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Could you help Suffolk cancer charity as its new specialist educator and fundraiser?

PUBLISHED: 15:53 17 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:53 17 November 2016

Karen Hare of Cancer Campaign in Suffolk

Karen Hare of Cancer Campaign in Suffolk

A Suffolk charity is looking for someone to help boost its education project.

Cancer Campaign in Suffolk is recruiting for a cancer specialist educator and fundraiser to work in the county.

Karen Hare, chief executive of the charity, said the work would be varied.

“Cancer Campaign in Suffolk is a local cancer charity that has no affiliation to any national organisation,” she said. “This gives us the flexibility to meet the needs of the people with cancer in Suffolk as they need it.

“We are a small friendly team who are passionate, approachable, caring and ambitious to make a difference in our local community.

“In this role you will be working in the community meeting all the wonderful people of Suffolk aged between 4 and 96.”

She added the successful candidate would leave a legacy of knowledge behind them from the education project and the feeling of having made a difference in their local community for those who donate or fundraise for Cancer Campaign.

Ms Hare also said working for CCiS was incredibly rewarding and fun.

See here for details on applying for the job.

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