Join our Team
At LauraLynn the needs of the child and family, and the adults in our Disability Residential Service are at the heart of everything we do, therefore we seek to attract the best people to our service by offering a range of employment opportunities.
At LauraLynn we are committed to providing an engaging and rewarding experience for all, one that reflects the passion we bring to reaching our collective vision – To Make Every Day Better For Those in Our Care.
To help with realising this vision we at LauraLynn foster a diverse and inclusive culture where our employees are encouraged to learn and grow, while making a meaningful difference to the lives of those we care for. Inspired by our mission – To Provide a Community of Care - we strive to live by our values in everything we do. We live these values – compassion, collaboration and excellence each and every day.
So if you feel you could make a difference why not join our team. We hire a range of talented and driven individuals with diverse skill sets and backgrounds. Whilst many of our staff work directly with children with life-limiting conditions and their families in our Hospice Services, children with intellectual disabilities and complex care needs, and adults with intellectual disabilities in our Disability Services. We also employ staff who work across a range of areas including fundraising, volunteering, administration and management.
A Day in the Life: A LauraLynn Care Nurse
When you’re a LauraLynn children’s palliative care nurse, each day is different. For our team of specialist nurses, who provide special hospice care in the family home, each new day brings a different journey, different work environment and a different care plan to deliver.
Being a part of the LauraLynn team includes a range of benefits:
- Strong sense of purpose and meaning
- Flexible working options
- Learning & development opportunities
- Pension Scheme
- Comprehensive induction programme
- Extensive in-house person-centred training programme for nursing, clinical and care staff
- Generous annual leave
- Active wellbeing supports including an in-house occupational health service and a free 24/7/365 employee assistance programme (EAP) for staff and their immediate family members
- Subsidised canteen
- Free car parking
- VHI group scheme
- Membership to HSSU Credit Union
- Bike to work scheme