The world is changing. People are seeing charities in different ways, and the numbers of ways that you can support your favourite causes are multiplying. On top of this the number of people getting behind brain tumour support is growing, both in size and diversity of interest. Can you help us understand this evolving web of information and help to raise more funds to help support more people with a brain tumour?
Your role will be vital in helping us to inspire the right people, in the right way at the right time so that they do incredible things to help our work. You will be helping us to understand the people that are so passionate about helping people with a brain tumour, and you will help us to make sure we are treating these people like the superheroes that they are. You will be involved in everything from research and data entry and analysis, to developing creative messaging that can change the world. The insights that you develop will bring incredible, meaningful purpose to our creative work.
We will be committing our own resource to support the development of the database/'Little White Books', including allocation of a budget for:
IT and equipment (£400),
Training - 20 hours for all members of staff,
Plus the time required to effectively and
proactively support the intern.
The intern will also benefit from our brainstrust's membership of such bodies as the Patient Information Forum, Charity Commission and the Information Standard.
That the successful applicant will:
1) Work with our amazing fundraising team to organise and understand the data that we have and how we can best use it.
2) Spend time researching and understanding challenges and opportunities across the charity sector and work with the team to apply that learning to strategy and planning.
3) Develop innovative and creative ways of talking to people that want to help our work with inspiring messaging that reflects the insights gained from your analysis and research.
4) Support our fundraising team in looking after and inspiring our fundraisers over the coming 12 months.
You are applying for a 'Time to Shine' internship award, supported by the Rank Foundation. The role pays the living wage and there is a significant focus on learning and development to suit your needs and goals for your future career.
You will need to be available for interview on two separate dates, 7th December in Leeds and 13th December in Hull. The second interview in Hull will be with the Rank Foundation.
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