Thank you for your interest
Please see below for a list of our current vacancies.
Once we have your application, we will get in touch with further details of the role and our recruitment process in line with our current policies. Please be aware that a DBS check will be requested for all staff positions. The Hospice has positive policies about equality and diversity.
Thank you for your interest in working for East Cheshire Hospice, we look forward to hearing from you!
Hours:30 hours per week
Salary:£16,740 pro rata
Reporting to:Volunteer Services Coordinator
Here at East Cheshire Hospice in Macclesfield, we support patients and families from the High Peak and East Cheshire area. Taking time to see beyond a patient’s condition to the whole person and their family, offering help and support in a professional, caring and respectful environment. Our work is made possible by a large, dedicated team of Hospice volunteers.
The Volunteering Services Team takes great pride in supporting our volunteers who contribute their time, skills and talents to the effective running of the Hospice, making them feel valued as a part of the team. An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a role of Volunteering Administrator to help us recruit, place and support our volunteers, undertake all the associated vital administration and support our Volunteer-Led Reception.
This role will suit someone who enjoys meeting people, establishing and maintaining administrative processes and has excellent communication and organisation skills. The successful person will also have good IT skills and be able to work effectively in a busy environment.
This position may be offered to someone looking to further their career via a vocational pathway/ apprenticeship scheme. Work pattern could be 4 longer days or 5 shorter days per week.Download application formDownload full job description
Hours:Full Time 37.5 hours
Salary:Salary: £25,750 + annual phone allowance £276
Reporting to:Relationships Manager
East Cheshire Hospice is based in Macclesfield and supports patients with life limiting illnesses and their families. Our mission is “to provide the highest quality of care and support to the people we serve”
As Community Fundraiser you will be responsible for helping to develop and maintain our relationships within the community. You will proactively identify, recruit and retain new community supporters, manage key community relationships and manage a number of new and existing fundraising initiatives.
This is an income generating role and we are looking to recruit someone with a passion for fundraising, who has the drive to meet and exceed demanding financial targets. This role will suit someone who enjoys meeting people, establishing and maintaining relationships and has excellent organisation skills. The ideal candidate will have fantastic communication and interpersonal skills, will be comfortable pitching, presenting and talking to community audiences, and will be an energetic, positive team player. The successful person will also have good IT skills and be able to work effectively in a busy environment.
Due to the nature of this role, being a car owner or having the ability to travel within the Hospice catchment area is essential.Download application formDownload full job description