Cancer Research UK

£28,750 - £32,000 yearly
Cancer Research UK London EC1V, UK
May 22, 2019
Contract
Do you have what it takes to be part of our exciting, sector leading Legacy Supporter Engagement Marketing team?  Here at Cancer Research UK we’re game-changers, developing newer, kinder treatments and getting closer to cures every day, doubling survival rates in the last 40 years. We're excited by the work we do and the potential it holds and we’re looking for an exceptional individual to join us to deliver exciting, innovative campaigns and projects through a variety of channels to take our legacy marketing to new heights across our supporters and the general public. We have ambitious plans and, within our Legacy Supporter Engagement Team, currently need a brilliant, experienced Senior Marketing Executive to help us get there. You’ll be focusing on reaching new audiences and inspiring people to support our work through a gift in their Will. Every day we achieve extraordinary things by being innovative, imaginative and bold in our work. Join us today and as Senior Marketing Executive you will help pioneer more tomorrows through your... proven experience of copywriting and digital marketing ability to motivate and influence through outstanding communication skills ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in a pressured environment, identifying best use of time and resource ability to use audience and data insight to develop relevant and compelling campaigns positive, enthusiastic approach to each new challenge outstanding data management skills solution-driven attitude significant marketing campaign experience across audiences Gifts in Wills are vital to Cancer Research UK’s mission to move to 3 in 4 people surviving their cancer diagnosis by 2034 so if you are driven, talented and excited by the chance to use your outstanding skills to help secure a future free from the fear of cancer then we want to hear from you. You will need to understand the communication needs of our audience and have demonstrable experience of multiple marketing channels to help drive insight led supporter journeys. Working as part of a busy multi-disciplinary team you will need to be pro-active with a keen eye for detail and outstanding communication skills. You’ll enjoy analysing results and using insight to form your campaigns. You won’t be afraid to try new ideas or working hard towards a common goal. It will be your job to create compelling marketing collateral that will help us connect with our current supporters and with those we have still to reach, bringing them closer to our work by building trust and sharing progress. If you think you can help inspire our supporters to increase their support to us in a powerful yet sensitive way then please apply today.
£18,000 yearly
Cancer Research UK Home-based
May 22, 2019
Contract
Do you possess the motivation to help us drive towards our goal of seeing three-quarters of people with cancer surviving the disease by 2034?   We need a Design & Communications Executive to… Provide an innovative design service to the Volunteer Fundraising department Represent Cancer Research UK’s brand and tone of voice Creative inspiring fundraising and marketing materials for supporters, groups and committees and CRUK staff.   Cancer Research UK is leading pioneering, life-saving research and our long-term ambition is to see 3 in 4 people with cancer survive the disease by 2034.   Our Volunteer Fundraising Communications Team at Cancer Research UK takes the lead in both internal and external communications to our staff, supporters and groups and committees.   We need a Design and Communications Executive for an initial six-month contract to support our team with design requests so that we are engaging our communities in the work that we do as much as we possibly can.   Join our collective force and help us lead the way through your: Experience of interpreting design briefs to create inspiring fundraising and marketing materials Understanding of and experience in the implementation of brand guidelines Experience of liaising with print suppliers and an understanding of the print management process.   Our relentless drive to beating cancer means that we’re constantly trying new avenues, which means you’ll be innovative and open-minded to new ways of working.
£22,500 yearly
Cancer Research UK London EC1V, UK
May 22, 2019
Contract
We’re looking for a reliable and friendly individual with a good eye for detail and excellent organisational skills to join our team. This is a unique opportunity for someone looking to start their career in the charity world and gain a comprehensive understanding of operational processes needed to function successfully and build a solid foundation of knowledge about our different high-value audiences. We’re game changers. Here at Cancer Research UK, we aim to save more lives by preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer. 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. Now we need a Supporter Experience Assistant to assist the wider team by providing a wide range of  administrative and logistical support to deliver a varied programme of cultivation and stewardship activities that engage and inspire our supporters. We are approaching a very exciting phase in our new high-value fundraising strategy and are in the process of setting up a myriad of new opportunities for our supporters. You will be responsible for... Coordinating and delivering several print and digital communication mailings, including administration, mail merging, proofreading and working with fundraisers Create and deliver thank you letters for donations on behalf of fundraisers Support the wider team with specific projects including milestone recognition, printing and binding of reports, our stewardship framework and naming and recognition policy Raise purchase orders and track finance expenditure for the team Ensure accurate record keeping by updating the database to capture relevant touchpoints with our supporters Undertake basic logistical tasks by scheduling meetings, creating agendas and posting of letters and gifts. You will have strong organisation and communication skills, a keen eye for detail and excellent service delivery will be key to being successful within the position and enable us to plan and deliver our supporter’s a world-leading experience as effectively and efficiently as possible. You can help us save millions of lives through your... Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent organisation and prioritisation skills Strong administrative skills Ability to adapt to changing team needs and organisational environment  Experience of using a database Excellent interpersonal skills Computer literacy – confident user of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel). What we offer… Learning & development opportunities that are tailored to you A wonderful culture where everyone feels valued: 100% of the Philanthropy & Campaign team would recommend CRUK as a good place to work 25 days leave per annum with the option to buy 5 extra days Excellent pension scheme Life assurance Season ticket loan Volunteering opportunities Fantastic work/life balance and flexible working. If you’re as ambitious as we are, join our collective force and enjoy an excellent career with us. Together we will beat cancer.
