About us

Cornwall Hospice Care is a Cornish charity which provides end of life support for people with terminal illnesses.  Our vision is for all people living with terminal illness in Cornwall to be able to access the care and support they may need at the time and in the place that is right for them and their families

Our Clinical teams and volunteers support patients and their families, carers and friends at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell, St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle, through our community services and where appropriate, in people’s homes and local care homes.  We also provide outpatient lymphoedema support and our education team offer training to external organisations.

It costs us over £6 million each year to provide this specialist care.  Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from the NHS with the remainder being raised through the generous support of people in Cornwall, who leave us legacies, support our fundraising events, play our lottery, and visit our shops.

Our 26 retail stores make up the biggest charity retail chain in Cornwall, stretching from Bude in the north to Penzance in the far west.  They represent the business end of our charity, contributing £720,000 in the last financial year to the care we provide.

 

Your role

At Cornwall Hospice Care our retail stores are essential to us generating the income necessary to fund the invaluable care and support we provide in our Hospices and improving the lives of those with terminal illnesses.   We’re working hard to challenge the perception of the Charity Retail sector and are looking for a dynamic, proactive and results driven individual to join the team.

Working flexibly between our stores in Bude, Tintagel and Launceston, you will assist the Retail Managers in offering an efficient retail operation, deputise for them in their absence and provide inspiring leadership to the volunteer team.  A full driving licence is essential for this position.  Weekend and Bank Holiday working will be required.

 

Working for us

Our employees and volunteers are essential to the care we provide.  In return, for joining a team of people having such a positive impact on others, we provide:

  • A chance to make a real difference
  • Supportive working environment
  • Access to a wide range of training and development opportunities
  • Generous annual leave entitlement of 36 days including bank holidays, which increases with service.
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • Non-contributory medical cash plan, with the option to include your family members
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Enhanced sick pay scheme

 

Closing date:  Wednesday 26th January 2022

If you would like to arrange an informal chat with Fiona about her role, then please email us on hr@cornwallhospice.co.uk