for the hospice.

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