About us Vacancies Vacancies Devon Support Tutor, Part time Do you live with a long-term health condition or are you a carer to someone who does? Join our team and help transform people’s lives. self management uk is a charity that provides support and training to people with long-term health conditions, such as arthritis, diabetes, lung disease and heart conditions. We also provide training and support to carers of people with long term conditions. The support and training we provide makes a significant difference to our course attendees and helps them to manage the day-to-day impact of living with a long-term condition or supporting someone who does. Our community-based courses are delivered by our team of valued volunteers and support tutors and we are increasing our team of bank support tutors in Devon. Once trained, our support tutors facilitate and deliver our courses to groups of participants in the local community, helping course participants to feel more confident and in control of managing their health conditions or supporting those they care for. Each individual training session runs for 2½ hours (with additional preparation and set down time) and a full course usually runs for 3 or 6 weeks. Our courses are being planned to run in East, North and West Devon. Ideally, our Support Tutors will be willing to travel to all of these areas and commit to deliver a minimum of 4 or more full courses each year. We provide full training, on completion of which you will become an Accredited Tutor. We continue to provide on-going support and development and the opportunity to join a vibrant network of interesting people, all committed to supporting self-management. If you have good communication and listening skills, are highly organised, able to perform some administrative tasks, have experience of managing a long term condition (or supporting someone who does) or simply have a passion for helping others making major life adjustments due to health problems, please contact us. If you are interested in finding out more you can visit our website, contact us on 03333 445 840 or email us a copy of your CV and cover letter to HR@selfmanagementuk.org. Successful candidates will undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check before commencement in the role. Fundraising Manager, Full or Part-time (minimum 3 days per week), Salary: £40,000 per annum (pro-rata) Location: The role is predominantly home based but will require regular travel to our Head Office in Southwark, London and national meetings self management uk is a charity that provides support and training to people with long-term health conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, lung disease and heart conditions. The support and training we provide makes a significant difference to our course attendees and helps them to manage the day-to-day impact of living with a long-term condition or supporting someone who does. Now in our 15th year we are looking to generate income from fundraising whilst developing an effective fundraising capability within the Charity. Previously a Community Interest Company we are recognised as the market leading national charity within our field of work. We are seeking a self-motivated and ambitious Fundraiser to join our team at this exciting time as we develop and implement our fundraising strategy. We are a relatively new Senior Management Team, small in size, but with a successful track record and big ambitions and are looking for a Fundraiser to join us, working with the Chief Executive to define the charity’s fundraising strategy whilst being able to generate income aligned with our strategic priorities. You will need to have an excellent understanding of the charity sector and fundraising market and have a successful track record of submitting excellent fundraising applications and proposals. Whilst you may not currently be in a management position we are looking for someone who wants to develop their career. We offer you the opportunity to be a part of a new area of work for the charity, to build an effective and successful fundraising capability, work with a dynamic, passionate and talented team of staff and volunteers, as well as contributing to making a vital difference to people living with long term conditions who are at the centre of everything that we do. The role is predominately home-based but will require regular travel to our Head Office in Southwark and to meetings with potential funders (national). The position is offered as a full time role but we are willing to consider applications from those wishing to work part time hours (minimum 3 days per week). For more information about our charity, click here. For a copy of the role description please click here. To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for submission of applications is Friday 7 July 2017. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 18 July 2017 (London).