Jobs

Find out about the latest opportunities to 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.

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.

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

Our values

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

Events Fundraising Manager

We're an ambitious charity, building on our achievements and working to transform the lives of women with ovarian cancer. We're also investing in our future. This is an exciting time to be joining Target Ovarian Cancer as we continue to grow as an organisation. Join us to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.

We’re looking for an experienced events fundraiser, either currently working at manager level or ready for a step up, to develop and manage our bespoke events and oversee mass participation.  

The role is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, permanent position. We’re currently all working from home and will continue to offer agile working in the future as restrictions ease. 
  
Events Fundraising Manager job description [PDF]

To apply please send a CV and cover letter with the job in the subject line to Chantelle Ojo at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk. Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring form [Word] to equalities@targetovariancancer.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 13 June, 11.59pm

First interviews will be held 16–17 June, by video call.

We want to make our recruitment accessible to all, if there's a way we can support you in your application, please contact us at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk with the job in the subject line.

Our employee benefits

Events Fundraiser

We're an ambitious charity, building on our achievements and working to transform the lives of women with ovarian cancer. We're also investing in our future. This is an exciting time to be joining Target Ovarian Cancer as we continue to grow as an organisation. Join us to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.

We’re looking for an Events Fundraiser with mass participation event experience, to build on the significant growth so far and give our supporters the VIP experience they deserve. 

The role is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, permanent position. We’re currently all working from home and will continue to offer agile working in the future as restrictions ease. 

Events Fundraiser job description [PDF]

To apply please send a CV and cover letter with the job in the subject line to Chantelle Ojo at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk. Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring form [Word] to equalities@targetovariancancer.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 13 June, 11.59pm

First interviews will be held 16–17 June, by video call.

We want to make our recruitment accessible to all, if there's a way we can support you in your application, please contact us at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk with the job in the subject line.

Our employee benefits

Health Content Officer

Do you have a good eye for detail and a creative flair for delivering complex health information in a way that suits everyone? Could you support the development of our digital information and publications for everyone affected by ovarian cancer?

We're an ambitious charity, building on our achievements and working to transform the lives of women with ovarian cancer. We're also investing in our future. This is an exciting time to be joining Target Ovarian Cancer as we continue to grow as an organisation. Join us to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.

We're looking for a Health Content Officer to assist with the development of our health information for everyone affected by ovarian cancer. The information needs of the people we support are greater than ever. “Knowledge is power” and whether you’re developing information around symptoms awareness or treatment and wellbeing, you'll make a real difference to everyone affected by ovarian cancer. You'll be assisting with the development of our growing range of both printed and digital information and you'll be instrumental in providing this in a way that suits everyone. 

In return, we can offer you the opportunity to develop your skills in this exciting and dynamic role. You'll be involved in all aspects of information development across print, digital and multimedia, including research, scoping, copywriting, editing, production and promotion. You'll be a motivated and organised individual with good research, editorial and project management skills. You'll be empathetic and have excellent communication skills, as you'll be working directly with both health professionals and those affected by ovarian cancer. 

The role is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, permanent position. We’re currently all working from home and will continue to offer agile working in the future as restrictions ease.

Health Content Officer job description [PDF]

To apply please send a CV and cover letter with the job in the subject line to Kathryn Mullen at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk. Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring form [Word] to equalities@targetovariancancer.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 27 June, 11.59pm

Interviews will be conducted via video call until further notice.

We want to make our recruitment accessible to all, if there's a way we can support you in your application, please contact us at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk with the job in the subject line.

Our employee benefits

Social Media Officer

Are you a proactive and creative communicator looking for an exciting challenge in the charity sector? Have you managed the social media channels of an organisation and helped them grow? Can you deliver engaging social media content and support wider multichannel campaigns?

We're an ambitious charity, building on our achievements and working to transform the lives of women with ovarian cancer. We're also investing in our future. This is an exciting time to be joining Target Ovarian Cancer as we continue to grow as an organisation. Join us to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.

Our owned social media channels are a powerful communication tool for us, playing a crucial role in helping us reach, engage, inform and support people affected by ovarian cancer. That's why we're looking for a social media officer to deliver maximum impact through these channels.

Working with colleagues across the organisation, you’ll find creative and engaging ways of promoting our work with the aim of building our brand awareness, engaging with existing and new audiences and motivating action. Alongside this, an important part of the role will be proactively seeking opportunities for Target Ovarian Cancer to be 'on the pulse' and join wider, relevant conversations on social media.

The role is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, permanent position. We’re currently all working from home and will continue to offer agile working in the future as restrictions ease.

Social Media Officer job description [PDF]

To apply please send a CV and cover letter with the job in the subject line to Amy Olson at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk. Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring form [Word] to equalities@targetovariancancer.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 4 July, 11.59pm

Interviews will be conducted via video call until further notice.

We want to make our recruitment accessible to all, if there's a way we can support you in your application, please contact us at jobs@targetovariancancer.org.uk with the job in the subject line.

Our employee benefits