Salary £22,000 – £24,000 Pro rata for part time (dependent on experience)
Part time (minimum 20 hours a week) – flexible working considered
Based at British Liver Trust head office, Bournemouth; some home working considered
A world without liver disease – that’s our vision.
The British Liver Trust is the leading UK charity working to improve liver health. Liver disease is the only one of the five big killer diseases that continues to increase.
We are looking for an exceptional Data Officer to join the team. If you are passionate about good data, a great communicator and enjoy working on your own and as part of a team, you could be just what we are looking for.
The Data Officer is a new role, reporting in to our Database Manager, and ensuring that our data is managed effectively, supporting the charity’s ambitious growth plans – to support more people affected by a liver condition, and campaign for improvements to the nation’s liver health.
You will support the strategic transformation of our Raiser’s Edge database to enable the optimisation of our supporter communications, and ensure that our importing, cleansing and housekeeping of the database is of a high standard.
You must be able to demonstrate success in a similar role. This is an exciting opportunity to join a passionate and committed team, to help demonstrate the impact of our work and deliver great supporter care.
Download the Job Description here: Data Officer
Please apply by emailing the following to email@example.com
- a covering letter addressed to Audrey Cornelius, Head of Fundraising, referring specifically to the Job Description and explaining clearly how your experience, skills and knowledge make you suitable for the role
- an up to date CV
Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 30th June 2021
Interviews: Wednesday 7th July via zoom or at our Bournemouth office, subject to Covid guidelines
Salary £31,000 (FTE) Pro rata for part time – Equivalent to NHS Nursing Pay Band 5/6 (dependent on experience)
25-37.5 hours per week
Home based, with occasional meetings in our Bournemouth office, or office based.
With over 30 years’ experience, British Liver Trust is the leading liver charity for adults in the UK. The Trust works to transform liver health through increased awareness, prevention, improved care and support.
- Do you want to be a part of a dynamic and innovative nurse-led team?
- Do you want flexible hours, no nights or shift work?
- Do you want an excellent pension scheme?
- Do you want to be part of an organisation that impacts liver health nationally?
- Are you considering a move out of the NHS but have reservations?
- Contact Rebecca, our nurse manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat
The Trust has an exciting opportunity (flexible hours up to 37.5 per week) to join our dynamic Nurse led support service team. We provide a range of information and support to anyone affected by liver disease. The successful candidate will have at least three years’ experience in hepatology, gastroenterology/liver related nursing, with a good knowledge of liver disease and its treatments, must be a registered Nurse with the NMC and have an up to date nursing PIN.
The successful candidate will be able to work as part of a team that provides a service from 10.00am to 6.00pm on some weekdays (until 3.30pm on others, and not need to cover all hours), on a rota basis, and will either be able to work from home (all equipment provided) or from our Bournemouth office.
Primarily the postholder will:
- Provide a range of information and support in a variety of formats to anyone affected by liver disease, including families and carers, in a customised, sensitive and appropriate manner via the nurse – led helpline and email service.
- Moderate our online liver health community forum and provide input when required.
In addition, the post holder will:
- Work with other team members to provide information on liver disease to the general public and health care professionals.
- Attend Support Groups, Information Days and support our ‘Love your Liver’ awareness events, including fibroscanning (training provided if required).
- Keep abreast of research and clinical developments, trends, current opinions, guidelines and other initiatives in the field of liver health and related conditions.
- Represent the British Liver Trust at sector events.
We are an equal opportunities employer and would be particularly pleased to hear from candidates from minority group backgrounds.
Full job description here: Liver Health Nurse Advisor
Please apply by emailing a CV and covering letter to email@example.com addressed to Rebecca West, Liver Nurse Information Manager, explaining how your experience, skills and knowledge make you suitable for this role, with particular relevance to the Job Description.