Ovarian Cancer Action (OCA) was founded in 2006, with a single purpose: to fund research to prevent women dying from ovarian cancer. We fund world-class scientific research leading to innovative treatments and progressive solutions. We campaign to ensure women and healthcare providers know the risk factors, symptoms and treatment options to enable informed and rapid action. Despite being the UK’s deadliest gynaecological cancer, claiming a woman’s life every two hours, ovarian cancer remains an underfunded and overlooked disease. And that’s not ok with us. In fact, diseases like breast cancer had better survival rates five decades ago than ovarian cancer does in 2019. That’s why we raise awareness of the disease amongst healthcare professionals and the general public, fight to put women’s health firmly on the political agenda, and campaign for change.
We are based at 8-12 Camden High Street, London, NW1 0JH. Our office-based team is made up of 20 talented staff members plus volunteers, all of whom work hard to spread our message, campaign for change, and generate the vital funds we need to support the scientific innovators who will help beat ovarian cancer. We have a broad network of vital supporters, from community fundraisers and corporate partners, to our family of Voices who champion the cause across the UK.
Our mission is to stop women dying of ovarian cancer but we can’t do it alone. We mobilise people to take action, to spread the word, to tell their stories, and raise the vital funds we need to beat the disease once and for all.
About the Marketing Manager:
We are going through a busy growth period in the Marcomms team and are looking for an outstanding and broadly skilled Marketing Manager to lead the development and delivery of a variety of high-impact marketing campaigns across the charity, from fundraising to raising awareness. You will be an exceptional communicator and relationship builder and work effectively alongside digital, PR and colleagues from across the organisation to plan and prioritise marketing activity based on audience need and insight; with the main purpose to make the biggest positive difference possible to women with ovarian cancer. We work in a highly collaborative way and are supportive of each other to ensure we are reaching our ambitious growth plans.
Our deadline for the role is Friday 10th May, however we may contact you sooner to discuss the role if you meet the requirements, so please send your application in beforehand. If we find a suitable candidate to carry out the role, we reserve the right to end the recruitment process earlier than Friday 10th May. We will aim to respond to each applicant, however if you do not hear from us within 10 working days of the deadline, we will not be considering you for this role, however we encourage you to keep updated with our vacancies on our website, or through our various social media activities.