We’re Anthony Nolan and we save the lives of people with blood cancer who need a stem cell transplant.
We’re unique. Thanks to the incredible donors on our register, our pioneering research and our passionate fundraisers, we give the chance of life to three people a day.
But we won’t stop there. We want to be there for everyone who needs a transplant; from finding a match, through every step of a patient’s transplant journey. And together we can reach the remarkable day when we can save the lives of everyone with blood cancer.
And now we want you to join our lifesaving team. We are looking for a Patient and Family Engagement Coordinator to join our Patient Services Team.
Title: Patient and Family Engagement Coordinator
Salary: £30,000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location: Hampstead, North London
As a Patient and Family Engagement Coordinator, you will be key to delivering our strategic aim of providing outstanding services for stem cell transplant patients and their families.
This patient-facing role will support stem cell patients and their families through all our communication channels (our helpline, Patients & Families Forum, social media activity) and by connecting them to our range of Patient Services, including our information resources and Grants.
This role will also seek opportunities to encourage patients and family members to share their insight and experience of transplant across our platforms (blogs, podcast, films) to promote greater understanding of stem cell transplant and further engagement with Anthony Nolan.
What’s in it for you?
Release your remarkable, join our team and give someone a chance of life.
Anthony Nolan is an equal opportunities & living wage accredited employer.
All applicants must be able to demonstrate the right to work in the UK.
You may have experience of the following: Patient Services, Helpline, Online Forums, Health, Social Care, Third Sector, Voluntary Sector, Not for Profit, NFP etc
Permanent - Full Time
£30,000 per annum
35 hours per week
Thursday, 1 August 2019
Thursday, 15 August 2019