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Respond to email enquiries. Liaise with schools. Work in conjunction with Clinical Liaison Trustee to report to multidisciplinary clinic in London (no clinical knowledge or responsibility expected or required). Process and send thank you acknowledgments and bereavement cards. Attend key awareness and engagement events.
Coordinate patient resource requests. Communicate with courier and process and submit customs paperwork. Liaise with volunteers on fulfilment of patient shipping requests. Renew DHL agreements for shipping. Complete DLA / PIP (templates available) and tribunal paperwork. Support blue badge applications. Process patient protection grants. Order stock in liaison with Treasurer. Liaise with international patient groups for collaborative aid or project efforts.
Work closely with Trustees to execute delivery of projects and track progress. Communicate funding needs to Fundrasiing Officer. Cooridinate input from project contributors. Disseminate project output via dedicated campaigns and communications. Create feedback processes and collate and report insights to Board.
Attend Board meetings, generate agenda, take minutes and distribute. Generate Trustee and impact reports. Disseminate information to volunteers. Create Trustee Logs for expenditure. Maintain records of training and DBS for staff, volunteers and Trustees. Create monthly newsletters. Oversee and execute social media campaigns. Manage social media channels and liaise with social media volunteers. Work with Trustees to maintain and ensure website remains current. Support the Fundraising and Events Officer in delivery of events.
We are looking for a self-motivated, organised and driven individual who is able to work independently. Due to the family support nature of this role applicants must be caring and empathetic by nature and able to handle situations of a sensitive nature.
- Organised, self-motivated and a flare for problem solving
- Able to project manage/coordinate multiple workstreams
- Good working knowledge of Microsoft particularly Word and Excel
- Good working knowledge of social media platforms Facebook and Twitter
- Working knowledge of Canva or other creative software
- Confident in engaging with Board of Trustees and Beneficiaries
- 20 hours - remote working
- Hours of work - Daytime hours TBA
- Salary pro rata £26k - £32k full time equivalent (depending on experience)
- 28 days pro rata holiday entitlement
- 3 month probation period
Occasional evening and weekend working to accommodate international beneficiaries and events
4-5 conferences and/or events (primarily UK, but may involve international) per year
This opportunity is only open to UK based applicants and we can only consider candidates for this role who have the current legal right to work in the UK.