Band 3/4 

Our mission at Haven House is to provide the highest quality palliative and holistic care services to babies, children and young people and their families in our local communities.  

Haven House is extremely proud to have been voted 27th in the Sunday Times Best Not for Profit Organisations 2018.  We believe this is testament to our committed team who offer the highest possible level of care which makes a difference to the families and children during the most difficult of times. 

We are currently looking for healthcare support workers to join our professional multi-disciplinary team of expert practitioners. 

As a Haven house HCSW you will have the opportunity to spend quality time with each child or young person enabling you to provide holistic personalised care in partnership with families.  You will join a friendly focused team and will be supported by the Education Facilitator to undertake a competency programme during your first six months in post. 

In return we will offer you a supportive environment to develop your knowledge and skills in paediatric palliative care which will be delivered through a personal development plan with our Practice Facilitator. 

If you believe you have what it takes to make a difference to the families and children we care for, get in touch today.  Alternatively, if you wish to discuss the role in further detail or arrange an informal visit call Debbie Dawes, Clinical Nurse Manager 020 8506 5524

For more information about the role, download a copy of the job description

37.5 Hours per week - worked as 11.5 hour day to night shift rota

Agenda for Change - Band dependent on skills and experience


As a band 3/4 you will be entitled to the following range of benefits;

  • retention of your NHS pension (subject to criteria)
  • Agenda for Change long holiday service entitlement
  • unsocial hours payments
  • free on site parking
  • childcare vouchers
  • employee assistance programme
  • eye care voucher scheme
  • cycle to work scheme

To apply

Please download the application form and return to the Resourcing Team or telephone 020 8506 5516.

Watch our film to find out more about how we provide care to the children we support.