Dementia UK staff

Job vacancies

Thank you for your interest in joining Dementia UK. We’re a passionate and collaborative organisation with a really positive atmosphere. We’re a diverse team and have a shared interest in the provision of excellent dementia care. Contact if you’d like to find out more about working for Dementia UK.


Voluntary position

Location: EC3N, London

Dementia UK provides support to the families of those living with dementia through its Admiral Nursing service. Our highly trained nurses work in communities, hospitals, hospices, care homes and on our National Helpline to provide the expert care families affected by dementia need. They work with families through the toughest of times as well as educating and leading other health and social care professionals to provide improved care.  Nationally the Charity is growing fast, already supporting over 270 nurses, and has ambitions to establish sufficient Admiral Nurses to support the families of all 850,000 people living with dementia.

We currently seek to recruit three trustees with commitment to the vision and values of Dementia UK, integrity, strategic vision, good independent judgement and a willingness to contribute to our work with enthusiasm.

In addition we are particularly keen to meet potential trustees who have one of the following skill sets:

  • experience and understanding of the clinical aspects of dementia care and policy at a senior level.
  • the professional knowledge to strengthen the Board’s ability to meet the organisational and people challenges of managing an increasing and geographically spread clinical workforce.
  • the contacts, networks and commitment to support and help lead the Charity’s efforts in sourcing and maintaining high-level individual  and corporate donations.

Trustees meet normally in London and meetings are held at least eight times per year.  Trustees are not remunerated but reasonable expenses are paid.

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Closing date: 7th March

Clinical Supervisor to facilitate Admiral Nurse Peer Group clinical supervision

Salary: hourly rate of £75 plus remuneration for travel time and expenses

Location: TBC, Leicester

Hours of work: 2 hours per month

We are inviting expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified clinical supervisors to facilitate peer group, clinical supervision for Admiral Nurses, specialists in dementia care.

Peer group clinical supervision group is held monthly for 2-hours, with a maximum of 10 Admiral Nurses in each group.

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You are invited to apply by sending your CV and a supporting letter for the post of clinical supervisor, outlining how you meet the identified requirements to:

For further information please contact Gayle Madden; Professional and Practice Development Facilitator on: OR 07881386233

Closing date: 23rd April 2019
On line or face to face interviews will be arranged individually for 29th May 2019