A Great Place to Work

Are you considering a new challenge?

Looking for a role that will allow you to progress in different areas and cultivate new skills?

Would you like to work for an organisation in which 100% of staff agreed they are proud to work for?

Current Vacancies

We are looking for exceptional people to join our vibrant organisation and make a difference for people, and their carers, at the end of their life.

    Macmillan Palliative and End of Life Care Transformation Lead for Cheshire & Merseyside

    Macmillan Cancer Support and the Cheshire & Merseyside Clinical Network, in collaboration with The End of Life Partnership (EOLP), are looking for a Palliative and End of Life Care (PEoLC) Transformation Lead to join our team. This new post brings an exciting opportunity to play a leading role in the strategic planning, delivery, and sustainability of palliative and end of life care across Cheshire & Merseyside.

    As the Macmillan Transformation Lead, the post holder, whilst employed by EOLP, will work alongside the Cheshire & Merseyside ICB’s PEoLC Programme team to improve outcomes for patients by improving access and sustainability to PEoLC services and reducing inequalities.

    Agenda for Change Band 8b (£58,972-£68,525)
    Fixed Term for 2 Years
    37.5 hrs per week


    More details and application via NHS job site: Job Advert (jobs.nhs.uk). The closing date for applications is Tuesday 28 May 2024.

    Dr Sinead Clarke, Associate Medical Director of NHS Cheshire & Merseyside & SRO Palliative & End of Life Care will be available to discuss the position informally with prospective candidates. You are also most welcome to arrange an informal telephone call. Please contact Dr Sinead Clarke by email sinead.clarke@cheshireandmerseyside.nhs.uk to arrange a mutually convenient time for a discussion.


    Bank Staff Wanted

    We are looking for experienced palliative and end of life clinicans to join our bank staff.

    No previous experience is necessary as full training and support will be provided. Find out more by downloading our flyer here.

    Benefits of working with us

    When you join EOLP you become part of an organisation committed to the wellbeing and development of everyone who works for us. We offer a supportive environment, opportunities for career development and personal growth.


    Holiday Entitlement

    Our people enjoy 28 days plus Bank Holidays. You can also purchase additional annual leave.

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    All staff will be automatically enrolled in a NHS or stakeholder pension scheme.

    Case Studies


    EOLP’s head office at Spring Farm in Crewe is set within a peaceful location in beautiful countryside.


    Occupational Sick Pay

    All staff can have peace of mind, that whilst they recover, they will receive occupational sick pay.

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    Our people can park for free at our office at Spring Farm.

    Case Studies

    Staff Development

    We are committed to the ongoing learning, personal and professional development and training of all our people.


    Wellbeing Events and Support

    Having a healthy workforce is important to us. We have a number initiatives including:

    • Mental Health First Aider
    • Wellbeing events for staff and volunteers
    • Counselling Support
    • Free eye test
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    Flexible working

    Our team have a range of different working patterns which help them achieve their work-life balance. We work from home, our office base at Crewe and other locations.

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    Contact us today

    Please call 01270 310260 or email info@eolp.org.uk


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