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Whether you are supporting children and families within our care teams, helping to raise vital funds or working within our support services, EACH can offer a very rewarding career.  Working alongside passionate, like-minded and knowledgeable people a career with EACH provides you with the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people with life-threatening conditions and their families.

There are many benefits to working with EACH.  We are committed to continued learning and professional development and we have a number of support measures in place which include an employee assistance programme and support groups.

Through providing care, working in our shops or attending events, there are always opportunities to network with other professionals and establish strong relationships within our community.

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Hear what some of our staff have to say about their roles...

Meet The Nook Service Manager Louise Gower

Louise Gower has seen plenty of change in 20 years working for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). However, one thing has remained ...

Meet Care Manager Sarah Brutnell

Sarah Brutnell feels she has the best of both worlds in her role with East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). The 34-year-old joined ...

Meet Senior Care Assistant Jo Bishop

By her own admission, Jo Bishop has already achieved her career goal by working for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). The Senior ...

Meet Physical Therapies Technician Lauren Wright

Lauren Wright always knew she wanted to work for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). It was her burning ambition after leaving university ...

Meet Media and PR Manager – Matt Plummer

Matt Plummer is “proud and honoured” to have been EACH’s Media and PR Manager since September 2021. He joined the organisation after ...

Meet HR Administrator Beccy Gillings

Beccy Gillings has worn many hats in her 15 years with East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). However, three things have remained consistent ...

Meet Occupational Therapist Cate Harper

By her own admission, Cate Harper is living the dream working for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). The Occupational Therapist has spent ...

Meet Physiotherapist Jess Miller

Jess Miller worked for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) for three and a half years before answering her “calling” and becoming a ...

Meet Community Fundraiser Ali Butler

Ali Butler is living proof that making big, bold and brave decisions can pay off. The 35-year-old joined East Anglia's Children's Hospices ...

Meet Play Specialist Hailey Allen

By her own admission, Hailey Allen has found her vocation in life. As an EACH Play Specialist, she has a role that ...

Meet The Nook counsellor Amy Brown

At face value, Amy Brown has a job many cannot imagine. As an East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) counsellor, she finds herself ...

Meet Wellbeing Lead Jules Gibson-Cranch

It’s often said a problem shared is a problem halved and that’s a saying that has served Jules Gibson-Cranch well. Jules has ...

Meet Music Therapist Ray Travasso

Ray Travasso has no doubt in his mind. He has the best job in the world. As East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices’ ebullient ...

Meet Retail Relief Manager April Blane

April Blane has made rapid progress since taking her first tentative steps in the charity retail sector. By her own admission, the ...

Meet The Nook Nurse Pete Maxey

Pete Maxey has seen plenty of change in nearly a quarter of a century with East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). As a ...

Meet Management Accountant George Brown

George Brown feels that in terms of his career pathway, he is on the right road thanks to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices ...

Meet LTV Specialists Rachel van den Brink-Budgen and Tina Howlett

It was perhaps written in the stars that Rachel van den Brink-Budgen and Tina Howlett would bring their skills and expertise to ...

Meet some of our nursing team, Sacha Parry, Jane Piotrowski & Charlotte Pipe

Nurses Sacha Parry, Jane Piotrowski and Charlotte Pipe have described their work at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices as an “immense privilege”. Jane ...

Meet Milton’s Lead Chef Julie Knott

Food, glorious food! After 13 years as a chef for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), Julie Knott describes her decision to join ...

Meet Milton’s Clinical Nurse Specialist Louise McLaughlin

Clinical Nurse Specialist Louise McLaughlin believes she is working for a “gold-standard organisation” in East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). The 35-year-old has ...

What is it like to be an EACH Care Assistant?

Michelle Seaman is a Senior Care Assistant at EACH. She works closely with families and loves to see them grow in confidence, adapt together and make precious memories.
Watch to hear a little bit more about why she has enjoyed working for EACH for over a decade.
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What is it like to be an EACH Nurse?

Penny McIntosh is a Clinical Nurse Specialist at EACH. She works closely with families, professionals and EACH colleagues to provide outstanding support for children, young people and their families.
We asked Penny to tell us what she would say to someone thinking of applying to EACH - watch below to hear why she believes working for EACH is so special.

What is it like to be an EACH Nurse?

Penny McIntosh is a Clinical Nurse Specialist at EACH. She works closely with families, professionals and EACH colleagues to provide outstanding support for children, young people and their families.
We asked Penny to tell us what she would say to someone thinking of applying to EACH - watch below to hear why she believes working for EACH is so special.
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