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Cancer Awareness Nurse Trainer

Salary: GBP35,000 - GBP38,000 FTE p.a. + excellent benefits

Permanent, 21 hours per week

Home-based in England (location flexible)

Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 18th August

Do you have a passion for getting people talking about their health? And do you have experience of delivering training to different audiences?

We're looking for someone with a nursing background and excellent training and communication skills, to join the Health Community Engagement team as a Trainer for Cancer Research UK's well-respected and highly successful Talk Cancer training programme

Our Talk Cancer training equips a wide range of health, volunteer and community audiences across the UK with the knowledge, skills and confidence to promote cancer awareness in their community. Our results show that we are having an impact, and the training is well-received, with 99% of trainees saying that they would recommend it to others.

In this role you will also be training members of the Cancer Awareness Movement, an exciting initiative to recently join the team which helps to extend the reach of our health messages through equipping people online to share information and have conversations about health with their friends and family. On an ad-hoc basis you will also be engaging with members of the public through face-to-face conversations as part of Cancer Research UK's Cancer Awareness Roadshow.

At Cancer Research UK we are working to reduce cancer deaths and increase cancer survival. We have an ambitious goal to see 3 in 4 people surviving cancer by 2034. Through this role, you will be playing a key part in working towards our organisational strategy, helping to reach people across the UK with trusted health information, and to promote cancer prevention and earlier diagnosis in communities where the need is greatest, encouraging them to take positive action.

Further details of role & key recruitment dates

This role involves significant travel across the UK to deliver training workshops and to attend key meetings (with most meetings occurring at CRUK's Head Office in London). Frequent overnight stays may also be required

If you are successful in being taken to the next stage, we will give you a call to discuss the role further and your experience and skills. These calls are planned for Wednesday 21st August but we can offer some flexibility for those who are unavailable on this day.

After this, the successful candidates will be invited to an assessment day on Wednesday 4th September, which will give you a chance to find out more about the role and to demonstrate your training skills in an informal, friendly environment. Following this, we will conduct face-to-face interviews with the shortlisted candidates on Tuesday 17th September


Cancer Awareness Nurse Trainer

United Kingdom

Published on 6 Aug 2019