This dynamic and varied role will require you to assist with campaigns and appeals, build and maintain important relationships and support your team to bring in vital revenue. You will help motivate and inspire supporters to keep giving to a good cause and feel pride in the work they are making possible.
Communication is a basic human need. Yet most of us know someone who struggles to communicate through hearing loss. It can cause substantial harm to friendships, family relationships, confidence, employability, mental health and life chances.
Action on Hearing Loss (formerly the RNID) helps people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose, enabling them to take control of their lives and removing the barriers in the way. We give people support and care, develop technology and treatments, and campaign for equality.
The Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Manager is an exciting and vital new role at Action on Hearing Loss, in which you will help shape the future direction of the organisation and build on our reputation as a highly progressive employer.
The role of content designer will suit you if you are a content specialist who takes a user-centred approach to writing and producing content.
You’ll be joining a team of UX specialists who lead on the design and development of our products, services and user experiences. Working with our UX content lead, you’ll use evidence, data and research to create content that both meets our audiences’ needs and grows our impact.
At Action on Hearing Loss, we have ambitious plans to transform the user experience for our customers and are now looking for a UX Researcher/ Service Designer to join the team and help us to understand better the needs of our users. The role is for six months, with a possible extension up to 12 months.
Live Well with Hearing Loss is a three year project funded by the Welsh Government under the Sustainable Social Services Grant. The project has three strands in which recruiting, training and supporting volunteers is an essential element.
Through the Volunteer Led Befriending Service we will offer support to people with D/deafness and hearing loss who are dealing with feelings of isolation, loneliness and empower them to improve their wellbeing and access services within their local community. This will be delivered in two ways:
Our outreach service provides specialist support for deaf and deafblind people living in their own homes in Bath and the surrounding areas. The service specialises in supporting Deaf people with Minimal Language Skills, Learning Disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health needs and / or maintaining contact with the local community. We can offer low – medium, short term or continuing support. Our support packages are 1-19 hours per week.