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Pancreatic cancer is a tough one but we’re taking it on. We are supporting those affected by the disease, investing in ground breaking research, lobbying for greater recognition of pancreatic cancer, and being a voice for everyone involved in the fight. 

Fundraising Officer

Salary: £25500- £28,560 per annum, depending on experience

Contract type: Permanent,  35 hours per week, 9am to 5pm

Location: London SE1

This is an exciting time to join the team as Pancreatic Cancer UK is a fast growing charity. We are expanding our community and events portfolio and developing several new fundraising activities.

The Fundraising Officer will work closely with the Community and Events Team to maximise income from existing fundraising activities as well as support the development of new areas of income. The role will involve marketing and recruiting supporters, organising the logistics, providing support to fundraisers and ensuring income targets are met. For this reason, the candidate need to have experience of working in a marketing or fundraising environment, excellent support care skills and an understanding of financial management.

Closing date: Wednesday 9th August 2017, 9am

Interview date: week commencing Monday, 14th August 2017

You must have the right to work in the UK when you apply.

To apply  please read the job pack and send your CV and supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk. In your supporting statement, please give examples of how you meet each of the essential criteria and any of the desirable criteria if relevant.

Corporate Service Assistant

Salary: £17000-£21000 per annum, depending on experience

Contract type: Permanent,  35 hours per week, 9am to 5pm

Location: London SE1

This busy and varied role is part of the Corporate Services team covering finance, IT, human resources, administration and office support services.  It is a positive, helpful and engaged team at the heart of the charity. Under the supervision of the Corporate Services Coordinator, the role provides central administrative support for the charity, to enable staff to work effectively and to facilitate a safe and productive working environment. The post covers a broad range of office management, HR-related administrative tasks as well as IT support and general administrative duties.

The focus of the role may change according to circumstances, depending on the office environment and emerging needs. For this reason, the candidate needs to have a broad range of administrative skills and experience of working in an office, with good use of IT. Excellent customer care skills, a can-do approach and willingness to take on responsibilities are essential.

Closing date: Wednesday, 26 July 2017 at 9am

Interview date: week commencing Monday, 31 July 2017

You must have the right to work in the UK when you apply.

To apply: Please read the job pack and send your CV and supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk. In your supporting statement, please give examples of how you meet each of the essential criteria and any of the desirable criteria if relevant.

Head of Mass Market Fundraising (Community, Events, Individual Giving)

Salary: £43862-£53040 per annum, depending on experience

Contract type: Maternity cover up to 12 months,  35 hours per week, 9am to 5pm

Location: London SE1

The role is key in building on and developing all of our mass-market fundraising programmes, working closely with the Director of Fundraising & Marketing and the Head of Marketing to build further on our mass fundraising programmes to deliver the charity a strong and sustainable major gift income stream.  Responsibilities  include managing the Community, Events, Individual Giving, Donations and Legacy functions for Pancreatic Cancer UK. The post currently manages a team of nine with a fundraising target for 2017/18 of over £2.4 million with ambitions to grow significantly in the coming years. 

You will have substantial experience of operating as a senior professional fundraiser, developing and implementing strategies for at least one of the three key areas of mass marketing fundraising – community, events, individual giving and legacies. A strong leader and manager of people with varying levels of experience, you will be able to motivate the team to achieve optimum performance, with the ability to successfully drive through change and take people with you. A proven track record in increasing income significantly in your previous roles and of working with a target income of at least £2  million is essential.

Interview date: Tuesday, 25 and Wednesday 26 July 2017

You must have the right to work in the UK when you apply.

To apply:  please read the job pack and send your CV and supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk. In your supporting statement, please give examples of how you meet each of the essential criteria and any of the desirable criteria if relevant.

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month (PCAM) Project Manager

Salary: £34000-£36000 per annum pro rata

Contract: Fixed term contract mid-August to 8 December 2017, Five days a week, 9am to 5pm

Location: London SE1

Each year Pancreatic Cancer UK uses PCAM as an opportunity to engage existing supporters in the work of the charity. We provide materials which they can use to raise awareness of the cause. We also provide the means for them to fundraise on our behalf.

