Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK London, UK
24/03/2019
Contractor
Senior Manager (Marketing and Delivery) - Stand Up to Cancer12 month Fixed Term Contract (Maternity Cover)Location: London We appreciate not everyone has the same working needs and can offer flexible working. Please do let us know your preferred working pattern when applying for the role. You will lead on the overall management and delivery of acquisition marketing and content strategy and production for Stand Up to Cancer. In this role you will work in close partnership with Channel 4 and with internal and external teams to implement activity. You will build and establish a compelling, well-recognised SU2C brand in the UK playing a key role in unlocking the potential of this exciting campaign for Cancer Research UK, maximising the opportunity it presents to reach new audiences and generate new revenue streams. You will be:Responsible for delivering the SU2C marketing campaign, on time and to budgetBe website owner, ensuring successful delivery and ongoing optimisation in our campaignsLead on, and oversee, executive of YouTube content activity - working closely with vloggers, influencers and the YouTube team at GoogleWork closely with the Business and Product Development and Talent Relationship Fundraising arms of the SU2C team, as well as income-generating teams within CRUK to create relevant and profitable fundraising propositionsLine manage, nurture and support a team of talented marketing individuals to deliver the best marketing activity possible!Commission analysis in support of SU2C campaign - including data gathering, identification of appropriate tools and development of insights.Manage relationships with external vacancies and suppliers Together we will beat cancer. You can help us do this with your…Proven experience in a direct marketing or advertising roleExtensive experience of delivering successful campaignsOutstanding communication skills - both written and verbal - including the ability to deliver pitched, give presentations, facilitate groups and communicate complex information succinctlyExperience of developing full marketing propositions - from branding through to full marketing plans, with a strong focus on social, digital and PRKnowledge of planning and delivery of channel neutral marketing activityExperience of working with TV networks would be great, but not essential! If this sounds like you, please do apply. Please provide a supporting statement with your CV (all in one document). To review the full role profile, click
Cancer Research UK London, UK
24/03/2019
Full time
Proposal Developer and Writer (Principal Gifts)Location: LondonSalary: Competitive We appreciate not everyone has the same working needs and are able to offer flexible working options with this role. Do advise of your preferred working pattern when you apply for this role. Cancer Research UK are in the planning phase of a high value campaign which will transform the cancer research landscape. To realise this goal, we will need to secure 7, 8 and 9 figure gifts from the world's most prominent and generous philanthropists, trusts and foundations - inspiring and persuading them to invest in our vision and the ground-breaking work that will support it. As a specialist principal gift proposal developer and writer, you will work in partnership with our principal gift fundraisers and wider team members to produce the highest quality written communications for this astute audience. You will alsoShape the development of proposal ideas and their content for presentation to CRUK's highest value prospects and donors.Be responsible for researching, writing, co-ordinating and planning strategic communications intended for £1m+ prospects and donors.Source and commission content from colleagues and even directly from the researchers involved.Work closely with our principal gifts fundraisers to gain an in-depth knowledge of all CRUK's top prospects.Maintain a deep and current knowledge of our fundraising priorities and needs. Together we will beat cancer. You will help us do this through your…Extensive experience of writing high quality communications.Skill at distilling and communicating complex material (such as medicine, science and technology).Ability to listen and interpret information from a range of sources and to then develop packaged content to reflect what has heard.Attention to detail, professionalism and strong work ethic.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.Ability to build strong relationships with key senior stakeholders. If this sounds like you then please apply! When submitting your application please provide a supporting statement/cover letter in the same document as your CV (and upload as one document). To review the full role profile, click
Cancer Research UK London, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Here at CRUK, we're looking bring in a new role to our Technology team: Head of Software Engineering. In this role, we're looking for someone to examine our existing processes and structures and take a view on whether we're currently operating in an optimum way across of software and application, and driving forward our future Software Engineering vision. Reporting to the Director of Engineering, you will lead CRUK's Software Engineering Team (c25 heads), providing expert technical guidance and accomplished motivational leadership to the software function. Working with peers in the Engineering organisation and stakeholders across the wider organisation, you will ensure highly efficient delivery of software to high standards of consistency and reliability. You will also take the lead in maturing the software engineering practise - maintaining the current high levels of ambition and agility while building reliability, consistency, governance and maturity appropriate to the large scale and criticality of the software's usage. In addition, you'll be responsible for:Lead software delivery across our portfolio, maturing the software engineering practise to balance pace, agility, governance, tech debt, re-use and reliability.Work with peers in the Engineering organisation to contribute to the strategy, architecture and delivery approach for an engineering platform fit for the future (anticipated to be autoscaling cloud-based microservices), that is reliable, secure, performant and flexible.Optimise the software engineering aspects of our CI/CD and Devops approaches.Lead the development of a capability model within software engineering, working with lead engineers to determine the necessary capabilities and build core practise in those capabilities. Likely to include at least Front-End, Back-End, Integration, Mobile App capabilities. You will bring expertise in software engineering best practise, knowledge of the latest architecture approaches including microservices, containerisation and cloud compute and a passion for the future of software. What are we looking