Developing future leaders
A graduate programme that brings together two of the UK’s leading charities to deliver a truly unique graduate development programme.
You’ll benefit from a jointly delivered development programme designed by Macmillan Cancer Support and the British Heart Foundation. Uniquely, you’ll get to work for a year in each organisation, giving you the opportunity to experience and learn from how both organisations operate.
We’re seeking outstanding, talented and ambitious recent graduates to join us for this fantastic partnership. You’ll be self-motivated, team-oriented, and hungry to learn from those around you. You’ll also have a desire to be accountable from day one.
If that’s you then please read on
You’ll work on a variety of hands-on projects and enjoy real responsibility. Every day will be a learning experience that challenges you.
You’ll gain new skills and knowledge about business trends and issues by liaising directly with experts in their fields. You’ll benefit from a wealth of networking opportunities, which will help you make valuable contacts for your future career.
What you will do
Over the two years you’ll complete two 12 month placements: one in Macmillan Cancer Support and one in The British Heart Foundation.
You will work in a variety of teams across each organisation. These could include areas such as income generation, campaigning and influencing, or business strategy and support services. The work will be varied. You’ll be assigned a range of short and long term projects, taking ownership on some, supporting on others.
Throughout your time with both organisations you’ll be fully supported with a clear development programme. All the work you do will have real applications for the organisations so you can be confident that your contribution will make a real difference.
Induction Day – Summer 2017
In the UK today: 2.5 million people are living with cancer. 7 million people are living with cardiovascular disease. Do you want to work in a world where what you do supports the people affected and helps drive ground breaking research?
Job and person specification
To view the formal job and person specification, including the behaviours we particularly value, please click below.
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