Join our Research & Strategy Cancer Insights Panel

Our Cancer Insights Panel (Research & Strategy) influences the work that we do at Cancer Research UK.  As part of this panel, you will join a group of 15 people affected by cancer that helps us identify what our research priorities and strategy should be.  You’ll make sure that we’re listening to people affected by cancer as decisions are made.

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About this opportunity:

We want to work closely with you to ensure the work we do represents and reflects the needs of all people affected by cancer. We want to continually bring in new perspectives, so we’re looking for new members to join our Cancer Insights Panel (Research & Strategy).

Closing date: Sunday 14 April. Please note that the closing date is given as a guide, you are advised to submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Location: Meetings will take place in London on weekdays. The venue is accessible.

Payment and Expenses: Travel and reasonable accommodation expenses paid. £80 payment offered for each meeting.

Time commitment: 2 years, with day-long meetings held on weekdays in London every other month along with additional email consultations.

How do I get involved?

Take a look at the Cancer Insights Panel (Research & Strategy) role profile and then email us for an application pack. Contact us on involvement@cancer.org.uk or call Anne-Sophie on 0203-469-6042 if you would like to have a chat.

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Interested in Policy and Communications?

We are also recruiting for our Cancer Insights Panel (Policy & Communications) with a focus on our fundraising campaigns, online information and our work to influence Government and the NHS.  If you think this is something you are more suited to, take a look at this opportunity.

Request an application pack for this role to use your experience of cancer to influence the work of our teams across Cancer Research UK.
 
 

Panel member's story

“It has truly been a pleasant experience working with such professional and personable people. Being involved with projects that affect my own health care, helping to make important decisions and watching them unfold has been immensely educational and rewarding.” - Alfred, current member

 

Meet Alfred