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John Lewis Partnership secondment

23 September 2019

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Ovarian Cancer Action is really excited that John Lewis Partnership has posted three secondment positions on their internal network as part of their Golden Jubilee Trust program!

The Golden Jubilee Trust offers practical help to UK charities by offering their Partners the opportunity to apply for volunteer secondments within a charity of their choice for up to six months at full pay. In the past year, 24,500 hours of Partner volunteering were awarded to 52 organisations. Partners say that the secondments help them to adapt to new and challenging situations, while charities benefit from the experience, enthusiasm and skills the volunteer bring to their work.

This year, Ovarian Cancer Action have created three roles which Partners can apply for:

1)      Data Strategist

There are two projects associated with this role. Firstly, to develop a 1 and 3 year strategy for data acquisition and the second is to create an integration roadmap to link the charity’s multiple platforms with our database.

2)      HR and Operations Specialist

This role involves developing a people strategy to optimise productivity from the charity’s staff and volunteers, and evaluating our current model adding recommendations to reduce cost and increase efficiency.

3)      Marketing/E-marketing Specialist

The third role would develop customer journeys and integrate them with the wider team, and create a model for copy-writing, testing and optimising all e-comms.

Ovarian Cancer Action is on a mission to make ovarian cancer a survivable disease through funding research and raising awareness – we couldn’t do this without you.