Wales, United Kingdom
£25,276 rising to £28,972 per year
Contract, Full-time
Job description

Carers UK has an exciting new opportunity for an enthusiastic individual who has experience in a customer relationship or business development role.  Do you want to make a difference to those who are balancing work and unpaid care and their employers?  Do you want to join a passionate and devoted team in Wales? Then we want to hear from you.

  • Salary: £25,276 rising to £28,972
  • Location: Cardiff, CF15 (currently remote working)
  • Job type: Fixed (March 2023)
  • Closing date: 17 May 2021, 12.00 pm
  • Interview date: 24 May 2021

About the role 

This is a brand new role focused on growing and developing the business within the Wales Hub of Employers for Carers. You will be working alongside the EfC Wales Manager to secure new business and support existing customer relationships with EfC members. You will administer membership systems and support membership engagement including organising member events and raising awareness of our work through networking.

About you   

You will be an organised self-starter, who is confident managing customer relationships, delivering presentations and training to raise awareness of our work. You will be proactive at seeking out business opportunities and contacts to help us grow the Hub membership.

About us

Carers UK is the leading national charity, supporting, advocating for and connecting unpaid carers across the UK.

Unpaid Carers are those providing support for family, friends, relatives or loved ones.

With over 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK and 6,000 individuals becoming a carer every day the need to support them is growing and urgent. Unpaid carers save the country an estimated £530 million each day and are vital to the friends and family members they support, as well as to the wider community.

COVID-19 has dramatically affected carers across the country. Our recent polling suggests that the figure for unpaid carers could now be as high as 13.6 million, with 4.5 million people starting to care overnight due to the impact on coronavirus on services and individuals.

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Why we're here

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Refreshed on: 04 May 2021
Closed date: 18 May 2021
Tags: Admin, Business Development