Sunrise Partnership SCIO
Sunrise Partnership SCIO

Charity registered in Scotland SC044859

Sunrise Partnership is a small, local charity working in Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire. Our vision is for all children and young people to have the support they need, at the time they need it, to allow them to achieve their true potential despite a significant loss or bereavement. We support for children and young people up to age 18 who have experienced bereavement or significant loss. Support is free, bespoke, and confidential. Support continues for as long as it is required, and we travel to meet the child or young person in a setting they feel comfortable in. We aim to start support sessions as soon as possible, but occasionally may have a short waiting list depending on demand for our service. We offer a blended approach - young people can choose to meet face to face indoors, on a walk and talk, online, or connect by phone or text. We also provide group work including Seasons for Growth, Family Loss Days and peer support groups. All our support staff are qualified and experienced in loss work and have PVG membership.

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P/T Area Manager – North and Central Aberdeenshire

  • Part time
  • Circa £30,000 pro-rata
  • North and Central Aberdeenshire
  • Closing 16th June 2023

Are you looking for a varied, interesting and rewarding role?

If you are, you may have found it!

Sunrise Partnership offers a free, confidential service in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire for children and young people up to age 18 who have been affected by loss and bereavement.

We are looking for an area manager to continue to develop and deliver Sunrise Partnership’s presence across North and Central Aberdeenshire, along with the other part time Area Manager. You will require a relevant professional qualification (eg social work, teaching, nursing, psychology) along with the appropriate skills and experience to work directly with bereaved children and young people. This will include one-to-one and group sessions. Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills are essential, as are a dynamic and self-motivated outlook.

This is a part time role (17.5 hours per week).