Marketing Co-ordinator: Training Department
Terms: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week
Based: Head office, Saunderton/High Wycombe area
Salary: £21,000 per annum

Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement. Every year we train more than 10,000 professionals, helping them to better understand and meet the needs of grieving families.

In the UK, when a baby or child dies or a child is bereaved, many of those affected are unable to access good quality support which meets their individual needs. Child Bereavement UK believes all families should have the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. Our aim is to make sure they do.

Are you a dynamic marketing professional looking to make a difference?

We are seeking a proactive, team player to help grow the charity’s professional training programme. You will be proficient in database systems and digital media. You will be organised and creative, responsible for developing promotional materials to market the charity’s programme of training courses and conferences to professionals across health, education, social care, emergency services, and the voluntary sector. This is an exciting time to join Child Bereavement UK, a growing organisation which is recognised as the leading provider in child bereavement training, and an opportunity to use your skills to make a difference.

View the full Job Description HERE.


If you wish to apply please submit to a document (2 pages maximum) outlining your experience and skills relevant to the job description and person specification, with recent supporting examples. You may also include in this document any other information that you feel we should know in order to assess your application.

Please also provide a copy of your current CV covering all time periods with explanations for any gaps.

For further information please call Sue Randall on 01494 568919 or email

Closing Date: 25th March
Interviews: 1st April