Help drive improvements in care and support for those living with and affected by Secondary Breast Cancer.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The post holder will be responsible for the management of a large-scale, fast paced project that aims to shape Breast Cancer Care’s policy messages to national and local governments as well as shine a light on existing best practice in existing services provided by the NHS and key partners. They will play a key role in continuing to develop and maintain Breast Cancer Care’s work on secondary breast cancer, in particular our research, policy and campaigns activity in order to drive up improvements in care and support.
This role will provide you with the opportunity to:
- Maintain the momentum gathered by the Not second rate campaign on secondary breast cancer
- Identify best practice and increase the knowledge and evidence base about what works for secondary breast cancer services
- Develop policy calls informed and evidenced by our research and user involvement to influence national policy in England, Scotland and Wales
- Join a team passionate about improving the standards of care and support for those living with, and affected by, secondary breast cancer
Are you who we’re looking for?
- Someone with strong project management and organisational skills
- A solution-focussed individual who can take responsibility and manage a fast paced project
- A ‘people’ person, who can foster and build on relationships at every level, from senior staff and funders to health care professionals and people living with secondary breast cancer
- Someone who can think strategically, with strong analytical, judgement and decision-making skills, and who can analyse and summarise complex information and data from a range of sources
- A great communicator, with clear and succinct writing skills and the ability to tailor communications to a wide range of different audiences
Breast Cancer Care is the only UK-wide charity dedicated to supporting people affected by breast cancer. Our vision is that every person affected by breast cancer receives the best treatment, information and support.
Since 1973, we’ve been caring for, connecting with and campaigning on behalf of women with breast cancer. Today, we continue to campaign for better care and our unique range of services includes one-to-one support over the phone and online from specialists and women who have been there, plus local group support. From the moment someone notices something isn’t right, through to their treatment and beyond, we’re there to help women with breast cancer feel more in control. Our clinical expertise, tailored information and emotional support network help many thousands of people every day to find a way to live with, through and beyond breast cancer.
Please note that the deadline for applications is 23.59 on Sunday 2 April 2017. First interviews will be held on 12 April 2017.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.