Thank you for your interest in working and volunteering for Children with Cancer UK. We are united by a common goal - to save and improve young lives.
We are dedicated to keeping administrative and staffing costs low, which means we can devote more of the funds we raise towards vital research and welfare projects.
Although we are a small team, we do have occasional employment and volunteering opportunities at our office on Great Ormond Street.
Job title: Interim Supporter Care Manager
Reports to: Chief Executive
Contract: Maternity Leave Cover (until August 2017)
Responsible for: x2 Supporter Care Administrators
To support the Individual Giving (IG) Team and charity with effective supporter stewardship, response handling, complaint management and administration. The majority of the role will be managing the Supporter Care Team to respond appropriately to supporters, improving supporter relationships and supporter journey in order to give an increased lifetime value and increase supporter retention.
Applications & Deadlines
To apply for this position, please forward your CV and supporting statement before the deadline of Midnight, Monday, 7th November 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interview dates to be confirmed.
For further information about this position, please download the job description below.
Job description for Interim Supporter Care Manager
About the charity
Children with Cancer UK is the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer. Our aims are to determine the causes, find the cure and provide care for children with cancer
The charity was founded in 1988 following the death of 14-year old Paul O’Gorman to leukaemia and, just nine months later, his sister Jean, also to cancer. Before his death, Paul’s parents promised to help other children with leukaemia and, today, we fund life-saving research in to childhood leukaemia as well as all other forms of other childhood cancer.
- We fund life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancer.
- We fund innovative welfare projects to provide better care for young cancer patients, and their families.
- We campaign to raise awareness of childhood cancer, to protect more children and to improve the lives of young cancer patients, today and for future generations.
Voluntary office work - administrative support
Our volunteers provide valuable administrative support to our fundraising team, allowing us to concentrate on our charitable work.
We require help with varied tasks which may involve filing and stuffing envelopes and we are always looking for extra pairs of hands.
- Flexible approach to working hours and tasks
- Friendly personality
- Enthusiastic nature
- Able to work independently at times
- Flexible depending on work load
- Monday – Friday
For more details or to apply for this opportunity, please send a copy of your CV to email@example.com or call 020 7404 0808.
Event day volunteers
For some of our sports events we rely on volunteers to help us provide our participants with the best experience possible.
Volunteer roles include;
- Event day - Cheerer
Providing much needed encouragement on event day for our participants.
- Event day - General volunteer
Meeting and greeting our participants, escorting them to our post-race hospitality.
- Event day - Masseur
Helping to ease the aches and pains of our participants after completing their challenge.
If you'd like to help in this way, please complete our Event Day Volunteer form.
There are many more fundraising volunteer opportunities available in your local community, from holding an event to placing collection boxes in local shops or offices.
If you've got some spare time, and would like to help our charity, why not join our volunteer team!
Read more: Volunteer fundraising opportunities