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We employ around 20 staff in a range of roles at our head office in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.


Helpline Care Navigator
Part time, 18.5hours
£23,000 pro rata, rising to £25,000 after successful six-month probation period.

We are recruiting for a Helpline Care Navigator to join our small, busy team to provide professional, comprehensive support to people living with PSP & CBD, their families, and carers. 

We are seeking a motivated and confident person who can deliver a high-quality professional service, to work on our Helpline. Previous experience of working in health, social care or the helpline sector is essential.  You will need to be a patient, empathetic listener with excellent verbal and written communication skills. The role will involve assessing and responding to callers needs via our telephone and email service providing practical and emotional support.

This is a part time role of 18.5 hours and will involve flexible working at both our central office in Milton Keynes and home based.

Access to a vehicle for work purposes and the willingness to travel once Government restrictions allow is essential.  Occasional weekend work may be required.

See full job description for more details.

Please apply by emailing recruitment@pspassociation.org.uk stating the role you are applying for, with a current CV and covering letter to show us how your knowledge and skills meet the requirements for the role of Helpline Care Navigator.

If you wish to ask any questions about this post before applying, please contact us on 01327 322415.

Applications will close at 5pm on Monday 12 July.

Interviews are to be held in person or by video-conference.


Fundraising Manager
Full time, 37 hours
£37,000 to £42,000 per annum (dependent on experience)

We are looking for a Fundraising Manager to work across a broad portfolio of fundraising activity and will develop the growth and diversification of our future income streams.

Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will manage a small team, providing clear and decisive leadership. You will manage personal development and performance and build a positive and inclusive team culture which delivers results.

Building strong relationships with key people, suppliers and external organisations, you will lead the implementation of the current fundraising strategy, achieving our ambitions and the fundraising targets.

Specifically, you will also provide income reporting and progress on the fundraising strategy to the senior management team and represent the fundraising team at PSPA Board of Trustees meetings.

See full job description for more details.

Please apply by emailing recruitment@pspassociation.org.uk stating the role you are applying for, with a current CV and covering letter to show us how your knowledge and skills meet the requirements for the role of Fundraising Manager.

If you wish to ask any questions about this post before applying, please contact us on 07587 130638.

Applications will close at 5pm on Friday 16 July.

Interviews are to be held in person or by video-conference.


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