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Support Network Manager
Job title: Support Network Manager (Maternity Cover)
Reporting to: Chief Executive
Working hours: Full time/ 37.5 hrs a week (will consider 4 days/week for the right candidate)
Location: Endometriosis UK’s office in central London – although currently working from home
Contract: 12 month maternity cover contract
Annual salary: £32,000 – 35,000 (including London Weighting) depending on experience
Closing date for applications: 10 am, Monday 29th March 2021
Interview date: Tuesday 6th April 2021
Endometriosis UK is the leading UK charity that supports those living with endometriosis. Formed in 1981 we offer information and support to women and those assigned female at birth with endometriosis, for example through our website and information leaflets, and via our local support groups, Helpline and online forum. As well as directly supporting those with endometriosis, we work to raise awareness of endometriosis amongst healthcare professionals, the public and the media; lobby for improved treatment and management of the disease; and support research. Currently we are busier than ever as the pandemic has reduced the access to healthcare practitioners and those with endometriosis need information and support. We have a big job to do and ambitious plans.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced volunteer manager to join our small team at Endometriosis UK and make a real difference to the 1.5 million in the UK with the disease. The Support Network Manager role is pivotal to the organisation and involves the day to day management and strategic development of Endometriosis UK’s support network which includes a Helpline, local and online support groups, and an online forum, all of which are provided by volunteers, along with a programme of information events.
This role leads the support we provide for those with endometriosis. You will plan and operationalise the development of our support services, ensuring we know what those with endometriosis want, and lead on evaluation and quality assurance so we know that we’re delivering effectively. Leading a team of two staff, a Volunteer Coordinator and a Support Officer, you will ensure a vibrant, trained and supported volunteer network – currently over 100 volunteers. You will be responsible for writing and maintaining the organisation’s volunteer related policies and procedures, and take an organisational lead on safeguarding and be the first point of contact when a safeguarding concern is raised. You will report to the organisation’s CEO, providing regular updates on support services as required.
For further details please see the full job description.
Application is by CV plus a cover letter of maximum 2 sides. The closing date is 10am on Monday 29th March, and interviews will be held on Tuesday 6th April. Please send your applications to email@example.com
We are a small charity with a lot to do and our volunteers are at the core of our organisation. Click here to see all current volunteer opportunities.