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Director of Communications & Policy

As part of the on-going improvement of the British Liver Trust we are seeking to recruit a new Director of Communications and Policy to support and strengthen the organisation through its next phase of development.

The British Liver Trust is a registered charity with over 25 years experience of successfully delivering

  • awareness about all liver health issues
  • support for anyone affected by liver disease
  • informative resources
  • research
  • Love Your Liver” a national awareness campaign that includes a screening & scanning roadshow.

You will have extensive experience of communications and policy work and be looking to take on a new and exciting challenge. You will enjoy working within a passionate team that has a collective commitment to doing as much as possible to tackle liver health issues.

It is expected that the Director will work part-time with salary and hours to be agreed – we will be as flexible as possible in order to attract the right candidate. The post can either be home based or at our head offices in Ringwood – the post will require regular meetings in London, some travel throughout the UK and close working with all of our team, including team meetings in Ringwood.

Job description and person specification: Director of Comms and Policy JD PS March 2015

For an informal discussion contact: Andrew Langford, Chief Executive on 07810 564913

Applications should be made with a full CV and a supporting statement outlining why you are interested in the post, the skills & experience you have and any other relevant information.

Please send your completed application by email to Sandra Cooper-Keen, HR Officer at sandra.cooper-keen@britishlivertrust.org.uk by the closing date of 31 May 2015

 

Major Donor & Corporate Fundraiser (30 hours per week)

£28,000 – £30,000 pro-rata

British Liver Trust has a new opportunity for an experienced fundraiser with a proven track record of securing core funds from major donors through regular and/or one-off major gifts, and working with companies to secure unrestricted income. The charity is at an exciting time in its development and needs to expand its fundraising team, this is a great opportunity to join a small, dynamic and proactive team where your contribution will be noted and appreciated.

If you have experience in these two aspects of fundraising in particular and care about the nation’s health, we’d love to hear from you.

Job description – MD & Corporate Fundraiser

MD and Corporate Fundraiser Application for Employment May 2015

Applications should be emailed to Audrey Cornelius, Fundraising Manager at audrey.cornelius@britishlivertrust.org.uk by the deadline of Thursday 21 May 2015. Interviews will be held in our Ringwood office on Thursday 4 June 2015.

 

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