We also work with the other pancreatic cancer charities to encourage supporters to light buildings purple to raise awareness of the disease.

This year we are looking to maximise the opportunities which PCAM offers to reach out to provide more opportunities for our supporters to engage not only in raising awareness but also in fundraising on our behalf. We believe that PCAM offers huge untapped potential for the charity and so are looking for a highly energetic and organised project manager to realise this opportunity.

You will lead on and project manage the 2017 Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month (PCAM), managing the project team to deliver against our engagement and income targets. To be effective in this role quickly, you must have previous experience of running cross-organisational multi-dimensional  communications projects and budgets, have run extensive social media campaigns and experience of managing digital content. Wordpress and Mailchimp skills are essential. You will be able to build and foster excellent relationships both within and outside the charity, ensuring that we reach the right audiences.  You will be used to coping with a demanding workload and be flexible and creative in your approach in order to meet deadlines and targets.

Closing date: Friday, 28 July 2017 at 9am

Interview date: Wednesday 2 or Thursday 3 August 2017

You must have the right to work in the UK when you apply.

To apply  please read the job pack and send your CV and supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk. In your supporting statement, please give examples of how you meet each of the essential criteria and any of the desirable criteria if relevant.

Pancreatic Cancer Specialist Nurse

Salary: £34680 - £38760 per annum, dependent on experience

Contract type: Permanent, full-time, 35 hours per week, 9am to 5pm

Location: Home-based with some travel to deliver face to face support and to our London office for meetings

In our “Taking it on together’ strategy, we are committed to significantly growing our specialist support and information services for patients, families and friends. We are aiming to double the number of people accessing our flagship national Support Line and ensure that everyone diagnosed with pancreatic cancer knows of our services within one month of diagnosis.

As a Pancreatic Cancer Nurse Specialist, you will play a key role in our national services and in helping us to fulfil our ambitions of supporting more people affected by pancreatic cancer and meeting the increasing demand. One of the main remits of the role is to deliver our national Support Line, providing support and information on pancreatic cancer. You will be working alongside three other Pancreatic Cancer Nurse Specialists in the team. You will also contribute your clinical expertise and knowledge to the online discussion forum used by people affected by pancreatic cancer. We have recently recruited two Regional Nurses within the team who will be delivering face to face support locally and working closely with health professionals providing care in the NHS. This role will provide some support to the delivery of our local services and support. The role will also act as a specialist resource for the development of our information materials and providing pancreatic cancer knowledge and expertise charity wide

You will be a qualified registered nurse with experience in upper GI/HPB, oncology or palliative care, together with a good working knowledge of pancreatic cancer, its treatment and understanding the needs of patients and carers.

Closing date: Monday, 31 July 2017 at 9am

Interview date: Wednesday 16 August 2017 in London. We will offer some flexibility if you are on holiday on that day.

You must have the right to work in the UK when you apply. Please note this role will require an enhanced DBS check.

To apply  please read the job pack and send your CV and supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk. In your supporting statement, please give examples of how you meet each of the essential criteria and any of the desirable criteria if relevant.

Fundraising Assistant (Finance and Administration)

Salary: £17000-21000 per annum  

Contract: Permanent; 35 hours per week

Location: London SE1

The successful candidate will play a crucial role in supporting the Fundraising Team with the timely processing of fundraising income for the charity. In addition to this they will assist the Head of Events, Community and Individual Giving to grow income from our Individual Giving activity. The department has a fundraising target of £4.5 million.

Key responsibilities include following established processes for handling donations and thanking donors, updating records on our database and undertaking a range of administration duties to support the team. This is a busy role and will be a great opportunity to learn about individual giving, community and events fundraising.

You will be highly organised and able to work to deadlines whilst working accurately. Strong numeracy, IT and literacy skills are essential together with a confident, empathetic phone manner when speaking to our donors and supporters. You will enjoy working as part of a team and be enthusiastic.

You must have the right to work in the UK at the time of application. 

Closing date the vacancy will close as soon as we have interviewed and offered a suitable candidate. You are therefore encouraged to apply straight away.

Interview date we will organise an interview straight away for suitable applicants.