Are you ready to bring your expertise, skills and experience to a highly respected, growing UK charity? Are you passionate about making a big difference to the lives of bereaved children, young people, parents and families, and the professionals who work with them across London?

This is an exciting time for a talented and highly motivated individual to lead our London Bereavement Service, managing and developing the team to provide the best possible care to families. You will also network across the London region and represent Child Bereavement UK on professional groups, as well as managing your own caseload of bereaved families. You will have interface work with the wider Bereavement Services Team and be responsible for providing information and input into the wider organisation.

Applicants should have a recognised, health, social care, or counselling qualification, experience in working with children, young people and families, excellent communication and people management skills and be passionate about helping families to rebuild their lives after bereavement.

If you are interested in knowing more, please see the attached job description and person specification or contact [email protected]

Role: Regional Team Lead - London

Hours: 37.5 per week (full time)

Rate: £36,000 plus £2,000 London weighting per annum

Reporting: Head of Clinical Services

Base: Hybrid working – with regular visits to our two London centres (Queens Park and Stratford, Newham)

Applications should be by CV accompanied with a short covering letter, detailing which post you are interested in applying for and how your experience fits the role.  

Please email to Jane Hobart [email protected]

Closing date:   26 September 2022

Interviews:       29 & 30 September 2022 (by Zoom)

The Charity is committed to creating a safe and welcoming atmosphere for everyone, and one that challenges all forms of oppression or discrimination including those based on age, gender or gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity leave, disability, race (which includes nationality, citizenship, ethnic or national origins), religion/faith or belief, sexual orientation (collectively known in law as the ‘protected characteristics’), as well as any oppression or discrimination based on other physical characteristics or impairments, occupation, income, wealth, or unrelated criminal convictions.

The candidate who is offered this role will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check.

Applications will be reviewed, and interviews offered, on an on-going basis. We reserve the right to close the role prior to the closing date, should a suitable applicant be found, so please submit your application as soon as possible.