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Bereavement Support Practitioner

Child Bereavement UK - Cumbria

Child Bereavement UK provides high quality child bereavement support for families and the professionals who support them, where a child of any age has died or a child is facing bereavement. We are seeking to recruit a dedicated Bereavement Support Practitioner to join the established team in supporting children and young people who are bereaved.

Applicants should have a recognised, health, educational, social care, or counselling qualification, experience in working with children and families, excellent communication skills and be passionate about supporting bereaved families.

Hours: 30 hours per week
Salary: £24,000 (pro rata)
Base: Negotiable: to be discussed at interview

Closing Date: Thursday 1st March 2018
Interview Date: Thursday 15th March 2018

For further information and Job Description please contact Karen Smith, (karen.smith@childbereavementuk.org 01494 

Applications are invited by CV and a letter detailing how applicants training and experience meet the person specification. Applications without covering letters will not be considered.

 

Children and Families Practitioner 

SeeSaw - Oxford

£30,467- 32,569. Full-time 37 hours

This is an exciting opportunity to work in a new role supporting children, young people and families before and after the death of a parent or sibling. SeeSaw is a local well respected registered charity and won the national GSK / King’s Fund Impact Award 2016.

We are looking for candidates with experience of working with children and young people to join our small, committed and experienced team. You will have a special remit for supporting children and families before and after a bereavement. Our practitioners liaise with professionals from palliative care settings, schools, social care and children and young people’s mental health. You will work with other members of the team to provide group work and family activity days. You will also have a caseload of individual children and their families to support. You will be able to work collaboratively and on your own initiative, have a qualification in counselling, health care, psychological services, education or social work, knowledge of therapeutic interventions in grief work, and skills in communicating with and training professionals.

Application pack available at www.seesaw.org.uk
or contact the Office Manager on 01865 744768 or email info@seesaw.org.uk

Closing date Fri 2nd March 2018
Interviews Weds 21st March 2018