for? It'll be essential that you're passionate and knowledgeable about the fast-moving technology landscape, with a strong personal experience in software engineering (specifically in web applications and the cloud) and understanding of the software delivery lifecycle and different approaches to this. You may also have matured software engineering practise, with experience of bringing structure to processes that how grown quickly and organically. Skills and Career development are key priorities for the CRUK Technology Directorate, and you'll be expected to lead this within the software function (and have experience of doing so). The key focus of this will be developing strength in depth for a set of carefully selected software technologies, reducing reliance on contract resource and making the software team an exciting, motivating and fulfilling place to work. What's in it for you? CRUK has an ambitious approach to technology, having built multiple in-house software products including numerous websites, custom content management solution, Event and Activity Management web applications, Online Fundraising platform and mobile applications operating at large scale for millions of users (supporters, patients, relatives & public, health professionals, researchers). We also integrate, customise and test numerous third party software products. We apply BDD, CI/CD, microservice and cloud architecture and work in multi-modal delivery including scrum and Kanban agile approaches, moving towards DevOps. Our ambition is to keep CRUK at the forefront of the fast-moving technology landscape, and to develop our software products further into a reliable, secure, flexible and performant engineering platform, driving the future pace and quality of software delivery. Because of this, it's a fast paced and innovative place to be, with the autonomy and breadth of thought for you to develop whilst bringing your expertise to the fore at the same time. You'll also be able to enjoy various benefits, such as 30 days of annual leave, a generous pension scheme, access to numerous online discounts and season ticket or cycle to work loans. For more information and the full job description, please click here: We will try to hold interviews as and when we find brilliant candidates, so please do submit your application as soon as you can. Whilst the role will need to be based in our London office (Angel currently, Stratford from October 2019), we actively encourage flexibility in our Technology team, so would be open to working from home days and flexible working patterns as well.
Cancer Research UK Islington, London N1 2BN, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Senior Regional Media Relations Officer Location: Home-based in the East of England, (preferably within 45 minutes' drive of Cambridge) Salary: Up to £33k, dependent on experience + benefits Contract: Full time, permanent Closing Date: 7th April 2019 Are you a highly-motivated, creative and experienced media professional? We are looking for an innovative individual with significant experience in regional media relations to join our dynamic, sector-leading team. Cancer Research UK is the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. People with cancer and their families are at the heart of everything we do. Based at home in the East of England, you will create and exploit media and public interest in the work and aims of the charity across the region. Key responsibilities will include… Implementing regional media relations plans, supporting scientific research, health awareness initiatives, fundraising, brand activity and policy & public affairs campaigns. Forging close relationships with scientists, clinicians and people affected by cancer Writing and selling in media releases Organising photocalls Shooting and editing video content for online media using a provided smartphone (training provided). To view a full job description please click here. To take on this exciting opportunity and help us beat cancer sooner you'll have… Significant experience as a senior journalist and as a PR professional, or in an in-house press officer, with a proven track record in proactive media relations Ability to make sense of complex science and research papers as we fund extensive research in Cambridge. A sophisticated understanding of regional media and its needs. The ability to seek out news stories to engage support An appreciation of the role of social media in enhancing media relations The confidence to work independently and remotely, and also as part of a geographically-dispersed team. The successful candidate must have a driving licence and be able to travel when necessary, especially to our Cambridge Institute. All applications should be made via the Cancer Research UK careers website. You will need to create a profile before submitting an application. This involves attaching your CV and a covering letter outlining your interest in applying for the role, and explaining how you meet the set criteria. At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
Cancer Research UK Islington, London N1 2BN, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Information Security and Assurance Specialist Location: Angel, London moving to Stratford International end of 2019Salary: Competitive Contract: Permanent Closing date: Midnight Sunday 7th April 2019Interview date: Do not delay applying as interviews will set up as suitable applications come in Are you an experienced Information Security and Assurance professional who can help to speed up our progress? Why we need you This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the Infosec Team here are Cancer Research. This role is responsible for managing the security risk review of third parties. What will I be doing? Make an impact every day by: Ownership and management of the third-party risk portfolio Proving general subject matter expertise, risk assessment and data protection process an advice Provide collaborative risk reviews of third party responses to questionnaires, make pragmatic recommendations to address deficiencies, and manage a risk based mitigation strategy with suppliers on an ongoing basis. What skills are you looking for? You'll be able to bring to the role: Good level of knowledge of information security, risk management and the third party assurance agenda in a large and complex organisation. Subject matter expertise in relevant related legislation, standards and experience of supporting compliance and data protection programmes. Proven contract and supplier management knowledge. Professional qualifications in: CISM, CISSP, CISA and/or CRISC or equivalent What will I gain? Without you we wouldn't be able to achieve our aim of seeing 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034. So we want to reward you in as many ways as possible. Our benefits package: 25 days annual leave a year plus public holidays and 1 CRUK day. Working in an award-winning team on an exciting range of different projects. Flexible working - open to discussion. Competitive pension scheme. A brilliant learning and development environment. A range of generous rewards and benefits via our Rewards platform everything from gym membership, cinema tickets to discounts on cars. And ultimately you'll know that you'll be changing lives through your work. Candidate pack click this link If you're as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career, as we save lives and add years. Please apply by submitting your CV and answering some short application questions. At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
