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Providing health & wellbeing services in your community

Providing health & wellbeing services in your community

Current Vacancies

1. Renal Dialysis Unit-Manager

Wells Community Hospital Trust – North Norfolk

37.5 hours per week

£38,000 to £45,000 per annum depending on experience

Norfolk Dialysis at the Mermaid Centre is an away from base haemodialysis unit which opened July 2011 at Wells Community Hospital Trust in North Norfolk.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced senior nurse who is looking to make the next move in their career leading an exceptional team and further developing the service. This nurse led centre provides haemodialysis to holidaymakers and visitors to the North Norfolk area. As a small unit, currently 4 stations, this position would suit someone looking for an operational and managerial opportunity whilst maintaining a very much hands on clinical role.

You will be an experienced registered nurse with NMC registration, with at least 5 years’ experience in haemodialysis and have undertaken post registration specialist renal and mentorship courses and hold ENB 136 or equivalent qualification. The successful candidate will be required to be the Registered Manager for this service with CQC, as well as participating in budget planning, monitoring supplies and maintaining Quality Management Systems. You will play an important role in ensuring the clinic is compliant with standards and performing effectively.

For an application pack please contact Wells Community Hospital Trust on 01328 711996 or email . For an informal discussion please contact Philipa Johnston (Renal Manager) or Samantha Taylor (General Manager) on 01328 711996

Closing Date: 26th  January 2018

First round interviews to take place week commencing: 5th Feb 2018

Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

Registered Charity in England & Wales No 1154540

No agencies please.



Wells Community Hospital Trust – North Norfolk

Voluntary Role

This is an exiting time to get involved in Wells Community Hospital Trust.We are at a pivotal point in our history and to help us in the next chapter of our journey, we are looking to recuit some new trustees to our board.

The current trustee board is strong and vibrant; committed to making a positive difference in our local community. Now we are looking to expand its skills base so that we are well prepared for the future. We would particularly like to hear from people who have experience, skills and expertise in the following areas:

•             Wells-next-the-Sea, or surrounding area, resident

•             Wide local contact base

•             Understanding of Charity Law & Regulations

•             Understanding of Health & Social Care community needs

•             Understanding of financial management in a business and charity context

•             Experience of income generation

•             Willingness to engage in fundraising events and activities

•             Broad experience of Governance

•             Ability to commit to attending up to 5 Board meetings & one AGM per year

•             Willing to represent the organisation to other bodies and attend events of behalf of the board as required

•             Sound business understanding & experience of strategic planning

•             Experience of marketing & public relations

•             Energy & drive

If you believe that you have the experience and skills to help us on our journey, then we look forward to hearing from you.

Board meetings are held up to 5 times a year with other time commitments including attending various fundraising and networking events throughout the year.

Wells Community Hospital Trust is a local charity that provides a wide range of flexible and integrated health & wellbeing services for the community we serve.

We support people locally to keep independent longer by the provision of high quality preventative clinical services and non-clinical therapeutic support within a safe environment. We are an important community resource which addresses a wide range of social, emotional and practical needs holistically thus enabling people to take greater control of their own health.

For more information or an application pack, please get in touch with Samantha Taylor, General Manager, on 01328 711996 or