Fight Bladder Cancer has been hugely successful in offering support, raising awareness and championing research and change. We have ambitious plans to continue growing the charity whilst maintaining our strong ethical standards. We need your help.
Working with us is a great opportunity to make a real difference within a small charity. We can offer amazing flexibility, a chance to expand your skills and experience and a truly inspirational and cooperative team environment.
Here are our current opportunities:
Part – time. Initially 21 hours a week with possible increase in hours at a later date.
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Fight Bladder Cancer is currently expanding the core team. We have exciting plans and require a part-time project coordinator to assist us in turning these plans into reality.
We require someone with great organisational skills and a hands-on approach. You will need to be exceptionally flexible and focused on making things happen. We’re a small charity and so many of our systems and processes are still in their early stages. This will give you a great opportunity to develop a new role from scratch and to observe the difference you are making. Whilst the role is called project coordination, it isn’t just about monitoring and guiding the projects from the office – it’s about ‘doing’ which may involve some travel.
The post is based in Chinnor in Oxfordshire. We’d like you to start in October 2017 and will discuss the flexible working pattern with you.
For further information, please download the Job Description
Please send your CV and a covering letter, outlining your interest in this role, to GetInvolved@fightbladdercancer.co.uk by 4 September 2017
Based Chinnor, Oxfordshire
This is a great opportunity to join our team in a small friendly office in Chinnor. In particular, we are expanding our fundraising team so we’d appreciate some help. It isn’t necessary to have fundraising experience but you’ll need good admin/IT skills and a flexible approach. You'll be confident and have excellent interpersonal skills. You may see this as your opportunity to make a contribution to a very worthwhile cause or perhaps it's a stepping stone - gaining experience of fundraising within the charity sector.
If your interests lie elsewhere, then do get in touch and we’ll discuss what’s possible.
To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter to GetInvolved@fightbladdercancer.co.uk. Naturally, our volunteers choose when they work so please give us an idea of approximately how much time you might be able to give us.
At Fight Bladder Cancer we are always looking for people across the country who can help with our work. Whether you can spare just the odd hour or two or can commit to more time, there are many roles where your time can make a significant difference to what we can achieve.
We are currently looking for people to help us with our FIGHT clubs, which are our local support clubs across the UK, people who can be trained to be Bladder Buddies to help support people affected by bladder cancer on a 1 to 1 basis by phone or email and patients or carers who want to get involved with our research work including possibly being a patient representative on a clinical trial.
Perhaps you could become a local organiser for fundraising events near you? Or help us arrange an awareness event?
If you can spare some time to support Fight Bladder Cancer, do get in touch
Based Chinnor, Oxfordshire
Our Wee Bookshop and Cafe is our unique way of raising funds for our charity in addition to raising awareness of bladder cancer. Extra pairs of hands are always welcome in the cafe or sorting and displaying books so do join our team if you are local!
Please contact us at GetInvolved@fightbladdercancer.co.uk or call the shop directly on 01844 351174
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