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Volunteering Department - 5 Vacancies

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 7 December, 12noon

  • Are you passionate about the important role volunteers play in supporting our local community? 
  • Do you have experience empowering people to make a real difference for a cause they believe in? 
  • Are you looking for a new challenge, in which you can lead a team of people to achieve amazing results? 
  • At Imperial Health Charity, we believe in the power and potential of volunteers – and we’re looking for passionate people who feel the same way. 

As the dedicated charity for one of the country’s largest NHS trusts, we manage a growing community of volunteers across five hospitals in north west London. Over the last five years we have developed a dynamic volunteering programme to help our hospitals while creating a rewarding experience for every volunteer who generously devotes their time to support our cause.  

Right now we’re embarking on an exciting new journey as we adapt to changes in the way healthcare is provided across the country. At this crucial moment, we’re looking for talented and focused people to join our volunteering team. We want to find passionate individuals who can make a real impact in the following roles: 

Volunteering Manager (Charing Cross Hospital) - £40,087

Hours: 35 hours per week, including evening and weekend working

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: £40,087- £44,306 (starting on £40,087 with potential to progress within the band based on annually reviewed performance)

Notice period: Two months

Probation period: Six months

Place of work: Charing Cross Hospital, Fulham Palace Road, London, W8 6RF

Reports to: Deputy Head of Volunteering

Direct reports: 1x Volunteering Officer

As the Volunteering Manager for Charing Cross Hospital you will be an inspiring and empowering leader of people; volunteers and staff, within the NHS Trust we support and provide a service to. You will ensure that we attract, recruit and retain the right numbers and calibre of volunteers so that we continue to deliver a high quality experience for patients, staff and visitors within our hospitals. The Volunteering Manager role is all about making sure that our volunteering opportunities provide mutual benefit to the volunteer and to our beneficiaries. You will play the leading role in designing and developing opportunities for volunteers from our local community to provide a valuable contribution to our hospitals and the work of our NHS Trust. In this role you will also take responsibility for an aspect of the way our volunteering journey is designed, leading development and innovation for all of our hospitals.

Read the full job pack for Volunteering Manager (Charing Cross Hospital)

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Volunteering Officer (Charing Cross Hospital) - £27,582

Hours: 35 hours per week, including evening and weekend working

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: £27,582- £30,486 (starting on £27,582 with potential to progress within the band based on annually reviewed performance)

Notice period: Six weeks

Probation period: Six months

Place of work: Charing Cross Hospital, Fulham Palace Road, London, W8 6RF

Reports to: Volunteering Manager (Charing Cross Hospital)

As the Volunteering Officer for Charing Cross Hospital you will lead important aspects of our volunteer journey, including the initial attraction and onboarding of new volunteers and being the first port of call for people interested in volunteering or working with us to engage volunteers. You will provide the administrative backbone of the team, ensuring that everything is well organised and co-ordinated to provide the best possible experience for everyone who engages with us.

Day to day you will manage systems which support how we work and relationships with people, establishing links with volunteers, hospital staff and contacts from within our local communities. You will work with the Volunteering Manager as a team to ensure that our volunteering opportunities provide mutual benefit to the volunteer and to our beneficiaries.

Read the full job pack for Volunteering Officer (Charing Cross Hospital)

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Volunteering Manager (Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea hospitals) - £40,087

Hours: 35 hours per week, including evening and weekend working

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: £40,087- £44,306 (starting on £40,087 with potential to progress within the band based on annually reviewed performance)

Notice period: Two months

Probation period: Six months

Place of work: Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital, Du Cane Road, London, W12 0HS

Reports to: Deputy Head of Volunteering

Direct reports: 1x Volunteering Officer

As the Volunteering Manager for Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea hospitals you will be an inspiring and empowering leader of people; volunteers and staff, within the NHS Trust we support and provide a service to. You will ensure that we attract, recruit and retain the right numbers and calibre of volunteers so that we continue to deliver a high quality experience for patients, staff and visitors within our hospitals. The Volunteering Manager role is all about making sure that our volunteering opportunities provide mutual benefit to the volunteer and to our beneficiaries. You will play the leading role in designing and developing opportunities for volunteers from our local community to provide a valuable contribution to our hospitals and the work of our NHS Trust. In this role you will also take responsibility for an aspect of the way our volunteering journey is designed, leading development and innovation for all of our hospitals.

