Thank you for your interest in working for Endometriosis UK. When we have job vacancies they will be displayed below, with a link to the full job description. If no vacancies are displayed please watch this space, as opportunities do arise regularly.
Head of Income Development
Reporting to: Chief Executive
Working hours: Full time/ 37.5 hrs a week (will consider part time for the right candidate)
Location: London – although currently working from home
Annual salary: £40,000 - £45,000 (including London Weighting) depending on experience
Closing date for applications: 3rd September 2020
Interview date: w/c 7th September 2020
We have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced income generation professional to join our small team at Endometriosis UK. This is a crucial role to enable the organisation to grow and make a real difference for all those with the disease - 10% of women and those assigned female at birth. You will lead on developing and implementing a new and innovative income generation strategy, enabling the charity to grow and further support all those affected by the endometriosis.
You will be responsible for income generation, growing and diversifying income streams so we can grow the organisation. You’ll be working with the Chief Executive to lead and ensure the smooth running of the charity, and also part of a passionate team with a strong commitment to achieving change to help those with living with endometriosis.
For further information and to apply, please contact Ryan at our recruitment partners Prospectus -
Reporting to: Support Network Manager
Working hours: Full time/ 37.5 hrs a week
Location: Marylebone, London – temporarily working from home
Contract: 18 month contract
Annual salary: £27,000 - £29,000 (including London Weighting), depending on experience
Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 7th September 2020
Interview date: 14th September 2020. Interviews will take place virtually.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Volunteer Coordinator to join our small team at Endometriosis UK. This is a crucial role to enable the organisation to make a real difference for all those with the disease - 10% of women and those assigned female at birth. You will lead on our volunteer recruitment, training and devlopment activites, enabling the charity to grow and further support all those affected by endometriosis.
At Endometriosis UK, our team of over 100 trained volunteers are at the very centre of what we do. Excellent relationships with and development of our volunteers is vital to ensuring their continuation in their volunteer roles and ongoing wellbeing, and our success in supporting those with the disease. We offer a helpline, an online and local network of support groups, and a HealthUnlocked forum, all of which are facilitated by our amazing volunteers. We’re a small team with big ideas; proud of our achievements and with exciting plans for the next year. Covid-19 has seen us adapt our services including supporting our Support Groups to hold virtual meeitngs, online volunteer training, and delivering online webinars which we’re keen to expand. In other areas, we are planning a range of activities and campaigns aimed at improving treatment and management of endometriosis, and reductions in diagnosis time.
We’re looking for a friendly, empathetic and confident individual who can build excellent relationships and has experience of working with frontline volunteers to deliver support services. The post holder will lead on identifying service needs and manage the recruitment and training cycle, as well as ensuring volunteers know organisational priorities, are supported to deliver their roles and supervised appropriately. You will plan and facilitate quarterly new volunteer training events to ensure that volunteers are equipped with the skills needed in their role, while focusing on their ongoing development. For existing volunteers, you’ll be designing and facilitating refresher training events. The post holder will plan, monitor and evaluate our support services, their successes and areas for development. The role is varied and the post holder will work with colleagues across the organisation.
For the job description, person specification and how to apply, please see the Job Description Document.
We are a small charity with a lot to do. If you could help us by volunteering in our central London Office, please let us know and send us your CV, and we can discuss with you the opportunities and projects we are currently looking for help with. Email your CV to email@example.com