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If you would like to apply for a job please download an application and send it to us using the address below. You may also call our Human Resources Department on 443604 if you would like further information.

We are currently seeking applications for the following posts:




  • Health Care Assistants - Child & Family Services
  • Care Assistant - Home Care Services
  • Paediatric Palliative Care Worker
  • Finance and Procurement Assistant

We are seeking applicants for Health Care Assistants who possess the following Key Skills, Knowledge and Education:


Possession of NVQ 2 in Care / NNEB or equivalent essential

Experience in Health Care / Child Care setting

Excellent Communication and Team Working Skills

Car Driver/Owner desirable or alternative transport


We are looking for a group of very committed and flexible Health Care Assistants to join our Community Children’s Nursing Team to work predominately on night duty. Some day work is also required.  Contracts will initially be variable (zero) hour whilst training is undertaken and working towards a permanent contract upon satisfactory completion of training.


For this post you must be committed to undertake essential specialist training required for the job role.


For an informal discussion please contact Michelle Cumming, Operational Lead for Child & Family Services Tel: (01534) 443625


For an application pack please contact Amanda De Freitas HR Assistant Tel: (01534) 443626 or email


Posts require five years residency


Download a Job Description


Working for a not for profit organisation can make a big difference to your role. We are a value based organisation that puts people at the heart of all we do. Due to continued business growth, we have a number of Care Assistant positions available.


Hours of Work: Various


Salary: £12.00 - £14.00 per hour


Key Skills:

  • Possession of NVQ / QCF Level 2 in Care is desirable, however training is available for the right candidates
  • Experience in Health Care settings is desirable
  • Excellent communication and team work skills
  • Basic keyboard skills desirable 
  • Car Driver/Owner Essential


 Do you share the same values as us?

  • Making a positive difference
  • Supporting rights, needs, choices and dreams
  • Valuing and celebrating diversity and individuality
  • Being responsible and innovative in your work


 If you share the same values and care WE WANT YOU!

We offer competitive terms and conditions including:

  • Paid holidays
  • Pension
  • Paid sick leave
  • Maternity leave
  • Laundry allowance
  • Paid training days
  • Travel payment
  • Variable and zero hour contracts across daytime and evening

Opportunities to develop your professional skills and support personal development through the appraisal process and in house training in our own training department.

Five year residency is not required. 


For an application pack please contact Amanda De Freitas HR Assistant Tel: (01534) 443626 or email For an informal discussion please contact Isabel Freitas, Home Care Manager (01534) 443651



We are seeking a Paediatric Palliative Care Worker to support the Palliative Care Nurse Specialist in the provision of care and support in the community for children and/or young people and their families on the Children’s Palliative Care Pathway.


With an increasing number of children suffering from life-threatening and life-limiting conditions requiring home based care, it has been identified that there is a need to deliver complex nursing care to children on the Children’s Palliative Care Pathway, and to meet the holistic care needs of the whole family.



  • Participate in ‘Team Around the Child’ plans for individual families and children. Report accordingly to the Palliative Care Nurse Specialist.
  • Undertake a planned programme of support to meet the child and/or young person’s palliative care needs, enabling parents periods of respite to respond to the needs of other family members, especially siblings and to facilitate access to community settings for the dependent child.
  • Accompany parents to hospital appointments and meetings when asked to by the Palliative Care Nurse Specialist, liaising with other professionals and the multi-disciplinary team as required.
  • Assist community paediatric colleagues in running support groups, play therapy sessions, teaching and assist in clinic settings, when requested by the Palliative Care Nurse Specialist and where a palliative care need is identified.
  • Use sensory equipment made available to enable children with complex needs to have the opportunity to experience new activities and methods of play, which will enhance their developmental potential.
  • Maintain accurate and contemporaneous records of work undertaken, both in the Parent Held Child Record and FNHC Child Health Record.
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times, in line with FNHC policy and procedure.
  • Be familiar with FNHC Safeguarding policy. The post holder will take responsibility for the safeguarding and welfare of all children, adults and/or families within their care and conduct and must be familiar with the signs and symptoms of abuse and know what to do if any such concerns are raised or are identified.  He/she shall be aware of and comply with Family Nursing & Home Care safeguarding policies and procedures.
  • Attend client related case conferences and ‘Team around the Child’ (TAC) meetings as required, supported by an appropriate member of staff.
  • Participate in health promotion/educational activities.
  • Adhere to FNHC policies and procedures.
  • Have a flexible approach in the working environment in order to meet the needs of the service.
  • Perform such other duties as may be required from time to time.
  • The post holder will work collaboratively as a member of the multi-disciplinary team demonstrating/developing well established networks and will contribute to the achievement of team goals.