Cancer Research UK Islington, London N1 2BN, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Are you a self-motivated and sharp minded individual with experience as a Network Engineer that can help us beat cancer sooner? We are looking for a self-motivated individual to... Provide full network support to IT Services and business colleagues. Carry out agreed system hardware and software maintenance tasks to support the smooth running of the technologies and assist colleagues. Respond to enquiries from users, specialists and others and take appropriate action within defined area of specialism to deal with processing priorities, running tests, facilitating and overseeing installation, removal, upgrading and repair of equipment. Here at Cancer Research UK, our understanding of cancer is increasing at a faster pace than ever before, and more people are surviving thanks to the work we do. We're smart, brave and ambitious individuals united by our relentless pursuit of beating cancer sooner.Now we need a Network Analysts with core Cisco Networking experience and assist the Network Manager in the operation and management of the IT Network Infrastructure (including LAN, WAN, SAN, cabling, remote access and security) to agreed service levels. Attend to ticket system queues, categorising and prioritising items in the queues and resolving technical queries or problems with assistance from other members of the team where necessary. You can help us beat cancer sooner through your... Basic understanding of LAN/ WAN / SAN Administration. Proficiency in the use of Routing, Switching, IP Protocols, FC, FCoE, DNS, DHCP etc. Strong analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to take responsibility for resolving problems and experience of applying problem root cause analysis techniques. Exposure to as many as possible of the following technologies: Cisco networking hardware, Cisco Wireless Networking, Cisco Prime, Cisco Storage Area Networking (MDS/Nexus), Checkpoint and Juniper firewalls, RSA, VPN, IDS/IPS and Stealth watch. Our optimism and desire for success leads us to constantly challenge ourselves and others, which means you'll be encouraged to stretch yourself in our dynamic environment. You'll manage and deliver your own day-to-day workload and priorities with minimal guidance and supervision, setting own high professional standards and showing an awareness of impact beyond own team and ITS directorate. Willing to provide support or training to colleagues and receive support or training as required. Please visit the following link to view the full profile Closing date - Ongoing till role is filledContract: PermanentSalary: circa £40,000 At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
Cancer Research UK Islington, London N1 2BN, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Analytical Project Manager (Cancer Research UK - Public Health England Partnership) Location: Waterloo, London and Angel, London (relocating to Stratford in Q4 2019) Salary: c.£40,000 (including London weighting) Contract: Permanent, full time Closing date: 7th April 2019 Interviews: w/c 15th and 22nd April 2019 Do you have strong project management skills? Do you have good people management experience? Are you looking to develop your skills in supporting the delivery of analytical projects, ensuring innovative analyses of cancer are delivered to help us improve outcomes? Are you an experienced health analyst? We're looking for a driven and self-starting individual to join us, the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. The primary focus of this role will be to develop our partnership with Public Health England, managing the delivery of our analytical projects within the Partnership. Based at Public Health England working with the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) and engaging across both organisations, the responsibilities will include: Overseeing the delivery of analytical projects across the CRUK-PHE partnership from development to completion Building strong relationships with stakeholders across both organisations to ensure that projects have the appropriate support Leading the team, ensuring your direct reports are supported in their roles to deliver projects and seek out opportunities for learning and development Develop project plans to ensure the partnership delivers work in line with our strategic objectives Compiling regular progress reports against overall project plans for key stakeholders, managing stakeholder engagement and communication and ensuring decisions can be made at key milestones To view a full job description please click here. Statistics and evidence have never been more vital. Every day we achieve extraordinary things by being innovative, imaginative and bold in our work. Here in our Cancer Intelligence Team, we exploit our unique perspective to provide and communicate authoritative statistics, analysis, and research, to inform, inspire and raise awareness of cancer and Cancer Research UK. Now we need an Analytical Project Manager with a focus on health data to bring project management skills, decision-making and subject-specific knowledge with a desire to collaborate to bring together the strengths of both organisations. As an Analytical Project Manager you'll help us deliver high-quality cancer intelligence through our partnership with Public Health England's National Cancer Registration and Analytical Service (NCRAS) to a wide audience, including commissioners, policy makers, health professionals and researchers, plus CRUK colleagues who use this intelligence to lobby for policy change, obtain media coverage, raise funds, and inform patients. You can help us bring forward the day when all cancers are cured through your… Proven experience in managing and delivering analytical projects and communicating the key messages to wide audience Degree or equivalent (or postgraduate degree) in a numerate, statistical or epidemiological field, with sound knowledge of research and statistical methodology ideally relating to cancer and/or health research and statistics Competency in use standard statistical software packages, such as R (ideally), STATA, SAS, SPSS, etc. You'll be able to support staff to develop new innovative approaches to cancer analysis, plan and deliver projects, work with colleagues in both organisations to bring together the right expertise and communicate results effectively in a clear and concise manner. You'll need excellent organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise work, meet urgent deadlines and work with a variety of staff and teams. Please contact Jon Shelton (jon.shelton (at) cancer.org.uk) if you require further information. At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
