We have an exciting opportunity to recruit two band 4 Macmillan Cancer Care Coordinator posts to work alongside our lung cancer specialist nursing teams providing non-clinical support. These exciting roles will work across County Durham and Darlington and will underpin the delivery of the personalised care agenda to people affected by cancer.
You will provide support across the team and will have a flexible and positive outlook.
You will require good interpersonal and communication skills and you will be highly motivated to learn new skills.
As a team we are passionate about keeping the patient at the centre of all we do and would welcome and support you to join us in the delivery of our team objectives.
For any queries regarding this post please contact: Heather Thexton 07385 397419
Main duties of the job
The role ensures our cancer patient’s needs are supported at every stage of their pathway – this will include assessing non-clinical needs, supporting the specialist nursing teams and facilitating the smooth running and administration of the cancer pathways.
We are one of the largest integrated care providers in England. Over 7,000 Staff serve a population of around 650,000 people in the North East,
We provide hospital services from two acute sites – Darlington Memorial Hospital and University Hospital of North Durham. We have a centre for planned care in Bishop Auckland and provide care from community hospitals in Chester-le-Street, Shotley Bridge, Barnard Castle, Sedgefield and Weardale as well as over 80 other community based settings and providing care in patients’ homes.
At County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust our aim is to always deliver excellent care with compassion to deliver the highest quality of care our patients deserve. We value the personal skills, experiences and qualities that individuals bring to the Trust; creating an inclusive working environment to attract talented people who feel motivated, involved and able to influence the future direction of our services. The wellbeing of staff is important to us; we have a dedicated Health and Wellbeing team who provide support on a range of topics.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as BAME and disabled people are currently under-represented
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