Cancer Research UK's Centres at Barts, UCL and King's
Are you a creative and driven individual looking to develop your career and make a difference?
Cancer Research UK’s Research Engagement team brings to life our life-saving research in communities across the UK, encouraging people to join us in the fight to beat cancer. We need a Research Engagement Manager in London to join our team in the capital. The REM will engage with local people and…
Plan and deliver a programme of local engagement activity, from lab tours and open days for the general public to bespoke events for high-value CRUK supporters.
Proactively raise the profile of Cancer Research UK’s brand within the Centre and in the locality.
Raise the Centre’s profile locally by planning and delivering an engaging programme of external communications.
Work with the other London REMs and high-profile cultural partners across London to identify creative and engaging ways of sharing research with new audiences.
Join the world’s largest charity dedicated to beating cancer through research.
Beating cancer is a real challenge. Here at Cancer Research UK we have 3,500 talented people who are passionate about achieving this vision and thrive in our complex, diverse and dynamic environment.
You can help us save millions of lives with your...
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to find creative ways to engage and inspire people with our life-saving research.
Strong presentation skills and experience of presenting complicated information to lay audiences and senior management.
Strong planning and organisational skills; event management experience an advantage.
Experience of working and delivering with a high level of autonomy but within national guidelines.
Experience of building strong, productive relationships with diverse audiences.
Your enthusiasm for beating cancer through research, which will encourage others to join us.
Our passion, determination and ambition lead us to set ourselves more and more challenging targets. This means you’ll be a self-starter with the ability to hit the ground running and thrive in a complex environment. If you can do all this and more, you’ll enjoy a great career as we work hard to beat cancer – together.
The closing date for applications is 12th April 2017.
First round interviews will take place w/c 24th April.