Flexible working
Pension contributions
Employee assistance programme

Nurse Adviser

Role Salary: £37,437.80 per year, prorata
Role Location: Home based
Role Hours: Various Hours
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This is a Part Time, Full Time vacancy that will close in {x} days at {xx:xx} BST.


We have four roles available:

21 Hours: £22,462.68 per year

21 Hours: £22,462.68 per year

14 Hours: £14,975.12 per year

Zero hours: Prorated full time salary, working variably depending on the service’s needs and during the helpline’s opening hours. 

Please state in your application which role you are applying for.


About the role 

You will provide expert nursing advice, support and information on Parkinson’s and related conditions to people contacting Parkinson’s UK national helpline. 

You’ll empower people affected by Parkinson’s, their families, friends and carers to live lives that are as fulfilling as possible whatever that means to them; and that they feel able to take an active role in their treatment and become their own advocate in health and life, wherever possible.


What you’ll do

  • Provide expert telephone nursing advice, support and information on Parkinson’s, signposting clients to appropriate internal and external resources as necessary.

  • Develop and update professional knowledge of all aspects of Parkinson’s and Parkinsonism to ensure that the information and advice provided is accurate and based on best available evidence.

  • Undertake national helpline work to ensure cover across the helpline’s working hours and in line with guidance and as part of a dedicated team.

  • Maintain your own knowledge of the work of the charity and other health and social care providers.

  • Abide by the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s code of conduct and maintain professional registration.


What you’ll bring

  • First level NMC registration - ideally hold a qualification in Neurology or Parkinson’s. 

  • Highly specialised knowledge of Parkinson’s. 

  • Recent experience of supporting a wide range of people with Parkinson’s from diagnosis to end of life within health and social care settings.

  • Ability to provide information on Parkinson’s medications without prescribing or recommending specific drugs.

  • Knowledge of the importance of raising safeguarding concerns.

  • Experience of providing telephone support, including use of active listening and questioning skills.


Please apply by sending us your CV, together with a detailed supporting statement which will fully demonstrate how you meet all the criteria of the role, as stated in the "What you'll bring" section of the job description.

Anyone can get Parkinson’s. It’s vital that the people who work for Parkinson’s UK are representative of our diverse community. We actively encourage people from all sections of the community to apply, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, or religion.

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