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Brainstrust Support Specialist – Non-Malignant Brain Tumours

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We are seeking a Support Specialist who will be integral to our mission to help people with a brain tumour to be less isolated, better supported and more confident on their brain tumour journey.

Overview

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£26000

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Flexible options; WFH, Leeds, London, South Wales, Bristol, Liverpool

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Brainstrust is a charity dedicated to supporting individuals with brain tumours and their families. We focus on reducing isolation and boosting confidence throughout their journey. We offer the flexibility to work from home, hybrid or at our offices, ideally located in Leeds, London, South Wales, Bristol, or Liverpool. As a Support Specialist, you will join us at a pivotal time as we strive to reach out to the 80,000 people living with a brain tumour in the UK.

Role Summary:

  • Work under the guidance of our Director of Services to provide exceptional coaching and information services.
  • Enhance the wellbeing of individuals with non-malignant brain tumours by fostering empowerment and control.
  • Expand our community support through various channels including face-to-face interactions, online platforms, and social media engagement.
  • Organize and conduct workshops and events for patients and their caregivers.
  • Engage in continuous personal development through coaching and receive comprehensive training.
  • Collaborate with patients and caregivers to achieve the best outcomes.
  • Identify and refer fundraising opportunities to sustain the charity's initiatives.

Role Requirements:

  • Commitment to Brainstrust's mission of supporting brain tumour patients.
  • Flexibility in working location with a preference for certain geographic areas.
  • Strong interpersonal skills for coaching and community building.
  • Proactive in enhancing patient and caregiver wellbeing.
  • Able to identify fundraising leads to help maintain project sustainability.

For a detailed role description and to apply, please visit our careers page. The application deadline is 12th April 2024. We kindly request no agencies to contact us regarding this vacancy.

Brainstrust Support Specialist – Non-Malignant Brain Tumours

Flexible location – work from home / hybrid / Leeds, London, South Wales, Bristol or Liverpool

£26,000

We are seeking a Support Specialist who will be integral to our mission to help people with a brain tumour to be less isolated, better supported and more confident on their brain tumour journey.

There is flexibility here to suit your needs, preferences and experience. You could work from home, or at our office in Leeds. There is however a preference for geographical location in London, South Wales, Bristol or Liverpool areas.

What’s involved

Working closely with brainstrust’s Director of Services, you will be trained to deliver the Charity’s revered, impartial and impactful coaching and information service for people living with a non-malignant brain tumour, and their families.

You will instil empowerment and control in those living with a non-malignant brain tumour, dramatically improving their wellbeing. You will play a key role in helping us towards our vision to be readily available to as many of the 80,000 people in the UK who are living with a brain tumour, and their caregivers.

You will:

  • Continue to grow the impactful community for people with a non-malignant brain tumour through face to face, online, phone and email support, social media engagement and running workshops and events for brain tumour patients and their caregivers.
  • Be willing to coach and be coached. Rigorous support and recognised training will be provided.
  • Support with ensuring that every non-malignant brain tumour patient and their caregivers work with us to secure the best possible outcome.
  • Refer potential fundraising opportunities to relevant members of the brainstrust team to ensure the sustainability of the project.

To read the full role and person profile, and for information on how to apply please visit our careers page.

Closing date: 12th April 2024.

Please, strictly no agencies.

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