Jobs & internships
The Haemophilia Society is a dynamic organisation committed to providing first-class support to, and advocating for better access to care for, people with bleeding disorders. As a small but ambitious team, the work is both challenging and rewarding and we are always on the lookout for experts in their discipline to join our team located at offices near London Bridge.
We recruit for both paid and volunteer roles. Vacancies will be listed on this page.
We are currently recruiting for a Public Inquiry Communications Manager with responsibility for all communications related to the inquiry. Reporting to the project lead the scope of the post will develop as we learn more about the inquiry remit and process, but we anticipate you will attend the inquiry daily, translating the activity at the inquiry into end-user friendly daily communications to our members, those affected by the contaminated blood tragedy and the Chief Executive and Board of Trustees.
The Role involves liaising with national and local media you will ensure the charity is represented in a positive light and seek to ensure the media keep the inquiry at the forefront of the public mind. The Society expect to provide evidence and be questioned on our activity during the 1970’s and 1980’s and you will lead communications relating to this.. To apply please see our ad here.
If you are interested in becoming a Youth Ambassador or otherwise supporting our work please head over to our Volunteering pages.