Would you like to bring your expertise, skills and experience to the third sector and contribute to a growing national charity? Are you passionate about supporting professionals across the education sector when they are managing a bereavement within their nursery, school, college, or university?

We are looking to expand our team by recruiting a talented and highly motivated individual to work within the Education Support and Development Team, reporting to the Head of Education Sector Support to provide support, information and resources for the education sector across the UK.

Child Bereavement UK offers a generous package of benefits including an employee assistance programme, 5% pension contribution and life assurance scheme.

The successful candidate will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check.    

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £26,000 per annum

Reporting to: Head of Education Sector Support

Base: Hybrid working, home based with travel to events across the UK and Child Bereavement UK head office in Loudwater, Buckinghamshire

Closing date: 19 April 2024

Interview: First interviews will be held on Zoom on 23 and 25 April. 

If you are interested in knowing, more please see the job description and person specification

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 Jane Hobart at [email protected].

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.

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.

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