Join a team that reminds you why you became a nurse

  • Are you keen to focus on delivering the quality of care that attracted you to nursing in the first place?
  • Are you ready for a new challenge and the opportunity for great career progression?
Come and work in a team where:
  • You can make the biggest impact on those who need you most
  • You will be recognised for delivering outstanding care
  • You will be appreciated for making a difference
About us
Peace Hospice Care (PHC) has been supporting people with life-limiting illnesses, and their families, from across the community for 25 years.

Our nurses tell us that:
  • Working in our Inpatient Unit is exciting, challenging, fast paced and highly rewarding  
  • They are proud to be part of our committed and passionate team which holds to the highest standards and is always striving to improve
  • What they do makes a difference  
Our care is 'outstanding' - that's what the Care Quality Commission told us in July 2016.

We look after patients with life-limiting illnesses but we look after our staff too. We listen to them - we know that their ideas, commitment and career progression are fundamental to the care we deliver and to our team's success.

If you share our passion and drive and want to work in a small team that, each and every day, makes a big difference then contact us now. 

The Position
We are looking for Band 5 nurses for our Inpatient unit
Full time (37.5 hours pw) and part time positions available
Pro-rata for part time
Plus unsocial hours enhancements and benefits

The Location
Peace Hospice Care is based in Watford which is seeing considerable investment.
  • Easy access to national rail and tube services
  • Five minute walk to Watford High Street
  • £178 million is being invested to extend the Intu shopping centre into a 1.4 million sq ft retail and leisure destination
  • Good quality schools
  • Wealth of restaurants and coffee houses
Why you should apply:
  • Career development and advancement opportunities
  • Opportunity to work in a small, committed, team recognised for delivering 'outstanding' care
  • Dynamic working environment where you will be encouraged to be independent and use your own initiative
Next steps
For the job description, please click here.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Liz Kennedy (Inpatient Unit Matron) or Amie Lacey (Inpatient Unit Sister) on 01923 330 330.

Application packs can be downloaded here. Alternatively you can request an application pack by contacting Human Resources on 01923 335 374 or by emailing