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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. 

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Policy and Intelligence Officer

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Salary £25,500 to £28,560 per annum

Contract Permanent

Hours Full-time, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

Location London SE1

As a Policy and Intelligence Officer, you will play a key role in collecting and analysing timely data and maintaining and updating the charity’s knowledge base of health analytics. You will be performing desk based research into relevant cancer statistics and preparing Excel platforms that bring together a range of intelligence sources. This analysis will help to provide up to date and fresh insights into the landscape of pancreatic cancer and will guide and support our policy and campaigning work.

You will have a key role in policy development for the charity on the basis of evidence and research. You will write policy positions, briefing papers, consultations responses and statistical reports for internal and external audiences. You will also play a key role in monitoring health and cancer policy, the research funding and infrastructure landscape across the four UK nations and implementation of the national Cancer Strategy and national guidelines for pancreatic cancer. You will also help to identify areas of unmet need for pancreatic cancer and less survivable cancers on which we should focus our policy and campaigning work.

You will also have a leading responsibility in disseminating key information to staff as well as mentoring and coaching teams to use and access statistics and information to support their activities.

This is a great place to work with highly committed and friendly staff.

To apply please read the job pack and send your CV and completed supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk.

Closing date Friday 27 April 2018 at 9am

Interviews Thursday, 10 May 2018 in London

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

Senior Operations Manager Scotland

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Salary £35,000 - £41,500 per annum pro rata

Contract Permanent

Hours Part-time, c21 hours, but including two seven-hour days

Location Scotland, home-based with expectation will find office space in Edinburgh which will be utilised regularly.

Our work in Scotland is a central part of our activity to take on pancreatic cancer. Researchers in Scotland are leading the way in developing new exciting approaches to tackle pancreatic cancer, particularly through the Precision Panc programme and we are delighted to be the patient engagement partner for this programme. Last year we also funded our first ever Future Leader’s Academy at the Beatson Centre in Scotland to further drive our ambition to attract the next generation of bright minds into the pancreatic cancer field. As a charity we have been working hard to push pancreatic cancer up the political agenda in Scotland, through the Cross party group and events and a debate in the Scottish Parliament, working with some very dedicated supporters.

But we have much more to do, particularly to make sure that everyone diagnosed in Scotland knows about the services we provide and has access to our face to face services to reduce isolation and improve quality of life.

The Senior Operations Manager Scotland will be a key member of the Operations Directorate, responsible for the successful growth of Pancreatic Cancer UK’s presence and activities in Scotland. This is an exciting part-time opportunity for a proactive and determined person to deliver outcomes in Scotland, enabling us to reach more people affected by pancreatic cancer. You will have a strong track record of service delivery, ideally in health and social care, with the drive to grow  our offer to patients and carers in Scotland. Confident  representing a charity or cause at a strategic level, you will develop effective relationships with health professionals and other partners, raising awareness of the charity’s work, as well as lobbying and campaigning for change. You will have the support of the Policy & Campaigns and the Services teams based in London to achieve this. Recruiting and managing a network of volunteers is an important aspect of the role, together with our Senior Community and Involvement Manager. This is a great place to work with highly committed, ambitious and friendly staff.

If you work collaboratively internally and externally and are self-motivated to develop and implement our services targets in support of our cause, we would like to hear from you.

An Enhanced criminal record check will be undertaken if you are offered the role.

To apply  please read the job pack and send your CV and completed supporting statement to jobs@pancreaticcancer.org.uk

Closing date Monday, 14 May at 9am

Interviews Wednesday 30 May in Scotland

Second interviews Thursday, 7 June in London

You must have the right to work in the UK when you apply and be able to show your current driving licence.