Programme Manager


  • Location: Fully remote with option of hybrid (office in Holborn, Greater London)
  • Salary: £42,500 FTE
  • Contract type: Until Jan 31st 2025 (3.5 days per week)
  • Closing date: Sunday 29th May 2022 at 23:30

This is an exciting time to join our Patient Projects team as we launch our Empowering People with Prostate Cancer (EPPC) project which aims to better educate and empower people living with prostate cancer.

We are looking for someone who has a proven track record of experience delivering change within the NHS, as well as a wealth of experience in working successfully with community-based stakeholders. You should be passionate about wanting to change health inequalities, be resilient, enjoy stakeholder engagement at every level, and have a positive, can-do attitude.

This project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, aims to provide people living with prostate cancer with the information and support they need, at diagnosis, when considering further treatment options, thereby reducing treatment regret, and ensuring better quality of life outcomes. Central to this project is the creation of a new patient information and empowerment website, The Infopool.

This role will be instrumental in the development and delivery of this project, helping ensure the project achieves its ambitious outcomes. You will be instrumental in delivering on the EPPC project and expanding the Patient Project Department into new and more ambitious areas.

 

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Events and Community Manager


  • Location: Hybrid (office in Holborn, Greater London) 
  • Salary: £38,000
  • Contract type: Permanent, Full-time
  • Closing date: 6 June 2022 at 23:59 

We are looking for a dedicated Events and Community Manager who can take ideas and turn them into exciting and successful fundraising events. Someone who is pro-active in their approach to development and thrives off building great relationships with people. The Events & Community team are looking to recruit an Events & Community Manager to join us and lead the team in delivering a growing events and community portfolio.

The role will be a key player in the planning and delivery of all events and activities, as well as leading the team in providing great supporter experiences. We are a small but ambitious fundraising team and have a track record in developing our staff and finding new opportunities for them to grow. The role will have autonomy and freedom to be creative and implement new and exciting fundraising initiatives.

You will work closely with the Deputy Fundraising Director, Events & Community Officer and Events and Community Assistant.

 

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Events and Community Assistant


  • Location: Hybrid (office in Holborn, Greater London) 
  • Salary: £25,000
  • Contract type: Permanent, Full-time
  • Closing date: 6 June 2022 at 23:59 

We are looking for a keen learner and effective implementer to be an integral part of the team at Prostate Cancer Research. We’re recruiting an Events & Community Assistant to join us and support the team in providing great supporter experiences as well as increasing income to fund new and existing research. We would love someone who is passionate about getting to know people and finding wonderful bespoke ways of making their experience with PCR memorable.

This role will be instrumental in the success of the strategy by building strong and sustainable relationships with our supporters and proving an excellent supporter journey. The role will also be responsible for administration tasks such as inputting all donor information onto our CRM system (Access CRM), and sourcing and sending out of merchandise for our supporters.

We are a small but ambitious fundraising team and there are plenty of development opportunities available, as well as autonomy in the role.

You will work closely with the Events & Community Manager & Events & Community Officer.

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Individual Giving and Major Donor Fundraising Assistant


  • Location: Hybrid (office in Holborn, Greater London) 
  • Salary: £25,000
  • Contract type: Permanent, Full-time
  • Closing date: 6 June 2022 at 23:59 

Do you want to give your charitable supporters the best possible experience and build a positive and rewarding relationship? We are looking for a committed fundraising assistant who will focus on Individual Giving and Major Donor Fundraising.

Based within PCR’s ambitious Fundraising team, this new position requires a dynamic team player to handle a range of vital tasks, from hand-writing personal letters to donors to generating mass mailings; from researching potential philanthropic partners to simply picking up the telephone and saying ‘thank you’.

As our Individual Giving and Major Donor Fundraising Assistant, you’ll be pivotal to our ability to reach our ambitious targets. We’re going full steam ahead with our fundraising strategy to broaden urgent scientific research into prostate cancer – we’re ready for this challenge and we need a dedicated colleague to help achieve these goals.

You’ll be instrumental in helping us build strong relationships with our supporters, roll out fundraising initiatives and ensure back-office admin is completed accurately within set timeframes. You’ll be a keen, dynamic learner, proactive problem-solver to become an integral part of our Fundraising team.

You will work closely with the Deputy Fundraising Director and Supporter Care Manager, plus other members of the Fundraising team.

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