£34,000 - £37,000 yearly
Cancer Research UK Angel, London, UK
May 20, 2019
Permanent
Commissioning Editor ( British Journal of Cancer ) Angel, London (relocating to Stratford in Q4 2019)   Early application is strongly encouraged as we will be closing to new applications as soon as we have a shortlist for interview. Are you a collaborative individual looking to bring your experience to an academic publishing environment? The Reviews Editor will have a passion for cancer research and be responsible for driving forward the commissioning, content management and development of the  British Journal of Cancer (BCJ) BJC  is an international journal that publishes research describing significant advances in clinical and translational cancer research. It also publishes high-quality reviews and thought-provoking comment on all aspects of cancer research so our Reviews Editor plays an important role in  BJC 's communication with the scientific and medical communities. We are looking for a self-motivated individual to… Identify opportunities for  BJC  to better serve the Journal's cancer research community audience by staying up-to-date with the latest news and innovations in cancer research Commission reviews in line with the strategic priorities of  BJC Maintain strong working relationships with the Editor in Chief, Managing Editor and Editorial Assistants Commission editorials, news and research highlights in translational and clinical cancer research Support  BJC 's online presence through the website and assistance with social media channels To view a full job description please visit our website. BJC  publishes research across all cancer types and has a particular focus on metastasis, microenvironment, metabolism, immunology and immunotherapy, targeted and next-generation therapeutics, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, mechanisms of resistance, clinical trials, epidemiology, genomics and precision medicine, epigenomics and state-of-the art diagnostic approaches. To join us in the role we are looking for an individual with… A PhD or equivalent in a biomedical discipline Prior experience in scientific, technical and healthcare publishing Experience of commissioning and editing of reviews for an academic journal An understanding of the cancer research field Excellent written and verbal communication skills If you're as ambitious as we are, you can enjoy a great career with us as, together, we bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
£30,000 - £36,000 yearly
Cancer Research UK London, UK
May 10, 2019
Contract
Do you have an analytical eye and a passion for interpreting data? Are you a reporting, data or MI Analyst with Excel / VBA / Power BI skills and are motivated to help us drive towards our goal of beating cancer? Cancer Research UK is dedicated to saving lives by preventing, controlling and curing over two hundred types of cancer. This is possible thanks to the passion and commitment of the thousands of dedicated supporters who share our vision. By joining our team as a Reporting Analyst you will contribute to that supporter experience by helping us to deliver our service effectively and accurately, providing reporting and analytical support to our team. Help us bring forward the day when all cancers are cured through your ability to... Develop our Portfolio dashboard which is the strategic insight delivered for the Fundraising & Marketing Directorate Produce reports and provide management information Analysing reports to identify highlights and trends Improve efficiency of manual operational processes Identifying areas for improvement and making recommendations Developing detailed, 'hands on' knowledge of your area Work with multiple senior stakeholders to create strategic reports, KPIs and develop further insight. Our vision is to create an environment in which we treat every contact with our supporters as an opportunity to support income generation and build deeper relationships, based on trust, personal service and the power of our cause. To take on this important role, we're looking for an individual who can give our supporters a world-class experience. Join us and pioneer more tomorrows through your... Demonstrable experience of compiling, producing and evaluating reports and providing analysis Experience building dashboards using analytical tools like Power BI or Tableau essential Detailed knowledge of Microsoft Office, including advanced Excel skills Knowledge of VBA required Proven experience of identifying systemic issues and trends and recognising their impact on both current and future work Good verbal and written communication skills The ability to interact with a wide-ranging audience and explain technical issues without using jargon Experience with SQL and R desirable. Our passion, determination and ambition lead us to continually challenge ourselves, which means you will be constantly striving to ensure we are optimising our culture and people. Through your ability to collaborate at all levels, to interpret and act upon data and to suggest improvements you will help us to realise our ambitious service targets. If you join our dynamic team, you'll have a fantastic opportunity to really grow within the role and our organisation.   If this describes you, you can enjoy a great career with us as, together, we bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Closing date: Sunday 26th May 2019, 23:55 Please note that this role is internally known as Planning & Performance Analyst. As this is a contract position, we are ideally looking for candidates who would be able to start by mid-June.
