skip to main content

Help us keep caring through COVID

Make a donation
MG 2291


As a voluntary sector organisation, one of the most important investments we make is into our people.

By embracing the world recognised Investors in People Standard, we have made a commitment to strive towards the very best in people management excellence and how to make NICHS a great place to work. We are proud to have achieved We Invest in People Silver accreditation. This demonstrates that we have the leadership and culture that allows us to make a profound difference to how everyone feels about their work, their value, impact and purpose.

Living to a set of values that are consistent with philosophies of NICHS has been fundamentally important in supporting and inspiring our people. We have worked hard to produce a set of values which are unique and support our culture, and we have recently launched our new Values and Behaviours framework, which underpins everything we do.

Our values are Compassionate, Courageous, Considerate and Committed.

For many, this value-driven culture is a key element of what makes NICHS a special place to work. People demonstrate how they experience the values personally and strive to act as role models, applying them on a daily basis in their relationships both with service users and colleagues; treating people with dignity and respect; supporting people to be involved in their communities; taking responsibility for actions; and being honest, open and accountable. In short, achieving our charitable aims to the highest possible standard.

Current Opportunities:

Stroke Family Support Co-ordinator (South Eastern Trust) (2 Roles)

We have two exciting opportunities available to join our dedicated and high performing Care team. As Stroke Family Support Co-ordinator, working closely with hospital and community stroke teams, the voluntary sector and NICHS colleagues, you will make a difference to clients and their families by supporting them in achieving outcomes that will enhance their quality of life and independence

For more information about the role please download the Application Pack. To apply for the role, please complete and submit the Application Form and Monitoring Form by 12 noon on Monday 23rd August.


This site uses cookies. Some of them are essential while others help us improve your browsing experience. To learn more about cookies, including how to disable them, view our Cookie Policy. By clicking "I Accept" on this banner you consent to the use of cookies unless you have disabled them.

Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now