Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity which campaigns to improve stroke care and supports stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can. Stroke Association undertakes world class research which develops new ways to prevent and treat strokes, in addition to working to change the way that people think about this devastating disease.

£24,700 to £27,883 per annum │ 35 hours per week

Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity which campaigns to improve stroke care and supports stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can. Stroke Association undertakes world class research which develops new ways to prevent and treat strokes, in addition to working to change the way that people think about this devastating disease.

£19,211 to £21,297 per annum │ 35 hours per week

We are looking for an organised and proactive administrator to support our Learning and Talent Development Team. You will support the Learning and Development Manager, and other members of the team as required, to support the smooth running of our department, systems and our learning events.

£15,094 to £19,787 per annum │35 hours per week

We are looking for a highly motivated, organised and enthusiastic individual to develop, implement, manage and sustain a fundraising strategy to maximize income generation in the South East Region.

£28,679 to £35,842 per annum│35 hours per week

The role of Information, Advice and Support Coordinator involves providing support and information to stroke survivors and their families both on the ward and at home.

£18,191 to £22,080 per annum | 29 hours per week

We are looking for two highly motivated individuals with drive and enthusiasm to work with people affected by stroke in the Leeds area. In line with the national Stroke Strategy and working alongside our Information, Advice and Support Service you will undertake formal reviews of stroke survivors at six months post stroke. Supporting people in understanding their condition, identifying unmet needs and signposting to appropriate agencies where required.    

£21,955 to £26,649 per annum | 35 hours per week

Responsible for creating and putting in place stroke prevention marketing strategies, this senior role will see you acting on both a national and local level. You will manage key nationwide campaigns and market stroke prevention activities and services to local authorities and NHS trusts.

£28,679 to 35,842 per annum | 35 hours per week

In this rewarding role, you will provide support to stroke survivors by giving personal budget information and advice.  You’ll empower individuals to select their own personal support packages, thereby promoting choice, independence and well-being.

£15,682 to £19,035 per annum │25 hours per week

A Clerical Assistant is required to provide administrative support to our Stroke Review service
You must have excellent secretarial and organisational ability, in addition to good computer skills and general clerical experience.  Very good communication skills are required as the role involves telephone work with stroke survivors and their families.  Experience of working with stroke survivors or within the caring profession would be an advantage.

£13,063.78 - £15,671.13 per annum │35 hours per week

The Stroke Association is proud to be Royal Mail’s Charity of the Year until September 2016 working with Royal Mail colleagues and customers across the UK to raise £2 million for Life After Stroke grants. The partnership will involve fundraising, volunteering and stroke prevention activities across Royal Mail sites. You will be working as part of a team, planning and delivering Know Your Blood Pressure events at Royal Mail sites across the UK, as directed by the partnership strategy.

£8,782 to £10,659 per annum | 14 hours per week