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Join our team and help the nation enjoy better bone health.

Benefits include a competitive pension and holiday entitlement, life assurance, training and development investment, shopping discounts, cycle to work scheme and an Employee Assistance Programme.

We’re a dedicated, inspiring and forward-thinking healthcare charity and our mission is to improve the bone health of the nation and prevent osteoporosis by influencing healthcare providers and professionals; supporting services to help our beneficiaries; and drive research. We’re proud to have a committed, highly engaged workforce, as shown by our employee engagement rating, which puts us in the top 20% of charities and we want to attract the brightest and the best to help us beat this condition and change society for the better.

Corporate Partnerships Manager

Full Time (37.5 hours Monday to Friday)  |  Permanent | £39,083 per annum plus benefits | Location: Fully Remote or Hybrid.

Join our award-winning team and help the nation enjoy better bone health. We’re a dedicated, inspiring and forward-thinking healthcare charity and our mission is to improve the bone health of the nation and prevent osteoporosis via high impact direct support services, influencing improvements in healthcare, and driving research and prevention initiatives that will end the fear and pain caused by broken bones 

Corporate Partnerships provide us with key funding and vital reach to a range of audiences, people and places, enabling us to engage them with their bone health. The role of Corporate Partnerships Manager represents an exciting opportunity to help us target and grow the support and guidance that people living with osteoporosis urgently need. 

Reporting to the Head of Partnerships and Philanthropy and based within the Income and Engagement Directorate, you will shape and implement the ROS’s Corporate Partnership strategy, maximising income and mutual value from new partners, and stewarding existing corporate partners towards greater engagement with and investment in ROS.  

The main purpose of the role will be to target and build ambitious new mutually beneficial relationships with businesses. Additionally, the role will manage a small portfolio of existing corporate partners, driving growth in income and engagement with them.  

  • Do you have demonstrable experience of working in external fundraising and/or corporate partnerships environment with a strong understanding of effective corporate fundraising techniques? 
  • Do you have a proven track record in securing corporate partnerships? 
  • Are you a strong communicator and negotiator able to operate and empathise with stakeholders and project teams to positively influence and gain commitment to objectives.  

If you’re looking to join a fantastic organisation and team where you can really make a difference, we’d love to hear from you.   

We’re proud to have a committed, highly engaged workforce, as shown by our employee engagement rating, which puts us in the top 20% of charities and we want to attract the brightest and the best to help us beat this condition and change society for the better. 

Location 

In this role, you would benefit from the flexibility of working either on a hybrid basis (with the expectation to attend our central Bath office, at least 20% of your time each month), or working in a fully remote way. 

How to apply 

To apply, applicants should provide a comprehensive CV, including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification. 

We particularly welcome qualified applicants from ethnic minorities as they are under-represented in the team. 

Want to know more?  

The closing date is Tuesday 28 May 2024 (9am). First round interviews expected to be w/c 3 June 2024.

To learn more about the role, view the job description and apply, click here:

Community Project Coordinator – Better Bones Luton

Part Time (22.5 hours per week)  | Fixed Term 2 Years | Up to £20,229 per annum (£33,715 FTE) plus benefits | Location: Based within the Luton and district area.

Join our award-winning team and help the nation enjoy better bone health. We’re a dedicated, inspiring and forward-thinking healthcare charity and our mission is to improve the bone health of the nation and prevent osteoporosis by influencing healthcare providers and professionals; delivering services to help our beneficiaries; and drive research.

Better Bones for Luton

Over the course of 2 years, the role-holder will support the programme in its aim to develop a sustainable presence in Luton. Better Bones for Luton will change lives locally by providing timely practical and emotional support. More importantly, it will leave a lasting legacy of increased knowledge, coordinated support and greater awareness. Better Bones for Luton will be the charity’s first local, place-based project approach. 

The project aims to create a replicable and sustainable model to reduce pain and suffering across a locality. It will be a powerful vanguard – a model that can be replicated in other cities and towns across the UK. This role is an exciting opportunity to work within our Volunteering & Public Engagement Team coordinating the successful delivery of the place-based project – Better Bones for Luton. This role combines the opportunity to lead community engagement activities in Luton and create sustainable volunteer-led activities across the programme.

 

  • Do you have experience of coordinating volunteers and a sound understanding of the issues that affect them?
  • Are you a confident communicator, with experience of presenting to a wide range of audiences and organising community events?
  • Do you have experience coordinating a place-based programme and/or community activities and engagement?

f you’re looking to join a fantastic organisation and team where you can really make a difference, we’d love to hear from you.   

We’re proud to have a committed, highly engaged workforce, as shown by our employee engagement rating, which puts us in the top 20% of charities and we want to attract the brightest and the best to help us beat this condition and change society for the better.

Location – Home Working, but post-holder must be based within the Luton and district area.

How to apply

To apply, applicants should provide a comprehensive CV, including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification.

We particularly welcome qualified applicants from ethnic minorities as they are under-represented in the team.

The closing date is 6 June 2024 (9am). First round interviews expected to be Weds 19 June 2024 (via MS Teams).

To learn more about the role, view the job description and apply, click here:

Clinical Partnerships Lead

Part Time (22.5 hours per week)  | Fixed Term 18 Months | Salary £23,449 per annum (£39,082 FTE) plus benefits | Location: Hybrid or Remote

Join our award-winning team and help the nation enjoy better bone health. We’re a dedicated, inspiring and forward-thinking healthcare charity and our mission is to improve the bone health of the nation and prevent osteoporosis by influencing healthcare providers and professionals; supporting services to help our beneficiaries; and drive research.

We are embarking on an exciting new project to support and empower people to start and stay on their osteoporosis medication and live well with their condition. This supports our strategic goal of closing the care gap and to prevent broken bones.  The Royal Osteoporosis Society has received funding to deliver a digital programme to support patients with high quality information and services to feel more confident in their decisions about their bone strengthening medicines.

We are looking for an experienced partnership lead to join our team and play a key role in embedding both this programme and the wider ROS service offering, within the NHS and key healthcare partnerships to ensure this support is accessible to as wide a range of people as possible.

The Role

As the Clinical Partnerships Lead, you will be responsible for building on existing relationships with Fracture Liaison Services and developing newer relationships and leading pilot activity within primary care settings, to firmly establish referral pathways to the programme from within the NHS clinical pathways.

 

This role sits within the Services and Influencing directorate and supported by the Head of Clinical Engagement as  part of a project team which includes a Programme Manager, a content designer and an external service design agency who will be building the programme itself.

  • Do you have experience of working with the NHS and healthcare professionals – and a thorough understanding of NHS systems, pathways and processes?
  • Do you have proven experience of strong partnership development, ideally within NHS or statutory structures?
  • Proven project management experience: planning, delivery and monitoring of work, including the drafting of reports? And a strong quality or service improvement ethic?

If you’re looking to join a fantastic organisation and team where you can really make a difference, we’d love to hear from you. 

Location - In this role, you would benefit from the flexibility of working either on a hybrid basis (with the expectation to attend our central Bath office, at least 20% of your time each month), or working in a fully remote way.

How to apply

To apply, applicants should provide a comprehensive CV, including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification.

We particularly welcome qualified applicants from ethnic minorities as they are under-represented in the team.

The closing date is Tues 18 June 2024 (9am). First round interviews expected to be Weds 26 June.

The expected start date for this role is October 2024.

To learn more about the role, view the job description and apply, click here:

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