Cancer Research UK London, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Senior Data & Research Analyst (Prevention and Epidemiology) Location: Angel, London preferred (though we will consider home-based workers able to come into the office on a regular basis) Salary: c.£31,500 + benefits Contract: Permanent, full time (though we will consider 0.8FTE for the right candidate) Closing date: 31st March 2019 Interviews: w/c 8th April 2019 Are you an experienced literature reviewer and/or data analyst? Are you looking to develop your critical appraisal, statistical analysis, decision-making, leadership and project management skills? Are you willing to play a vital part in upskilling the whole team? We're looking for a driven and self-starting individual to join us, the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. The primary focus of this role will be to carry out and project manage work on the epidemiology and prevention of cancer. Responsibilities will include: Producing annual updates to UK incidence and mortality content on our website Undertaking regular reviews of published evidence on cancer prevention, and producing updates to our website content as appropriate Completing analysis projects relating to cancer epidemiology and prevention, including sourcing data from a range of providers, writing analysis protocols, and reporting the results in written and oral forms for a variety of stakeholders Supporting Analysts with all of the above, offering them support and training as appropriate Developing expertise in relation to cancer epidemiology and prevention, and honing methods for the analysis, interpretation, and communication of cancer evidence and data With colleagues, responding to enquiries about cancer and health data, including advising on the accurate and appropriate use of cancer evidence and statistics Statistics and evidence have never been more vital. Every day we achieve extraordinary things by being innovative, imaginative and bold in our work. Here in our Cancer Intelligence Team, we exploit our unique perspective to provide and communicate authoritative statistics, analysis, and evidence review, to inform, inspire and raise awareness of cancer and Cancer Research UK. Now we need a Senior Data & Research Analyst with a focus on health data to bring subject-specific knowledge, decision-making and project management skills, and a willingness to support colleagues at all levels, so that we can continue to be one of the leading providers of cancer statistics in the UK. As a Senior Data & Research Analyst, you'll help us present high-quality cancer intelligence to a wide audience, including commissioners, policy makers, health professionals and researchers, plus CRUK colleagues who use this intelligence to lobby for policy change, obtain media coverage, raise funds, and inform patients. You can help us bring forward the day when all cancers are cured through your… Proven experience - as a literature reviewer and/or data analyst - of analysing, presenting and disseminating evidence and data to a variety of audiences Degree or equivalent (or postgraduate degree) in a numerate, statistical or epidemiological field, with sound knowledge of research and statistical methodology ideally relating to cancer and/or health research and statistics Competency in use of scientific literature databases such as PubMed, and standard statistical software packages, such as R (ideally), STATA, SAS, SPSS, etc. Keenness to develop specialist skills and knowledge and share that with colleagues, acting as a close support for your line manager and taking responsibility for managing and (where appropriate) signing off projects and outputs. You'll be able to bring structure to complex problems, extract the key issues and present your findings in a clear and concise format. You'll also need good organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise day-to-day tasks, meet urgent deadlines and work with a variety of staff and teams.
Cancer Research UK Tiverton EX16, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Senior Manager - Supporter Logistics/FulfilmentSalary: £45,000 to £48,000 Location: Tiverton - with regular travel to our other offices in London and Oxford, and supplier sitesClosing Date: We will be recruiting this role on an on-going basis - please do not delay submitting your application. We appreciate not everyone has the same working needs and we may be able to accommodate flexible working. Please do advise of your preferred working pattern upon application. Key Words: logistics, warehouse, fulfilment, senior manager, manager, stock management, As part of our vision to be the UK's best loved charity, our goal is to deliver a consistently high standard of service for our supporters, to make them feel listened to, recognised and valued. We have established that fast delivery is key for our volunteer fundraising supporters and availability of stock is key, as is the need for orders to arrive on time and in full. As a logistics senior manager, you will be our expert across the breadth of supporter logistic services including data capture, fulfilment, warehouse management, supply chain and stock control. You will have direct line management responsibilities for 4 with overall responsibilities for a team of 18 where you will be responsible for: Coaching, mentoring and empowering colleagues to develop their skills.Creating a collaborative working environment.Shaping a high performing team - building and maintaining functional expertise and knowledge within the internal team, and ensuring suppliers do the same.Own the contract for external supporter logistics suppliers, ensuring the service they provide is seen as an extension of the team at CRUK. To be a successful senior manager within our warehouse in Tiverton you will: Have experience of delivering well executed, cost effective stock management, fulfilment and data capture.Have a strong customer and supporter focus, with excellent knowledge of processes and technologies relevant to supporter logistics.Have proven experience of line managementHave a practical knowledge in supplier relationship management and contract managementExperience providing input to and implementing: strategy, policy, operating plans and budgets If this describes you, please apply. To view the full role profile, click
