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We want to see cervical cancer become a disease of the past, do you have the skills, experience and passion to help make that happen?
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We're looking for a Hospital Liaison Co-ordinator to provide vital face to face support and information to women and their loved ones living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis. Working closely with the local Cancer Nurse Specialists and other key members of the Gynae-oncology department at The Royal Marsden Hospital, the post holder will deliver a personalised service within a safe and supportive environment to women at all stages of their experience with cervical cancer, including at point of diagnosis and those dealing with longer term survival issues.
This is an exciting new role in a pilot project providing support directly to patients and adult family members within The Royal Marsden. You will be highly motivated, compassionate, and have strong interpersonal and communication skills, in order to work with a variety of stakeholders. You will need to be outgoing and approachable in order to build networks within the hospital with both the Gynae-oncology team and other local services to both promote the Charity and the Hospital Liaison Service and provide support and signposting to patients.
To apply for this role please send a CV and a covering letter to Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services and Deputy Chief Executive via [email protected]. In your letter please explain why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for this position. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join the Communications and Public Affairs team at jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. You’ll help make a real difference to those affected by cervical cancer and abnormalities as well as getting us closer to our vision of eradicating the disease.
The Communications Officer plays a key role in developing and delivering creative campaigns and communications to reach a wide range of audiences. You'll help increase public awareness of cervical cancer and how it can be prevented, as well as influencing policy. We are looking for someone who can spot a story and secure media opportunities across broadcast, national, regional and trade press. You’ll have excellent writing skills, strong attention to detail and be confident with using a range of channels to reach diverse audiences and achieve organisational goals.
The role will build and manage our database of case studies with compassion and empathy, and create and assist with the production of a range of materials including our annual review, newsletters and reports.
To apply for this role please send a CV and a covering letter to; Kate Sanger, Head of Communications and Public Affairs via [email protected]. In your letter please explain why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for this position. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
Closing date for application: 9pm Sunday 29 July