2 x Development Officers (1 x North Wales and 1 X South Wales)
The British Liver trust offer patient information and support, liver health awareness, campaigning and research to improve services for all liver conditions.
- Salary: 22.5 hours per week FTE £23,900 Per Annum (post 1 April 2018)
- Contract Type: Fixed Term 2 years
- Location: Home based with travel across Wales
- Closing Date: 24/01/2018
The British Liver Trust is looking for 2 x Development Officers to work on an exciting new project in Wales – 1 to cover North Wales and 1 to cover South Wales.
The purpose of the role is to co-ordinate the British Liver Trust’s Love Your Liver events and to develop links with the liver health care professionals across South Wales their region in order to raise awareness of liver disease and risk factors as well as promote liver health locally.
The post holder will be expected to work closely with British Liver Trust colleagues. Collaboration is encouraged with colleagues doing similar work in Scotland, and other areas of the UK, in due course.
They will be the main point of contact in South Wales for support groups and Love your Liver events in this their region.
The post holder will work with the Public Affairs and Engagement Manager to identify potential opportunities for fundraising, media engagement, volunteers and available local grants.
The post holder will work closely with people with liver disease, their families and carers, Clinical Teams, health and social care professionals and representatives of local third sector and statutory agencies involved in or associated with the liver health field, predominantly across South Wales their region but may be required to travel to other parts of Wales occasionally to support with other projects and events. The post holder will ensure that the Public Affairs and Engagement Manager is informed and kept up to date about these contacts for larger BLT British Liver Trust campaigns and events across Wales.
If you have the drive to make a difference within our organisation we look forward to hearing from you.
For any questions or further discussion about this role please contact Angie Contestabile, Public Affairs and Engagement Manager (Wales) on