Ovarian Cancer Action is the UK’s ovarian cancer research charity. From funding scientists on the front line, to mobilising millions of people across the UK to take action – we’re driven by a vision of a world without ovarian cancer and a belief that we can create a better future.
We are growing our dedicated and passionate team to help support and fulfil our 2020 growth plans. Please scroll down to view our current vacancies and send your cover letter and current CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, giving a brief outline explaining your interest in working with Ovarian Cancer Action.
All positions are based at our head office in Camden, London, unless stated otherwise.
Individual Giving Manager
We are looking for an experienced Individual Giving Manager to join our team and drive growth in the area of one-off and regular giving. The main purpose of the Individual Giving Manager is to develop and implement an individual giving strategy to achieve our acquisition targets and a sustainable income for the charity. We have run an IG programme for only a small number of years with some success. We are now seeking to elevate our IG program to the next level. We are looking for the right Individual Giving Manager who is committed to building our donor base through a well-thought programme of acquisition campaigns, and a solid base of sustainable, long- term support for the charity’s work.
Closing date: 24th January
For full job description and information on how to apply please click here.
Grants and Impact Manager
Ovarian Cancer Action is the UK’s ovarian cancer research charity. OCA is looking to recruit a Grants and Impact Manager to manage its research portfolio. This is an exciting time to join the charity: having invested over £12m in research we have an ambitious programme of work ahead, including developing a new research strategy for the next five years.
You will be part of an energetic and creative team who are passionate about taking action against ovarian cancer. The Grants and Impact Manager will have experience in research management and take overall responsibility for the day-to-day running of OCA’s research funding programme.
This is a unique opportunity for an enthusiastic self-starter to join the charity at a time where they can make a significant impact on the direction of research over the next five years.
Closing date: 23rd November (Please note we may begin interviewing candidates before this date)
For more information and a full job description please click here for the candidate pack.
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