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Family Support Worker - Jigsaw (South East)

Family Support Team Manager - Jigsaw (South East)

Director of Fundraising - Grief Encounter

Trust and Grant Writer - Grief Encounter

 

 

Family Support Worker

Jigsaw (South East)

Supporting children through the loss of a loved one

We wish to appoint a Family Support Worker to work remotely across Surrey supporting children and young people facing the death of a loved one with a serious life-threatening illness.

We are looking for a skilled and committed individual to join the existing Jigsaw (South East) Family Support Team, created in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support. The post is for a fixed term until 2019. The role involves working remotely with regular team meetings in the Leatherhead/Redhill area and travel within Surrey focussing on the Runnymede, Elmbridge and Spelthorne districts.

As a Family Support Worker, you will be a Registered Nurse/ Qualified Social Worker/play therapist or equivalent and work closely with the Senior Project Co-ordinator. You will have experience of direct work with children and their families and specific experience of working with children who have been bereaved or children who are anticipating the death of a significant family member.

The post is 14 hours a week. Salary Scale Band 5 up to point 7.

Closing date: 5pm on Monday 24 July 2017

Interviews: week commencing Monday 31 July in East Grinstead.

To apply: download the full job description and person specification here. Alternatively, contact the office on 01342 313895 or email.

 

Family Support Team Manager

Jigsaw (South East)

Supporting children through the loss of a loved one

We wish to appoint a Family Support Team Manager to work in our East Grinstead office and across Surrey supporting both Grief and Family Support teams.

Jigsaw (South East) is a registered charity supporting children and young people in Surrey who have experienced the death of a significant family member and those who have a family member with a life threatening condition.

The post holder must be passionate about the work of the charity and committed to making a difference to vulnerable children and young people. The role involves managing both projects ensuring a quality service is provided. As part of the role you will be required to ensure that all the processes relating to the delivery of the service are carried out efficiently. The successful candidate will have experience of supervising staff on direct work with children and young people and their families.

The post is for a one-year fixed-term contract for 21 hours a week based in East Grinstead. Salary £28,500pa pro rata.

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 21 July 2017

Interviews: week commencing Monday 24 July in East Grinstead.

To apply: Download the full job description and person specification here. Alternatively, contact the office on 01342 313895 or email.

 

Director of Fundraising (f/t)

Grief Encounter

The Director of Fundraising is responsible for the management and operation of the fundraising for GEP, under the direction of the GEP CEO and President. He/she will help develop and implement the strategic goals and objectives of the organisation, raise funding, develop budgets and financial plans within a quality assurance system, manage staff systems to deliver these and monitor and evaluate. This will all be in the best interests of the charity.

For more information, click here.

If you are interested, please send a Cover Letter and CV to richard@griefencounter.org.uk

 

Trust and Grant Writer (p/t)

Grief Encounter

We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organised individual with experience of raising money from trusts, corporate and statutory sources, with a good knowledge of these areas and the ability to write persuasive and successful applications. For more information, click here

If you are interested, please send a Cover Letter and CV to richard@griefencounter.org.uk