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Want to be a part of a dynamic and evolving team where you can make a difference? Join us at the forefront of the battle to defeat brain tumours.
As a result of our ambitious five-year strategy to double survival from brain tumours and halve the harm they cause to quality of life, we have a range of new and exciting roles on offer at The Brain Tumour Charity.
Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40 in the UK. We are the UK's largest dedicated brain tumour charity, committed to fighting brain tumours on all fronts. We're looking for talented individuals to join our pioneering, passionate and growing team as we seek to accelerate change for those affected.
Located in Farnborough, just half-an-hour outside of London by train, our dedicated team spend their days funding pioneering research, raising awareness of the symptoms and effects of brain tumours and providing support and information for those affected. With over 10,600 people receiving the devastating diagnosis of a brain tumour each year, and over 5,000 losing their lives to this disease, we need to act fast to guarantee change.
If you have the passion, drive and determination to help us step forward in the battle to defeat brain tumours, then we'd love to hear from you.
Here at the Brain Tumour Charity, our diverse team come from all walks of life. From doctors, marketing specialists and corporate professionals to those who have been personally affected by the loss of a loved one from a brain tumour, we are united in our battle to defeat this devastating disease.
We are a pioneering, passionate, collaborative and smart team. Along the way, we face many tough challenges but fun is always on the agenda. A positive team environment is a productive and successful one.
Here's what some of our team have to say about working at The Brain Tumour Charity:
“I'm responsible for processing donations to The Brain Tumour Charity. I really enjoy reading all the letters we receive, our supporters and fundraisers are so inspiring. No matter how big or small a donation I'm processing, there is a personal story behind each one. I enjoy being part of an exciting and passionate team who are reaching for the same goal; to defeat brain tumours."
Ayesha Regula, Fundraising Administrator
“My day to day to role here means that I provide support and information to anyone affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. I love the feeling of helping people individually with their journey, as difficult as that can be. Working here has also given me the chance to get involved in lots of different things. Helping at The Twilight Walks with hundreds of volunteers and walkers is a highlight of my year. It has opened my eyes to the fantastic work that is being done throughout the organisation and the bravery of our beneficiaries".
Cameron Miller, Operations Manager
If you think this is right for you, please find the roles we are currently recruiting for below.
To find out more and apply for any of the roles we are advertising, please visit the CharityJob website
Digital Marketing Internship
In this exciting role, you will work closely with our Digital Manager, championing the use of digital communications and promoting our work through our website, social media platforms and email marketing. Building strong relationships with others will be critical to your success, as will be your ability to develop innovative and engaging content and campaigns and share knowledge across the wider team to build digital literacy. Good knowledge of social media, website analytics and reporting are essential and you will also have demonstrable experience of writing/editing communications. This six month internship has the potential to become a permanent role.
Research Grants Manager
Reporting directly to the Chief Scientific Officer and with line management responsibility for the research grants team, you will have a key role in overseeing our research grant programme and implementing the continued expansion of our research activities. We are seeking an experienced Research Manager who is able to take primary responsibility for ensuring that our grant processes are efficient, that research projects are of high quality, subject to peer review, delivered to plan and budget, promoted widely and achieve maximum impact.
In this exciting role you will support the Events team to deliver a range of high performing special events and operational events, on time and within budget – maximising income generation and long term support. You will also support The Lewis Moody Foundation across a range of areas including thanking supporters/fundraisers for their donations, supporting fundraisers with ideas and materials, creating engaging content for social media platforms and general administrative duties. As the first point of contact for all attendees, you will ensure that high quality supporter relationship management is maintained at all times. You will be a helpful and conscientious team player, who is highly motivated and keen to use their organisational skills to make a real difference.