Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK’s leading ovarian cancer charity. We work with women, family members, friends, health professionals and leading experts to ensure we target the areas that matter most for those living with ovarian cancer. Join our team and work with us to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research and provide much-needed support to women with ovarian cancer.

Everyone who works at or with Target Ovarian Cancer is extremely passionate about the work we do and the impact we have. The staff team is supported by a number of external experts and advisors, including our Scientific Advisory Board, GP Advisory Board and Clinical Advisory Panel.

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We're proud of everything we have achieved, including the awards we've received. You can read about our progress in our most recent annual report [PDF].

Our current vacancies

Clinical Change Manager 

Just one in three women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer before the disease has spread. For those women diagnosed, one fifth are too ill to receive any treatment. Target Ovarian Cancer is determined to see more women surviving ovarian cancer – we have to do more to ensure the disease is diagnosed early and the successful candidate for this role will play a direct part in achieving that.

Target Ovarian Cancer has received significant funding from the Peter Sowerby Foundation to identify differences in local diagnostic pathways and design interventions to address these. With a background of working within health and health systems, the successful candidate will work directly with GPs and Clinical Commissioning Groups to identify opportunities for improving local diagnostic pathways and implement these. This is a new role and we're looking for someone who's ambitious about delivering improved outcomes for women with ovarian cancer, with the ideas, experience and vision to develop and launch this programme of activity.

Clinical Change Manager job description [PDF]

To apply please send a CV and cover letter with the job in the subject line to Dr Sharon Tate at Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring form [Word] to

We’ll be reviewing applications and inviting shortlisted candidates to interview on a rolling basis. Applicants are advised to apply before the closing date of Sunday 6 September at 11.59pm.

In light of the current coronavirus situation, interviews will be conducted via video call until further notice. 

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