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Work With Us

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

Office Administrators

We are recruiting for two office-based Administrators both with brilliant organisational skills. One to support the fundraising team in the effective and efficient delivery of its fundraising initiatives and activities.  They will need to be a strong team player who can confidently look after the core administrative functions of the fundraising team: managing the database, stewardship of our supporters, management of merchandise and fundraising materials, processing donations and maintaining financial records.

One to support our Director of Engagement and Office Manager.  Their time will be spent supporting the charity’s volunteering network and providing administrative assistance to our Office Manager.

The successful applicants will be confident communicators, who can demonstrate the ability to learn new skills quickly, working efficiently and effectively without continuous supervision. Applicants will be interviewed for the Administration roles and best fit for which team they will be supporting will be decided following interview.

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Office Administrator

Fundraising Administrator

Please apply by email to with your current CV and a covering letter to show us how your knowledge and skills match this role.

Closing date for applications is 22 November 2019 and interviews will take place on either 26 or 27 November. If you haven’t heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please take it that you have been unsuccessful at this time. 

Community Fundraiser

We are looking for a Community Fundraiser to join the fundraising team, reporting to our Head of Fundraising.

The post holder will play an essential public-facing role in supporting plans to grow the charity by raising funds primarily through community fundraising and events.  They will deliver high-quality care to new and existing charity supporters and volunteers to maximise fundraising income.

Acting as an initial point of contact for community fundraising supporters you will develop and maintain effective relationships with key local community groups, educational establishments and associations to maximise on-going support and income potential.

You will provide outstanding levels of support, stewardship, advice and motivation for events and community fundraising activities.

Whilst experience of fundraising in the voluntary sector is highly desirable, other relevant fundraising experience will be considered. It’s up to you to persuade us that you have the necessary skills. What is important is that you bring an understanding of building relationships with our fundraisers, and how to help them achieve the best possible result they can – not only for their sense of personal achievement but also for people affected by PSP & CBD.

Access to a vehicle for work purposes and the willingness to travel where the fundraisers are active is essential.  Occasional weekend work will be required, but that comes with the territory.

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Please apply by email to with your current CV and a covering letter to show us how your knowledge and skills match this role.


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