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Could you deliver this charity's programme of peer-led self-management courses following treatment for lymphoma?
Self-Management Programme Coordinator
Salary: £24,000 p/a (calculated on a pro-rata basis as £19,200 for a 28-hour working week)
Location: Aylesbury head office with hybrid/flexible working
Hours: Part time, 28 hours per week (0.8 of FT)
Our client is the UK’s only charity dedicated to lymphoma, the UK’s fifth most common cancer. They have been providing expert information and wide-ranging support for more than 35 years, helping thousands of people affected by lymphoma.
Are you looking to make a difference in the voluntary sector? Are you passionate about supporting individuals to live well beyond their cancer diagnosis
This role is key to helping the charity to deliver their national peer-led self-management programme to people living with lymphoma so that they can live well with and beyond their diagnosis. The role is pivotal in coordinating the engagement, planning and delivery of their proven model for sustainable self-management. You’ll be engaging with clinical nurse specialists to deliver workshops in their locality, ensuring a positive uptake of places for people with lymphoma and their key family members. You’ll be building on several years success in delivering this project, available as live and online workshops and mini online course.
To be successful you will need to have:
- A warm, sensitive and understanding approach towards people with lymphoma;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Excellent administrative and organisational skills, with the ability to juggle and prioritise multiple tasks, manage workload under pressure and meet deadlines
- ;Excellent digital and IT skills;
- Ideally, experience of running in-person and digital events.
This charity has a great working culture that focuses on what they are there to do, but also on being creative, supportive and having the right environment to be effective.
Closing date: Monday 22 August
Interviews: In-person at Aylesbury office on 5 and 6 September
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted on 24 August inviting them to interview on 5 or 6 September, to be held at the Aylesbury office.
The charity reserves the right to review applications and schedule interviews on an on-going basis, so early applications are encouraged.
This employer actively welcomes applications that will help increase the diversity of their workforce, welcoming applications from those with disabilities and from minority groups and from different backgrounds and experiences.
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