Job Title: Project Manager – Third-Party (Mass Participation)
Hours: 35 per week
Salary: £36,799 London Office , £33,454 Home-Based per annum
Type of Employment: Permanent
Dept and Location: Supporter Experience and Engagement, Dual Location
Line Manager: Head of Mass Participation
Direct Reports: None
Teenage Cancer Trust provides life-changing, world-class care and support so young people don’t face cancer alone.
We also speak out on their behalf, so that their experiences are better understood and cancer services are developed with their needs in mind.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen at Teenage Cancer Trust to become one of our Project Managers for Third-Party events.
WHAT YOU’LL DO, AND WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
Mass Participation events are returning after a challenging year across the sector, and we are thrilled to be looking for a third-party event manager to deliver exceptional experiences for our supporters and drive strategic growth.
As an experienced project manager, you’ll maximise investment in your events through collaborative marketing campaigns, insight driven stewardship journeys and engaging event day activations. You’ll need to be confident managing your budget and meeting key metrics to regularly report to the Head of Mass Participation.
You will have strong relationship management skills, able to work effectively with internal teams to generate the best success for our events. You’ll also establish and maintain key relationships with event delivery partners, such as the London Marathon, as well as suppliers and volunteers. Using your knowledge of third-party fundraising events, you’ll seek growth opportunities and Charity of the Year partnerships to cement Teenage Cancer Trust as a go-to for challenges in the sector.
We’re looking for someone to join our ambitious fundraising team and continue to motivate and inspire fundraisers to take on a challenge with us to help us reach every young person with cancer.
How to Apply
Please apply by clicking the ‘apply ’button below. Don't forget to complete a supporting statement to accompany your CV which sets out how you meet the requirements of the role.
Applications to be received by: Wednesday 11th August
First Stage Interviews: 18th & 19th August
Second Stage Interview: 24th August
We are committed to working towards ensuring Teenage Cancer Trust is a diverse and inclusive place to work. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of race, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability
At Teenage Cancer Trust we're committed to delivering a service to teenagers and young adults with cancer that is embedded in safeguarding and safe working practice guidance. In line with our safeguarding approach this role is subject to a DBS check (Disclosure and Barring Service)