Project Lead – Healthcare Professional Education Programme



Job Type

Fixed Term


Charity / Voluntary, Health / Nursing, Management, Medical, Operations, Project Management



A unique opportunity to develop and introduce a new modular, multi-media online education programme for Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) new to working with people affected by lymphoma.

Project Lead – Healthcare Professional Education Programme
£35,000 per annum pro-rata
Location: Flexible hybrid working, office in Aylesbury
Contract: Fixed-term, 12-month contract
Hours: Part-time, 20–25 hours per week

Do you have a passion for leading new initiatives and effecting real change? If so, we’re looking for a Project Lead to join our friendly team and help us make a real impact for people affected by lymphoma and the HCPs supporting them.

You’ll be driving forward this exciting development into the area of HCP education, in an end-to-end development role that will see you using project management and creative skills. You’ll work closely with colleagues and external stakeholders, to ensure the service is developed along best practice guidelines, meets HCP needs and is sustainable into the future.

To succeed in this role, you’ll need to be:

  • Experienced in project management and new service development, preferably in a healthcare setting.
  • A team player and great communicator, able to mobilise and motivate a range of stakeholders.
  • Have excellent organisational skills to set up and manage a range of work streams and steering groups, internal and external to Lymphoma Action.
  • Confident to produce written information such as strategy documents and reports.

Lymphoma Action has developed a great working culture that focuses on delivering the best outcomes for people affected by lymphoma, as well as prioritising a creative, inclusive and supportive environment. Due to the success of the last few years, the Charity is in a strong position to invest in and develop our support and education work, so the postholder will have the freedom to explore creative and innovative ways to increase our reach, voice and engagement with healthcare professionals.

Join us and be part of a charity that’s been providing information and support to people affected by lymphoma for more than 35 years.

This opportunity is also open to freelance professionals – get in touch to find out more information.

Please note that applicants need to be resident in the UK and have the right to work in the UK.

Closing date: 10 am, Thursday 8 June 2023
Interviews to be held in Aylesbury on Friday 16 June 2023

We reserve the right to review applications and schedule interviews on an on-going basis, so early applications are encouraged.

We actively welcome applications that will help increase the diversity of our workforce, welcoming applications from those with disabilities and from minority groups and from different backgrounds and experiences.

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