Supporting families of complexly poorly children and families of child loss

Supporting families of complexly poorly children and families of child loss

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Please see below for our current vacancies:

Job Title: Family Wellbeing Champion

Reporting to:  

Working hours: 37.5 hours per week 

Salary: £22,500 per annum

Location: Glossop 


We are looking for an experienced bereavement support worker, know internally as Family Wellbeing Champion to join our expanding family team and enhance the bereavement support services we currently offer.  

We are ideally looking for someone who can work full time and be flexible with weekend working (Saturdays only) but this is negotiable and we may consider part time for the right person.  

The successful candidate will deliver exceptional bereavement support to families bereaved of a child.  Including the delivery of emotional, social and practical support tailored to each individual’s needs whilst maintain a warm-hearted approach.  Also, arrange and deliver appropriate breaks to allow families to relax, recharge, remember and rebuild, all within a framework which puts safeguarding at the heart of service delivery.  Work with the team to design, develop and deliver a wide range of safe, innovative, inspiring, recreational, fun and therapeutic activities for families supported by Reuben’s Retreat.  This will potentially include the delivery of emotional, social and practical support to families and their complexly poorly children including siblings.  Work in partnership with the wider team to monitor, evaluate and continuously improve all support services and all events offered by the charity whilst ensuring that funders agreed outcomes are met.  

If you would like to make a difference, work within a very special setting, be part of a fabulous team and support people navigating tough times click on the link below to apply: 

Bereavement Support Worker | Reuben’s Retreat | | 

Closing date – 8th July 2022