Location: Home-based with occasional travel
Position Type: Flexible, 28 hours per week, with occasional weekend/evenings required
About Mast Cell Action: At Mast Cell Action, we're not just a charity; we're a friendly and fun-loving community dedicated to making a difference. We prioritise the wellbeing of our team and foster an inclusive, supportive, and engaging work environment. Join us in our mission to support people affected by Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) and be part of a team that truly cares.
As our Community Engagement Coordinator, you'll play a vital role in connecting with the MCAS community, providing services and resources and ensuring their voices are heard. Your responsibilities will include:
We're looking for someone who not only meets the job requirements but also shares our passion for creating a friendly and fun work environment and wants to be part of a team striving to do incredible things. The ideal candidate will:
Salary and benefits
Join Our Friendly Team:
At Mast Cell Action, we believe that a positive and engaging workplace fosters creativity and success. Join us in making a difference in the lives of those affected by MCAS while enjoying the flexibility and support that are core to our values. If you're excited about this opportunity and share our commitment to community engagement, we invite you to apply.
Application Deadline: 4th November 2023
Please submit your resume and a cover letter, detailing how your qualifications and experience align with our mission and demonstrating your suitability for the position given the person specification above, to email@example.com.
EDI statement – Mast Cell Action embraces diversity and provide equal consideration to all applicants.
Sign up to become a Friend of Mast Cell Action so we can keep you up to date on our progress and on how to get involved in our latest campaigns and initiatives.
Mast Cell Action relies entirely on the generosity of people like you. Please make a donation now and together we can make a difference to those affected by MCAS.