Work with us – two fantastic opportunities to join our team

Our team is growing and changing and, as a result, we have two great opportunities to join us.

We’re looking for two new colleagues to help us in our work with families, and to continue to develop our training and research programmes.   If you’re motivated by our mission, and want to be part of Scotland’s only charity dedicated to the issue of the sudden and unexpected death of babies and young children, you may be interested in one of the roles we’re recruiting to:

Bereavement Support Manager (Closing Date 21st August)

Part time: 24 hours / week

Over the last few months, we have been reviewing our support services and have created a new post of Bereavement Support Manager.  As a charity we have always been driven by our commitment to families and those affected by the sudden or unexpected death of an infant, and we want to provide the highest quality of support.  This new role will be key in developing and delivering our services, including our volunteer programmes.

We’re looking for someone who is compassionate and understands the importance of effective and responsive bereavement services.  You can find all the details of the role here.


Fundraising and Communications Officer (Closing Date 18th June)

Full time: 35 hours / week (with option to apply on a job share basis)

We’re a small charity with big ambitions, and we’re looking for a Fundraising and Communications Officer to help us grow our reach and our income, so we can deliver on those ambitions.  This is a busy and diverse role and would suit someone with bundles of energy, who is highly organised and creative. We’re ideally looking for someone with experience of fundraising and communications, but are open to applications from those looking to move into this area, who have strong transferrable skills and a track record of income generation.

This is a full-time post, but we know everyone’s circumstances are different, which is why we’re open to applications on a job share basis.  If you are interested in the fundraising element of the role, this would be considered at 21 hours / week.  If you are interested in the communications element of role, this would be considered at 14 hours / week.  You can find all the details of the role here.


We’re a small friendly team and although everyone has their own role, we work together and flex to the different needs of the charity.  Our office base is in Glasgow, but we’re flexible with the team working mostly from home.  We do have some requirements to be in the office, so the ability to travel to Glasgow is important.

If you’d like to have an informal chat about either of these roles please contact Lynsey Kidd at