Role: Support Worker

Area: Northern Ireland

Hours per week: 15 (part time)

Location: Home based

Closing Date: Noon on Friday 11th October 2019

A committed, caring and well organised individual is needed to deliver excellent support for our members with myasthenia, their families and carers in Northern Ireland and to promote awareness of myaware and its aims and objectives.  A significant part of the role will involve developing and managing Support Groups including organising and attending meetings and regional conference. To meet the needs of our members events are sometimes during weekends and evenings, occasional meetings are held at our headquarters in Derby and therefore flexible working hours are a necessity for this role which is based on two and a half days per week. The successful applicant will also recruit, train and motivate volunteers to help locally. The role also involves developing good working relationships with local hospitals and healthcare professionals in the region to help grow membership and engagement. 

Although the role is home based the Support Development Officer will be working as part of a UK wide team in particular with fundraising colleagues to manage expenditure of the support budget, identify potential income streams and to support community fundraising events locally.

The requirement to manage records and relationships through the CRM system in line with GDPR legislation necessitates a well organised and efficient individual with IT skills.

It is a requirement for this role to have access to own transport and a mileage allowance will be paid.

For a copy of the job statement or to apply send us your CV and a covering letter, including details of current salary to email [email protected] or phone Jackie Thornhill on 01332 290219.

Role: Support Worker

Area: North East England

Hours per week: 18.75 (part time)

Location: Home based

Closing Date: Noon on Wednesday 9th October 2019

A committed, caring and well organised individual is needed to deliver excellent support for our members with myasthenia, their families and carers and to promote awareness of myaware and its aims and objectives.  A significant part of the role will involve developing and managing Support Groups including organising and attending meetings and regional conference. To meet the needs of our members events are sometimes during weekends and evenings, occasional meetings are held at our headquarters in Derby and therefore flexible working hours are a necessity for this role which is based on two and a half days per week. The successful applicant will also recruit, train and motivate volunteers to help locally. The role also involves developing good working relationships with local hospitals and healthcare professionals in the region to help grow membership and engagement. 

Although the role is home based the Support Development Officer will be working as part of a UK wide team in particular with fundraising colleagues to manage expenditure of the support budget, identify potential income streams and to support community fundraising events locally.

The requirement to manage records and relationships through the CRM system in line with GDPR legislation necessitates a well organised and efficient individual with IT skills.

It is a requirement for this role to have access to own transport and a mileage allowance will be paid.

For a copy of the job statement or to apply send us your CV and a covering letter, including details of current salary to email [email protected] or phone Jackie Thornhill on 01332 290219

Role: Regional Fundraiser - North West England and Northern Ireland

Area: North West England and Northern Ireland

Hours per week: 18.75 (part time)

Location: Home based

Closing Date: Noon on Friday 11th October 2019

To meet ever growing demand for our services, myaware seeks to recruit a part-time fundraiser to develop, organise and support income generation across North West England and Northern Ireland. The successful candidate will build on current income streams and proactively seek out new opportunities for fundraising through applying to local charitable trusts and grant making organisations, partnering local organisations, helping local supporters with their own fundraising activities and delivering community fundraising activities.

There will also be the requirement to manage records and relationships through the CRM system in line with GDPR, therefore legislation necessitates a well organised and efficient individual with IT skills. The role is two and a half days a week. To meet the needs of our supporters’ fundraising activities, events are often during weekends and evenings and occasional meetings are held at our headquarters in Derby, therefore flexible working hours are a necessity. The Regional Fundraiser will be home based within North West England and will work closely with support colleagues to identify, recruit and train fundraising volunteers. Own transport is essential for this role as travel throughout the North West of England will be required and a mileage allowance will be paid. 

For a copy of the job statement or to apply send us your CV and a covering letter, including details of current salary to email [email protected] or phone Jackie Thornhill on 01332 290219.