£30,000 - £70,000 yearly
Cancer Research UK Islington, London, UK
Apr 29, 2019
Permanent
Here at Cancer Research UK, our Engineering team is expanding. We are looking for a variety of creative and innovative Developers at all levels (Developer, Senior and Lead) to join the team on a permanent basis and help beat cancer sooner. Our key ambition is to drive our extraordinary tech stack even further and continue winning exclusive awards. Through your coding expertise, you'll work with a variety of teams across CRUK to create and advise on a wide range of initiatives, from the CRUK website through to grant management systems and new fundraising platforms. We have fantastic technology professionals across all our tech teams, who are not only fantastic at what they do, but are also passionate about our main aim of beating cancer sooner. Are you ready to join us? Who are we? CRUK has an ambitious approach to Engineering. Our in-house software solutions include a custom-built Content Management platform, Event and Activity Management web applications, Online Fundraising platform, Ecommerce, mobile apps and of course numerous websites. These are business critical systems under continual agile development, operating at scale for millions of users. Our Software Engineering team consists of three different levels of Developer: Developer, Senior Developer and Lead Developer. We operate using  PHP ,  JavaScript  and  .NET , so will be looking for experience in one or more of these languages. What   will   I   be   doing? In these Developer roles, we are looking for self-motivated individuals who will be responsible for... crafting and building online software applications working collaboratively within a product delivery team and taking responsibility for developing high quality code, embracing and ensuring best practice, while looking for new and improved approaches to technical challenges contributing to the creation of designs and solutions for products across the digital estate, perhaps with very little upfront information developing code, adhering to standards and using Lean and Agile principles. What   are   we   looking   for? We are looking for front-end and back-end developers and will give you the opportunity to learn our stack which includes PHP (Symfony & Drupal), JavaScript (React & Node) and .NET Core. Candidates at all levels should have strong core skills and an ability to adapt those skills to new libraries and frameworks. Equally, all applicants will be expected to evidence that they can write clean, readable and properly tested code based on tried and tested design patterns. Cloud natives are highly desirable and any knowledge of AWS services, various SQL and noSQL databases, as well as queues such as Kafka and other backend components, are a definite advantage. To join us in this role, we're looking for our future team members to have a mix of the following technologies, and at various levels of ability (please take a look at the candidate packs for more information): Experience of appropriate software development methodologies and standard methodologies e.g. Agile Consistent track record of understanding business problems and translating them into solution designs using creativity and pragmatism A developed customer focus, with really good communication skills outside of technology For the Lead role, we'll be looking for you to have experience of managing a team of developers Creativity - you'll likely be tasked with finding creative solutions to quite complex problems, sometimes with very little upfront information, so being able to thrive under these circumstances is critical What's   in   it   for   me? We want to bring our Developers in on a permanent basis so that we can continue to build a culture of support, creativity and learning within the dev team. Iteration and flexibility are key, and you'll have all the autonomy you need to do your best work. Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, and we need incredible technology professionals to find new and exciting ways of supporting our supporters on their journey to help us raise money. We have a solid history within our tech teams of encouraging movement across the charity to help you grow, both personally and professionally. In addition, you'll get: 25 days annual leave a year plus public holidays An incredibly strong tech stack The chance to develop state of the art, innovative technical solutions to complex problems Competitive pension scheme A brilliant learning and development environment   If this describes you, you can enjoy a phenomenal career with us as, together, we bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. For more detailed information, please see the candidate packs for the available roles below: Front End Developers (JavaScript): https://adobe.ly/2UsMKEw Back End Developers (PHP): https://adobe.ly/2Giuske .NET Developers: https://adobe.ly/2KNRo0f