Solving Kids' Cancer is a small but mighty charity with children firmly at its heart. We are fighting for a future where no child dies of childhood cancer neuroblastoma or suffers due to the treatment they receive.
Neuroblastoma is a rare and complex childhood cancer, around 90% of neuroblastoma cases occur in children younger than 5 years of age. It is the most common cancer in infants. The work of Solving Kids’ Cancer is parent informed and we develop our services in response to the needs of the community we work with.
Our Family Support Service provides emotional and practical support, impartial information on the latest treatments available and supports families to access their choice of treatment options for their child. Our organisation is passionate about speeding up pioneering clinical research that will save lives and improve outcomes for children.
As a parent-led charity we are uniquely placed to use our influence and reputation alongside our accredited research funding framework to make a difference for children now and in the future.
We will not stop until children with neuroblastoma, in the UK and beyond, have access to the treatment they need and we need the very best people to help deliver our vision.
We currently have the following opportunities to join our team.
Solving Kids’ Cancer is looking for a Research & Digital Communications Officer to create compelling, evidence-based research communications which showcase the best-in-class neuroblastoma research we fund.
A fantastic opportunity to join a small but mighty childhood cancer charity - Solving Kids’ Cancer is looking for a skilled and experienced Executive Assistant to provide administrative support to the CEO, Board of Trustees and members of the Leadership Team.