In light of current circumstances all HIP events are currently postponed. We will keep you updated and are really looking forward to seeing you when we can resume our activities. We have put some useful links for support at this time on the News (blog) page.
We will continue to keep in touch with all members at this time. We are also holding virtual coffee mornings and virtual social events (see Events page).
Look after yourselves and one another at this challenging time.
Friends of HIP
If anyone would like to support the Charity we have set up a donation campaign: https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/12725
We are in need of support to keep the Charity open at this challenging time, and to sustain it's future, to ensure we can continue to support our members.
"People keep talking about when things get back to "normal". This is life for us. We are used to being restricted in what we can do and loneliness and isolation is a big part of our lives and will continue to be so long after the coronavirus crisis has passed." HIP Member.
Help us to continue to support our HIP members now, in the future and for as long as they need us.
Thank you and keep safe
The HIP Team
HIP in Cheshire is Recruiting!
MANAGER/FUNDRAISING OFFICER FOR HEAD INJURED PEOPLE IN CHESHIRE (HIP)
22.5 HOURS A WEEK, SALARY £25,000 — £27,000 PRO RATA (Actual Salary £15,000 — £16,200 per annum)
We are seeking a Manager / Fundraiser to lead our small local charity. The successful applicant will be responsible for; the day to day management of all aspects of the charity, organising and attending events for members, building successful relationships with key sponsors and supporters, plus ensuring the charity's longer term sustainability through fundraising initiatives.
Candidates must; possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be able to work independently and flexibly, manage a significant workload and limited budget set against targets and deadlines, be creative with social media and have a strong team ethic. You need an ability to forge excellent relationships with members, volunteers, prospective donors and stakeholders.
You will play an important part in improving the wellbeing of our members who have an acquired brain injury (and/or their carers/family) and will have frequent and direct contact with our members at coffee mornings, social activities and trips. You will have a significant degree of autonomy on how you plan and organise your working time, will be supported by a board of trustees, will be closely involved in developing the charity into the future.
This position will require travel within the geographical area of Cheshire and include some evening and weekend working where necessary. A full clean driving license and access to a car is essential. The post is currently based at the HIP office in Ellesmere Port, however there are opportunities for remote working.
For all enquires and a full job description please contact Edie Jardine, Operational Manager on 07737751885 or email@example.com. We are happy to talk to you informally before applying.
CV's, with covering letter, should be submitted to Edie Jardine, Operational Manager, HIP in Cheshire, Stanlaw Abbey Business Centre, Dover Drive, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 9BF or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on HIP in Cheshire please visit our website www.hipincheshire.org.uk
Closing date: Friday 18th December 2020 at 5 p.m.