This post will be the first point of contact for CLAPA’s regional services in the East of England. The post holder will work with Branches and individual volunteers to organise local events and activities such as family fun days, summer picnics, and Christmas parties.
They will also work closely with the NHS Cleft Team in the East of England to make sure parents and patients are involved with decisions about care, and to help improve they way they communicate. This helps to make sure CLAPA’s services complement those of the NHS Cleft Teams.
The Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA) works to improve the lives of people born with a cleft and their families in the United Kingdom.
We are a 20,000-strong community of parents, patients, cleft healthcare professionals and more, all dedicated to raising awareness and working together to overcome any barriers caused by cleft lip and palate.
Our vision is of a society where everyone affected by cleft feels supported, connected and empowered to take control wherever they are on their cleft journey.
This role requires someone who is organised, process-driven and demonstrates exceptional people skills using all forms of communication.
This role is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund.
Please note: previously interviewed candidates need not apply again.