• tillyhumphreys

Complementary Therapies Lead - My Cancer My Choices



The Role


We are a charity that gives people living with cancer the chance to have complementary therapies of their choice in a calm and caring environment.

As both demand for the service and the number of volunteer therapists who work with us grows, we are looking for someone to take on the new role of Complementary Therapies Lead

Your purpose will be to:

  • lead, develop and support the therapy team

  • develop and grow the number of one to one and group therapies delivered

  • manage the provision of complementary therapies to people with cancer and develop a future provision for carers.



Person Specification


The right person for this role has some or all these skills/experiences.

  • Recognised training in complementary therapy

  • Experience of working with a range of cancers and has an understanding of the different treatments involved

  • Excellent management and leadership skills – ideally with volunteers

  • Confidence representing the charity in public facing situations, presenting group training and at public fundraising events.

  • Efficient organisation and administration skills

  • A great people person with the ability to communicate well and engage at all levels

  • Driver with own transport

  • IT literate with MS Office skills.




How to Apply


Above all - We are looking for an amazing human being, who wants to work with us at MCMC, helping us to support, lead and grow our fabulous team of volunteer therapists.

You will be joining a supportive, friendly and open team of people with passion for the work they do. The person who joins us will be playing a key role in taking our charity forward so that we can offer even more people our complementary therapies.


Please apply today – we can’t wait to hear from you!

CV and covering letter to adminvolunteer@mycancermychoices.org




Closing Date: 19th April 2021


Location: Berkshire

Hours: 21hrs p/w

Salary: Up to £34,285 per year pro rata


www.mycancermychoices.org
























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