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Cycling Fundraiser

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Hours: Part time, circa 21 hours per week

Salary: c£30,000 pro-rata

Location: Home based, ideally London/South East

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About Action

At Action Medical Research, we’re on a mission to save and change children’s lives through medical research, developing treatments, vaccinations and cures.

A UK-wide charity, we’ve been funding medical breakthroughs for over 65 years, helping to beat polio, fight meningitis, prevent stillbirths and develop ultrasound scanning in pregnancy. Our work is now needed more than ever, including in the battle against COVID-19.

About the role

Are you an experienced and passionate cyclist with a demonstrable interest in charity fundraising events? If so, it’s time to join the Events Team at Action Medical Research. We are seeking an ambitious self-starter to help grow the charity’s cycling income. You will be responsible for delivering a program of cycling challenge events and excellent stewardship to those who cycle for Action.

At Action, we have a well-established approach to cycling and a long-standing history with bikes. Our flagship London to Paris tour has been running for over 20 years and we are highly regarded as a cycling-based charity in the industry. It’s time now for a Cycling Fundraiser to join us and help bring the cycling strategy to life ready for the future.

For full details on this post please see the full job description. You may also be interested in finding out more about our cycling rides and other events.

How to apply

Applications should be by CV with a supporting statement showing how you meet the skills and experience in the person specification. These should be sent to by midnight on 14 November but you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and we will close the role before the closing date should a suitable applicant be found. If you have not heard from us by 3rd December then, unfortunately, you have not been shortlisted.

First interviews will be held w/c the 22 and 29 November.

Benefits include 22 days annual leave plus additional closure days between Christmas and New Year and a Group Flexible Retirement Plan.