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  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1948
  • Non-profit Organisation
  • Health Charities
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

CompetitorsMacmillan Cancer Support, Oxfam
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We're here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. We offer expert care, guidance and support, free of charge, to help them get the most they can from life, in the time they have left.
Mission: To help people and their families living with a terminal illness make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert care, emotional support, research and guidance.

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Jane Collins
Jane Collins
51 Ratings
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"Lovely company"

29 Apr 2021 - Marie Curie Nurse in Bristol, England, England
Neutral Outlook
No Opinion of CEO


The job is lovely and management are very supportive.


Nights, Pay and shift work
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Recruitment Agency13%

  1. Project Executive Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United Kingdom
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    Negative Experience
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    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Marie Curie (United Kingdom)


    The second the virtual interview started I already knew I didn’t get the job. The first thing they did was take a photo of me with hardly an explanation behind it, I thought this was very bizarre and I felt immediately awkward. Neither interviewer displayed any particular interest in getting to know me during the 20 mins interview (far too short a time if you ask me), the questions were very basic but they didn’t even ask me for my notice period or salary expectations to align me properly to the job. A big clue they weren’t interested. For a 20 minute interview I feel I should have been telephone screened prior to the first stage interview so they at least had my basic info. I was barely given an opportunity to ask questions - it seemed that both interviewers were keen to leave and/or forgot to let me ask questions. I just about squeezed one in at the end, and due to the answer given to me I already knew I wasn’t successful during the interview. The interviewer answered my question in a way that implied I will not get to work with Marie Curie first hand. After chasing up on the outcome (I already knew I didn’t get it - but it’s the principal), my feedback was a pretty cold, standardised email with no personal touch “we have decided to progress with other candidates with skills that better align with the role”... in which case I don’t understand why I was shortlisted if it’s a case of skill set which my CV outlines. I would have preferred honest, in depth feedback given the time I put in to researching and preparing for an interview. I didn’t have a good experience as a candidate which is a shame as I admire this charity. I’m really put off applying for future roles here.

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