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Executive Support to the Head of Income Generation

Part Time, Full Time
Job Sector:
Administration / Office Work, Charity / Not for Profit
South Wales
Salary description:
£19, 000 - £22, 000 FTE dependent on experience
Start Date:
Bobath Childrens Therapy Centre Wales
Job Ref:

Executive Support to the Head of Income Generation

Hours: Full-time although part time working may be considered for the right candidate

Salary: £19,000 - £22,000 FTE dependent on experience

Location: Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre, Whitchurch in Cardiff

Closing date: Monday 8th July at 17.00

The Executive Support to the Head of Income Generation is a new role at Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales. This role will provide high-level administrative and organisational support to the Head of Income Generation; helping them to manage their time and responsibilities, as well as taking a key role assisting in the day to day running of both the Fundraising and Retail teams.

The Fundraising and Retail teams need to raise over £1.5 million each year to help us run our charity and are crucial to our success. The Fundraising team are mainly based in our Centre in Cardiff and run events and community campaigns, work with our supporters and donors, secure income from trusts and foundations, as well as organising many other fundraising initiatives. The Retail team work to run our charity shops in Cardiff, Barry and Talbot Green, with the help of over 100 dedicated volunteers.

The Executive Support to the Head of Income Generation will work with all staff in these teams as well as across the Centre to support the Head of Income Generation deliver on our goals.

This is a new, challenging and exciting role suited to someone who is keen to develop their career within the charity and not-for profit sector. Join us and be part of a committed team helping to make a difference to the lives of children with cerebral palsy!

For more information and to apply, please click here or the Apply Now button below.

For informal enquiries about the post please call us on 02920 522600 and ask to speak to Rachel Morgan, Head of Income Generation, or email Rachel –

Company Description

Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales is a specialist therapy centre and registered charity. We provide individually tailored therapy for children who have cerebral palsy and other allied neurological conditions.

Our aim is to improve the quality of life for children so that they can participate in everyday life to the best of their ability.

At Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales we focus on the ability and not the disability.


Dr and Mrs Bobath

The Bobath concept was pioneered in the 1950s by Berta Bobath, a physiotherapist, and her husband Dr Karel Bobath, a neurologist. The Bobaths learned from experience and used their knowledge of neuroscience to understand the changes they were seeing. They adapted their concept as their understanding increased and advances in neuroscience emerged. This ensured that the Bobath Concept developed into a treatment approach, tailored to each individual patient, which, even after the Bobaths passed away in 1991 is still relevant today.

Founder Parents

In the late 1980’s Paul & Yvonne Lubas and Bob & Glenys Evans, who both have children with cerebral palsy, had been regular attendees at the Bobath Centre in London. In 1990 they saw an increasing need for a Bobath centre to be established in Wales. They approached the London centre with their ideas, after which a steering group was set up to begin work on making the idea a reality. The dream to provide more specialist therapy for every child in Wales who had cerebral palsy became a reality in 1992.

Over the past 25 years we have provided thousands of therapy sessions to the many children who have attended with their families. Ongoing training demands are met to maintain the highest level of therapy provision to the children, as well as developing good working practices, implementing procedures and developing long term strategy plans for the future of the charity.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life of children in Wales who have cerebral palsy.

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