Cancer Research UK 10 Helena Terrace, Bishop Auckland DL14 6BW, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Regional NHS Relationship ManagerFull time, PermanentHome based with frequent travel across Central & East EnglandSalary: £50-£53k We're looking for a Regional Manager covering Central & East England, to lead our improvement work with the NHS. The post-holder will lead strategic, senior NHS relationships in their area on behalf of Cancer Research UK and direct the work of our teams of Facilitators who are embedded at a local level, delivering a range of improvement support to the NHS. We need a self-motivated, experienced individual to...Develop strategic, influencing relationships with key NHS stakeholdersDevelop the area strategy for the Facilitator Programme, tailoring our approach to align it with NHS plansInspire, coach and support their teams including setting clear and stretching objectives, to deliver the regional strategyProvide leadership for the programme on a UK-wide basis in relation to aspects of the cancer pathway (eg screening)Build a strong community within their region and share best practiceWork as a key member of the Programme Leadership Team We're game changers. Here at Cancer Research UK, we aim to save more lives by preventing, diagnosing and curing cancer sooner. Our Policy and Information directorate will deliver much of this progress through the critical work we do in influencing policy, services and behavioural change within our target audiences of public, patients, health professionals and key opinion leaders. As a result CRUK are making a significant investment in expanding our engagement with health professionals and this role reflects that ambition. We're smart, brave and ambitious individuals united by our relentless pursuit of beating cancer sooner. Join us and help to save lives through your...Significant experience of working at a senior level within NHS, PHE or other relevant bodiesExcellent people management skillsExcellent engagement and influencing skills paired with exceptional relationship building skillsExperience of developing strategies and leading their implementationStrong planning and organisational skills This is a hugely exciting time to join our world leading Policy and Information directorate, whose work is at the core of Cancer Research UK's goals of beating cancer sooner. Not only is this an opportunity to help shape a key piece of work which will support CRUK's overall ambitions but it's a great place to work. Please click apply now to view the candidate pack and find out more about the HPE team. Closing Date: tbcInterview dates: tbc - week commencing 25th March (exact dates to be confirmed)
Cancer Research UK Islington, London N1 2BN, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Agile Coach Salary: £41,000 - £48,000 Contract: Permanent Hours: 35 hours Closing date: Midnight Sunday 7th April. Interviews: Immediate - please do not delay applying Are you a skilled Agile Coach - ready to make your move into a cause driven environment? You could help us our goal to 3 in 4 surviving cancers by 2034. The Agile Coach is on the front lines of organisational transformation. Aside from the day-to-day implementation of Agile methodologies across future-focused Technology initiatives, the Agile team is tasked with training, coaching and mentoring individuals and teams to adopt an 'Agile first' approach in line with CRUK's Design Principles and our Technology strategy. What will I be doing? You'll will be involved in the delivery of campaigns and initiatives that engage our audiences and provide digital experiences that are recognised as the industry best. Make an impact every day by: Working directly with cross-functional teams to ensure they are value-focused and able to deliver at a sustainable pace Developing and delivering training modules on Agile topics Promoting a spirit of collaboration and approachability within the Agile capability, delivery teams and with stakeholders Championing Cancer Research UK's Design Principles and the strategic aims of the Technology Directorate. You can help us beat cancer through your... Expertise in working in scrum, Kanban, XP and/or other relevant agile methodologies Agile experience working within complex multi-disciplinary teams Strong communication and stakeholder engagement skills What will I gain? 25 days annual leave a year plus public holidays and 1 CRUK day. Working in an award winning team on exciting range of different projects. Competitive pension scheme. A brilliant learning and development environment. A range of generous rewards and benefits via our Rewards platform everything from gym membership, cinema tickets to discounts on cars. More information can be found in our candidate pack Our optimism and desire for success leads us to constantly challenge ourselves and others, which means you'll be encouraged to stretch yourself in our dynamic environment. And ultimately you'll know that you'll be changing lives through your work. If you're as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career, as we save lives and add years. Please apply by submitting your CV with a cover letter and answering some short application questions. At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
Cancer Research UK Oxford, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Gift Aid Executive Full time, Perm, 35 hours per week Oxford £21,500 + excellent benefits Closing date: 27/3/:00 Are you a process driven, experienced administrator with an eye for detail, looking to put your systems and analytical skills to the test in an exciting new opportunity? Cancer Research UK are the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, and our 3,500 people work relentlessly every day towards this goal. We are looking for a self-motivated and proactive individual to join us as Gift Aid Executive supporting our finance and payments team in processing gift aid claims Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Manage the day to day requirements of gift aid claim administration Ensure the end to end process is completed in an efficient manner in line with deadlines Champion the importance of Gift Aid throughout the department, communicating income levels. Support the team in processing payments, improving performance along the way. Provide support materials to the department keeping them in line with HMRC regulations. Being a point of contact for any queries on gift aid process and systems Produce analytical reports from claims testing highlighting areas of concern and knowledge gaps within processing teams Join us to help save millions of lives through your.. Experience in using IT Data Systems Expert Excel skills- intermediate/Advanced level Experience in balancing agendas and building consensus Time management skills and Analytical approach to work Knowledge of Data and finance systems used by charities. Ability to work under pressure and to tight timescales Experience in compiling and producing reports. Pragmatic approach to problem Solving. If you can do all this and more, you'll enjoy a great career as we work hard to beat cancer sooner.
