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March 2019
Chief Executive

Haemochromatosis UK is recruiting a new Chief Executive as part of a wider process to develop a Senior Management Team.

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March 2019
Education Programme Manager

Full Time
Salary £32,000 – £38,000

We are seeking to recruit into an exciting new role. Our Education Programme Manager will be based either at our Rugby office (CV21) or possibly work remotely. We are looking for a well-organised, highly literate and confident individual with initiative to take responsibility for the development and delivery of our new initially 3-year funded Genetic Haemochromatosis Education Programme (GHEP).

GHEP is an important new initiative to educate healthcare professionals across community, primary and hospital healthcare environments about haemochromatosis (iron overload) with the objective of measurably improving the average speed and lowering the average age of diagnosis. By increasing understanding of the condition across the NHS we will also help to improve patient pathways and prognoses. The post is a unique opportunity to lead on the formulation and delivery of a project that will have direct and significant impact on the lives of patients. Our aspiration is that beyond the initial 3-year timeframe the work and this post will become permanent.

You will be part of a dynamic, growing and enthusiastic team. This is an outstanding opportunity to shape a new role and to help shape a continually developing organisation.

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Previous Vacancies (last 2 years)

Part Time bookkeeper
January 2019

Communications Officer
August 2018

Information for prospective applicants: What is Haemochromatosis UK?

Haemochromatosis UK is a charity and patient organisation dedicated to supporting people with haemochromatosis, a genetic condition that leads to toxic iron overload. We also work to raise public awareness, stimulate research, and educate healthcare professionals.  To learn more please explore this site.