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Vacancies

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 2022 growth plans. Please scroll down to view our current vacancies.

All positions are working remotely from home for the time being with occasional Covid-safe face-to-face meetings if necessary. 


Health Information Manager

Salary: circa £38k-43k pa (dependent on experience)

Contract type: Permanent

Hours: Full time with part time considered.

The Health Information Manager role is at the heart of our ability to lead change by raising awareness of the disease, prevention, campaigning, and making the patient voice heard. This role will be a key part of our efforts to transform survival rates over ten years and there is a huge opportunity to do this. 

The post holder will be our resident expert on the ovarian cancer and genetics landscape, and work closely with the whole team to ensure the latest evidence and data underpins all of our activity. Their experience, knowledge and skills to influence will play a huge role in shaping the growth of Ovarian Cancer Action.

Find out more about the role.


Senior Trusts Officer

Salary: circa £28k-32k pa (dependent on experience)

Contract type: Permanent

Hours: Full time with part time considered

The Senior Trust Officer will lead on securing funding from small- to mid-level charitable trusts and other grant-giving organisations. The post-holder will account manage a portfolio of funders and grow their support, preparing and submitting compelling proposals and ensuring excellent stewardship of our supporters. The post holder will also work with the Trusts Manager to support some of the larger applications and funders, as well as work across teams to ensure effective delivery and stewardship of any relevant funding commitments. 

Find out more about the role.


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