The Royal Hospital Chelsea employs staff with the expertise and dedication required to deliver the Royal Hospital's Mission which is "to provide veterans with the care and comradeship they need in recognition of their service to the Nation".
Our staff cover a wide range of professions including: nursing/caring, catering, grounds maintenance, housekeeping and administration.
Currently we have the vacancies mentioned below. For an application form please complete the 'Request more information' form for the position that you are interested in.
When completing the application form you may find it useful to refer to the Royal Hospital Chelsea's Mission and Vision statement, the Values of the Royal Hospital Chelsea and, if you are applying for a position in the Margaret Thatcher Infirmary, the Core Values of the MTI.
27th October 2017
The duties involved are to maintain a clean and healthy living environment in both In Pensioner living environments and other designated areas.
31st October 2017
A Food and Beverage Assistant is required to work as part of the team which runs the Coffee Shop, Great Hall, Chelsea Pensioners Club and Tricorne Events.
3rd November 2017
To provide a highly skilled level of occupational therapy services to the pensioners of the Royal Hospital Chelsea as an autonomous practitioner.
13th November 2017
This post has primary responsibility for the RHC’s estate, site operations, and commercial activity by providing an environment, services, and income that supports the RHC’s primary goals of providing Army veterans with the support and comradeship they need in recognition of their service to the Nation, and to safeguard their historic home for the veterans of tomorrow.
17th November 2017
The Protocol Officer is responsible to Chief Executive for the efficient coordination and administration of Founder’s Day, and for other key ceremonial occasions held at the Royal Hospital (including Remembrance Day, and the Cheese and Cake ceremonies). The Protocol Officer also provides advice to the Governor and Chief Executive on all matters of protocol, and support to the Private Office as necessary.
Chelsea Pensioner Mike Smith has taken to the skies for his first jump in 23 years.
World-renowned show jumping event, the Longines Global Champions Tour has taken place for the first time at the Royal Hospital Chelsea earlier this month.