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

£11,043 to £13,403 per annum │18 hours per week

Stroke Association provides direct services to 35,000 new people each year through our NHS and Local Authority contracts. As Evaluation Manager, you will lead the further development and implementation of our evaluation strategy as we put evidence at the heart of our services.

£37,887 to £44,858 per annum (including Inner-London weighting)│ 35 hours per week│£34,588 to £41,559 per annum at other locations

We are looking for enthusiastic, professional individual to provide effective administrative support to the Community and Events Fundraising Team in the London region.

£18,061 to £22,651 per annum | 35 hours per week

As part of the Wiltshire Life After Stroke Community Support Service you will be responsible for providing support to those affected by stroke.

£11,043 to £12,092 per annum│18 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.

£17,178 to £20,850 per annum| 28 hours per week

A part-time Clerical Assistant is required to provide administrative support to the Life After Stroke Support Service based in the ICC Building, Oldham.

£8,397 to £10,947 per annum | 25 hours per week

Would you like to work with us in a dynamic, leading stroke charity to support stroke survivors and families in the community with their life after stroke?

£21,472 to £26,062 per annum │35 hours per week

We are looking for an Administrative Assistant to join our vibrant Stroke Training team.

£14,762 to £19,352 per annum │ 35 hours per week

We’re looking for a self-motivated and creative person to provide a support service for people with communication difficulties following a stroke.

£17,178 to £20,850 per annum | 28 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.

£17,178 to £20,850 per annum | 28 hours per week