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We are looking for a creative, pro-active, organised and innovative marketing projects manager to work within our busy marketing team, reporting to the head of marketing and working alongside the digital communications co-ordinator and graphic designer on the day-to-day delivery of the marketing and communications needs across the organisation.
The marketing projects manager would also be taking the lead on driving and implementing a grass roots community PR strategy, working in collaboration with our hospital and community liaison co-ordinators.
Working hours: part-time – 20-23 hours (must include a Thursday)
Salary: £37,000-40,000 full time equivalent
Job type: part-time, permanent 20 days + 8 Bank Holidays plus Jewish holidays (Yom Tovim only)
Entitlements are pro-rated for part-time employees.
Full details, and terms and conditions of employment will be issued if an offer of employment is made.
To read the full job specification, please click here
Interviews: Week beginning February 5th – mostly likely Wednesday February 7th.


We are looking for a future-focused, emotionally intelligent and compassionate chief executive, who will inspire all of those who work and volunteer with us, as well as everyone who uses our services.

Over the past 18 years, Camp Simcha has flourished under the leadership of Neville Goldschneider. Neville moved us from our founders’ kitchen table to a modern and deeply respected charity and we owe him an enormous gratitude for all that he is achieved.

This is therefore a pivotal time in Camp Simcha’s evolution, as we look to continue to grow and deepen our impact across the whole of the UK’s Jewish community. There are still so many families who could benefit from our work, and this is an exciting opportunity for a new chief executive to sensitively embrace.

You can find the full candidate’s pack here.

Volunteering opportunities

We have a number of ad hoc or longer term volunteering opportunities. Please be in touch to find out more.


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