Jobs @ SEK

Please see below current job vacancies in SEK.

Please apply with your CV and a completed Equality and Diversity form,  that can be downloaded from the button on the right, to Jobs@sekgroup.org.uk or by post to Jobs at SEK, 2b The Links, Herne Bay, Kent. CT6 7GQ.

SEK is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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Our Current Vacancies

Role: Macmillan Partnership – Volunteer Coordinator
Hours: 9.30am – 2.30pm, Monday to Friday (22.5hours per week)
Location: Margate
Salary: £19,000 pro rata = £11,400

This role is part of an innovative new project in Thanet to help tackle cancer. Thanet has some of the worst cancer statistics in the UK, and we are looking at innovative and community-based solutions for making a real difference to public awareness and screening take up rates. The project is funded by Macmillan, a leading charity supporting people and families with cancer, and is supported by Kent County Council Public Health and Thanet Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). The project will be led by Social Enterprise Kent.

The project will focus on specific areas in Thanet (Margate – Central and Cliftonville West wards; Ramsgate – Newington and Eastcliff wards) and develop a network of cancer champions in the local community in these areas. The Volunteer Coordinator will support the cancer champion volunteers, and help to provide training and information materials (supported by Macmillan) to raise awareness of cancer issues and improve screening rates.

The Volunteer Coordinator will also be responsible for helping to organise local events and developing links with key local groups, such as Newington Big Local, building on the successful community work already being done in these areas. The Coordinator will work closely with local health and voluntary sector organisations. The Coordinator will provide regular updates to the Thanet Cancer Strategy Steering Group, and help with the programme evaluation which may then be used to expand the programme into other areas at a later stage.

The project is expected to last for a minimum of 2 years.