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Work with us

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.

Current vacancies (paid):

There are no paid vacancies within the charity at the moment


Current volunteer opportunities: 

Patient Advocate (Volunteer Role)

As a bladder cancer patient you have a unique experience of how bladder cancer impacts on daily life. Do you wish more people understood bladder cancer? Would you like to be more involved in bladder cancer research? Have you heard about a policy or law that you think is unfair? By becoming a Patient Advocate, you will be able join a community of ambassadors where you can help Fight Bladder Cancer improve national and international healthcare activities. Download our leaflet to learn more...


Community Champion (Volunteer Role)

Fight Bladder Cancer has a small staff team and we urgently need help from friends and supporters to help spread awareness about bladder cancer, raise funds and increase our reach. Our team of Community Champions help raise awareness about bladder cancer and the early signs and symptoms, raise awareness of Fight Bladder Cancer and the services we offer patients and their families, and build connections for Fight Bladder Cancer and ultimately help to raise funds for the charity’s work. If you're interested in learning more please get in touch at 


Excel Helper (Volunteer Role)

Here at Fight Bladder Cancer we are looking for a volunteer to look at various spreadsheets and help us create some graphs. If you would like to lend a hand, please contact us at 


Social Media Helper (Volunteer Role)

Do you love social media? Are you active on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook? Would you like to help us get the word out about bladder cancer? If so please contact us at 


Trust and Foundation Fundraising Assistant (Volunteer Role)

Fight Bladder Cancer is looking to appoint a volunteer trust fundraiser to work for 1 or 2 days a week supporting our work. The work will include researching background information on suitable trusts, drafting trust applications and helping to manage our donor database. The position offers a lot of flexibility in working hours to fit in around your other activities. You will need very good written skills, the creativity to be able to write engagingly and the intellectual capacity to make convincing requests for support. Being a bladder cancer patient or carer would be ideal but certainly not essential. Please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your interest in the role to 


Charity Project Management Assistant (Volunteer Role)

Examples of our projects include setting up support groups, improving our databases, and running awareness campaigns. You will be able to gain first hand experience of what it’s like to make a significant contribution within a charity. We are looking for someone who has had some experience of project management in an organisation, and who has a serious interest in working within the charity sector. Please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your interest in the role to 



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 difference. We are currently looking for people to help us with our support clubs, and people who want to get involved with our research work. 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 please email 

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