Support and Training Officer (Maternity Cover)
Location: Remote Working
Hours: 21 hours per week (3 days- Fridays essential)
Salary: £25,500 pro rata per annum
Planned start date: 13.03.2023
The Support and Training Officer is a crucial and key role in the Support and Information team. We are a small and friendly team of 8, directly supporting families and the professionals who work with them. This is a great role for someone with a proven ability to deliver training to professionals and support new and expectant families.
We can offer the successful candidate training and the opportunity to be involved in diverse projects which a small charity like us can offer.
It is a really exciting time to be joining the charity as we work in line with our new strategy launched in late 2022, towards our vision in which we want to see no infant die suddenly and unexpectedly.
The main functions of this role are:
- To promote and deliver Safer Sleep Training and Bereavement Training to professionals in line with the Organisational’ s Training Strategy
- Proactively engage families with safer sleep advice and respond to safer sleep enquiries; ensuring anyone seeking advice and is given a high-quality service in a timely way.
- To work with professionals in promoting safer sleep and good practice after the sudden and unexpected death of a baby.
How to apply
As a proud member of EDAC, we welcome applications from a diverse range of backgrounds
Apply for this opportunity using the web link below
Application deadline: 24.02.2023
Web link: https://www.lullabytrust.org.uk/about-us/work-for-us/
Email address: email@example.com
Phone number: 02078023200
More about Lullaby Trust
The Lullaby Trust provides expert advice on safer sleep for babies, supports bereaved families and raises awareness on sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Working with the NHS we run a national health-visitor led service for bereaved parents, Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme, which supports families before and after the birth of their new baby. We are committed to supporting research to understand why babies die suddenly and unexpectedly and to find out more about how to prevent these tragic deaths. The Lullaby Trust also runs an information line for parents and professionals and a dedicated line for bereaved families.