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Thank you for your interest in working for Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. 

 

Trusts and Statutory Manager

Full time, 37.5 hours per week.
Borough, London
£33,000 - 37,000 per annum  
Flexible working options will be considered

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust’s long term vision is for cervical cancer to be eradicated and until then that no woman that is diagnosed goes without the support she needs. The charity has set out a new and ambitious five year vision, which requires significant growth in income.

We are delighted to have recently secured two six figure multi-year statutory grants to kick start our eradication campaign, and the Trusts and Statutory Manager will build on the success of these recent wins, managing the overall growth of trusts, foundations and statutory funding

With a track record of securing significant trust, foundation and statutory income, and outstanding communication and relationship management skills, you’ll be responsible for building relationships with funders, writing applications, networking at a strategic level and providing first class stewardship to a range of funders.

This is an exciting time to join the charity. In recent years awareness of our work and cervical cancer has grown significantly and annual income has grown from £288k, surpassing £1million since 2015. The staff team has also significantly grown to 20 enabling us to reach more women than ever before. Over the past year our work has been recognised a number of times including winning a prestigious GSK IMPACT Award.

This role is integral to the development of the charity and so is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced, resourceful, ambitious and hardworking individual.

You can find more details about the key tasks and responsibilities for this role by downloading the job description and person specification.

To apply

Please send a CV and a covering letter to [email protected], in your letter (which should be no more than two pages) please explain why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for this position, paying particular reference to the job description and person specifications. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.

Closing date for application: Wednesday 28 June, 5pm

Interview dates: 

First Interview - Thursday 6 July
Second interview - Friday 14 July 2017 

 

 

Public Health Engagement Coordinator (PHEC) London

Full time, 37.5 hours per week. 3 year fixed term contract

£33-35,000 per annum

This brand new role provides a unique opportunity to develop the vital cervical cancer prevention work that, national charity, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust undertakes and will educate and empower women to make decisions about their own health, reduce health inequalities and incidence of cervical cancer.

The London PHEC will work alongside their Manchester and Glasgow equivalents which will in turn feed into a bigger campaign entitled ‘Eradicate Cervical Cancer’. The campaign aims to increase the uptake of cervical screening (smear tests) among four key groups: Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women, disadvantaged communities, women aged 25-29 and women over 50. It has been funded by a grant from the UK Treasury’s Tampon Tax Fund and the Scottish government.

In the London PHEC role you will help work with hard to reach groups where cervical screening uptake and knowledge is lower than the national average. Increased evidence from academic research indicates disparity between white women and BAME communities in screening attendance, knowledge of the test and understanding the link between Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer. Additionally barriers have been identified which prevent women from BAME communities attending screening and for young women having the HPV vaccine. Inequalities in screening attendance have also been identified among women with learning disabilities. 

This role will work towards better understanding of those barriers by connecting with and building relationships within specific communities and a range of stakeholders involved in the screening process.You will also be working with health care professionals and local health authorities to improve screening and vaccination uptake.

This role is all about improving health at a grassroots level and ultimately in this position you will help save lives!

To apply

Please send a CV and a covering letter to Claire Cohen, Head of Information and Education at [email protected], in your letter please explain why you feel your skills and experience are appropriate for this position, paying particular reference to the job and person specifications. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.

Closing date for application: 3 July at 5.00 pm

Interview dates TBC in due course. 

 

 

 

 

Date last updated: 
17 May 2017