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Join our amazing team

St Helena provides a friendly, supportive and positive working environment across all our sites and diverse teams. We are an ambitious organisation determined to make a difference to local people across north east Essex who face incurable illness and bereavement. That means working with us is a demanding but hugely fulfilling experience.

In addition to a lovely work environment we currently offer the following discretionary benefits:

  • Competitive salary, holiday allowance, pension and other benefits
  • We invest in you, providing a wide range of training and development opportunities
  • A positive work culture
  • Free parking
  • Health and wellbeing initiatives

We’re also a disability confident employer!

Thank you from all of us at St Helena for your interest in working with us!

Disability Confident Employer

All of our staff and volunteers, whatever their role, share a common goal: to be here every step of the way for everyone who needs us.

 

Hear from our volunteers and staff

Individualised care is a really special part of doing the type of nursing that we do

“The nurses are all so happy and cheerful,” said Evelyn Longden while she was staying at St Helena Hospice in February to help manage the symptoms of heart failure, before returning to her own home.

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A life in the day of a SinglePoint nurse

"Sometimes when you’ve knocked on the door and they’ve opened it, relief washes over them because they know that someone is finally there to help them take the burden off."

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We do our bit and make the garden look tidy for another week

One of only two of the original gardeners left, Cally continues to join the team of volunteers in amongst the shrubbery every week and here she shares her memories.

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It really brought home to me just how much the staff care for patients

Lotte Sherman started volunteering in 1985 when St Helena Hospice opened, first as a trained kitchen helper, then as ward helper doing whatever was needed.

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Be kind to everyone

Sharon always has a smile for her patients even throughout the reality of a pandemic and despite coping with her own real lived experience of uncertainty.

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My first shift as ward helper was the week after we'd opened

Pat Nicholls has volunteered as a ward helper at The Hospice for 35 years. She also now volunteers at the St Helena book shop in Frinton, although having a break at the moment due to the challenges of COVID.

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To soothe one's soul is a privilege

Sharon is a volunteer complementary therapist. She shares how she feels one year on from the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.  

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You can't give families a hug

Before Covid hit in March, Nicky Cooper had worked in SinglePoint for five years. She had just started a nine-month developmental post to become a SinglePoint clinical nurse specialist (CNS) while she finished her prescribing module at the University of Essex

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