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NHS Charities Together

Chair of Trustees

Hours: While the exact time commitment may vary based on the charity’s needs and priorities, we anticipate it will amount to two to three days per month.

Salary: This role is not accompanied by any financial remuneration, although reasonable expenses may be claimed.

Location: Board meetings are split between face-to-face (May and Sept) and virtual meetings (Nov and Feb). Typically face-to-face meetings are held in London.

We are seeking a dynamic, collegiate and dedicated individual to serve as the Chair of Trustees of NHS Charities Together. As the Chair of the Board, you will play a pivotal role in guiding our strategic direction, supporting the Board, and helping drive the organisation forward across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

The ideal candidate will share our values, provide support and challenge to the Chief Executive, and foster a collaborative, innovative, and inclusive culture.

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Programme Lead x2 roles (Workforce or Living Well Programme)

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £50,000 – £60,000 per annum

Location: Hybrid/Flexible

We are seeking talented and experienced senior managers to lead the organisation’s Workforce and Living Well Programmes. 

As a key member of the Strategy and Impact Directorate, you will establish and lead one of our strategic programmes and focus on building key relationships, developing a portfolio of projects and helping us achieve our strategic ambitions.

You will be able to draw on the organisational resources, bringing them together around the problem with a clear and unrelenting focus on impact.  Whilst it is important that you bring an effective and efficient approach, it is also critical that you bring creativity and vision to enable the programmes to realise their full potential.

As an experienced senior manager, you will lead either:

  • the organisation’s Workforce Wellbeing Programme, bringing together a range of projects and activities that respond to the challenges and emotional distress faced by the NHS workforce on a daily basis,
  • or, the Living Well Programme, bringing together a range of projects and activities that respond to the challenges presented by inequality and help to unlock the power of people and communities to create health, maintain good health and to manage as effectively as possible whilst living with one or more chronic conditions which in turn seeks to reduce or avoid demand on NHS services.

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Closing date: Monday 22 April

The Maudsley Charity

Grants Programme Officer

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £34,000

Location: Ortus, Denmark Hill, London, 50% (and home working)

Maudsley Charity funds and promotes ideas, collaborations and teams that give people most affected by mental ill-health the best chance to recover and fulfil their potential.

Two exciting grants programme officer roles have arisen at the Maudsley Charity in the Programmes team. This team is responsible for designing and delivering grant funding programmes, and managing relationships with grant holders to make an impact in the field of mental health. They are now seeking two Grants Programme Officers to manage grant application processes and a grant portfolio, with guidance from a Programme Manager.

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Closing date: Wednesday 17 April

Royal Free Charity


Hours: Part Time

Salary: £22,800 per annum, pro-rata (subject to skills and experience)

Location: Rec Club, Fleet Road, London NW3 2QG (by the Royal Free Hospital)

The Royal Free Charity is seeking an ambitious and skilled receptionist to join their Recreation leisure club team. Providing excellent service to their customers and creating a positive working environment for colleagues.

The role will require managing the front desk and will include greeting visitors, answering the phones, handling financial transactions, members’ accounts, day-to-day bookings, prospective members’ inquiries and providing general administration support to provide a smooth running of the reception area. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who enjoys interacting with people and has strong organisational skills.

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Closing date: Wednesday 24 April