Cancer Research UK Cambridgeshire, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
DMPK Scientist Location: Cambridge Contract: Permanent, full time Please be advised that this advert will remain open until the position is filled so we will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis. About us Cancer Research UK's Therapeutic Discovery Laboratories (CRUK-TDL), is the in-house CRUK drug discovery unit with a principal focus on establishing and prosecuting biologically-themed multi-project alliances with industrial partners. Based at the Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge, and the London Bioscience Innovation Centre, TDL comprises over 80 staff from both industrial and academic backgrounds. We bring together the best minds in basic and clinical cancer research, the diligence and drive of pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and our in-house drug discovery and Alliance management capabilities to deliver breakthrough medicines for cancer patients. Our laboratories house the personnel and equipment to progress projects from initial hypothesis through to selection of candidate drugs for regulatory development. We couple this with a deep understanding of academic and industrial drivers, enabling us to build alliances that satisfy the curiosity of basic research and the rigour of drug discovery. What will I be doing? We are currently recruiting for a Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics (DMPK) Scientist to join our Cambridgeshire site on the Babraham Research Campus. The position provides the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment, making a practical and intellectual contribution within Oncology drug discovery. What skills are you looking for? We are seeking a scientist with a broad understanding of DMPK to work within a multidisciplinary drug discovery environment. The laboratory-based position involves conducting bioanalysis, in vitro ADME assays and pharmacokinetic analysis relevant to understanding the metabolism and disposition of potential drug candidates. Help us bring forward the day when all cancers are cured through your… BSc/MSc or equivalent in a Life Sciences discipline Strong Industrial pharmaceutical laboratory experience in drug discovery Previous experience of conducting bioanalysis Good time management skills Proven ability to form close and effective relationships with colleagues at all levels Excellent written and verbal communication skills To view a full job description please click here. Keywords: DMPK, ADME, bioanalysis, pharmacokinetics, in vitro assays, drug metabolism, LC/MS/MS.
Cancer Research UK Oxford, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Gift Aid ExectuveFull time, Perm, 35 hours per weekOxford£21,500 + excellent benefitsClosing date: 27/3/:00 Are you a process driven, experienced administrator with an eye for detail, looking to put your systems and analytical skills to the test in an exciting new opportunity? Cancer Research UK are the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, and our 3,500 people work relentlessly every day towards this goal. We are looking for a self-motivated and proactive individual to join us as Gift Aid Executive supporting our finance and payments team in processing gift aid claimsResponsibilities include but are not limited to:Manage the day to day requirements of gift aid claim administrationEnsure the end to end process is completed in an efficient manner in line with deadlinesChampion the importance of Gift Aid throughout the department, communicating income levels.Support the team in processing payments, improving performance along the way.Provide support materials to the department keeping them in line with HMRC regulations.Being a point of contact for any queries on gift aid process and systemsProduce analytical reports from claims testing highlighting areas of concern and knowledge gaps within processing teams Join us to help save millions of lives through your..Experience in using IT Data SystemsExpert Excel skills- intermediate/Advanced levelExperience in balancing agendas and building consensusTime management skills and Analytical approach to workKnowledge of Data and finance systems used by charities.Ability to work under pressure and to tight timescalesExperience in compiling and producing reports.Pragmatic approach to problem Solving. If you can do all this and more, you'll enjoy a great career as we work hard to beat cancer sooner.
Cancer Research UK London, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
New Business Manager (High Value Supporter Partnerships) Salary: From £33,750 p.a. inclusive of London Weighting + excellent benefitsContract Length: PermanentApplication Process: CV and Cover Letter Are you a passionate new business professional who can help us win the fight against cancer?About Cancer Research UKWithout government funding, we rely solely on donations from the public and our partners to continue our life saving research. We have an ambitious aim of seeing 3 in 4 people survive cancer by 2034 and to do this we need to accelerate our progress. It's going to take hard work to get there - but our High Value Supporter Partnerships Team have an ambitious strategy to help us reach this goal.About the roleThe High Value Supporter Partnerships Team are experts in securing and delivering industry-leading events, partnerships and campaigns. We work with high value individuals and partners to deliver unique and bespoke events and activities across a range of sectors. Our team have had great successes over the past few years and we are set for further growth with some exciting new events and partnerships on the horizon. We are now looking for an outstanding New Business Manager to join our inspiring team and support us in our growth. You'll work innovatively to secure partnerships that not only generate income, but deliver against our core purpose, saving more lives, and bringing forward the day when all cancers are cured.Day to day you'll be involved in...Developing and owning opportunities within an exciting range of sectors - from sport to musicDesigning bespoke, innovative propositions and approaching new high value prospectsLeading on pitching and negotiation About you If you're a self-motivated individual with experience in partnerships, corporate fundraising, marketing, sales or transferable headhunting or lead generation skills then you could be the person we're looking for. You'll also bring to the role a mix of...Experience building long-term effective working relationships with senior stakeholdersExcellent presentation skillsInfluencing and negotiation skillsCreativity and vision for how partnerships can deliver mutual benefit beyond income What's in it for you?This is an exciting time to join Cancer Research UK as our high value fundraising teams grow. This role also allows you the opportunity to work on securing innovative and bespoke partnerships and comes with plenty of variety as you will work across a number of sectors. We can also offer you...Learning & development opportunities that are tailored to youA wonderful culture where everyone feels valued25 days leave per annum with the option to buy 5 extra daysExcellent pension schemeLife assuranceSeason ticket loanVolunteering opportunitiesFantastic work/life balance and flexible working If you're as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career, as we save lives and add years. Please see the following link for a full role profile: Closing Date: Ongoing, so please don't hesitate to submit your application Please note that this role is internally known as New Partnerships Manager. At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.
