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Pancreatic Cancer UK, Remote
£43,458 per year
Posted 1 day ago
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Galop, Remote
£26,437.1 - £30,950.4 per year
We are seeking a Children and Young People's Advocate to work directly with LGBT+ children and young people who have faced abuse or violence
Posted 4 days ago
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NCVO, Remote
£36,817 - £42,996 per year
Support NCVO’s research and insights activity and wider organisational strategy in our newly formed Insight Hub.
Posted 2 days ago
PACT (Parents and Children Together), Remote
£31,483 - £38,479 per annum FTE (£15,741 – £19,240 pro rata per annum)
Posted 1 day ago
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NCVO, Remote
£31,085 - £36,959 per year
Play a fundamental role in delivering a combination of planned and responsive content to meet our strategic objectives and enhance our brand
Posted 5 days ago
College of Paramedics, Remote
£24,500 - £27,500 per year
Posted 1 week ago
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£43,458 per year
Contract (12 month)
Job description

The role

We’re recruiting for a Specialist Nurse - come and join us as we support people affected by pancreatic cancer via our national Support Line, online support sessions and webinars.

You’ll work alongside a team of other Specialist Nurses on our national support services. Some of your work in this varied role will include:

  • Supporting people affected by pancreatic cancer – including patients and their families – via phone and email
  • Using your clinical experience and expertise to review and update our information sources
  • Facilitating events for health professionals
  • Acting as Nurse Champion for one of the teams across the wider organisation

About You

As a Specialist Nurse, you might have a background in upper gastrointestinal/ hepatobiliary, oncology or palliative care. You’ll bring with you experience of using your empathy and expertise to care for patients and support their loved ones. Eager to learn and continue developing your skills and knowledge, you’ll relish the challenge of deepening your expertise in pancreatic cancer. You feel confident communicating with a variety of people – from patients and their families, to researchers and other healthcare professionals, and non-clinical colleagues.

If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!

About Working for Us

This is a fast-paced and growing organisation that is really committed to making a difference. Being a part of our team is being part of a thriving, positive, dynamic, successful, and welcoming community that is making an impact. We will support you and develop you should you wish this, and you get the opportunity to be involved in activities outside the scope of your immediate role. We care about your health and well-being and your work-life balance, and you will feel that your contribution is valued and matters.

About Us 

Pancreatic cancer is a tough one but we're taking it on. It is tough to diagnose, tough to treat, and tough to research. For too long this disease has been side-lined. We want to make sure that everyone affected by it gets all the help they need. 

Together we are taking on pancreatic cancer. Underpinning this vision are our four values:

· Pioneering

· Compassion

· Determined

· Integrity

We cannot achieve our vision without employing people who are committed to our vision, strategy, and values.

At PCUK our ambition is to create an inclusive working environment that reflects the communities and audiences that we engage with and where everyone can be their true selves, where they feel respected, championed, heard, and supported.  We want our workforce to achieve their potential, understand their contribution and feel proud of their impact by creating a culture and organisation that is genuinely inclusive by advancing equality, diversity, inclusion, and belonging through our policies and practices.

We believe diversity drives great outcomes by encouraging the different points of view that come from a diverse workforce. We want to hear from and engage with people whose experience of dealing with this disease may be very different depending on their individual circumstances and  background can think of no better way to do this than by ensuring that this role fully represents our intent therefore we are especially keen to consider applications from suitable applicants who consider themselves to be in areas that appear underrepresented within the charity sector.

How to apply

  • There’s more information in the Job Description and Person Specification
  • You can also come along to our online information session to learn more about the role and what it’s like to work at Pancreatic Cancer UK. You’ll meet some of the team and will have chance to ask any questions. Join us completely anonymously on Thursday 7th March at 18.30 here: 


  • If you have questions but can’t join our information session, please let us know.
  • To apply, please complete the online application form, setting out why you are interested in the role and how you meet the person specification criteria. This information will be used to select candidates for interviews.
  • You will need to have the right to work in the UK as we are not able to provide sponsorship for this role.
  • Initial interviews will be held remotely on 28th March.

No agencies/sales call please – as a charity we work hard to keep our costs down and therefore will not be engaging agencies to support this recruitment.

More about Pancreatic Cancer UK

Pancreatic Cancer UK is taking on pancreatic cancer through research, support and campaigning to transform the future for those affected.

... Read more

Posted on: 29 February 2024
Closing date: 17 March 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Support Worker,Nursing

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