This is an excellent opportunity for a professional individual to join the Regional Management team to ensure the effective management of our Life after Stroke Services in the Yorkshire & East Midlands region in particular around the delivery of high quality services designed to meet the needs of people affected by stroke.

£24,700.34 - £31,863.45 per annum | 35 hours per week

We are looking for a dynamic, professional and passionate individual to join our South East Coast management team, ideally with a working knowledge of the health, social care and voluntary sectors.

You will be responsible for leading and managing a designated team of staff and volunteers ensuring we are delivering high quality services to stroke survivors.  As a key part of the role you will engage with a network of local stakeholders to support the development of the local stroke community.

With a proactive approach, you will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to get the best from the staff and volunteers you are supporting. You will have excellent IT skills and a strong understanding of how to use data to improve quality. A flexible approach to your role, and a car owner driver, is essential 

£19759-£25490 per annum - 28 hours a week

As one of the world’s leading stroke charities, we have a vital leadership role to play in supporting the development of other stroke support organisations. This is a new role to deliver supportive activity and to build partnerships on behalf of the Stroke Association and the World Stroke Organisation. 

£28,680 to £35,843 per annum │35 hours per week

We are looking for an Administrative Assistant to join our vibrant Stroke Training team. We provide training to professionals working with stroke survivors all over the UK, and your position will be a key role within the team – ensuring the smooth running of the administrative function to support all training, speaking to our commissioners, booking training and liaising with our trainers.

Salary: £15,094 per annum | 35 hours per week

We are looking for a highly motivated, organised and enthusiastic individual with strong interpersonal skills to oversee the development of films and media for Stroke Association’s innovative online support tool – My Stroke Guide.

£25,254 to £27,340 per annum | 35 hours

We are seeking an experienced manager who would you like to work with us in a dynamic, leading stroke charity providing support to stroke survivors and families to enhance their life after stroke.

£31,406.83 – £38,534.82 per annum

The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity. We campaign and influence to prevent strokes, improve stroke care, fund research and support stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can.

With an ambitious new strategy we have this exciting opportunity within our External Affairs and Marketing  Directorate.

You will provide leadership for the charity’s policy, influencing, prevention, external affairs activity, and will manage a team of colleagues in this area of activity.

£45,725 to £54,942 per annum │35 hours per week

The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity. We campaign and influence to prevent strokes, improve stroke care, fund research and support stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can.

With an ambitious new strategy we have this exciting opportunity within our External Affairs and Marketing Directorate.

You will develop and deliver strategies and programmes with regard to changing policy, and advancing stroke care through establishing and maintaining relationships of influence with policy developers and makers including senior level politicians, civil servants, thought leaders, influencers and other charities. A good working knowledge of Policy, and the way it is being implemented in health and Social care systems will serve as a platform to achieve demonstrable change in positive outcomes for stroke care.

You will be responsible for developing a compelling narrative around the need for stroke care and research improvement, the last year has seen some amazing breakthroughs in the treatment of stroke, which we wish to be introduced into NHS activity, and has seen more people having strokes surviving and needing more support longer term. We need to respond to these challenges based on the evidence including the lived experiences of people at risk of stroke, people affected by stroke and stroke care professionals. Success will underpin the achievement of the mission and vision of the charity and ultimately increase support for the organisation

Join us. Together we can conquer stroke.

£38,665 to £45,793 per annum │35 hours per week

The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity. We campaign and influence to prevent strokes, improve stroke care, fund research and support stroke survivors to make the best recovery they can.

With an ambitious new strategy we have this exciting opportunity within our External Affairs and Marketing Directorate.

You will work with the Head of Policy and Influencing to take a lead role on a number of programmes, you will project plan designated areas of work and contribute to team management. You will act as an influencer, spokesperson and ambassador, and take a specific lead interest in the policy issues of health and social care organisations.

You will represent the Stroke Association’s policy positions to external audiences, including in the media, at conferences, at meetings with civil servants and politicians, locally and nationally, building our credibility and influence. You will feed into and support departmental and cross-organisational activities, programmes and strategies as appropriate.

You will identify proposed legislation and policy changes that will impact on the lives of stroke survivors and the charity, and will draft and deliver evidence based reports, briefings and campaigns that underpin the mission and vision of the charity. You will ensure all evidence-gathering, policy and campaigning activities are monitored, evaluated and reported effectively.

Join us. Together we can conquer stroke.

£34,705 to £41,833 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. 

£28,679.82 to £31,863.43 per annum | 35 hours per week