Cancer Research UK London, UK
23/03/2019
Full time
Salary: Circa £35,000 p.a. (dependent on location) + excellent benefitsLondon office-based or Home based (anywhere in UK)Full time, Permanent roleJob description: Closing Date: Should you be interested in this role do not delay your application as we will be reviewing applications on an on-going basis, and we aim to have 1st stage phone interviews within 7 days of any shortlisted applications being received. Are you a sharp minded, solutions focused individual who can help us bring forward the day when all cancers are cured? We are looking for a Volunteering Compliance Manager to champion the needs of our volunteers, providing an expert voice amongst internal stakeholder teams, and owning all relevant policies and guidelines. You will ensure the processes the Charity use involving volunteers comply with our best practice guidelines and are within relevant legislation. Join our collective force and help us lead the way through your:Ability to handle complex and challenging situations involving volunteers, ensuring best practice is followed.Understanding of safeguarding and its importance in the charity sector.Understanding and experience of handling the breadth of HR, legal and risk challenges posed by working with volunteersAbility to engage and win people over; conveying complex ideas succinctly and persuasively Ability to act as a compliance expert, providing advice & guidance to ensure that we are legally compliant with national legislative standards Here at Cancer Research UK, we aim to save more lives by preventing, controlling and curing cancer sooner. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, and our 3,500 people work relentlessly every day towards this goal. We're looking for someone with:Strategic thinking with the ability to challenge constructivelyAbility to handle challenging and emotive topics Ability to positively and effectively influence internal and external audiencesAbility to recognise and value the contribution of supportersExperience of working in partnership with key service departmentsProven experience of investigating and resolving complex queriesExcellent interpersonal, listening and reporting skillsConfident communication & networking skills If you can do all this and more, you will enjoy a great career as we work hard to beat cancer sooner.
Cancer Research UK London, UK
22/03/2019
Contractor
Research Engagement Manager, Research & Development Location: London, Angel or home-based with regular travel to AngelContract: 1 year FTC, part time - 3 days per weekSalary: £32k - £35k (full time equivalent) + benefits Application Process: please submit both a CV and cover letter. Closing date: 7th April. Telephone interviews will take place on a rolling basis. Are you a creative and driven individual looking to develop your career and make a difference?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Cancer Research UK's Research Engagement team connects people with the life-saving research we fund. We create memorable opportunities for communication and face-to-face engagement about cancer research, so that our supporters and the wider public understand and value the role of research in beating cancer and go on to take action in support of CRUK's mission. The team of 13 Research Engagement Managers are each based in one of the CRUK-funded research locations across the UK. Supported by a small management team, they build local relationships, train researchers, organise events, create social media content and devise interactive activities. We work across the organisation with colleagues from Fundraising, Communications, Policy and Information to ensure that supporters can engage with CRUK research in inspiring and creative ways. Research is the way CRUK is beating cancer. Connecting people to that research helps us to continue our life-saving work. We are looking for an ambitious team-player to help us take research engagement to priority individuals and groups whose engagement needs are not being met by lab visits and events delivered at or near our research locations. You will:Use insight to develop new projects and experiences that bring CRUK's research to life for our supportersLead the development of new activities with a particular focus on engaging supporters outside of events at our research locations, for example through using digital, face-to-face or broadcast approaches to bring the science to lifeDevelop scalable, adaptable and impactful engagement activities and events that support our growing philanthropic fundraising functionWork with colleagues across multiple teams to develop, deliver and evaluate engagement activities and experiences that can be rolled-out nationally. To see a full job description, please . Join us and help save more lives through your... Engagement experience - leading innovative programmes of engagement activities, to inspire and connect the public to science, research and new ideas Previous experience of developing and testing new products and formatsNetworking and stakeholder management skillsStrong written and verbal communication and presentation skills Beating cancer is a real challenge. Here at Cancer Research UK we have 3,500 talented people who are passionate about achieving this vision and thrive in our complex, diverse and dynamic environment. If you're as ambitious as we are, join the world's largest charity dedicated to beating cancer through research.
