Job Opportunities

We are delighted to launch a new service on the EAPC website where our member organisations can advertise job and career opportunities free of charge. Advertisements are limited to positions that are open to an international audience, e.g. consultant or academic posts.

Palliative Medicine Specialist – flexible start date , New Zealand

• This is a unique opportunity for an experienced Palliative Medicine Specialist to work within one of the largest and contemporary Hospice providers of specialist palliative care in New Zealand
• Flexible working hours (30-40 hrs./week), 6 weeks annual leave/year, professional development
opportunities and assistance, relocation package available for candidates out of Auckland
• Make a difference by helping us Make Hospice Happen

Ngā Kaupapa – Our Purpose…

Totara Hospice has just entered a new phase – we call it Generation 3. We have an integrated care management style that follows and supports the patient’s journey at all points, and which is underpinned by a Te Whare Tapa Whā approach (a holistic Māori health model) where the team collaborates in partnership with the patient and their families/whanau, applying clear care pathways or programmes to each episode of care. Our multidisciplinary staff work across all professions, and roles are exposed to the entire service continuum. The team is small (~120 staff) and close knit, working at the top of their scopes of practice across each role. A contemporary and agile organisation, we swiftly adapted to cope with the COVID-19 situation, ensuring uninterrupted inpatient and community services, and maintaining our commitment to never let anyone die alone. The pandemic has left us leaner and braver, without losing sight of our compassion and duty of care for others. Learn more about the post

Deadline for applications: March 31, 2022

Scientific Director, Institut de soins palliatifs et de fin de vie Michel-Sarrazin-Université Laval,Quebec, Canada.

Laval University (Quebec City, Canada) is seeking a Scientific Director for the Institut de soins palliatifs et de fin de vie Michel-Sarrazin-Université Laval. This palliative care & end of life Institute, created in February 2021 is the result of a partnership between Laval University and Maison Michel-Sarrazin, the first francophone palliative care hospice in Quebec, Canada. 

Please view the open call for expression of interest Scientific Director ISPFV MS-UL – English VF

Deadline for applications: September 1, 2021

Lecturer in Palliative Care, United Kingdom

The Division of Health Research, which is located in the Faculty of Health and Medicine, is seeking to appoint a Lecturer to join an innovative department with a high-quality research active environment offering a range of primarily postgraduate courses.

We are seeking to enhance our already strong national and international profile of excellence by making an academic appointment to complement our existing strength in palliative and end-of-life care and to further develop our research and teaching in this area. You must be able to demonstrate the potential to make a high-quality contribution to the future profile of research conducted by the International Observatory on End of Life Care and the Division more widely.

The position is available for immediate start and we are open to discussing job share opportunities/part-time working and flexible working arrangements including working week and days/hours worked, flexible start and finish times or condensed hours. View further post details 

Deadline for applications: August 1, 2021

Programme Manager (Policy and Practice), Ireland

AIIHPC is a collaborative of hospices, universities, health and social care organisations and charities on the island of Ireland. AIIHPC advances education, research, and policy and practice to improve the palliative care experience of people with life-limiting conditions and their families

The Programme Manager is a senior post within AIIHPC supporting the AIIHPC Director in the Institute’s key strategic role within the hospice and palliative care environment across the two jurisdictions (Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) in line with the Institute’s values, aims and objectives.

Please click on this link to view more detail on the role below including the detailed Job Description

Deadline for applications: July 26, 2021

Do you have a job opportunity that you wish to advertise with us?

EAPC members can advertise job and career opportunities free of charge using this link Job Opportunities – European Association for Palliative Care, EAPC (eapcnet.eu)