Nottingham Hospitals Charity (registered charity 1165397) exists to enhance Nottingham’s NHS, funding medical research, new equipment and improvements to the patient environment and experience at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (including Queen’s Medical Centre, City Hospital and Ropewalk House). Causes supported range from childhood illness to stroke treatment, neonatal equipment to dementia research. Money raised is invested directly in the services, facilities and healthcare that are important to patients and essential in helping to make hospital care in Nottingham the very best for patients.


Salary: £25,000 per annum (pro rata)
Hours: 16 hours per week (fixed term, one year contract)

Zephyr’s is a newly opened support centre at Nottingham City Hospital which exists to offer nurturing & loving support to all those affected by pregnancy loss or the death of a baby or child; including parents, siblings, grandparents and staff.  Zephyr’s is run by Nottingham Hospitals Charity (registered charity number 1165397) in partnership with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH).  We seek a sensitive, experienced and highly motivated Project Manager who will be responsible for leading on the development and project management of Zephyr’s, ensuring the centre is maintained, and open and accessible to families who have suffered pregnancy loss, or the death of a baby or child.  The role will require close liaison with Nottingham Hospitals Charity, NUH and external agencies, volunteers and partners.

Zephyr’s Project Manager Job Description April 2017

Zephyr’s Project Manager person specification April 2017

Nottingham Hospitals Charity Job Application Form

Deadline for applications: Sunday 30 April 2017 (11.59pm)


Salary:  £18,000 to £22,000 pa (pro rata for 3 days part time equivalent)

Hours:  Permanent (22.5hours – 3 days per week)

Deadline for applications:       Sunday 7 May 2017, (24.00hrs)

This new role of Digital Media Officer is a great opportunity for someone to be part of our team who is passionate about social media and is looking to develop their career with our expanding charity. If you have a passion for using digital communications to get your messages across then we would love to hear from you.  Reporting to our Marketing and Communications Manager you’ll have personal and professional experience of developing a range of content across diverse social media platforms that really grabs people’s attention.  You’ll also be someone who has a good knowledge of using social media analytics to direct your focus, as well as providing compelling content that drives audience engagement.

Digital Media Officer – Person Specification April 2017

Digital Media Officer – Job Description April 2017

Nottingham Hospitals Charity Job Application Form

Please send a completed Nottingham Hospitals Charity Job Application Form to Marjorie Fifoot at Nottingham Hospitals Charity by emailing or by post to:

Marjorie Fifoot
Nottingham Hospitals Charity
Sherwood Building
City Hospital
Hucknall Road