We’re hiring – Come join us!

Event Organiser/Administrator and Office Manager 

Salary: Competitive

Contract: Full time, permanent

Hours: 35

Location: New Oxford Street, London

An exciting opportunity to work right at the heart of a national Women’s Health charity.

This pivotal role will suit an experienced fundraising events organiser/administrator with at least 3 years’ experience of organising fundraising events to high standards.

You will need to be well organised and have good project management skills and be experienced at managing invitation and guest lists, and all associated activities required to keep track of ticket sales and guest management.  A good knowledge of venues will also be helpful but not crucial.

Good verbal and written skills are essential and the ability to manage key stakeholders is a pre-requisite.  You will also need to have good computer-based skills as there is a high level of database and spread sheet management.

You will need to maximise revenue streams from events by ticket sales and other ideas.

In addition to working on around 5 events each year and supporting some smaller regional ones too, this exciting role involves undertaking the administration needed to keep the office running smoothly.  This would include liaising with Trustees, office management, liaising with service providers and have key holder responsibility.

You will also help support the busy Chief Executive to ensure key stakeholders are kept informed and meetings are organised.

We are looking for an experienced, bright and easy-going candidate with a collaborative and collegiate approach to join a small but energetic team.

Please send your CV and cover letter to Jlindsay@wellbeingofwomen.org.uk

By Monday 8th.

Wellbeing of Women

Founded 54 years ago, Wellbeing of Women is one of the only charities finding cures and treatments across the breadth of female reproductive health, including pregnancy & childbirth, fertility, gynaecological cancers, and overlooked areas like endometriosis, PCOS and the menopause. Many of the routine tests and treatments that form everyday clinical practice can be traced back to our work, such as the use of ultrasound in pregnancy and the importance of taking folic acid for the health of the unborn baby. We also funded Professor Henry Kitchener, who linked HPV to cervical cancer which led to the HPV vaccination program in schools, making cervical cancer preventable for the first time.