Yes, there are fulltime hospice jobs. Look for medical director positions with large hospice organizations (Vitas, etc). Alternatively look for admin positions with a midsized hospice organization (regional medical director, CMO, etc).
GOC talks continue to some degree with hospice given that patients are not required to be DNR/DNI for hospice enrollment. So there are those instances, also decisions and shared decision making in regard to prescribing, deprescribing, also some occasional procedural discussions...should we get that catheter put in for malignant ascites? Etc.
I suppose depending on the staffing of your hospice this could be deferred to NP.
But yes, the overall flavor of GOC discussions is different than inpatient palliative (ICU has difficult family, consult palliative for GOC.... Patient having trouble weaning from vent and family doesnt want to extubate, consult palliative for GOC.... frail 85 year old with a weight less than her age and end-stage-every-organ wants to continue pushing for aggressive chemotherapy, consult palliative for GOC.)
We have a role and a service we offer. You will do GOC convos in nearly all settings, but find a flavor that you don't dread. Or if you dread them for a particular reason, assess why and try to address accordingly.
You will need to be very flexible geographically to start with your first job... then keep an eye on the market to find a similar job to your liking in a region of your liking. If you find a job you like now (Sept), go ahead and apply. The credentialing process can sometimes take forever, just tell them you will be available to start in July.