Cancer Research UK United Kingdom
22/03/2019
Full time
Salary - £24,000 - £28,000 + car allowance + Excellent Benefits 2 x positions available: 1 x Home-based mainly covering Glasgow, Ayrshire and Lanarkshire 1 x Home-based mainly covering Perth, Stirling and Falkirk Please note, the post-holder will need to be located within the area for easy access and travel around the patch. Application method: CV and cover letter Are you a fundraising or sales professional ready to help us beat cancer sooner? Due to continued growth and expansion within the team, we're looking for an ambitious, confident and engaging Community & Corporate Fundraiser based in areas around Scotland to... Recruit, manage, and support volunteer fundraisers within the community, helping them to reach their fundraising potential Identify and develop new relationships with corporate supporters, fundraising groups and high potential individuals Inspire and bring out the best in our supporters, corporate partnerships and fundraising groups, engaging them with Cancer Research UK's life-saving work over the long term Enable our supporters to achieve their ambitious fundraising goals Be an ambassador for CRUK in the community, working with colleagues and volunteers to unlock new opportunities. We're a team that combines experience from the private, public and third sector and we're looking for someone to join us with... Proven experience of exceeding targets and working to Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Excellent ability to motivate, inspire and influence people Strong networking skills and proven ability to build long-lasting relationships Proven ability to track and report on income Flexibility and willingness to travel where needed to support events. We want you to help us build great relationships with our supporters and to help them achieve their fundraising ambitions, allowing us to grow our department's annual income of over £42 million. This is a rewarding and fast-paced role, in a regional home-based team.. No two days will be the same as you'll be working with individuals, groups and corporates, supporting them with their fundraising ambitions. The regional team is part of a growing national team, offering brilliant career development opportunities for talented individuals. To apply, please visit our website via the button below. Closing Date: 27th March 2019, 23:55pm Interviews: 2nd of April 2019
Cancer Research UK Islington, London N1 2BN, UK
22/03/2019
Full time
Research Engagement Manager, Research & Development Location: London, Angel or home-based with regular travel to Angel Contract: 1 year FTC, part time - 3 days per week Salary: £32k - £35k (full time equivalent) + benefits Application Process: please submit both a CV and cover letter. Closing date: 7th April. Telephone interviews will take place on a rolling basis. Are you a creative and driven individual looking to develop your career and make a difference? Cancer Research UK's Research Engagement team connects people with the life-saving research we fund. We create memorable opportunities for communication and face-to-face engagement about cancer research, so that our supporters and the wider public understand and value the role of research in beating cancer and go on to take action in support of CRUK's mission. The team of 13 Research Engagement Managers are each based in one of the CRUK-funded research locations across the UK. Supported by a small management team, they build local relationships, train researchers, organise events, create social media content and devise interactive activities. We work across the organisation with colleagues from Fundraising, Communications, Policy and Information to ensure that supporters can engage with CRUK research in inspiring and creative ways. Research is the way CRUK is beating cancer. Connecting people to that research helps us to continue our life-saving work. We are looking for an ambitious team-player to help us take research engagement to priority individuals and groups whose engagement needs are not being met by lab visits and events delivered at or near our research locations. You will: Use insight to develop new projects and experiences that bring CRUK's research to life for our supporters Lead the development of new activities with a particular focus on engaging supporters outside of events at our research locations, for example through using digital, face-to-face or broadcast approaches to bring the science to life Develop scalable, adaptable and impactful engagement activities and events that support our growing philanthropic fundraising function Work with colleagues across multiple teams to develop, deliver and evaluate engagement activities and experiences that can be rolled-out nationally. To see a full job description, please click here. Join us and help save more lives through your... Engagement experience - leading innovative programmes of engagement activities, to inspire and connect the public to science, research and new ideas Previous experience of developing and testing new products and formats Networking and stakeholder management skills Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills Beating cancer is a real challenge. Here at Cancer Research UK we have 3,500 talented people who are passionate about achieving this vision and thrive in our complex, diverse and dynamic environment. If you're as ambitious as we are, join the world's largest charity dedicated to beating cancer through research.
Cancer Research UK London, UK
22/03/2019
Full time
Face to Face Fundraisers Salary: £22,470 to £25,750 p.a. pro rata inclusive of London Weighting + excellent benefits Contract length: 6 month fixed-term contract Positions available: 5 Location: London (Based at different sites and venues, on a changing weekly rota, in and around London and the Southeast.*) Working hours: 35 per week Are you a motivated and sharp minded individual with the confidence and experience of engaging with the public that can help us beat cancer sooner? We are looking for 5 Face to Face Fundraisers to play a crucial role, in a brand new in-house fundraising team, inspiring members of the public to become regular financial supporters of CRUK. As a Face to Face Fundraiser you will: Be based in private site venues (e.g. train stations, shopping centres) and events in and around London and the Southeast, working in different locations on a rota basis Be part of a small team engaging with the public to make regular donations to CRUK via direct debit Share engaging stories of CRUK's achievements and goals. We're game changers. Here at Cancer Research UK, we aim to save more lives by preventing, controlling and curing cancer sooner. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, and our 3,500 people work relentlessly towards this goal. Now we need 5 Face to Face Fundraisers to engage with members of the public to become regular financial supporters of CRUK. To be successful in this role you will have: Excellent communications and customer relation skills The ability to work under pressure towards targets and success criteria A true passion for delivering excellent customer service Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport and influence a diverse audience Experience of delivering or achieving targets in a customer-based environment (desirable). Previous sales or face to face fundraising experience is desirable but not essential. If this describes you then you can enjoy a great career with us. Together we will beat cancer. Closing date: 25th March 2019, 23:55 To apply, please visit our website via the button below. * you will need to be able to travel by train from London to these different venues. At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner. Please note, from 2019, our head office will be relocating from Islington to a new office space in Stratford, close to the Olympic Park.