We employ around 20 staff in a range of roles in the regions and at our head office in Towcester, Northants. 

 

Trainee Fundraising Officer

  • Are you looking for a role in the charity sector?
  • Are you an excellent communicator?
  • Have you got a ‘get up and go’ attitude?
  • Do you like a challenge? 

Then our new fundraising post may be for you! Here at PSPA, we’re on the search for a Trainee Fundraising Officer to join our fantastic fundraising team.

We’re not necessarily looking for someone with previous fundraising experience, just a confident and friendly person that is as passionate as we are in supporting those living with PSP and CBD.

You’ll be enthusiastic and realise the importance of the role and the responsibility it brings. You’ll be a friendly and conscientious person, with very good people skills. Innovation will come naturally to you and you’ll be able to communicate your ideas well to others.

In return for your hard work, we will offer you support and training. You will have regular meetings with your manager and lots of opportunities to take a lead on new and existing projects. You will also receive a competitive salary, excellent holiday entitlement and other benefits.

See full job description for more details. Please apply to recruitment@pspassociation.org.uk with your current CV and a cover letter to show us how your knowledge and skills match this role.

Closing date: 23 July 2018

 

 

Helpline Care Navigator’s

We are looking for two Helpline Care Navigators to join our dynamic team in providing professional and comprehensive support to people living with PSP, CBD, their families and carers.

One is a full-time post based on a 12-month contract, and the other is part-time (18.5 hours per week). 

We are seeking a motivated and confident person who can deliver a high-quality professional service, to work on our helpline. Previous experience of working in health, social care or the helpline sector is essential.  You will have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, empathy and a calm and confident approach. The role will involve assessing and responding to callers needs via our telephone and email service providing practical and emotional support. Knowledge of health and social care services and the benefits system is essential.

Please see the full job description for more details.

Please apply to recruitment@pspassociation.org.uk with your current CV and a cover letter to show us how your knowledge and skills match this role.

Closing date for applications is 31 July 2018