The post holder needs to demonstrate excellent communication skills with the ability to form good working relationships with colleagues/parents/children and other health professionals.

  • Hold an N.V.Q. 3 certificate in child care or an N.N.E.B. diploma or equivalent.
  • Have a confident, mature, and proactive attitude to work.
  • A geographical knowledge of the island and its health and social services would be desirable. Driving license essential.

For an application pack please contact Amanda De Freitas HR Assistant Tel: (01534) 443626 or email


We are seeking a full time Finance and Procurement Assistant to work within our Finance Department.


Overall Job Purpose:

  • To provide support in an efficient and knowledgeable way of the organisation’s accounting systems and to generally support and ensure the smooth-running of the Finance Department.
  • To deal with client enquiries in respect of customer accounts and membership.
  • To assist with the procurement and receipting/entering of goods for office and stock holding including medical products.
  • To deal with supplier orders, payments and enquiries.
  • To provide support as required and requested to the Fundraising and Communications team during busy periods.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Finance and Stores team ensuring that daily routines and procedures are adhered to.
  • Assist in the co-ordination of the accounting and membership systems and provide general administrative support to both the Finance and Fundraising and Communications team as and when appropriate.
  • Ensure that the accuracy of the membership and fundraising database (Donorflex) and any other supporter records is maintained and provide statistical information as required.
  • Undertake regular invoicing of goods, services, products and Membership subscriptions.
  • Ensure all receipts are entered accurately within the accounting system including customer invoice payments, membership and regular giver monies, donations, income from fundraising and other activities and acknowledge these receipts as appropriate and as required.
  • Ensure overall banking is prepared from all departments and paying-in instructions completed as required and physically take monies to the bank for paying-in.
  • Ensure all supplier purchase invoices are checked to statements and entered accurately within the accounting system for payment as required.
  • Assist in the preparation of debtors’ lists for review by the Finance Manager and Finance Director.
  • Liaise with all departments and external organisations in order to provide an efficient finance, membership and fundraising function.
  • Prepare sundry cheques for signature as necessary and assist with bank reconciliations and any other reconciliation required.
  • Prepare and assist with physical stock counts on a regular basis as required by the Finance Manager.
  • To work in line with the organisation’s overall policies and procedures and act as a representative of FNHC in all of your duties.
  • To maintain confidentiality in line with organisational policy in relation to service users, staff, other connected third parties and business sensitive information.
  • On the request of the Finance Manager provide general assistance with any other finance, membership or fundraising related duties which may be required and which are appropriate to the post.

Knowledge and experience required:

  • A good standard of education with numeracy skills.
  • Minimum of 2 years finance experience including bank reconciliation is desirable.
  • Book-keeping experience desirable.
  • Excel spreadsheet experience essential.
  • Database (Access) / Word processing experience desirable.
  • Have good verbal and written communication skills with an ability to deal with a wide range of both internal and external customers and third parties.
  • The ability to work on your own and with the minimum of supervision.
  • Must be able to work to and achieve deadlines.
  • Must be a team player.
  • Be willing to undertake and participate in relevant training as required.

For an application pack please contact Amanda De Freitas HR Assistant Tel: (01534) 443626 or email



Contact us

Family Nursing & Home Care

Le Bas Centre

St Saviour’s Road

St Helier


01534 443600