Location: Dublin 4 (option to work from home 1 -3 days per week)
Following Vicky Phelan’s court case, the significant revelations related to the CervicalCheck screening programme and subsequent ongoing official enquiries and investigations, Stephan Teap and Vicky Phelan (representing a group of the women affected by the controversy) approached the Marie Keating Foundation, the Irish Cancer Society and the Irish Patient Association to establish a structured patient group to support these women and their families.
The primary objective of the 221+ Patient Support Group (PSG) is to meet the needs of those patients directly affected by the CervicalCheck controversy and their next of kin by providing information, advice and support in a structured and confidential manner. The Group acts as a voice for all those affected by the current crisis as well other women diagnosed with cervical cancer in the future and those previously diagnosed but not directly affected by screening issues.
The 221+ PSG is now looking for a passionate, diligent Co-ordinator. In this inspirational role, you will provide day-to-day administration, information and support. You will also implement an ambitious plan to coordinate activities and collate, update and distribute relevant information to various parties.
If you are practical and empathetic with the emotional intelligence and resilience to take on this challenging new opportunity, we would love to hear from you.
The recruitment campaign for the role of 221+ Patient Support Group Coordinator is being managed exclusively by not-for-profit specialist recruitment consultancy Charity Careers Ireland.
If you would like to find out more about this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the full job description and information pack prior to making your application.
Closing Date for Applications
5pm on Friday 28th June