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Admiral Nurse, Core Clinical Services

Department: Core Clinical Services
Location: Remote – Home
Hours of Work: 37.5 hours per week
Contract: Permanent, full-time
Salary: £43,700 – £45,000 per annum
Closing date: Monday 19th February 2024 at 10.00am

Annual Leave: 33 days (plus eight bank holidays) 


  • Enhanced maternity, paternity, adoption, and shared parental pay 
  • Family friendly policies 
  • 8% employer pension contribution (Aviva) or opportunity to continue NHS Pension 
  • Free health cashback plan (Medicash) employee cover plus up to four dependent children 
  • 24/7 virtual GP access (UK registered), plus access to Best Doctors 
  • Free confidential employee assistance programme (Health Assured) 
  • Access to wellbeing app (healthy living tips and Bright TV ) 
  • Flexible working options; including hybrid working, flexible working patterns such as part-time, compressed hours and more* 
  • Learning and development committed (bespoke training, LinkedIn Learning etc.) 
  • Employee health and wellbeing committed (menopause friendly, disability confident employer etc.) 


Every three minutes someone in the UK develops dementia; a progressive and complex condition that can be devastating for the whole family. One in two of us will be affected by dementia in our lifetime – either by caring for someone with the condition, developing it ourselves, or both.

Dementia UK is the specialist dementia nursing charity that is there for the whole family. Our specialist nurses, known as Admiral Nurses, provide free, expert advice, support and understanding to help families care for their loved one. Every day, Admiral Nurses help families up and down the country to have the best life possible for as long as possible. 

About the role 

Join our Core Clinical Services team as an Admiral Nurse and bring your specialist dementia nursing expertise to support family carers, people affected by dementia, and professionals who require specialist advice. You’ll be a key member of our team, providing biopsychosocial support through our National Dementia Helpline and Virtual Clinic appointments.
In addition to your core responsibilities, you’ll have the opportunity to lead and support other clinical projects across the charity, benefit from monthly clinical supervision, and participate in a range of learning opportunities to support your ongoing professional development.
As an Admiral Nurse, you’ll be responsible for providing nursing support and expertise, offering practical guidance to colleagues, the general public, those with dementia, and others in supporting family and relationship-centered approaches to dementia care. You’ll also lead, and coordinate shifts as required, assist with the development, evaluation, audit of the service, providing clinical supervision to others.
To be successful in this position, you’ll need to be an active Registered Nurse on the NMC register with a post-registration qualification or training in dementia care or a relevant subject. You will have significant experience of practicing as an Admiral Nurse or dementia specialist nurse and have previously worked with people who have dementia and their family, carer and supporters in different settings.
Strong communication skills are essential, as is a proven track record of providing high standards of clinical leadership and specialist nursing support. You should be adept at providing clinical advice, clinical supervision, and advocating for family carers.

Our culture 

In addition to a competitive salary and a generous benefits package, we truly value our people. It’s important for us to create a working environment that looks after our workforce to achieve their full potential. You will become part of a diverse and dedicated team who are supported to use and develop their skills. We recognise and value the key role you will play in delivering our strategic plans for the benefit of those living with dementia. 

Our staff have a voice. Representatives from different roles and levels across the organisation positively contribute and lead on our working groups around health and wellbeing, menopause, and equality, diversity and inclusion. 

Dementia UK is proud to welcome everyone, we aim for a truly inclusive culture with talented, diverse teams that represent a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We celebrate difference and individuality and encourage everyone to join us and be their whole selves always. 

Dementia UK is a Disability Confident Employer. If you’d like support to make an application or to tell us you’re applying under the Disability Confident Scheme, contact 

How to apply 

Review the full job description and please send your CV and supporting statement to

This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

*Please note that any decision on flexible working is based on business needs

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