Read the full job pack for Volunteering Manager (Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea hospitals)

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Volunteering Manager (St Mary's and Western Eye hospitals) - £40,087

Hours: 35 hours per week, including evening and weekend working

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: £40,087- £44,306 (starting on £40,087 with potential to progress within the band based on annually reviewed performance)

Notice period: Two months

Probation period: Six months

Place of work: St Mary's Hospital, Praed Street, London, W2 1NY

Reports to: Deputy Head of Volunteering

Direct reports: 1x Volunteering Officer

As the Volunteering Manager for St Mary's and Western Eye hospitals you will be an inspiring and empowering leader of people; volunteers and staff, within the NHS Trust we support and provide a service to. You will ensure that we attract, recruit and retain the right numbers and calibre of volunteers so that we continue to deliver a high quality experience for patients, staff and visitors within our hospitals. The Volunteering Manager role is all about making sure that our volunteering opportunities provide mutual benefit to the volunteer and to our beneficiaries. You will play the leading role in designing and developing opportunities for volunteers from our local community to provide a valuable contribution to our hospitals and the work of our NHS Trust. In this role you will also take responsibility for an aspect of the way our volunteering journey is designed, leading development and innovation for all of our hospitals.

Read the full job pack for Volunteering Manager (St Mary's and Western Eye hospitals)

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Volunteering Experience Manager - £40,087

Hours: 35 hours per week, including evening and weekend working

Contract type: Permanent

Salary: £40,087- £44,306 (starting on £40,087 with potential to progress within the band based on annually reviewed performance)

Notice period: Two months

Probation period: Six months

Place of work: Charing Cross Hospital, Fulham Palace Road, W6 8RF with travel between our three other offices at Edgware Road, Hammersmith Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital

Reports to: Head of Volunteering

As the Volunteering Experience Manager for Imperial Health Charity you will be passionate about ensuring all of our systems, processes, tools and activities which enable us to deliver our volunteering programme work efficiently and well together, as well as most importantly; provide an exceptional experience for the people who volunteer with us. You will manage activities, tools and services which span all of our hospital sites and activities in order to deliver a timely and consistent service to colleagues within the department and the NHS Trust we support.

Read the full job pack for Volunteering Experience Manager

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Arts Engagement Co-ordinator


Hours: Full time (35 hours per week, primarily Monday to Friday with flexibility to work evenings and weekends - including a minimum of one Saturday per month - as the role requires, for which time off in lieu will be given)

Salary: £27,582 (potential to increase up to a maximum of salary of £30,486 via annual appraisals).

Notice period: Six weeks

Probation period: Six months

Reports to: Arts Engagement Manager

Place of work: 178-180 Edgware Road, London, W2 2DS

The Arts Engagement Co-ordinator will work closely with the Arts Engagement Manager on the growing arts programme at the charity, supporting the team's day-to-day activities. This includes co-ordination of facilitators’ schedules and attending and monitoring workshops as well as delivering workshops to patients at the bedside, online or in groups based on the specialist artform of the successful candidate. The role will also support bigger projects, such as the artist in residence
programme, the Staff Arts Club, Charing Cross Anniversary Garden and our remote programme, Creative Links.

For more information about this role, please read:

Information pack for applicants

Job Pack - Arts Engagement Co-ordinator

To apply, please complete our Application Form and email it to arts@imperialcharity.org.uk. The closing date for applications is Friday 26 November and interviews will take place on Tuesday 7 December.
 

Philanthropy Manager


Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)

Duration: Permanent (pending successful completion of probation period of six months)

Salary: £40,087 (potential to increase up to a maximum of salary of £44,306 via annual appraisals).

Notice period: Two months 

Probation period: Six months

Reports to: Director of Development

Place of work: 178-180 Edgware Road, London, W2 2DS

The post holder will be responsible for delivering philanthropic income, including: producing donor materials (in conjunction with the communications team); creating prospect lists and acquisition plans for major gifts from philanthropists, corporates, trusts and foundations; applying for grants; stewarding major donors. The post holder will also be responsible for achieving their own income targets and objectives, and providing ongoing evaluation reports against agreed milestones and KPIs, as well as ensuring compliance with fundraising best practice at all times in accordance with the Fundraising Regulator.

For more information about this role, please download the Philanthropy Manager job pack.

To apply, please complete our Application Form and email it to hayley.pannick@imperialcharity.org.uk. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and interviews arranged as appropriate.
 

Looking for a volunteer role?

We are always looking for passionate individuals who share our values and want to make a difference to patients. Volunteering with the charity and the hospitals we support represents a fantastic opportunity for anyone wishing to gain a broad range of experience about the healthcare environment. Volunteers play a vital role in our work. Current volunteering opportunities can be found on our volunteering page.
 

Safeguarding

At Imperial Health Charity, we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children and adults at risk in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with these vulnerable groups are recruited to work for us. Our roles are subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure.