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Support Line Manager

Job title: Support Line Manager
Reporting to: Head of Support and Information
Working hours: Full time / 37.5 hrs a week
We would accept a job share ensuring the partnership covered 5 days a week, 8.5 hours a day.
Location: Remote or office-based (London Bridge), or hybrid. Hybrid roles have the option of working two days a week at home dependent on business need
Annual salary: £46,000 – £48,000 including London weighting
£43,000 – £45,000 outside of London
Closing date: 1pm on 9th August 2024
Interviews will take place on 26th and 27th August 2024

Information and support for those affected by endometriosis is at the heart of our charitable objectives. Through a team of dedicated volunteers, we run peer support services including community-led support groups, online support and a volunteer-led peer helpline.
Thanks to the amazing generosity and support of the endometriosis community, Endometriosis UK are in the position to move ahead with our ambition to launch a nurse-led support line. The Support Line Manager will lead the set up and delivery of the organisation’s specialist support line. We are looking for a clinical nurse specialist with excellent communication skills to offer phone and email advice to the endometriosis community.

Find out more about the role and how to apply by downloading the Role Description here.

Volunteer opportunities 

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.

Equality, diversity and inclusivity statement

We are committed to valuing diversity of our staff, volunteers and community.

We are dedicated to building an organisation where people are respected for who they are and ensuring we are truly representing those who we serve. Research into health inequalities in the UK shows that people from marginalised communities are more likely to experience poor healthcare. We recognise they are also underrepresented within the endometriosis community, as well as our workforce. 

For this reason, we encourage applications from people from marginalised communities. These include people who are disabled, from ethnic minorities and LGBTQIA+.