Baby Loss Retreat
Baby Loss Retreat

Charity registered in Scotland SC048126

Baby Loss Retreat aims to relieve the emotional and psychological suffering of families and individuals who suffered early birth bereavement.

Current vacancies

Part time Activities Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £25,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 27th May 2022

Baby Loss Retreat are delighted to have been funded by National Lottery Community Fund, Improving Lives to bring on a Part time Activities Coordinator.

Being an Activities Coordinator is so much more than just organising programmes. It's providing care and support to our parents who are going through a tough time. It's what delivering great aftercare should feel like.

You will join the team at Baby Loss Retreat providing and handling bookings, follow up on feedback from service users, monitor the personal development of service users and would also be a direct contact for service users, counsellors, and trauma therapy staff. Given the continued demand for our services, this person would be essential for services and activities to be delivered effectively.

As an Activities Coordinator, you will create an activity-based culture, which will see you use technical and creative skills to assist in developing and coordinating programmes.

You will be responsible for creating 1-1 rapports with service users to help evolve and shape the support to increase engagement.

Working alongside the CEO of Baby Loss Retreat, you will develop links with community-based resources to support service users.

A range of training opportunities will be available.

To be successful as Activity Coordinator, you'll need:

  • Full clean UK driving license
  • Good communication and literacy skills
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships
  • Experience delivering groups and activities
  • Experience in devising, planning and facilitating groups and community-based activities is desirable
  • Experience in a Baby Loss, Counselling or Mental Health setting
  • Careful and conscientious with an aptitude for attention to detail
  • Ability to deal with confidential information

What you will get:

  • Annual salary of £15,100
  • Holiday entitlement is based on a 3 day week, inclusive of Bank/Public holidays
  • Career development and training
  • Pension contribution